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Alexander Drobyshevsky

AddressChicago IL 60637
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    1. Drobyshevsky A, Miller MJ, Li L, Dixon CJ, Venkatasubramanian PN, Wyrwicz AM, Aksenov DP. Behavior and Regional Cortical BOLD Signal Fluctuations Are Altered in Adult Rabbits After Neonatal Volatile Anesthetic Exposure. Front Neurosci. 2020; 14:571486. PMID: 33192256.
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    2. Steele PR, Cavarsan CF, Dowaliby L, Westefeld M, Katenka N, Drobyshevsky A, Gorassini MA, Quinlan KA. Altered Motoneuron Properties Contribute to Motor Deficits in a Rabbit Hypoxia-Ischemia Model of Cerebral Palsy. Front Cell Neurosci. 2020; 14:69. PMID: 32269513.
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    3. Peyton C, Einspieler C, Fjørtoft T, Adde L, Schreiber MD, Drobyshevsky A, Marks JD. Correlates of Normal and Abnormal General Movements in Infancy and Long-Term Neurodevelopment of Preterm Infants: Insights from Functional Connectivity Studies at Term Equivalence. J Clin Med. 2020 Mar 19; 9(3). PMID: 32204407.
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    4. Aksenov DP, Miller MJ, Dixon CJ, Drobyshevsky A. Impact of anesthesia exposure in early development on learning and sensory functions. Dev Psychobiol. 2020 07; 62(5):559-572. PMID: 32115695.
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    5. Goussakov I, Synowiec S, Yarnykh V, Drobyshevsky A. Immediate and delayed decrease of long term potentiation and memory deficits after neonatal intermittent hypoxia. Int J Dev Neurosci. 2019 May; 74:27-37. PMID: 30858028.
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    6. Synowiec S, Lu J, Yu L, Goussakov I, Lieber R, Drobyshevsky A. Spinal Hyper-Excitability and Altered Muscle Structure Contribute to Muscle Hypertonia in Newborns After Antenatal Hypoxia-Ischemia in a Rabbit Cerebral Palsy Model. Front Neurol. 2018; 9:1183. PMID: 30705663.
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    7. Lu J, Synowiec S, Lu L, Yu Y, Bretherick T, Takada S, Yarnykh V, Caplan J, Caplan M, Claud EC, Drobyshevsky A. Microbiota influence the development of the brain and behaviors in C57BL/6J mice. PLoS One. 2018; 13(8):e0201829. PMID: 30075011.
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    8. Drobyshevsky A, Quinlan KA. Spinal cord injury in hypertonic newborns after antenatal hypoxia-ischemia in a rabbit model of cerebral palsy. Exp Neurol. 2017 07; 293:13-26. PMID: 28347765.
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    9. Peyton C, Yang E, Msall ME, Adde L, Støen R, Fjørtoft T, Bos AF, Einspieler C, Zhou Y, Schreiber MD, Marks JD, Drobyshevsky A. White Matter Injury and General Movements in High-Risk Preterm Infants. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol. 2017 Jan; 38(1):162-169. PMID: 27789448.
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    10. Drobyshevsky A. Concurrent decrease of brain white matter tracts' thicknesses and fractional anisotropy after antenatal hypoxia-ischemia detected with tract-based spatial statistics analysis. J Magn Reson Imaging. 2017 03; 45(3):829-838. PMID: 27505718.
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    11. Drobyshevsky A, Prasad PV. Placental perfusion in uterine ischemia model as evaluated by dynamic contrast enhanced MRI. J Magn Reson Imaging. 2015 Sep; 42(3):666-72. PMID: 25854322.
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    12. Drobyshevsky A, Cotten CM, Shi Z, Luo K, Jiang R, Derrick M, Tracy ET, Gentry T, Goldberg RN, Kurtzberg J, Tan S. Human Umbilical Cord Blood Cells Ameliorate Motor Deficits in Rabbits in a Cerebral Palsy Model. Dev Neurosci. 2015; 37(4-5):349-62. PMID: 25791742.
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    13. Drobyshevsky A, Takada SH, Luo K, Derrick M, Yu L, Quinlan KA, Vasquez-Vivar J, Nogueira MI, Tan S. Elevated spinal monoamine neurotransmitters after antenatal hypoxia-ischemia in rabbit cerebral palsy model. J Neurochem. 2015 Feb; 132(4):394-402. PMID: 25421613.
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    14. Drobyshevsky A, Jiang R, Derrick M, Luo K, Tan S. Functional correlates of central white matter maturation in perinatal period in rabbits. Exp Neurol. 2014 Nov; 261:76-86. PMID: 24997240.
