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Mileusnic, Radmila and Rose, Steven P. R. (2011). The memory enhancing effect of the APP-derived tripeptide Ac-rER is mediated through CRMP2. Journal of Neurochemistry, 118(4) pp. 616–625.

Sujkovic, Elizabeth; Mileusnic, Radmila and Fry, Johnathan P. (2011). DHEA and memory. In: Watson , Ronald Ross ed. DHEA in Human Health and Aging. Boca Raton, FL, USA : CRC Press, pp. 399–413.


Mileusnic, Radmila and Rose, Steven (2010). The chick as a model for the study of the cellular mechanisms and potential therapies for Alzheimer's disease. International Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, 2010 (In Press). restricted access item, not available for direct downloadfile


Sujkovic, Elizabeth; Mileusnic, Radmila and Fry, Jonathan P. (2009). Metabolism of neuroactive steroids in day-old chick brain. Journal of Neurochemistry, 109(2) pp. 348–359.


Gibbs, M.; Johnston, A. N. B.; Mileusnic, R. and Crowe, S. F. (2008). A comparison of protocols for passive and discriminative avoidance learning tasks in the domestic chick. Brain Research Bulletin, 76(3) pp. 198–207. file


Sujkovic, E.; Mileusnic, R.; Fry, J. P. and Rose, S.P.R. (2007). Temporal effects of dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate on memory formation in day-old chicks. Neuroscience, 148(2) pp. 375–384.

Mileusnic, Radmila; Lancashire, Christine; Clark, Jonathan and Rose, Stephen (2007). Protection against A[beta]-induced memory loss by tripeptide D-Arg-L-Glu-L-Arg. Behavioural Pharmacology, 18(3) pp. 231–238.

Mileusnic, R.; Lancashire, C.; Clark, J. and Rose, S. (2007). Protection against Ab induces memory loss by tripeptide D-Arg-L-Glu-D-Arg. In: Iqbal, I.; Wingblat, B. and Avila, J. eds. Alzheimer's Disease: New Advances. Medimond International Proceedings. Bologna, Italy: Medimond, pp. 435–438.


Mileusnic, Radmila; Lancashire, Christine and Rose, Stephen (2006). Mechanisms of memory consolidation: The effect of reminder. In: Ruzdijic, Sabera and Rakic, Ljubisa eds. Neurobiological studies - From genes to behaviour. Kerala, India: Research Signpost, pp. 71–84.


Mileusnic, Radmila; Steven, Rose and Russell, Peter (2005). Polypeptides and derivatives thereof related to amyloid precursor protein (APP). The Open University, GB2391548.

Mileusnic, Radmila; Lancashire, Christine L. and Rose, Steven P.R. (2005). Recalling an aversive experience by day-old chicks is not dependent on somatic protein synthesis. Learning and Memory, 12(6) pp. 615–619.

Mileusnic, Radmila; Lancashire, Christine L. and Rose, Steven P.R. (2005). Amyloid precursor protein: from synaptic plasticity to Alzheimer’s disease. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1048(1) pp. 149–165.

Koles, Kate; McDowell, William; Mileusnic, Radmila and Rose, Steven P.R. (2005). Glycan analysis of the chicken synaptic plasma membrane glycoproteins - a major synaptic N-glycan carries the LewisX determinant. International Journal of Biological Sciences, 1(4) pp. 126–134. file


Mileusnic, R.; Lancashire, C.L. and Rose, S.P.R. (2004). The peptide sequence Arg-Glu-Arg, present in the amyloid precursor protein, protects against memory loss caused by Aβ and acts as a cognitive enhancer. European Journal of Neuroscience, 19(7) pp. 1933–1938.

Mileusnic, Radmila (2004). Protein synthesis II: new proteins. In: Riedel, Gernot and Platt, Bettina eds. From messengers to molecules: memories are made of these. Neuroscience Intelligence Unit Series. USA: Landes Bioscience, pp. 529–542.


Dermon, C. R.; Zikopolous, B.; Panagis, L.; Harrison, E.; Lancashire, C. L.; Mileusnic, R. and Stewart, M.G. (2002). Passive avoidance training enhances cell proliferation in 1-day-old chicks. European Journal of Neuroscience, 16(7) pp. 1267–1274.

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