Publications


1) Shi, R., Lucas, J.H., Wolf, A., and Gross, G.W. Calcium antagonists fail to protect mammalian spinal neurons after physical injury. J. Neurotrauma 6:261-275, 1989. (Download)

2) Shi, R. and Belardetti, F. Serotonin inhibits the peptide FMRFamide response through a cyclic AMP-independent pathway in Aplysia. J.Neurophysiology 66:1847-1857, 1991. (Download)

3) Borgens, R.B., Shi, R., Mohr, T.J. and Jaeger, C.B. Mammalian cortical astrocytes align themselves in a physiological voltage gradient. Exp. Neurol. 128:41-49, 1994. (Download)

4) Metcalf, M.E., Shi, R. and Borgens, R.B. Endogenous ionic currents and voltages in amphibian embryos. J. Exp. Zool. 268:307-322, 1994. (Download)

5) Shi, R. and Borgens, R.B. Embryonic neuroepithelial sodium transport, the resulting physiological potential, and cranial development. Dev. Biol. 165:105-116, 1994. (Download)

6) Shi, R. and Borgens, R.B. Three dimensional gradients of voltage during development of the nervous system as invisible coordinates for the establishment of embryonic pattern. Dev. Dyn. 202:101-114, 1995. (Download)

7) Borgens, R.B. and Shi, R. Uncoupling histogenesis from morphogenesis in the vertebrate embryo by collapse of the neural tube potential. Dev. Dyn. 203:456-467, 1995. (Download)

8) Shi, R. and Blight, A.R. Compression injury of mammalian spinal cord in vitro and the dynamics of action potential conduction failure. J. Neurophysiol. 76:1572-1580, 1996. (Download)

9) Coetzee, T., Fujita, N., Shi, R., Blight, A., Suzuki, K. and Popko, B. Myelination in the absence of galatocerebroside and sulfatide: Normal structure with abnormal function and regional instability. Cell 86:209-219, 1996. (Download)

10) Shi, R. and Blight, A.R. The differential effects of low and high concentrations of 4-aminopyridine on axonal conduction in normal and injured spinal cord. Neuroscience 77:553-562, 1997. (Download)

11) Shi, R., Kelly, T.M. and Blight, A.R. Conduction block in acute and chronic spinal cord injury: different dose response characteristics for reversal by 4-aminopyridine. Exp. Neurol. 148: 495-501, 1997. (Download)

12) Shi, R. and Borgens, R.B. Acute repair of crushed guinea pig spinal cord by polyethylene glycol. J. Neurophysiol. 81:2406-2414, 1999. (Download)

13) Shi, R., Blight, A.R. and Borgens, R.B. Functional reconnection of severed mammalian spinal cord axons by a molecular surfactant. J. Neurotrauma 16:727-738, 1999. (Download)

14) Borgens, R.B. and Shi, R. Immediate recovery from spinal cord injury through molecular repair of nerve membranes with polyethylene glycol. FASEB J. 14: 27-35, 2000. (Download)

15) Shi, R. and Pryor, J.D. Temperature dependence of membrane sealing in mammalian spinal cord axons. Neuroscience 98: 157-166, 2000. (Download)

16) Shi, R., Asano, T., Vining, N.C. and Blight, A.R. Controls of membrane sealing in injured mammalian spinal cord axons. J. Neurophysiol. 84: 1763-1769, 2000. (Download)

17) Shi, R. and Borgens, R.B. Anatomical repair of nerve membranes in crushed mammalian spinal cord with polyethylene glycol. J. Neurocytol. 29:633-643 2000. (Download)

18) Shi, R., Qiao, X., Emerson, N. and Malcom, A. Dimethylsulfoxide enhances CNS neuronal plasma membrane resealing after injury in low temperature or low calcium. J. Neurocytol. 30: 829-839, 2001. (Download)

19) Borgens R.B., Shi, R. and Bohnert, D.M. Behavioral recovery from spinal cord injury following delayed application of polyethylene glycol. J. Exp. Bio. 205: 1-12, 2002. (Download)

