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Class of 2008
Name
Trigo, Diogo
Nationality
Portuguese
E-Mail
trigo.diogo@ua.pt
1st Degree
Biochemistry
University (1st Degree)
Universidade do Porto
About the PhD
Field of Research
Neuroscience, Neuroinflammation
Thesis Title
The Role Of The Periaxonal Space In Sustained Impulse Conduction
Supervisor(s)
Kenneth J. Smith
University
University College London
Laboratory
Department of Neuroinflammation
City
London
Country
United Kingdom
Date of Thesis Defence
2013-10-22
After the PhD (Current Situation)
Position
Posdoctoral researcher
Project
pAGE
Institution
Universidade de Aveiro
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City
Aveiro
Country
Portugal

Relevant Publications
Axonal morphological changes following impulse activity in mouse peripheral nerve in vivo: the return pathway for sodium ions
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Neuronal RAR Signaling Modulates PTEN Activity Directly
in Neurons and via Exosome Transfer in Astrocytes to
Prevent Glial Scar Formation and Induce Spinal Cord
Regeneration
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Publications
Impulse Conduction Increases Mitochondrial Transport in Adult Mammalian Peripheral Nerves In Vivo
M. Sajic, V. Mastrolia, C. Y. Lee, D.Trigo, M. Sadeghian, A. J. Mosley, N. A. Gregson, M. R. Duchen, K.J. Smith
PLoS Biology. December 31, 2013DOI: 10.1371/journal.pbio.1001754
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2017-10-06 14:35:47

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