Irene Llorente

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UCLA Assistant Researcher, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA

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635 Charles Young Dr NRB407
Los Angeles, CA 90095


A selected list of publications:

Nih Lina R, Moshayedi Pouria, Llorente Irene L, Berg Andrew R, Cinkornpumin Jessica, Lowry William E, Segura Tatiana, Carmichael S Thomas   Engineered HA hydrogel for stem cell transplantation in the brain: Biocompatibility data using a design of experiment approach Data in brief, 2017; 10: 202-209.
Nunez Stefanie, Doroudchi M Mehdi, Gleichman Amy J, Ng Kwan L, Llorente Irene L, Sozmen Elif G, Carmichael S Thomas, Hinman Jason D   A Versatile Murine Model of Subcortical White Matter Stroke for the Study of Axonal Degeneration and White Matter Neurobiology Journal of visualized experiments : JoVE, 2016; (109): .
Sozmen Elif G, Rosenzweig Shira, Llorente Irene L, DiTullio David J, Machnicki Michal, Vinters Harry V, Havton Lief A, Giger Roman J, Hinman Jason D, Carmichael S Thomas   Nogo receptor blockade overcomes remyelination failure after white matter stroke and stimulates functional recovery in aged mice Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2016; 113(52): E8453-E8462.
Moshayedi Pouria, Nih Lina R, Llorente Irene L, Berg Andrew R, Cinkornpumin Jessica, Lowry William E, Segura Tatiana, Carmichael S Thomas   Systematic optimization of an engineered hydrogel allows for selective control of human neural stem cell survival and differentiation after transplantation in the stroke brain Biomaterials, 2016; 105: 145-55.
Llorente I L, Landucci E, Pellegrini-Giampietro D E, Fernández-López A   Glutamate receptor and transporter modifications in rat organotypic hippocampal slice cultures exposed to oxygen-glucose deprivation: the contribution of cyclooxygenase-2 Neuroscience, 2015; 292: 118-28.
Pérez-Rodríguez Diego, Anuncibay-Soto Berta, Llorente Irene L, Pérez-García Carlos C, Fernández-López Arsenio   Hippocampus and cerebral cortex present a different autophagic response after oxygen and glucose deprivation in an ex vivo rat brain slice model Neuropathology and applied neurobiology, 2015; 41(4): e68-79.
Anuncibay-Soto Berta, Pérez-Rodríguez Diego, Llorente Irene L, Regueiro-Purriños Marta, Gonzalo-Orden José Manuel, Fernández-López Arsenio   Age-dependent modifications in vascular adhesion molecules and apoptosis after 48-h reperfusion in a rat global cerebral ischemia model Age (Dordrecht, Netherlands), 2014; 36(5): 9703.
Llorente Irene L, Pérez-Rodríguez Diego, Burgin Taiana C, Gonzalo-Orden José M, Martínez-Villayandre Beatriz, Fernández-López Arsenio   Age and meloxicam modify the response of the glutamate vesicular transporters (VGLUTs) after transient global cerebral ischemia in the rat brain Brain research bulletin, 2013; 94: 90-7.
Llorente Irene L, Perez-Rodriguez Diego, Martínez-Villayandre Beatriz, Dos-Anjos Severiano, Darlison Mark G, Poole Amy V, Fernández-López Arsenio   GABA(A) receptor chloride channels are involved in the neuroprotective role of GABA following oxygen and glucose deprivation in the rat cerebral cortex but not in the hippocampus Brain research, 2013; 1533: 141-51.
Llorente Irene L, Burgin Taiana C, Pérez-Rodríguez Diego, Martínez-Villayandre Beatriz, Pérez-García Carlos C, Fernández-López Arsenio   Unfolded protein response to global ischemia following 48 h of reperfusion in the rat brain: the effect of age and meloxicam Journal of neurochemistry, 2013; 127(5): 701-10.
Montori S, Dos Anjos S, Poole A, Regueiro-Purriños M M, Llorente I L, Darlison M G, Fernández-López A, Martínez-Villayandre B   Differential effect of transient global ischaemia on the levels of γ-aminobutyric acid type A (GABA(A)) receptor subunit mRNAs in young and older rats Neuropathology and applied neurobiology, 2012; 38(7): 710-22.
Montori Sheyla, Martínez-Villayandre Beatriz, Dos-Anjos Severiano, Llorente Irene L, Burgin Taiana C, Fernández-López Arsenio   Age-dependent modifications in the mRNA levels of the rat excitatory amino acid transporters (EAATs) at 48hour reperfusion following global ischemia Brain research, 2010; 1358: 11-9.

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