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    Ernest Aguilar Salegio

    TitlePostdoc
    SchoolUCSF School of Medicine
    DepartmentNeurological Surgery
    Address1001 Potrero Ave, SFGH 1
    San Francisco CA 94110
    Phone415-206-8753
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      University of California, San FranciscoPostdoctoral StudiesGraduate Division

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      1. Rosenbluth KH, Gimenez F, Kells AP, Salegio EA, Mittermeyer GM, Modera K, Kohal A, Bankiewicz KS. Automated segmentation tool for brain infusions. PLoS One. 2013; 8(6):e64452. PMID: 23755125; PMCID: PMC3673979.
      2. Samaranch L, Salegio EA, San Sebastian W, Kells AP, Bringas JR, Forsayeth J, Bankiewicz KS. Strong cortical and spinal cord transduction after AAV7 and AAV9 delivery into the cerebrospinal fluid of nonhuman primates. Hum Gene Ther. 2013 May; 24(5):526-32. PMID: 23517473; PMCID: PMC3655626.
      3. Salegio EA, Samaranch L, Jenkins RW, Clarke CJ, Lamarre C, Beyer J, Kells AP, Bringas J, Sebastian WS, Richardson RM, Rosenbluth KH, Hannun YA, Bankiewicz KS, Forsayeth J. Safety study of adeno-associated virus serotype 2-mediated human acid sphingomyelinase expression in the nonhuman primate brain. Hum Gene Ther. 2012 Aug; 23(8):891-902. PMID: 22574943; PMCID: PMC3413900.
      4. Samaranch L, Salegio EA, San Sebastian W, Kells AP, Foust KD, Bringas JR, Lamarre C, Forsayeth J, Kaspar BK, Bankiewicz KS. Adeno-associated virus serotype 9 transduction in the central nervous system of nonhuman primates. Hum Gene Ther. 2012 Apr; 23(4):382-9. PMID: 22201473; PMCID: PMC3327605.
      5. Salegio EA, Samaranch L, Kells AP, Mittermeyer G, San Sebastian W, Zhou S, Beyer J, Forsayeth J, Bankiewicz KS. Axonal transport of adeno-associated viral vectors is serotype-dependent. Gene Ther. 2013 Mar; 20(3):348-52. PMID: 22418061; PMCID: PMC3381869.
      6. San Sebastian W, Richardson RM, Kells AP, Lamarre C, Bringas J, Pivirotto P, Salegio EA, Dearmond SJ, Forsayeth J, Bankiewicz KS. Safety and tolerability of magnetic resonance imaging-guided convection-enhanced delivery of AAV2-hAADC with a novel delivery platform in nonhuman primate striatum. Hum Gene Ther. 2012 Feb; 23(2):210-7. PMID: 22017504; PMCID: PMC3277736.
      7. Salegio EA, Samaranch L, Kells AP, Forsayeth J, Bankiewicz K. Guided delivery of adeno-associated viral vectors into the primate brain. Adv Drug Deliv Rev. 2012 May 15; 64(7):598-604. PMID: 22036906; PMCID: PMC3279613.
      8. Ziegler RJ, Salegio EA, Dodge JC, Bringas J, Treleaven CM, Bercury SD, Tamsett TJ, Shihabuddin L, Hadaczek P, Fiandaca M, Bankiewicz K, Scheule RK. Distribution of acid sphingomyelinase in rodent and non-human primate brain after intracerebroventricular infusion. Exp Neurol. 2011 Oct; 231(2):261-71. PMID: 21777586.
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      9. Richardson RM, Gimenez F, Salegio EA, Su X, Bringas J, Berger MS, Bankiewicz KS. T2 imaging in monitoring of intraparenchymal real-time convection-enhanced delivery. Neurosurgery. 2011 Jul; 69(1):154-63; discussion 163. PMID: 21430597.
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      10. Richardson RM, Kells AP, Rosenbluth KH, Salegio EA, Fiandaca MS, Larson PS, Starr PA, Martin AJ, Lonser RR, Federoff HJ, Forsayeth JR, Bankiewicz KS. Interventional MRI-guided putaminal delivery of AAV2-GDNF for a planned clinical trial in Parkinson's disease. Mol Ther. 2011 Jun; 19(6):1048-57. PMID: 21343917; PMCID: PMC3129792.
      11. Salegio EA, Pollard AN, Smith M, Zhou XF. Macrophage presence is essential for the regeneration of ascending afferent fibres following a conditioning sciatic nerve lesion in adult rats. BMC Neurosci. 2011; 12:11. PMID: 21251261; PMCID: PMC3039622.
      12. Fiandaca MS, Salegio EA, Yin D, Richardson RM, Valles FE, Larson PS, Starr PA, Lonser RR, Bankiewicz KS. Human/nonhuman primate AC-PC ratio--considerations for translational brain measurements. J Neurosci Methods. 2011 Mar 15; 196(1):124-30. PMID: 21185868; PMCID: PMC3042049.
      13. Salegio EA, Pollard AN, Smith M, Zhou XF. Sciatic nerve conditioning lesion increases macrophage response but it does not promote the regeneration of injured optic nerves. Brain Res. 2010 Nov 18; 1361:12-22. PMID: 20863815.
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      14. Salegio EA, Kells AP, Richardson RM, Hadaczek P, Forsayeth J, Bringas J, Sardi SP, Passini MA, Shihabuddin LS, Cheng SH, Fiandaca MS, Bankiewicz KS. Magnetic resonance imaging-guided delivery of adeno-associated virus type 2 to the primate brain for the treatment of lysosomal storage disorders. Hum Gene Ther. 2010 Sep; 21(9):1093-103. PMID: 20408734; PMCID: PMC2936496.
      15. Su X, Kells AP, Salegio EA, Salegio EA, Richardson RM, Hadaczek P, Beyer J, Bringas J, Pivirotto P, Forsayeth J, Bankiewicz KS. Real-time MR imaging with Gadoteridol predicts distribution of transgenes after convection-enhanced delivery of AAV2 vectors. Mol Ther. 2010 Aug; 18(8):1490-5. PMID: 20551915; PMCID: PMC2927064.
      16. Wang YJ, Valadares D, Sun Y, Wang X, Zhong JH, Liu XH, Majd S, Chen L, Gao CY, Chen S, Lim Y, Pollard A, Salegio EA, Aguilar E, Gai WP, Yang M, Zhou XF. Effects of proNGF on neuronal viability, neurite growth and amyloid-beta metabolism. Neurotox Res. 2010 Apr; 17(3):257-67. PMID: 19680737.
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      17. Salegio EA. . Handbook of Macrophages: Life Cycle, Functions and Diseases. Diverse Functionality of Macrophages after Axonal Injury to the Central Nervous System.
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