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D'Aes Tine

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ORCID
0000-0001-5081-780X
Main Referenced Co-authors
Malgrange, Brigitte  (4)
Marien, Peter (4)
Vandenbosch, Renaud  (4)
Verteneuil, Sébastien  (2)
Bastiaanse, R (1)
Main Referenced Keywords
Humans (3); Adult (2); Magnetic Resonance Imaging (2); Male (2); Stroke (2);
Main Referenced Disciplines
Life sciences: Multidisciplinary, general & others (3)
Neurosciences & behavior (3)
Neurology (2)
Radiology, nuclear medicine & imaging (1)
Genetics & genetic processes (1)

Publications (total 10)

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D'Aes, T., Marlier, Q., Verteneuil, S., Quatresooz, P., Vandenbosch, R.* , & Malgrange, B.*. (10 April 2023). Re-Evaluating the Relevance of the Oxygen-Glucose Deprivation Model in Ischemic Stroke: The Example of Cdk Inhibition. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 24 (8), 7009. doi:10.3390/ijms24087009 https://hdl.handle.net/2268/301692

The most cited

132 citations (Scopus®)

Van Overwalle, F., D'Aes, T., & Marien, P. (2015). Social cognition and the cerebellum: A meta-analytic connectivity analysis. Human Brain Mapping, 36 (12), 5137-54. doi:10.1002/hbm.23002 https://hdl.handle.net/2268/235609

D'Aes, T., Marlier, Q., Verteneuil, S., Quatresooz, P., Vandenbosch, R.* , & Malgrange, B.*. (10 April 2023). Re-Evaluating the Relevance of the Oxygen-Glucose Deprivation Model in Ischemic Stroke: The Example of Cdk Inhibition. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 24 (8), 7009. doi:10.3390/ijms24087009
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* These authors have contributed equally to this work.

D'Aes, T., Vandenbosch, R., & Malgrange, B. (2022). The role of cyclin-dependent kinases in neuronal death and microglial activation after ischemic stroke [Poster presentation]. EMBO Stroke-Immunology.

D'Aes, T., Vandenbosch, R., & Malgrange, B. (2021). The role of cyclin-dependent kinases in microglial activation and neuronal death after ischemic stroke [Poster presentation]. Microglia 2021.

Keulen, S., Mariën, P., van Dun, K., D'Aes, T., de Page, L., de Vroege, L., Van Schuerbeek, P., Raeymaekers, H., De Mey, J., Bastiaanse, R., van der Feltz-Cornelis, C., Paquier, P., Van Overwalle, F., & Verhoeven, J. (2021). Functional Foreign Accent Syndrome in suspected Conversion Disorder: A case study. European Journal of Psychiatry. doi:10.1016/j.ejpsy.2020.08.002
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Marlier, Q., D'Aes, T., Verteneuil, S., Vandenbosch, R., & Malgrange, B. (2020). Core cell cycle machinery is crucially involved in both life and death of post-mitotic neurons. Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences. doi:10.1007/s00018-020-03548-1
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Quarta, A., Le Blon, D., D'Aes, T., Pieters, Z., Hamzei Taj, S., Miro-Mur, F., Luyckx, E., Van Breedam, E., Daans, J., Goossens, H., Dewilde, S., Hens, N., Pasque, V., Planas, A. M., Hoehn, M., Berneman, Z., & Ponsaerts, P. (2019). Murine iPSC-derived microglia and macrophage cell culture models recapitulate distinct phenotypical and functional properties of classical and alternative neuro-immune polarisation. Brain, Behavior and Immunity, 82, 406-421. doi:10.1016/j.bbi.2019.09.009
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van der Zee, J., Marien, P., Crols, R., Van Mossevelde, S., Dillen, L., Perrone, F., Engelborghs, S., Verhoeven, J., D'Aes, T., Ceuterick-De Groote, C., Sieben, A., Versijpt, J., Cras, P., Martin, J.-J., & Van Broeckhoven, C. (2016). Mutated CTSF in adult-onset neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis and FTD. Neurology. Genetics, 2 (5), 102. doi:10.1212/NXG.0000000000000102
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D'Aes, T., & Marien, P. (2015). Cognitive and affective disturbances following focal brainstem lesions: a review and report of three cases. Cerebellum (London, England), 14 (3), 317-40. doi:10.1007/s12311-014-0626-8
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Van Overwalle, F., D'Aes, T., & Marien, P. (2015). Social cognition and the cerebellum: A meta-analytic connectivity analysis. Human Brain Mapping, 36 (12), 5137-54. doi:10.1002/hbm.23002
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Marien, P., & D'Aes, T. (2015). "Brainstem cognitive affective syndrome" following disruption of the cerebrocerebellar network. Cerebellum (London, England), 14 (2), 221-5. doi:10.1007/s12311-014-0624-x
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