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Erythropoetin Bibliography

“Emerging biological roles for erythropoietin in the nervous system”,  Brines M and Cerami A.  Nature Reviews Neuroscience, June/2005; Vol. 6, pp:484-494.

“Exogenous erythropoietin protects against dorsal root ganglion apoptosis and pain following peripheral nerve injury”,  Campana WM and Myers R, Eur. J. or Neuroscience, 2003;Vol. 18, pp: 1497-1506.

“Neuroprotection in the PNS: Erythropoietin and Immunophilin Ligands”, Hoke A, and Keswani SC, Ann. N.Y. Aca. Sci 2005; 1053: 491-501.

“Erythropoietin inhibits spinal neuronal apoptosis and pain following nerve root crush”, Sekigushi Y, Kikuchi S, Myers R, Campana WM in Spine, 2003; Vol. 28, #23 pp: 2577-2584.

“Erythropoietin promotes the recovery of erectile function following cavernous nerve injury”, Allaf M, Hoke A, and Burnett A.  J. of Neurol, November/2005; 171(5): 2064-4.

“Effective recombinant human erythropoietin on anemia and disease activity in patients with rheumatoid arthritis and anemia of chronic disease: a randomized placebo controlled double-blind 52 week clinical trial”, Peeters H, Jongen-Lavrenci M, Vreugdenhil G, and Swaak A.  Ann. Of Rheumatic Disease, 1996; Vol. 55, pp: 739-744.

“Beneficial effect of erythropoietin on experimental allergic encephalomyelitis”, Li W, Maeda Y, Yuan R, et al, Ann. Of Neurol 2004; 56:767-777.

“Erythropoietin administration protects retinal neurons from acute ischemia – reperfusion injury”, Junk A, Mammis A, Savitz S, et al, PNAS August 6, 2002; Vol. 99, #16, pp: 10659-10664.

“Erythropoietin: a candidate compound for neural protection in schizophrenia”, Ehrenreich H, Degner D, Meller J, etc., Molecular Psych 2004; 9, pp: 42-54.

“Erythropoietin: a novel neuroprotective cytokine”, Bartesaghi S, Marinvich M, Corsini E, et al, Neurotoxicology 2005; Vol. 26, pp: 923-928.

“A paradigm shift for erythropoietin: no longer a specialized growth factor, but rather an all-purpose tissue protective agent”, Savino R and Ciliberto G, Cell Death & Differentiation July/2004; Vol. 11, Supplement 1, pp: S2-4.