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Research Publications from 2004

Kennedy Krieger’s scientists and researchers are leaders in the worldwide effort to prevent and treat disorders of the brain, spinal cord, and musculoskeletal system. Learn about our innovative research initiatives and latest findings through our faculty research publications, Research Frontiers articles, and research press releases.

Kaufman J, Yang BZ, Douglas-Palumberi H, Houshyar S, Lipschitz D, Krystal JH, Gelernter J. (Dec 2004). Social supports and serotonin transporter gene moderate depression in maltreated children. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 101(49), 17316-21. Abstract
Toole LM, DeLeon IG, Kahng S, Ruffin GE, Pletcher CA, Bowman LG. (Nov 2004). Re-evaluation of constant versus varied punishers using empirically derived consequences. Res Dev Disabil. 25(6), 577-86. Abstract
Steinberg S, Chen L, Wei L, Moser A, Moser H, Cutting G, Braverman N. (Nov 2004). The PEX Gene Screen: molecular diagnosis of peroxisome biogenesis disorders in the Zellweger syndrome spectrum. Mol Genet Metab. 83(3), 252-63. Abstract
Comi AM, Weisz CJ, Highet BH, Johnston MV, Wilson MA. (Oct 2004). A new model of stroke and ischemic seizures in the immature mouse. Pediatr Neurol. 31(4), 254-7. Abstract
Hagberg H, Wilson MA, Matsushita H, Zhu C, Lange M, Gustavsson M, Poitras MF, Dawson TM, Dawson VL, Northington F, Johnston MV. (Sep 2004). PARP-1 gene disruption in mice preferentially protects males from perinatal brain injury. J Neurochem. 90(5), 1068-75. Abstract
Rush KS, Bowman LG, Eidman SL, Toole LM, Mortenson BP. (Sep 2004). Assessing psychopathology in individuals with developmental disabilities. Behav Modif. 28(5), 621-37. Abstract


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