Browsing publications by Dr Ahmad Khundakar

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr Ahmad Khundakar
The role of 5-hydroxytryptamine receptor subtypes in the regulation of brain-derived neurotrophic factor gene expression2014
Dr Ahmad Khundakar
Professor Alan Thomas
Cellular Morphometry in Late-Life Depression: A Review of Postmortem Studies2014
Matthew Burke
Lucy Nelson
Janet Slade
Arthur Oakley
Dr Ahmad Khundakar
et al.
Morphometry of the hippocampal microvasculature in post-stroke and age-related dementias2014
Lizzie Gemmell
Dr Louise Allan
Roslyn Hall
Dr Ahmad Khundakar
Arthur Oakley
et al.
Neuron Volumes in Hippocampal Subfields in Delayed Poststroke and Aging-Related Dementias2014
Dr Ahmad Khundakar
Professor Alan Thomas
The Possible Applications (And Pitfalls!) Of Stereological Analysis In Postmortem Brain Research2014
Dr Ahmad Khundakar
Effects of repeated 5-HT6 receptor stimulation on BDNF gene expression and cell survival2013
Vincent Foster
Arthur Oakley
Dr Jonathan Slade
Dr Ahmad Khundakar
Professor Raj Kalaria
et al.
Selective neuronal changes in prefrontal cortex of post-stroke dementia and ageing-related dementias2013
Lizzie Gemmell
Dr Helen Bosomworth
Dr Louise Allan
Roslyn Hall
Dr Ahmad Khundakar
et al.
Hippocampal Neuronal Atrophy and Cognitive Function in Delayed Poststroke and Aging-Related Dementias2012
Dr Helen Bosomworth
Dr Ahmad Khundakar
Dr Tuomo Polvikoski
Professor Raj Kalaria
Hippocampal neuronal densities and volumes in ageing related dementias and post-stroke survivors2012
Dr Ahmad Khundakar
Dr Christopher Morris
Arthur Oakley
Professor Alan Thomas
A morphometric examination of neuronal and glial cell pathology in the orbitofrontal cortex in late-life depression2011
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