Melanie B. Elliott, PhD

Melanie B. Elliott, PhD

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1025 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-3776

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Frequent mild head injury promotes trigeminal sensitivity concomitant with microglial proliferation, astrocytosis, and increased neuropeptide levels in the trigeminal pain system
  2. The role of adenosine signaling in headache: A review
  3. Trigeminal Pain Molecules, Allodynia, and Photosensitivity Are Pharmacologically and Genetically Modulated in a Model of Traumatic Brain Injury
  4. IV and IP administration of rhodamine in visualization of WBC-BBB interactions in cerebral vessels
  5. Mechanical alloydnia induced by traumatic brain injury is independent of restraint stress
  6. Delayed thalamic astrocytosis and disrupted sleep-wake patterns in a preclinical model of traumatic brain injury
  7. Cannabinoid receptor type-2 stimulation, blockade, and deletion alter the vascular inflammatory responses to traumatic brain injury
  8. A cannabinoid type 2 receptor agonist attenuates blood-brain barrier damage and neurodegeneration in a murine model of traumatic brain injury
  9. Nociceptive neuropeptide increases and periorbital allodynia in a model of traumatic brain injury
  10. Acute effects of a selective cannabinoid-2 receptor agonist on neuroinflammation in a model of traumatic brain injury
  11. A murine model of hypertonic saline as a treatment for acute spinal cord injury: Effects on autonomic outcome - Laboratory investigation
  12. Performance of a repetitive task by aged rats leads to median neuropathy and spinal cord inflammation with associated sensorimotor declines
  13. Hypertonic saline attenuates tissue loss and astrocyte hypertrophy in a model of traumatic brain injury
  14. Spinal substance P and neurokinin-1 increase with high repetition reaching
  15. High force reaching task induces widespread inflammation, increased spinal cord neurochemicals and neuropathic pain
  16. Serum and tissue cytokines and chemokines increase with repetitive upper extremity tasks
  17. Commentary on viewpoint: Exercise and cardiovascular risk reduction: Time to update the rationale for exercise?
  18. Peripheral neuritis and increased spinal cord neurochemicals are induced in a model of repetitive motion injury with low force and repetition exposure
  19. An investigation of cerebral edema and injury volume assessments for controlled cortical impact injury
  20. Effects of crystalloid-colloid solutions on traumatic brain injury