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The Hou Laboratory Publications


View complete list of published work from the NCBI.

“The susceptibility of cardiac arrhythmias after spinal cord crush injury in rats”
Fernandes S, Oatman E, Weinberger J, Dixon A, Osei-Owusu P, Hou S
Experimental Neurology Aug 8; 357:114200 (2022). Online ahead of print. PMID: 35952765

“Deciphering spinal endogenous dopaminergic mechanisms that modulate micturition reflexes in rats with spinal cord injury”
Hou S, DeFinis JH, Daugherty SL, Tang C, Weinberger J, de Groat WC
eNeuro 8(4): 0157-21 (2021). PMID: 34244339

“Dual-Pseudorabies Viral Tracing for Spinal Tyrosine Hydroxylase Interneurons Involved in Segmental Micturition Reflex Circuitry in Spinal Cord Injured Rats”
DeFinis JH, Hou S
Neurotrauma Report. 2(1):660-668 (2021). PMID: 35018366

“Spinal dopaminergic mechanisms regulating the micturition reflex in male rats with complete spinal cord injury”
Qiao Y, Brodnik ZD, Zhao S, Trueblood CT, Li Z, Tom VJ, España RA, Hou S
Journal of Neurotrauma 38(6):803-817 (2021). PMID: 33297828

“Alterations of dopamine-related transcripts in A11 diencephalospinal pathways after spinal cord injury”
Zhao S, DeFinis JH, Hou S
Neural Plasticity (2021). doi: 10.1155/2021/8838932. PMID: 33510781

“Grafting embryonic raphe neurons reestablishes serotonergic regulation of sympathetic activity to improve cardiovascular function after spinal cord injury”
Hou S, Saltos TM, Mironets E, Trueblood CT, Connors TM, Tom VJ
The Journal of Neuroscience 40(6):1248-1264 (2020). PMID: 31896670

“Development of cardiovascular dysfunction in a rat spinal cord crush model and responses to serotonergic interventions”
Trueblood CT, Iredia IW, Collyer ES, Tom VJ, Hou S
Journal of Neurotrauma 36(9):1478-1486 (2019). PMID: 30362884

“Dopamine is produced in the rat spinal cord and regulates micturition reflex after spinal cord injury”
Hou S, Carson DM, Wu D, Klaw MC, Houlé JD, Tom VJ
Experimental Neurology 285 (2016) 136-146

“Autonomic consequences of spinal cord injury”
Hou S, Rabchevsky AG
Comprehensive Physiology 4: 1419-1453 (2014) (Overview)

“Partial restoration of cardiovascular dysfunction by embryonic neural stem cell grafts after complete spinal cord transection”
Hou S, Tom VJ, Graham L, Lu P, Blesch A
The Journal of Neuroscience 33: 17138-17149 (2013)

“Dependence of regenerated sensory axons on continuous neurotrophin-3 delivery”
Hou S, Nicholson L, Niekerk E, Motsch M, Blesch A
The Journal of Neuroscience 32:13206-13220 (2012)

“Plasticity of lumbosacral propriospinal neurons is associated with the development of autonomic dysreflexia after thoracic spinal cord transection”
Hou S, Duale, H, Cameron AA, Abshare SM, Lyttle TS, Rabchevsky AG
Journal of Comparative Neurology 509: 382-399 (2008)

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Research image from the Hou Lab at Drexel University College of Medicine.