Neuro-Electronics Research Flanders

Publications

  • Ruder L, Takeoka A, Arber S, “Long-distance descending spinal neurons ensure quadrupedal locomotor stability. Neuron, 92 (4): 1-16”, NEURON
  • Basaldella E, Takeoka A, Sigrist M and Arber S, “Multisensory signaling shapes vestibulo-motor circuit specificity”, Cell, 2, (2015)
  • Takeoka A, Vollenweider I, Courtine G, and Arber S, “Muscle spindle feedback directs locomotor recovery and circuit reorganization after spinal cord injury”, Cell, 7, (2014)
  • Takeoka A, Jindrich DL, Muñoz-Quiles C, Zhong H, van den Brand R, Pham DL, Ziegler MD, Ramon-Cueto A, Roy RR, Edgerton VR, and Phelps PE, “Axon regeneration can facilitate or suppress hindlimb function after olfactory ensheathing glia transplantation”, Journal of Neuroscience , 11, (2011)
  • Takeoka A, Kubasak MD, Zhong H, Kaplan JA, Roy RR, Phelps PE, “Noradrenergic innervation of the rat spinal cord caudal to a complete spinal cord transection: Effects of olfactory ensheathing glia”, Experimental Neurology , 1, (2010)
  • Takeoka A, Kubasak MD, Zhong H, Roy RR, Phelps PE, “Serotonergic innervation of the caudal spinal stump in rats after complete spinal transection: Effect of olfactory ensheathing glia”, Journal of Comparative Neurology , 6, (2009)
  • Ziegler MD, Hsu D, Takeoka A,¬ Zhong H, Ramon-Cueto A, Phelps PE, Roy RR, and Edgerton VR, “Further evidence of olfactory ensheathing glia facilitating axonal regeneration after a complete spinal cord transection”, Experimental Neurology, 1
  • Kubasak MD, Jindrich DL, Zhong H, Takeoka A, McFarland KC, Muñoz-Quiles C, Roy RR, Edgerton VR, Ramón-Cueto A, Phelps PE, “OEG implantation and step training enhance hindlimb-stepping ability in adult spinal transected rats”, Brain, 1