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Patrick Reeson, PhD

TitlePostdoctoral Scholar
InstitutionUniversity of California San Francisco
DepartmentPhysiology
Address675 Nelson Rising Lane
San Francisco CA 94158
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    1. Taylor S, Mehina E, White E, Reeson P, Yongblah K, Doyle KP, Brown CE. Suppressing interferon gamma stimulates microglial responses and repair of microbleeds in the diabetic brain. J Neurosci. 2018 Sep 10. PMID: 30201775.
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    2. Reeson P, Choi K, Brown CE. VEGF signaling regulates the fate of obstructed capillaries in mouse cortex. Elife. 2018 Apr 26; 7. PMID: 29697373.
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    3. Reeson P, Jeffery A, Brown CE. Illuminating the Effects of Stroke on the Diabetic Brain: Insights From Imaging Neural and Vascular Networks in Experimental Animal Models. Diabetes. 2016 07; 65(7):1779-88. PMID: 27329953.
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    4. Nahirney PC, Reeson P, Brown CE. Ultrastructural analysis of blood-brain barrier breakdown in the peri-infarct zone in young adult and aged mice. J Cereb Blood Flow Metab. 2016 Feb; 36(2):413-25. PMID: 26661190; PMCID: PMC4759675 [Available on 02/01/17].
    5. Reeson P, Tennant KA, Gerrow K, Wang J, Weiser Novak S, Thompson K, Lockhart KL, Holmes A, Nahirney PC, Brown CE. Delayed inhibition of VEGF signaling after stroke attenuates blood-brain barrier breakdown and improves functional recovery in a comorbidity-dependent manner. J Neurosci. 2015 Apr 01; 35(13):5128-43. PMID: 25834040.
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    6. Seto A, Taylor S, Trudeau D, Swan I, Leung J, Reeson P, Delaney KR, Brown CE. Induction of ischemic stroke in awake freely moving mice reveals that isoflurane anesthesia can mask the benefits of a neuroprotection therapy. Front Neuroenergetics. 2014; 6:1. PMID: 24765075; PMCID: PMC3982055.