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1673-5374, Monthly Periodical,Regular Release

Index Collection: : SCI , CA , CSTPCD

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Available From: : 2006年 01 期

Health & Medical Care> Internal Medicine

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中国康复医学会

中國大陸:北京

中国康复医学会 Publishing 』

中华人民共和国卫生部
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Transcranial pulse current stimulation improves the locomotor function in a rat model of stroke

Wen-Jing WangCenter of RehabilitationWen-Jing WangYan-Biao ZhongJing-Jun ZhaoMeng RenSi-Cong ZhangMing-Shu XuShu-Tian XuYing-Jie ZhangChun-Lei ShanCenter of Rehabilitation,Yueyang Hospital of Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine,Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine,Shanghai,ChinaSchool of Rehabilitation Science,Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine,Shanghai,ChinaCenter of Rehabilitation,Yueyang Hospital of Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine,Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine,Shanghai,ChinaSchool of Rehabilitation Science,Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine,Shanghai,ChinaDepartment of Rehabilitation Medicine,The First Affiliated Hospital of Xinxiang Medical University,Xinxiang,Henan Province,ChinaSchool of Rehabilitation Science,Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine,Shanghai,ChinaLaboratory of Neurobiology,Shanghai Research Institute of Acupuncture and Meridian,Shanghai,China

motor functionneural plasticitynon-invasive brain stimulationprotectionrepairstroketranscranial pulse current stimulationBrain Injury and Neural Regeneration

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Comparative transcriptomic analysis of rat versus mouse cerebral cortex after traumatic brain injury

Meng-Shi YangBeijing Key Laboratory of Central Nervous System InjuryMeng-Shi YangXiao-Jian XuBin ZhangFei NiuBai-Yun LiuBeijing Key Laboratory of Central Nervous System Injury,Beijing Neurosurgical Institute,Capital Medical University,Beijing,ChinaBeijing Key Laboratory of Central Nervous System Injury and Department of Neurosurgery,Beijing Neurosurgical Institute and Beijing Tiantan Hospital,Capital Medical University,Beijing,ChinaBeijing Key Laboratory of Central Nervous System Injury,Beijing Neurosurgical Institute,Capital Medical University,Beijing,ChinaBeijing Key Laboratory of Central Nervous System Injury,Beijing Neurosurgical Institute,Capital Medical University,Beijing,ChinaBeijing Key Laboratory of Central Nervous System Injury and Department of Neurosurgery,Beijing Neurosurgical Institute and Beijing Tiantan Hospital,Capital Medical University,Beijing,ChinaNerve Injury and Repair Center of Beijing Institute for Brain Disorders,Beijing,ChinaChina National Clinical Research Center for Neurological Diseases,Beijing,China

cognitive impairmentcross-species comparisongene set enrichment analysisinflammationinnate immuneneurodegenerative diseasesecondary injurytranscription factortranscriptometraumatic brain injuryBrain Injury and Neural Regeneration

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Delayed atomoxetine or fluoxetine treatment coupled with limited voluntary running promotes motor recovery in mice after ischemic stroke

Faisal F.AlamriDepartment of Pharmaceutical SciencesFaisal F.AlamriAbdullah Al ShoyaibNausheen SyearaAnisha PaulSrinidhi JayaramanSerob T.KaramyanThiruma V.ArumugamVardan T.KaramyanDepartment of Pharmaceutical Sciences,School of Pharmacy,Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center,Amarillo,TX,USADepartment of Pharmacology,Faculty of Pharmacy,Yerevan State Medical University,Yerevan,ArmeniaDepartment of Physiology,Anatomy and Microbiology,School of Life Sciences,La Trobe University,Melbourne,AustraliaDepartment of Pharmaceutical Sciences,School of Pharmacy,Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center,Amarillo,TX,USACenter for Blood Brain Barrier Research,School of Pharmacy,Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center,Amarillo,TX,USA

drug repurposingneural repairphysical exercisephysiotherapypost-stroke recoverypre-clinical trialFLAME trialselective norepinephrine reuptake inhibitorselective serotonin reuptake inhibitorstroke pharmacotherapyBrain Injury and Neural Regeneration

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Extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields promote cognitive function and hippocampal neurogenesis of rats with cerebral ischemia

