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Alexander D Tang
Alexander D Tang
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Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation of the brain: mechanisms from animal and experimental models
A Tang, G Thickbroom, J Rodger
The Neuroscientist 23 (1), 82-94, 2017
1212017
Construction and evaluation of rodent-specific rTMS coils
AD Tang, AS Lowe, AR Garrett, R Woodward, W Bennett, AJ Canty, ...
Frontiers in neural circuits 10, 47, 2016
632016
Low‐intensity transcranial magnetic stimulation promotes the survival and maturation of newborn oligodendrocytes in the adult mouse brain
CL Cullen, M Senesi, AD Tang, MT Clutterbuck, L Auderset, ME O'Rourke, ...
Glia 67 (8), 1462-1477, 2019
452019
Low-intensity repetitive magnetic stimulation lowers action potential threshold and increases spike firing in layer 5 pyramidal neurons in vitro
AD Tang, I Hong, LJ Boddington, AR Garrett, S Etherington, JNJ Reynolds, ...
Neuroscience 335, 64-71, 2016
422016
Periaxonal and nodal plasticities modulate action potential conduction in the adult mouse brain
CL Cullen, RE Pepper, MT Clutterbuck, KA Pitman, V Oorschot, ...
Cell Reports 34 (3), 108641, 2021
272021
Neural circuit repair by low-intensity magnetic stimulation requires cellular magnetoreceptors and specific stimulation patterns
T Dufor, S Grehl, AD Tang, M Doulazmi, M Traoré, N Debray, C Dubacq, ...
Science Advances 5 (10), eaav9847, 2019
272019
Low intensity repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation modulates skilled motor learning in adult mice
AD Tang, W Bennett, C Hadrill, J Collins, B Fulopova, K Wills, A Bindoff, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 4016, 2018
262018
Differences in motor evoked potentials induced in rats by transcranial magnetic stimulation under two separate anesthetics: implications for plasticity studies
M Sykes, NA Matheson, PW Brownjohn, AD Tang, J Rodger, ...
Frontiers in neural circuits 10, 80, 2016
242016
Low intensity repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation does not induce cell survival or regeneration in a mouse optic nerve crush model
AD Tang, K Makowiecki, C Bartlett, J Rodger
PloS one 10 (5), e0126949, 2015
242015
What does low-intensity rTMS do to the cerebellum?
N Morellini, S Grehl, A Tang, J Rodger, J Mariani, AM Lohof, RM Sherrard
The Cerebellum 14 (1), 23-26, 2015
242015
The effects of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation in an animal model of tinnitus
WHAM Mulders, V Vooys, K Makowiecki, AD Tang, J Rodger
Scientific reports 6, 38234, 2016
182016
The challenges of producing effective small coils for transcranial magnetic stimulation of mice
MT Wilson, AD Tang, K Iyer, H McKee, J Waas, J Rodger
Biomedical Physics & Engineering Express 4 (3), 037002, 2018
142018
Modulating functional connectivity with non-invasive brain stimulation for the investigation and alleviation of age-associated declines in response inhibition: A narrative review
J Tan, KK Iyer, AD Tang, A Jamil, RN Martins, HR Sohrabi, MA Nitsche, ...
NeuroImage 185, 490-512, 2019
122019
Construction and evaluation of rodent-specific TMS coils
A Tang, A Garrett, R Woodward, B Bennett, C Hadrill, A Canty, M Garry, ...
Brain Stimulation: Basic, Translational, and Clinical Research in …, 2015
82015
Low intensity repetitive magnetic stimulation reduces expression of genes related to inflammation and calcium signalling in cultured mouse cortical astrocytes
D Clarke, J Beros, KA Bates, AR Harvey, AD Tang, J Rodger
Brain Stimulation 14 (1), 183-191, 2021
72021
Subthreshold repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation drives structural synaptic plasticity in the young and aged motor cortex
AD Tang, W Bennett, AD Bindoff, S Bolland, J Collins, RC Langley, ...
Brain Stimulation, 2021
62021
Myelin and nodal plasticity modulate action potential conduction in the adult mouse brain
CL Cullen, RE Pepper, MT Clutterbuck, KA Pitman, V Oorschot, ...
bioRxiv, 726760, 2019
22019
Low intensity repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation drives structural synaptic plasticity in the young and aged motor cortex.
A Tang, W Bennett, A Bindoff, J Collins, M Garry, J Summers, M Hinder, ...
bioRxiv, 2021
12021
Non‐linear changes to corticospinal excitability induced with increasing intensities of transcranial direct current stimulation
AD Tang, KK Iyer, AM Vallence, H Fujiyama
The Journal of physiology 595 (5), 1445, 2017
12017
P135 Intermittent theta burst increases action potential threshold and spike firing in cortical layer 5 pyramidal neurons
A Tang, I Hong, L Boddington, J Reynolds, A Garrett, S Etherington, ...
Clinical Neurophysiology 128 (3), e82, 2017
12017
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