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Number of items: 16.

2011

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.

2010

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). filefile

2009

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.

2008

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

2007

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.

2006

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.

2005

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 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

2004

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.

2002

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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