Qiang GaoDepartment of Rehabilitation MedicineQiang GaoAaron LeungYong-Hong YangBenson Wui-Man LauQian WangLing-Yi LiaoYun-Juan XieCheng-Qi HeDepartment of Rehabilitation Medicine,West China Hospital of Sichuan University,Chengdu,Sichuan Province,China Institute of Disaster Management and Reconstruction,Sichuan University–The Hong Kong Polytechnic University,Chengdu,Sichuan Province,ChinaDepartment of Biomedical Engineering,The Hong Kong Polytechnic University,Hong Kong Special Administrative Region,ChinaInstitute of Disaster Management and Reconstruction,Sichuan University–The Hong Kong Polytechnic University,Chengdu,Sichuan Province,ChinaDepartment of Biomedical Engineering,The Hong Kong Polytechnic University,Hong Kong Special Administrative Region,ChinaDepartment of Rehabilitation Medicine,West China Hospital of Sichuan University,Chengdu,Sichuan Province,China Institute of Disaster Management and Reconstruction,Sichuan University–The Hong Kong Polytechnic University,Chengdu,Sichuan Province,ChinaDepartment of Rehabilitation Sciences,The Hong Kong Polytechnic University,Hong Kong Special Administrative Region,ChinaDepartment of Rehabilitation Sciences,The Hong Kong Polytechnic University,Hong Kong Special Administrative Region,ChinaDepartment of Rehabilitation Medicine,West China Hospital of Sichuan University,Chengdu,Sichuan Province,China Institute of Disaster Management and Reconstruction,Sichuan University–The Hong Kong Polytechnic University,Chengdu,Sichuan Province,ChinaDepartment of Rehabilitation Medicine,West China Hospital of Sichuan University,Chengdu,Sichuan Province,China

cerebral ischemiacognitive functionelectromagnetic fieldshippocampusneurogenesisplasticityrepairsignaling pathwaystrokeratBrain Injury and Neural Regeneration

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Cortical transcriptome analysis after spinal cord injury reveals the regenerative mechanism of central nervous system in CRMP2 knock-in mice

Ayaka SugenoLaboratory for Molecular Brain ScienceAyaka SugenoWenhui PiaoMiki YamazakiKiyofumi TakahashiKoji ArikawaHiroko MatsunagaMasahito HosokawaDaisuke TominagaYoshio GoshimaHaruko TakeyamaToshio OhshimaLaboratory for Molecular Brain Science,Department of Life Science and Medical Bioscience,Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering,Waseda University,Tokyo,JapanComputational Bio Big-Data Open Innovation Laboratory (CBBD-OIL),National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST),Tokyo,JapanLaboratory for Molecular Brain Science,Department of Life Science and Medical Bioscience,Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering,Waseda University,Tokyo,JapanBiomolecular Engineering Laboratory,Department of Life Science and Medical Bioscience,Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering,Waseda University,Tokyo,JapanComputational Bio Big-Data Open Innovation Laboratory (CBBD-OIL),National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST),Tokyo,JapanResearch Organization for Nano and Life Innovation,Waseda University,Tokyo,JapanBiomolecular Engineering Laboratory,Department of Life Science and Medical Bioscience,Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering,Waseda University,Tokyo,JapanResearch Organization for Nano and Life Innovation,Waseda University,Tokyo,JapanInstitute for Advanced Research of Biosystem Dynamics,Waseda Research Institute for Science and Engineering,Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering,WasedaUniversity,Tokyo,Japan Computational Bio Big-Data Open Innovation Laboratory (CBBD-OIL),National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST),Tokyo,JapanCellular and Molecular Biotechnology Research Institute,National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST),Tsukuba,JapanDepartment of Molecular Pharmacology and Neurobiology,Graduate School of Medicine,Yokohama City University,Yokohama,JapanBiomolecular Engineering Laboratory,Department of Life Science and Medical Bioscience,Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering,Waseda University,Tokyo,JapanComputational Bio Big-Data Open Innovation Laboratory (CBBD-OIL),National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST),Tokyo,JapanResearch Organization for Nano and Life Innovation,Waseda University,Tokyo,JapanInstitute for Advanced Research of Biosystem Dynamics,Waseda Research Institute for Science and Engineering,Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering,WasedaUniversity,Tokyo,Japan Laboratory for Molecular Brain Science,Department of Life Science and Medical Bioscience,Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering,Waseda University,Tokyo,JapanInstitute for Advanced Research of Biosystem Dynamics,Waseda Research Institute for Science and Engineering,Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering,WasedaUniversity,Tokyo,Japan

CNS regenerationcortexCRMP2hemoglobinmetabolic pathwayspinal cord injuryspinetranscriptomeSpinal Cord Injury and Neural Regeneration

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Positive effects of music therapist's selected auditory stimulation on the autonomic nervous system of patients with disorder of consciousness: a randomized controlled trial

