lili-naz Hazrati
lili-naz Hazrati
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Functional anatomy of the basal ganglia. I. The cortico-basal ganglia-thalamo-cortical loop
A Parent, LN Hazrati
Brain research reviews 20 (1), 91-127, 1995
22761995
TREM2 variants in Alzheimer's disease
R Guerreiro, A Wojtas, J Bras, M Carrasquillo, E Rogaeva, E Majounie, ...
New England Journal of Medicine 368 (2), 117-127, 2013
15252013
Functional anatomy of the basal ganglia. II. The place of subthalamic nucleus and external pallidium in basal ganglia circuitry
A Parent, LN Hazrati
Brain research reviews 20 (1), 128-154, 1995
13861995
Identification of common variants influencing risk of the tauopathy progressive supranuclear palsy
GU Höglinger, NM Melhem, DW Dickson, PMA Sleiman, LS Wang, L Klei, ...
Nature genetics 43 (7), 699, 2011
3512011
Re-evaluation of the functional anatomy of the basal ganglia in normal and Parkinsonian states
R Levy, LN Hazrati, MT Herrero, M Vila, OK Hassani, M Mouroux, ...
Neuroscience 76 (2), 335-343, 1997
2951997
Efferent projections of the subthalamic nucleus in the squirrel monkey as studied by the PHA‐L anterograde tracing method
Y Smith, LN Hazrati, A Parent
Journal of Comparative Neurology 294 (2), 306-323, 1990
2681990
Anatomical aspects of information processing in primate basal ganglia
A Parent, LN Hazrati
Trends in neurosciences 16 (3), 111-116, 1993
2461993
Evidence for interconnections between the two segments of the globus pallidus in primates: a PHA-L anterograde tracing study
LN Hazrati, A Parent, S Mitchell, SN Haber
Brain research 533 (1), 171-175, 1990
1531990
The prion hypothesis in Parkinson's disease: Braak to the future
NP Visanji, PL Brooks, LN Hazrati, AE Lang
Acta neuropathologica communications 1 (1), 2, 2013
1442013
Projection from the external pallidum to the reticular thalamic nucleus in the squirrel monkey
LN Hazrati
Brain research 550 (1), 142-146, 1991
1401991
Absence of chronic traumatic encephalopathy in retired football players with multiple concussions and neurological symptomatology
LN Hazrati, MC Tartaglia, P Diamandis, K Davis, REA Green, ...
Frontiers in human neuroscience 7, 222, 2013
1282013
Convergence of subthalamic and striatal efferents at pallidal level in primates: an anterograde double-labeling study with biocytin and PHA-L
LN Hazrati, A Parent
Brain research 569 (2), 336-340, 1992
1201992
Clinical correlations with Lewy body pathology in LRRK2-related Parkinson disease
LV Kalia, AE Lang, LN Hazrati, S Fujioka, ZK Wszolek, DW Dickson, ...
JAMA neurology 72 (1), 100-105, 2015
1162015
The striatopallidal projection displays a high degree of anatomical specificity in the primate
LN Hazrati, A Parent
Brain research 592 (1-2), 213-227, 1992
1141992
Contralateral pallidothalamic and pallidotegmental projections in primates: an anterograde and retrograde labeling study
LN Hazrati, A Parent
Brain research 567 (2), 212-223, 1991
1131991
Projection from the deep cerebellar nuclei to the pedunculopontine nucleus in the squirrel monkey
LN Hazrati, A Parent
Brain research 585 (1-2), 267-271, 1992
971992
Colonic mucosal α-synuclein lacks specificity as a biomarker for Parkinson disease
NP Visanji, C Marras, DS Kern, A Al Dakheel, A Gao, LWC Liu, AE Lang, ...
Neurology 84 (6), 609-616, 2015
952015
Increased 5‐HT2A receptors in the temporal cortex of parkinsonian patients with visual hallucinations
P Huot, TH Johnston, T Darr, LN Hazrati, NP Visanji, D Pires, JM Brotchie, ...
Movement disorders 25 (10), 1399-1408, 2010
952010
Association between early-onset Parkinson disease and 22q11. 2 deletion syndrome: identification of a novel genetic form of Parkinson disease and its clinical implications
NJ Butcher, TR Kiehl, LN Hazrati, EWC Chow, E Rogaeva, AE Lang, ...
JAMA neurology 70 (11), 1359-1366, 2013
932013
SORCS1 alters amyloid precursor protein processing and variants may increase Alzheimer's disease risk
C Reitz, S Tokuhiro, LN Clark, C Conrad, JP Vonsattel, LN Hazrati, ...
Annals of neurology 69 (1), 47-64, 2011
892011
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