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SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

CELL DEATH

Wang B, Armstrong JS, Lee JH, Bhalala U, Kulikowicz E, Zhang E, Reyes M, Moy N, Spicer D, Zhu J, Yang ZJ, Koehler RC, Martin LJ, Lee JKRewarming from therapeutic hypothermia induces cortical neuron apoptosis in a swine model of neonatal hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy. Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism 2015; 35(5): 781-93. 

Wang B, Armstrong JS, Reyes M, Kulikowicz E, Lee JH, Spicer D, Bhalala U, Yang ZJ, Koehler RC, Martin LJ, Lee JK. White matter apoptosis is increased by delayed hypothermia and rewarming in a neonatal piglet model of hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy. Neuroscience 2016; 316:296-310.

Lee JK, Wang B, Reyes M, Armstrong JS, Kulikowicz E, Santos PT, Lee JH, Koehler RC, Martin LJ. Hypothermia and rewarming activate and macroglial unfolded protein response independent of hypoxic-ischemic brain injury in neonatal piglets. Dev Neurosci 2016; 38:277-294.

Santos PT, O’Brien CE, Chen MW, Hopkins CD, Adams S, Kulikowicz E, Singh R, Koehler RC, Martin LJ, Lee JK. Proteasome biology is compromised in white matter after asphyxic cardiac arrest in neonatal piglets. J Am Heart Assoc 2018; 7: e009415.

O’Brien CE, Santos PT, Kulikowicz E, Reyes M, Koehler RC, Martin LJ, Lee JK. Hypoxia-ischemia and 
hypothermia independently and interactively affect neuronal pathology in neonatal piglets with short-term recovery
. Dev Neurosci 2019.

Singh R, Kulikowicz E, Santos PT, Koehler RC, Martin LJ, *Lee JK. Spatial T-maze identifies cognitive deficits in piglets 1 month after hypoxia-ischemia in a model of hippocampal pyramidal neuron loss and interneuron attritionBehavioural Brain Research 2019.