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2014The neuroprotective activity of the amyloid precursor protein against traumatic brain injury is mediated via the heparin binding site in residues 96-110Corrigan, F.; Thornton, E.; Roisman, L.; Leonard, A.; Vink, R.; Blumbergs, P.; Van Den Heuvel, C.; Cappai, R.
2016Neurogenic inflammation after traumatic brain injury and its potentiation of classical inflammationCorrigan, F.; Mander, K.; Leonard, A.; Vink, R.
2011The neuroprotective domains of the amyloid precursor protein, in traumatic brain injury, are located in the two growth factor domainsCorrigan, F.; Pham, C.; Vink, R.; Blumbergs, P.; Masters, C.; Van Den Heuvel, C.; Cappai, R.
2012Characterisation of the effect of knockout of the amyloid precursor protein on outcome following mild traumatic brain injuryCorrigan, F.; Vink, R.; Blumbergs, P.; Masters, C.; Cappai, R.; Van Den Heuvel, C.
2012sAPPα rescues deficits in amyloid precursor protein knockout mice following focal traumatic brain injuryCorrigan, F.; Vink, R.; Blumbergs, P.; Masters, C.; Cappai, R.; Van Den Heuvel, C.
2012Evaluation of the effects of treatment with sAPPα on functional and histological outcome following controlled cortical impact injury in miceCorrigan, F.; Vink, R.; Blumbergs, P.; Masters, C.; Cappai, R.; Van Den Heuvel, C.
2012Magnesium in acute brain injuryTurner, R.; Corrigan, F.; Vink, R.
2016Toll like receptor 4 activation can be either detrimental or beneficial following mild repetitive traumatic brain injury depending on timing of activationCorrigan, F.; Vink, R.; 12th Symposium of the International Neurotrauma Society (01 Feb 2016 - 04 Feb 2016 : Cape Town, SOUTH AFRICA)
2012A Substance P Antagonist Improves Outcome in Female Sprague Dawley Rats Following Diffuse Traumatic Brain InjuryCorrigan, F.; Leonard, A.; Ghabriel, M.; Van Den Heuvel, C.; Vink, R.
2012New therapeutic approaches to subarachnoid hemorrhageBarry, C.; Turner, R.; Corrigan, F.; Vink, R.