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Becker D, McDonald JW. 2012. Approaches to repairing the damaged spinal cord: overview.. Handbook of clinical neurology. 109:445-61.
McDonald JW, Sadowsky CL, Stampas A. 2012. The changing field of rehabilitation: optimizing spontaneous regeneration and functional recovery.. Handbook of clinical neurology. 109:317-36.
Li Q, Brus-Ramer M, Martin JH, McDonald JW. 2010. Electrical stimulation of the medullary pyramid promotes proliferation and differentiation of oligodendrocyte progenitor cells in the corticospinal tract of the adult rat.. Neuroscience letters. 479(2):128-33.
Regenberg A, Mathews DJH, Blass DM, Bok H, Coyle JT, Duggan P, Faden R, Finkel J, Gearhart JD, Hillis A et al.. 2009. The role of animal models in evaluating reasonable safety and efficacy for human trials of cell-based interventions for neurologic conditions.. Journal of cerebral blood flow and metabolism : official journal of the International Society of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism. 29(1):1-9.
Sadowsky CL, McDonald JW. 2009. Activity-based restorative therapies: concepts and applications in spinal cord injury-related neurorehabilitation.. Developmental disabilities research reviews. 15(2):112-6.
Belegu V, Oudega M, Gary DS, McDonald JW. 2007. Restoring function after spinal cord injury: promoting spontaneous regeneration with stem cells and activity-based therapies.. Neurosurgery clinics of North America. 18(1):143-68,xi.
McDonald JW, Belegu V. 2006. Demyelination and remyelination after spinal cord injury.. Journal of neurotrauma. 23(3-4):345-59.
Vadivelu S, Becker D, McDonald JW. 2005. Generating chimeric spinal cord: a novel model for transplantable oligodendrocyte progenitors derived from embryonic stem cells.. Neurosurgical focus. 19(3):E3.