Minodora Totoiu

Title(s)Associate Health Sciences Professor, Pediatrics
Phone(714) 509-7601
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    1. Doran E, Keator D, Head E, Phelan MJ, Kim R, Totoiu M, Barrio JR, Small GW, Potkin SG, Lott IT. Down Syndrome, Partial Trisomy 21, and Absence of Alzheimer's Disease: The Role of APP. J Alzheimers Dis. 2017; 56(2):459-470. PMID: 27983553.
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    2. Totoiu MO, Keirstead HS. Spinal cord injury is accompanied by chronic progressive demyelination. J Comp Neurol. 2005 Jun 13; 486(4):373-83. PMID: 15846782.
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    3. Keirstead HS, Nistor G, Bernal G, Totoiu M, Cloutier F, Sharp K, Steward O. Human embryonic stem cell-derived oligodendrocyte progenitor cell transplants remyelinate and restore locomotion after spinal cord injury. J Neurosci. 2005 May 11; 25(19):4694-705. PMID: 15888645.
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    4. Nistor GI, Totoiu MO, Haque N, Carpenter MK, Keirstead HS. Human embryonic stem cells differentiate into oligodendrocytes in high purity and myelinate after spinal cord transplantation. Glia. 2005 Feb; 49(3):385-96. PMID: 15538751.
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    5. Totoiu MO, Nistor GI, Lane TE, Keirstead HS. Remyelination, axonal sparing, and locomotor recovery following transplantation of glial-committed progenitor cells into the MHV model of multiple sclerosis. Exp Neurol. 2004 Jun; 187(2):254-65. PMID: 15144852.
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