Peter Tobias Nelson
Neuropathologist | Neuropathology800 Rose Street Lexington KY, 40536
Dr. Peter Nelson is a Neuropsychiatrist practicing in Lexington, KY. Dr. Nelson studies, evaluates, diagnoses, and treats mental disorders attributable to diseases of the nervous system. Neuropsychiatrists are trained to treat disorders occurring in patients due to irritability, attention deficit disorder, epilepsy, and many other conditions.
Education and Training
University of Chicago Division of the Biological Sciences The Pritzker School of Medicine 1998
PathologyAmerican Board of PathologyABP- Neuropathology
Expert PublicationsData provided by the National Library of Medicine
- Optimizing gene expression analysis in archival brain tissue.
- miRNP:mRNA association in polyribosomes in a human neuronal cell line.
- A combined computational-experimental approach predicts human microRNA targets.
- Increased epitope-specific CD8+ T cells prevent murine coronavirus spread to the spinal cord and subsequent demyelination.
- Microarray-based, high-throughput gene expression profiling of microRNAs.
- RAKE and LNA-ISH reveal microRNA expression and localization in archival human brain.
- Energizing miRNA research: a review of the role of miRNAs in lipid metabolism, with a prediction that miR-103/107 regulates human metabolic pathways.
- An mRNA m7G cap binding-like motif within human Ago2 represses translation.
- RNA in brain disease: no longer just "the messenger in the middle".
- A novel monoclonal antibody against human Argonaute proteins reveals unexpected characteristics of miRNAs in human blood cells.
- MicroRNAs (miRNAs) in neurodegenerative diseases.
- The expression of microRNA miR-107 decreases early in Alzheimer's disease and may
- Focus on RNA isolation: obtaining RNA for microRNA (miRNA) expression profiling analyses of neural tissue.
- Dicer loss in striatal neurons produces behavioral and neuroanatomical phenotypes in the absence of neurodegeneration.
- Technical variables in high-throughput miRNA expression profiling: much work remains to be done.
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