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Beaud, M L; Rouiller, E M; Bloch, J; Mir, A; Schwab, M E; Wannier, T; Schmidlin, E (2012). Invasion of lesion territory by regenerating fibers after spinal cord injury in adult macaque monkeys. Neuroscience, 277:271-282.

Freund, P; Schmidlin, E; Wannier, T; Bloch, J; Mir, A; Schwab, M E; Rouiller, E M (2009). Anti-Nogo-A antibody treatment promotes recovery of manual dexterity after unilateral cervical lesion in adult primates--re-examination and extension of behavioral data. European Journal of Neuroscience, 29(5):983-996.

Geiser Kamber, M; Steiger, A; Aus der Au, C; Baertschi, B; Bondolfi, A; Brenner, A; Bürki, K; Durrer, H; Guztwiller, A; Heiniger, B; Hummler, E; Jakob, S; Kuehnle, K; Lanzrein, B; Ledermann, B; Leuthold, W; Matter, B; Reiderer, B; Rippe, K P; Stadler, B; Tinner, M; Wannier, T (2009). Interspecies crosses: aspects of animal protection. ALTEX : Alternativen zu Tierexperimenten, 26(3):227-231.

Beaud, M L; Schmidlin, E; Wannier, T; Freund, P; Bloch, J; Mir, A; Schwab, M E; Rouiller, E M (2008). Anti-Nogo-A antibody treatment does not prevent cell body shrinkage in the motor cortex in adult monkeys subjected to unilateral cervical cord lesion. BMC Neuroscience, 9:5.

Wannier-Morino, P; Schmidlin, E; Freund, P; Belhaj-Saif, A; Bloch, J; Mir, A; Schwab, M E; Rouiller, E M; Wannier, T (2008). Fate of rubrospinal neurons after unilateral section of the cervical spinal cord in adult macaque monkeys: effects of an antibody treatment neutralizing Nogo-A. Brain Research, 1217:96-109.

Boussaoud, D; Tanné-Gariépy, J; Wannier, T; Rouiller, E M (2005). Callosal connections of dorsal versus ventral premotor areas in the macaque monkey: a multiple retrograde tracing study. BMC Neuroscience, 6:67.

Schmidlin, E D; Wannier, T; Bloch, J; Belhaj-Saif, A M; Wyss, A F; Rouiller, E M (2005). Reduction of the hand representation in the ipsilateral primary motor cortex following unilateral section of the corticospinal tract at cervical level in monkeys. BMC Neuroscience, 6:56.

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