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Research Publications from 2005

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.

Accardo J, Shapiro BK. (Dec 2005). Neurodevelopmental disabilities: beyond the diagnosis. Semin Pediatr Neurol. 12(4), 242-9. Abstract
Powers JM, Pei Z, Heinzer AK, Deering R, Moser AB, Moser HW, Watkins PA, Smith KD. (Dec 2005). Adreno-leukodystrophy: oxidative stress of mice and men. J Neuropathol Exp Neurol. 64(12), 1067-79. Abstract
Johnston MV, Ferriero DM, Vannucci SJ, Hagberg H. (Dec 2005). Models of cerebral palsy: which ones are best? J Child Neurol. 20(12), 984-7. Abstract
Hoon AH Jr. (Dec 2005). Neuroimaging in cerebral palsy: Patterns of brain dysgenesis and injury. J Child Neurol. 20(12), 936-9. Abstract
Comi AM, Mehta P, Hatfield LA, Dowling MM. (Dec 2005). Sturge-Weber syndrome associated with other abnormalities: a medical record and literature review. Arch Neurol. 62(12), 1924-7. Abstract
Germain-Lee EL, Schwindinger W, Crane JL, Zewdu R, Zweifel LS, Wand G, Huso DL, Saji M, Ringel MD, Levine MA. (Nov 2005). A mouse model of albright hereditary osteodystrophy generated by targeted disruption of exon 1 of the Gnas gene. Endocrinology. 146(11), 4697-709. Abstract
Dubey P, Fatemi A, Huang H, Nagae-Poetscher L, Wakana S, Barker PB, van Zijl P, Moser HW, Mori S, Raymond GV. (Nov 2005). Diffusion tensor-based imaging reveals occult abnormalities in adrenomyeloneuropathy. Ann Neurol. 58(5), 758-66. Abstract


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