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TDP-43 pathology disrupts nuclear pore complexes and nucleocytoplasmic transport in ALS/FTD
CC Chou, Y Zhang, ME Umoh, SW Vaughan, I Lorenzini, F Liu, M Sayegh, ...
Nature Neuroscience 21 (2), 228-239, 2018
3842018
Post-transcriptional Inhibition of Hsc70-4/HSPA8 Expression Leads to Synaptic Vesicle Cycling Defects in Multiple Models of ALS
AN Coyne, I Lorenzini, CC Chou, M Torvund, RS Rogers, A Starr, ...
Cell Reports 21 (1), 110-125, 2017
762017
The survival of motor neuron protein acts as a molecular chaperone for mRNP assembly
PG Donlin-Asp, C Fallini, J Campos, CC Chou, ME Merritt, HC Phan, ...
Cell reports 18 (7), 1660-1673, 2017
632017
Anatomical and functional evidence for trace amines as unique modulators of locomotor function in the mammalian spinal cord
EA Gozal, BE O'Neill, MA Sawchuk, H Zhu, M Halder, CC Chou, ...
Frontiers in Neural Circuits 8, 134, 2014
532014
Effects of botulinum toxin landmark-guided intra-articular injection in subjects with knee osteoarthritis
LF Hsieh, CW Wu, CC Chou, SW Yang, SH Wu, YJ Lin, WC Hsu
PM&R 8 (12), 1127-1135, 2016
372016
Cycling regimen induces spinal circuitry plasticity and improves leg muscle coordination in individuals with spinocerebellar ataxia
YJ Chang, CC Chou, WT Huang, CS Lu, AM Wong, MJ Hsu
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 96 (6), 1006-1013, 2015
362015
PABPN1 suppresses TDP-43 toxicity in ALS disease models
CC Chou, OM Alexeeva, S Yamada, A Pribadi, Y Zhang, B Mo, ...
Hum. Mol. Genet. 24 (18), 5154-5173, 2015
242015
Increases of quadriceps inter-muscular cross-correlation and coherence during exhausting stepping exercise
YJ Chang, CC Chou, HL Chan, MJ Hsu, MY Yeh, CY Fang, YF Chuang, ...
Sensors 12 (12), 16353-16367, 2012
212012
Robot-assisted passive exercise for ankle hypertonia in individuals with chronic spinal cord injury
CY Fang, MJ Hsu, CC Chen, HYK Cheng, CC Chou, YJ Chang
Journal of Medical and Biological Engineering 35, 464-472, 2015
92015
Small molecule C381 targets the lysosome to reduce inflammation and ameliorate disease in models of neurodegeneration
RT Vest*, CC Chou*, H Zhang, MS Haney, L Li, NN Laqtom, B Chang, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (11), e2121609119, 2022
52022
Analgesic and Biomechanical Effects of Intra-Articular Botulinum Toxin Type A in Chronic Knee Osteoarthritis
CC Chou, SW Yang, LF Hsieh, SH Wu
6th World Congress of Biomechanics (WCB 2010). August 1-6, 2010 Singapore …, 2010
22010
Nuclear import receptors are recruited by FG-nucleoporins to rescue hallmarks of TDP-43 proteinopathy
B Khalil, D Chhangani, MC Wren, CL Smith, JH Lee, X Li, C Puttinger, ...
Molecular Neurodegeneration 17 (1), 80, 2022
2022
Exploring lysosomal defects and rescue strategies for Alzheimer’s disease using human transdifferentiated neurons
CC Chou, R Vest, Y Shibuya, MA Prado, J Wilson‐Grady, MD Greicius, ...
Alzheimer's & Dementia 18, e063964, 2022
2022
mTOR inhibitor-independent Autophagy Activator Ameliorates Cellular Tauopathy and Prionopathy Neurodegeneration Phenotypes
L Yoon, RC Botham, A Verhelle, C Cole, EP Tan, Y Wu, P Sanz-Martinez, ...
bioRxiv, 2022
2022
A Comprehensive Enumeration of the Human Proteostasis Network. 1. Components of Translation, Protein Folding, and Organelle-Specific Systems
Proteostasis Consortium, S Elsasser, D Finley, E Mockler, L Lima, ...
bioRxiv, 2022.08. 30.505920, 2022
2022
[O2–18–01]: TDP‐43 PATHOLOGY DISRUPTS NUCLEAR PORE COMPLEXES AND NUCLEOCYTOPLASMIC TRANSPORT IN ALS/FTD
CC Chou, Y Zhang, M Umoh, NT Seyfried, M Powers, T Kukar, K Boylan, ...
Alzheimer's & Dementia 13 (7S_Part_12), P602-P602, 2017
2017
TDP-43 PATHOLOGY DISRUPTS NUCLEAR PORE COMPLEXES AND NUCLEOCYTOPLASMIC TRANSPORT IN ALS/FTD
CC Chou, Y Zhang, M Umoh, NT Seyfried, M Powers, T Kukar, K Boylan, ...
Alzheimer's & Dementia 13 (7), P602, 2017
2017
Using an in-vivo natural frequency analysis to evaluate the aging effect of Achilles tendon
SW Yang, CY Tseng, CC Chou
Taylor & Francis Group 1 (S1), 120-121, 2009
2009
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