Jerry Silver
Jerry Silver
Professor of Neurosciences Case Western Reserve University
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Regeneration beyond the glial scar
J Silver, JH Miller
Nature reviews neuroscience 5 (2), 146-156, 2004
Reduction of neurite outgrowth in a model of glial scarring following CNS injury is correlated with the expression of inhibitory molecules on reactive astrocytes
RJ McKeon, RC Schreiber, JS Rudge, J Silver
Journal of Neuroscience 11 (11), 3398-3411, 1991
CNS injury, glial scars, and inflammation: Inhibitory extracellular matrices and regeneration failure
MT Fitch, J Silver
Experimental neurology 209 (2), 294-301, 2008
Regeneration of adult axons in white matter tracts of the central nervous system
SJA Davies, MT Fitch, SP Memberg, AK Hall, G Raisman, J Silver
Nature 390 (6661), 680-683, 1997
Sulfated proteoglycans in astroglial barriers inhibit neurite outgrowth in vitro
DM Snow, V Lemmon, DA Carrino, AI Caplan, J Silver
Experimental neurology 109 (1), 111-130, 1990
Cellular and molecular mechanisms of glial scarring and progressive cavitation: in vivo and in vitroanalysis of inflammation-induced secondary injury after CNS trauma
MT Fitch, C Doller, CK Combs, GE Landreth, J Silver
Journal of neuroscience 19 (19), 8182-8198, 1999
Robust regeneration of adult sensory axons in degenerating white matter of the adult rat spinal cord
SJA Davies, DR Goucher, C Doller, J Silver
Journal of Neuroscience 19 (14), 5810-5822, 1999
PTPσ is a receptor for chondroitin sulfate proteoglycan, an inhibitor of neural regeneration
Y Shen, AP Tenney, SA Busch, KP Horn, FX Cuascut, K Liu, Z He, J Silver, ...
Science 326 (5952), 592-596, 2009
Functional regeneration beyond the glial scar
JM Cregg, MA DePaul, AR Filous, BT Lang, A Tran, J Silver
Experimental neurology 253, 197-207, 2014
The biology of regeneration failure and success after spinal cord injury
AP Tran, PM Warren, J Silver
Physiological reviews 98 (2), 881-917, 2018
Axonal guidance during development of the great cerebral commissures: descriptive and experimental studies, in vivo, on the role of preformed glial pathways
J Silver, SE Lorenz, D Wahlsten, J Coughlin
Journal of Comparative Neurology 210 (1), 10-29, 1982
Injury-induced proteoglycans inhibit the potential for laminin-mediated axon growth on astrocytic scars
RJ McKeon, A Höke, J Silver
Experimental neurology 136 (1), 32-43, 1995
The role of extracellular matrix in CNS regeneration
SA Busch, J Silver
Current opinion in neurobiology 17 (1), 120-127, 2007
Pet-1 ETS gene plays a critical role in 5-HT neuron development and is required for normal anxiety-like and aggressive behavior
TJ Hendricks, DV Fyodorov, LJ Wegman, NB Lelutiu, EA Pehek, ...
Neuron 37 (2), 233-247, 2003
Chondroitin sulfate as a regulator of neuronal patterning in the retina
PA Brittis, DR Canning, J Silver
Science 255 (5045), 733-736, 1992
Continuous nerve cell renewal in the olfactory system
CM Bate, VMM Carr, PPC Graziadei, HVB Hirsch, A Hughes, D Ingle, ...
Development of sensory systems, 55-83, 1978
Inhibition of neurite outgrowth on astroglial scars in vitro
JS Rudge, J Silver
Journal of Neuroscience 10 (11), 3594-3603, 1990
Modulation of the proteoglycan receptor PTPσ promotes recovery after spinal cord injury
BT Lang, JM Cregg, MA DePaul, AP Tran, K Xu, SM Dyck, KM Madalena, ...
Nature 518 (7539), 404-408, 2015
Guidance of optic axons in vivo by a preformed adhesive pathway on neuroepithelial endfeet
J Silver, U Rutishauser
Developmental biology 106 (2), 485-499, 1984
Molecular and cellular characterization of the glial roof plate of the spinal cord and optic tectum: a possible role for a proteoglycan in the development of an axon barrier
DM Snow, DA Steindler, J Silver
Developmental biology 138 (2), 359-376, 1990
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