LRRK2 and neurodegeneration
Neuropathology provides new insight in the pathogenesis of the sudden infant death syndrome
Serotoninergic receptor 1A in the sudden infant death syndrome brainstem medulla and associations with clinical risk factors
Hypoxic-ischemic changes in SIDS brains as demonstrated by a reduction in MAP2-reactive neurons
Leptomeningeal neurons are a common finding in infants and are increased in sudden infant death syndrome
“Necklace” fibers, a new histological marker of late-onset MTM1 -related centronuclear myopathy
Differential involvement of sarcomeric proteins in myofibrillar myopathies
Assessment of β-amyloid deposits in human brain
Deletion of macrophage migration inhibitory factor attenuates neuronal death and promotes functional recovery after compression-induced spinal cord injury in mice
A patient with Huntington's disease and long-surviving fetal neural transplants that developed mass lesions
Sarcoplasmic hexagonally cross-linked tubular arrays immunostain for caveolin-3
Kurt Jellinger Prize 2009 for Outstanding Scientific Writing in Neuropathology