Warren J. Alilain, Ph.D.

2006 Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, United States 
Neuroscience Biology
"Warren Alilain"


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Harry G. Goshgarian grad student 2006 Wayne State
 (NMDA and AMPA receptor subunit plasticity at the level of the phrenic motor nucleus following chronic upper cervical level spinal cord injury in the rat.)


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Philippa M Warren post-doc (Neurotree)
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Warren PM, Steiger SC, Dick TE, et al. (2018) Rapid and robust restoration of breathing long after spinal cord injury. Nature Communications. 9: 4843
Warren PM, Campanaro C, Jacono FJ, et al. (2018) Mid-cervical spinal cord contusion causes robust deficits in respiratory parameters and pattern variability. Experimental Neurology
Stryker C, Camperchioli DW, Mayer CA, et al. (2017) Respiratory dysfunction following neonatal sustained hypoxia exposure during a critical window of brainstem extracellular matrix formation. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology. ajpregu.00199.2017
Cregg JM, Chu KA, Hager LE, et al. (2017) A Latent Propriospinal Network Can Restore Diaphragm Function after High Cervical Spinal Cord Injury. Cell Reports. 21: 654-665
Hoy KC, Alilain WJ. (2015) Acute theophylline exposure modulates breathing activity through a cervical contusion. Experimental Neurology. 271: 72-6
Warren PM, Awad BI, Alilain WJ. (2014) Reprint of "Drawing breath without the command of effectors: the control of respiration following spinal cord injury". Respiratory Physiology & Neurobiology. 204: 120-30
Warren PM, Alilain WJ. (2014) The challenges of respiratory motor system recovery following cervical spinal cord injury. Progress in Brain Research. 212: 173-220
Warren PM, Awad BI, Alilain WJ. (2014) Drawing breath without the command of effectors: the control of respiration following spinal cord injury. Respiratory Physiology & Neurobiology. 203: 98-108
Awad BI, Warren PM, Steinmetz MP, et al. (2013) The role of the crossed phrenic pathway after cervical contusion injury and a new model to evaluate therapeutic interventions. Experimental Neurology. 248: 398-405
Gutierrez DV, Clark M, Nwanna O, et al. (2013) Intermittent hypoxia training after C2 hemisection modifies the expression of PTEN and mTOR. Experimental Neurology. 248: 45-52
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