Danielle Lasure-bryant is an Addiction Medicine Physician in BRANDYWINE, MD. Danielle evaluates patients using many different procedures, in order to determine what treatments must be carried out in order to properly assess their symptoms. Addiction Medicine Physicians provide medical care in addition to consultation for each patient and their families.
- Differential gene expression in astrocytes from human normal and glaucomatous optic nerve head analyzed by cDNA microarray.
- Tissue differential microarray analysis of dexamethasone induction reveals potential mechanisms of steroid glaucoma.
- Purification of astrocytes from adult human optic nerve heads by immunopanning.
- DNA microarray analysis of gene expression in human optic nerve head astrocytes in response to hydrostatic pressure.
- Responses and signaling pathways in human optic nerve head astrocytes exposed to hydrostatic pressure in vitro.
- Vitreous glutamate concentration and axon loss in monkeys with experimental glaucoma.
- Genetic networks controlling retinal injury.
- Androgen receptor and NFkB expression in human normal and glaucomatous optic nerve head astrocytes in vitro and in experimental glaucoma.
- A neuroactive steroid 5alpha-androstane-3alpha,17beta-diol regulates androgen receptor level in astrocytes.
- Expression of ephrinB1 and its receptor in glaucomatous optic neuropathy.
- Pressure induces loss of gap junction communication and redistribution of connexin 43 in astrocytes.
- Population differences in elastin maturation in optic nerve head tissue and astrocytes.
- Quantification of retinal transneuronal degeneration in human glaucoma: a novel multiphoton-DAPI approach.
- Antiangiogenic characteristics of astrocytes from optic nerve heads with primary open-angle glaucoma.
- Susceptibility to glaucoma: differential comparison of the astrocyte transcriptome from glaucomatous African American and Caucasian American donors.
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