Martin Parent
Martin Parent
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Organization of the basal ganglia: the importance of axonal collateralization
A Parent, F Sato, Y Wu, J Gauthier, M Lévesque, M Parent
Trends in neurosciences 23, S20-S27, 2000
3412000
Computational analysis of subthalamic nucleus and lenticular fasciculus activation during therapeutic deep brain stimulation
S Miocinovic, M Parent, CR Butson, PJ Hahn, GS Russo, JL Vitek, ...
Journal of neurophysiology 96 (3), 1569-1580, 2006
3372006
Maladaptive plasticity of serotonin axon terminals in levodopa‐induced dyskinesia
D Rylander, M Parent, SS O'Sullivan, S Dovero, AJ Lees, E Bezard, ...
Annals of neurology 68 (5), 619-628, 2010
2392010
The pallidofugal motor fiber system in primates
M Parent, A Parent
Parkinsonism & related disorders 10 (4), 203-211, 2004
225*2004
Axonal branching pattern of neurons of the subthalamic nucleus in primates
F Sato, M Parent, M Levesque, A Parent
Journal of Comparative Neurology 424 (1), 142-152, 2000
2082000
Neural transplants in patients with Huntington's disease undergo disease-like neuronal degeneration
F Cicchetti, S Saporta, RA Hauser, M Parent, M Saint-Pierre, PR Sanberg, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (30), 12483-12488, 2009
1922009
Two types of projection neurons in the internal pallidum of primates: single‐axon tracing and three‐dimensional reconstruction
M Parent, M Lévesque, A Parent
Journal of Comparative Neurology 439 (2), 162-175, 2001
1842001
Exosome secretion is a key pathway for clearance of pathological TDP-43
Y Iguchi, L Eid, M Parent, G Soucy, C Bareil, Y Riku, K Kawai, S Takagi, ...
Brain 139 (12), 3187-3201, 2016
1602016
The axonal arborization of single nigrostriatal neurons in rats
J Gauthier, M Parent, M Lévesque, A Parent
Brain research 834 (1-2), 228-232, 1999
1261999
Aberrant lipid metabolism in the forebrain niche suppresses adult neural stem cell proliferation in an animal model of Alzheimer’s disease
LK Hamilton, M Dufresne, SE Joppé, S Petryszyn, A Aumont, F Calon, ...
Cell stem cell 17 (4), 397-411, 2015
1252015
Serotonin and dopamine striatal innervation in Parkinson’s disease and Huntington’s chorea
C Bédard, MJ Wallman, E Pourcher, PV Gould, A Parent, M Parent
Parkinsonism & related disorders 17 (8), 593-598, 2011
1152011
Single‐axon tracing and three‐dimensional reconstruction of centre median‐parafascicular thalamic neurons in primates
M Parent, A Parent
Journal of Comparative Neurology 481 (1), 127-144, 2005
1152005
Single‐axon tracing study of corticostriatal projections arising from primary motor cortex in primates
M Parent, A Parent
Journal of Comparative Neurology 496 (2), 202-213, 2006
1082006
The role of dopamine in Huntington's disease
C Cepeda, KPS Murphy, M Parent, MS Levine
Progress in brain research 211, 235-254, 2014
942014
Striatal neurons expressing D 1 and D 2 receptors are morphologically distinct and differently affected by dopamine denervation in mice
D Gagnon, S Petryszyn, MG Sanchez, C Bories, JM Beaulieu, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-16, 2017
882017
Substantia nigra and Parkinson's disease: a brief history of their long and intimate relationship
M Parent, A Parent
Canadian journal of neurological sciences 37 (3), 313-319, 2010
872010
Serotonin innervation of basal ganglia in monkeys and humans
M Parent, MJ Wallman, D Gagnon, A Parent
Journal of chemical neuroanatomy 41 (4), 256-265, 2011
842011
A re-evaluation of the current model of the basal ganglia
A Parent, M Lévesque, M Parent
Parkinsonism & Related Disorders 7 (3), 193-198, 2001
792001
Serotonin innervation of human basal ganglia
MJ Wallman, D Gagnon, M Parent
European Journal of Neuroscience 33 (8), 1519-1532, 2011
732011
Microglial implication in Parkinson’s disease: loss of beneficial physiological roles or gain of inflammatory functions?
C Lecours, M Bordeleau, L Cantin, M Parent, TD Paolo, MÈ Tremblay
Frontiers in cellular neuroscience 12, 282, 2018
622018
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