Xiao-Ying ZhangSchool of Rehabilitation MedicineXiao-Ying ZhangJian-Jun LiHai-Tao LuWen-Jia TengSong-Huai LiuSchool of Rehabilitation Medicine,Capital Medical University,Beijing,ChinaChina Rehabilitation Science Institute,Beijing,ChinaBeijing Key Laboratory of Neural Injury and Rehabilitation,Beijing,ChinaCenter of Neural Injury and Repair,Beijing Institute for Brain Disorders,Beijing,ChinaMusic Therapy Center,Department of Psychology,China Rehabilitation Research Center,Beijing,China School of Rehabilitation Medicine,Capital Medical University,Beijing,ChinaChina Rehabilitation Science Institute,Beijing,ChinaBeijing Key Laboratory of Neural Injury and Rehabilitation,Beijing,ChinaCenter of Neural Injury and Repair,Beijing Institute for Brain Disorders,Beijing,ChinaSchool of Rehabilitation Medicine,Capital Medical University,Beijing,ChinaDepartment of Neurorehabilitation,China Rehabilitation Research Center,Beijing,ChinaSchool of Rehabilitation Medicine,Capital Medical University,Beijing,ChinaMusic Therapy Center,Department of Psychology,China Rehabilitation Research Center,Beijing,China

auditoryautonomic nerve systemdisorder of consciousnessheart ratemisdiagnosismusic therapyprotectionrepairsubjective scoreBrain Injury and Neural Regeneration

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Neuroprotective effect of immunomodulatory peptides in rats with traumatic spinal cord injury

Dulce Parra-VillamarUnidad de Investigación Médica en InmunologíaDulce Parra-VillamarLiliana Blancas-EspinozaElisa Garcia-VencesJuan Herrera-GarcíaAdrian Flores-RomeroAlberto Toscano-ZapienJonathan Vilchis VillaRodríguez Barrera-RoxanaSoria Zavala KarlaAntonio IbarraRaúl Silva-GarcíaUnidad de Investigación Médica en Inmunología,Hospital de Pediatría,Centro Médico Nacional Siglo (XXI),Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social,Ciudad deMéxico,MéxicoCentro de Investigación en Ciencias de la Salud (CICSA),Facultad de Ciencias de la Salud,Universidad Anáhuac México,Campus Norte,Huixquilucan,Edo de México,México Centro de Investigación del Proyecto Camina A.C,Ciudad de México,MéxicoUnidad de Investigación Médica en Inmunología,Hospital de Pediatría,Centro Médico Nacional Siglo (XXI),Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social,Ciudad deMéxico,MéxicoCentro de Investigación en Ciencias de la Salud (CICSA),Facultad de Ciencias de la Salud,Universidad Anáhuac México,Campus Norte,Huixquilucan,Edo de México,México

glutathione monoethyl estermonocyte locomotion inhibitor factormotor functional recoveryneuroprotectionneurorestorationpeptidesprotective autoimmunityspinal cord injurySpinal Cord Injury and Neural Regeneration

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Suicide transport blockade of motor neuron survival generates a focal graded injury and functional deficit

Allison S.LiangDepartment of NeurosurgeryAllison S.LiangJoanna E.PaganoChristopher A.ChrzanRandall D.McKinnonDepartment of Neurosurgery,Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School,Piscataway,NJ,USADepartment of Neurosurgery,Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School,Piscataway,NJ,USAMember,The Cancer Institute of New Jersey,NewBrunswick,NJ,USA

amyotrophic lateral sclerosisinjurymotor functionmotor neuronPI3'kinasesciatic nervesuicide transportwortmanninSpinal Cord Injury and Neural Regeneration

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Reducing LncRNA-5657 expression inhibits the brain inflammatory reaction in septic rats

Yi-An ZhanDepartment of Critical Care MedicineYi-An ZhanXin-Liang QiuXu-Zhen WangNing ZhaoKe-Jian QianDepartment of Critical Care Medicine,the First Affiliated Hospital of Nanchang University,Nanchang,Jiangxi Province,ChinaDepartment of Critical Care Medicine,Xingguo County People's Hospital,Ganzhou,Jiangxi Province,China

brain injuryglial cellsinflammationinjurylipopolysaccharidelong noncoding RNArepairsepsisBrain Injury and Neural Regeneration

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Identification of potential oxidative stress biomarkers for spinal cord injury in erythrocytes using mass spectrometry

Li-Jian ZhangSchool of Clinical MedicineLi-Jian ZhangYao ChenLu-Xuan WangXiao-Qing ZhuangHe-Chun XiaSchool of Clinical Medicine,Ningxia Medical University,Yinchuan,Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region,ChinaDepartment of Neurosurgery,General Hospital of Ningxia Medical University,Yinchuan,Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region,ChinaNingxia Human Stem Cell Research Institute,General Hospital of Ningxia Medical University,Yinchuan,Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region,China School of Clinical Medicine,Ningxia Medical University,Yinchuan,Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region,ChinaDepartment of Nuclear Medicine,General Hospital of Ningxia Medical University,Yinchuan,Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region,ChinaDepartment of Neurosurgery,General Hospital of Ningxia Medical University,Yinchuan,Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region,ChinaNingxia Human Stem Cell Research Institute,General Hospital of Ningxia Medical University,Yinchuan,Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region,China

acute phasebioinformatic analysisbiomarkerscentral nervous systemdogerythrocytesmass spectrometryoxidative stressperipheral bloodspinal cord injurysubacute phaseSpinal Cord Injury and Neural Regeneration

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