Publications by Stefanie Robel

Shandra O, Winemiller AR, Heithoff BP, Munoz-Ballester C, George K, Benko MJ, Zuidhoek I, Besser MN, Curley DE, Edwards GF 3rd, Mey A, Harrington AN, Kitchen JP, Robel S. (2019). Repetitive Diffuse Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Causes an Atypical Astrocyte Response and Spontaneous Recurrent Seizures. Journal of Neuroscience: 1067-18.

Robel S, Buckingham SC, Boni JL, Campbell SL, Danbolt NC, Riedmann T, Sutor B, Sontheimer H. (2015). Reactive astrogliosis causes the development of spontaneous seizures. Journal of Neuroscience 35(8): 3330-45.

Robel S, Sontheimer H. (2015). Glia as active players in acquired epilepsy. Nature Neuroscience.

Kimbrough IF*, Robel S*, Roberson E, Sontheimer H. (2015). Vascular amyloidosis impairs the gliovascular unit in the hAPPJ20 mouse model of Alzheimer disease. BRAIN.

Watkins S, Robel S, Kimbrough IK, Robert SM, Ellis-Davies G, Sontheimer H. (2014). Disruption of astrocyte-vascular coupling and the blood-brain barrier by invading glioma cells. Nature Communications 5.

Buckingham SC, Robel S. (2013). Glutamate and tumor-associated epilepsy: glial cell dysfunction in the peritumoral environment. Neurochemistry International 63(7).

Robel S, Baradehle S, Lepier A, Brakebusch C, Gotz M. (2011). Genetic deletion of Cdc42 reveals a crucial role for astrocyte recruitment to the injury site in vitro and in vivo. Journal of Neuroscience 31(35): 12471-82.

Robel S, Berninger B, Gotz M. (2011). The stem cell potential of glia: lessons from reactive gliosis. Nature Reviews Neuroscience 12(2): 88-104.

Robel S, Tetsuji M, Zoubaa S, Schlegel J, Sirko S, Faissner A, Goebbels S, Dimou L, Gotz M. (2009). Conditional deletion of β1-Integrin in astroglia causes partial reactive gliosis. GLIA 57(15): 1630-47.