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    15. Drobyshevsky A, Jiang R, Lin L, Derrick M, Luo K, Back SA, Tan S. Unmyelinated axon loss with postnatal hypertonia after fetal hypoxia. Ann Neurol. 2014 Apr; 75(4):533-41. PMID: 24633673.
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    16. Derrick M, Englof I, Drobyshevsky A, Luo K, Yu L, Tan S. Intrauterine fetal demise can be remote from the inciting insult in an animal model of hypoxia-ischemia. Pediatr Res. 2012 Aug; 72(2):154-60. PMID: 22580720.
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    17. Drobyshevsky A, Yu L, Yang Y, Khalid S, Luo K, Jiang R, Ji H, Derrick M, Kay L, Silverman RB, Tan S. Antenatal insults modify newborn olfactory function by nitric oxide produced from neuronal nitric oxide synthase. Exp Neurol. 2012 Oct; 237(2):427-34. PMID: 22836143.
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    18. Drobyshevsky A, Derrick M, Luo K, Zhang LQ, Wu YN, Takada SH, Yu L, Tan S. Near-term fetal hypoxia-ischemia in rabbits: MRI can predict muscle tone abnormalities and deep brain injury. Stroke. 2012 Oct; 43(10):2757-63. PMID: 22829546.
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    19. Drobyshevsky A, Luo K, Derrick M, Yu L, Du H, Prasad PV, Vasquez-Vivar J, Batinic-Haberle I, Tan S. Motor deficits are triggered by reperfusion-reoxygenation injury as diagnosed by MRI and by a mechanism involving oxidants. J Neurosci. 2012 Apr 18; 32(16):5500-9. PMID: 22514312.
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    20. Rao S, Lin Z, Drobyshevsky A, Chen L, Ji X, Ji H, Yang Y, Yu L, Derrick M, Silverman RB, Tan S. Involvement of neuronal nitric oxide synthase in ongoing fetal brain injury following near-term rabbit hypoxia-ischemia. Dev Neurosci. 2011; 33(3-4):288-98. PMID: 21757865.
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    21. Derrick M, Drobyshevsky A, Ji X, Chen L, Yang Y, Ji H, Silverman RB, Tan S. Hypoxia-ischemia causes persistent movement deficits in a perinatal rabbit model of cerebral palsy: assessed by a new swim test. Int J Dev Neurosci. 2009 Oct; 27(6):549-57. PMID: 19573586.
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    22. Drobyshevsky A, Derrick M, Prasad PV, Ji X, Englof I, Tan S. Fetal brain magnetic resonance imaging response acutely to hypoxia-ischemia predicts postnatal outcome. Ann Neurol. 2007 Apr; 61(4):307-14. PMID: 17444507.
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    23. Derrick M, Drobyshevsky A, Ji X, Tan S. A model of cerebral palsy from fetal hypoxia-ischemia. Stroke. 2007 Feb; 38(2 Suppl):731-5. PMID: 17261727.
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    24. Drobyshevsky A, Bregman J, Storey P, Meyer J, Prasad PV, Derrick M, MacKendrick W, Tan S. Serial diffusion tensor imaging detects white matter changes that correlate with motor outcome in premature infants. Dev Neurosci. 2007; 29(4-5):289-301. PMID: 17762197.
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    25. Drobyshevsky A, Robinson AM, Derrick M, Wyrwicz AM, Ji X, Englof I, Tan S. Sensory deficits and olfactory system injury detected by novel application of MEMRI in newborn rabbit after antenatal hypoxia-ischemia. Neuroimage. 2006 Sep; 32(3):1106-12. PMID: 16861007.
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    26. Drobyshevsky A, Derrick M, Wyrwicz AM, Ji X, Englof I, Ullman LM, Zelaya ME, Northington FJ, Tan S. White matter injury correlates with hypertonia in an animal model of cerebral palsy. J Cereb Blood Flow Metab. 2007 Feb; 27(2):270-81. PMID: 16736047.
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    27. Drobyshevsky A, Baumann SB, Schneider W. A rapid fMRI task battery for mapping of visual, motor, cognitive, and emotional function. Neuroimage. 2006 Jun; 31(2):732-44. PMID: 16488627.
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    28. Tan S, Drobyshevsky A, Jilling T, Ji X, Ullman LM, Englof I, Derrick M. Model of cerebral palsy in the perinatal rabbit. J Child Neurol. 2005 Dec; 20(12):972-9. PMID: 16417845.
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    29. Drobyshevsky A, Song SK, Gamkrelidze G, Wyrwicz AM, Derrick M, Meng F, Li L, Ji X, Trommer B, Beardsley DJ, Luo NL, Back SA, Tan S. Developmental changes in diffusion anisotropy coincide with immature oligodendrocyte progression and maturation of compound action potential. J Neurosci. 2005 Jun 22; 25(25):5988-97. PMID: 15976088.
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