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Xiang Bai, Ph.D., B.M.

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  1. F32NS096800 (BAI, XIANG) Apr 1, 2016 - Mar 31, 2019
    NIH
    Genetic Analysis of the Abeta tau Interaction
    Role: Principal Investigator
  2. Translational Science Training grant (BAI, XIANG) Sep 1, 2011 - Aug 31, 2012
    University of Texas System Graduate Training Initiative
    Effects of rapamycin on motor dysfunction and neuropathology in mouse and marmoset Parkinson's disease models induced by 1-methyl-4-phenyl-1,2,3,6- tetrahydropyridine
    Role: Principal Investigator

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  1. Bai X, Wey MC, Fernandez E, Hart MJ, Gelfond J, Bokov AF, Rani S, Strong R. Rapamycin improves motor function, reduces 4-hydroxynonenal adducted protein in brain, and attenuates synaptic injury in a mouse model of synucleinopathy. Pathobiol Aging Age Relat Dis. 2015; 5:28743. PMID: 26306821; PMCID: PMC4549373.
  2. Bai X, Strong R. Expression of synaptophysin protein in different dopaminergic cell lines. J Biochem Pharmacol Res. 2014 Dec; 2(4):185-190. PMID: 26279968.
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  3. Bai X, Hussong SA. A new mouse model to study compensatory mechanisms that support normal motor function in Parkinson's disease. J Biochem Pharmacol Res. 2014 Jun; 2(2):54-56. PMID: 26405617.
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  4. Bai X, Fermandez E, Gould G, Strong R. Homozygous Deletion of Glutathione Peroxidase 1 and Aldehyde Dehydrogenase 1a1 Genes Is Not Associated with Schizophrenia-Like Behavior in Mice. J Biochem Pharmacol Res. 2013 Dec 01; 1(4):228-235. PMID: 24494173.
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  5. Eppolito AK, Bai X, Gerak LR. Discriminative stimulus effects of pregnanolone in rats: role of training dose in determining mechanism of action. Psychopharmacology (Berl). 2012 Sep; 223(2):139-47. PMID: 22526532; PMCID: PMC3490492.
  6. Bai X, France CP, Gerak LR. The discriminative stimulus effects of midazolam are resistant to modulation by morphine, amphetamine, dizocilpine, and ?-butyrolactone in rhesus monkeys. Psychopharmacology (Berl). 2011 Oct; 217(4):495-504. PMID: 21503606; PMCID: PMC3195358.
  7. Bai X, Gerak LR. Comparing the discriminative stimuli produced by either the neuroactive steroid pregnanolone or the benzodiazepine midazolam in rats. Psychopharmacology (Berl). 2011 Mar; 214(2):427-35. PMID: 20972551; PMCID: PMC3030657.
  8. Liu X, Liu M, Zhang J, Bai X, Ramos F, Van Remmen H, Richardson A, Liu FY, Dong LQ, Liu F. Downregulation of Grb2 contributes to the insulin-sensitizing effect of calorie restriction. Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab. 2009 May; 296(5):E1067-75. PMID: 19240254; PMCID: PMC2681306.
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