20) Donaldson, J., Shi, R. and Borgens, R.B. Polyethylene glycol rapidly restores physiological functions in damaged sciatic nerves of the guinea pig. Neurosurgery 50: 147-157, 2002. (Download)

21) Shi, R. and Pryor J.D. Pathological changes of isolated spinal cord axons in response to mechanical stretch. Neuroscience 110: 765-777, 2002. (Download)

22) Peasley, M.A. and Shi, R. Resistance of isolated mammalian spinal cord white matter to oxygen-glucose deprivation. Am. J. Physiol. 283: C980-C989, 2002. (Download)

23) Luo, J., Li, N., Robinson, J.P. and Shi, R. The increase of reactive oxygen species and their inhibition in an isolated guinea pig spinal cord compression model. Spinal Cord
40: 656-665, 2002. (Download)

24) Shi, R., Luo, J. and Peasley, M.A. Acrolein inflicts axonal membrane disruption and conduction loss in isolated guinea pig spinal cord. Neuroscience 115: 337-340, 2002. (Download)

25) Luo, J., Li, N., Robinson, J. P. and Shi, R. Detection of reactive oxygen species by flow cytometry after spinal cord injury. J. Neuroscience Meth. 120: 105-112, 2002. (Download)

26) Luo, J., Borgens, R.B. and Shi, R. Polyethylene glycol immediately repairs neuronal membranes and inhibits free radical production after acute spinal cord injury. J. Neurochem. 83: 421-480, 2002. (Download)

27) McKenzie, J.L., Cardona, B.E., Shi, R., and Webster, T.J. Cytocompatibility of carbon nanofibers for use as a neural biomaterial, Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology - Proceedings, 3: 2119-2120, 2002.

28) McNally, H., Kufluoglu, H., Akin, D., Grimmer, J., Walker, J., Shi, R., Borgens, R., and Bashir, R. A chemical sensor using neurons and a 3-D micro-fluidic chip. Materials Research Society Symposium - Proceedings, 741: 247-252, 2002.

29) Ninan, L., Monahan, J., Stroshine, R.L., Wilker, J.J. and Shi, R. Adhesive strength of marine mussel extracts on porcine skin. Biomaterials 24: 4091-4099, 2003. (Download)

30) Jensen, J.M., and Shi, R., Effects of 4-Aminopyridine on stretched mammalian spinal cord: The role of potassium channels in axonal conduction. J. Neurophysiol. 90:2334-2340, 2003. (Download)

31) Peasley, M.A., and Shi, R., Ischemic insult exacerbates acrolein-induced conduction loss and axonal membrane conduction in guinea pig spinal cord white matter. J. Neurol. Sci. 216:23-32, 2003. (Download)

32) McKenzie, J.L., Waid, M.C., Shi, R., Webster, J. Cytocompatibility of Carbon Nanofiber Materials for Neural Applications. Materials Research Society Symposium - Proceedings, 774: 17-22, 2003.

33) McKenzie, J.L., Waid, M.C., Shi, R., Webster, T.J. Cytocompatibility and Material Properties of Poly-carbonate Urethane/ Carbon Nanofiber Composites for Neural Applications, Materials Research Society Symposium - Proceedings, 774: 23-28, 2003.

34) McKenzie, J.L., Waid, M.C., Shi, R., and Webster, T.J., Decreased functions of astrocytes on carbon nanofiber materials. Biomaterials 25:1309-1317, 2004. (Download)

35) Luo, J., and Shi, R., Acrolein induces axolemmal disruption, oxidative stress, and mitochondrial impairment in spinal cord tissue. Neurochemistry International 44:475-486, 2004. (Download)

36) Shi, R., The dynamics of axolemmal disruption in guinea pig spinal cord following compression. J. Neurocytology 33:203-211, 2004. (Download)

37) Luo, J., and Shi, R., Diffusive oxidative stress following acute spinal cord injury and the inhibition by polyethylene glycol. Neuroscience Letters 359:167-170, 2004. (Download)

38) Coots, A., Shi, R., and Rosen, A.D., Effects of a 0.5 T static magnetic field on conduction in guinea pig spinal cord. J. Neurol. Sci. 222:54-57, 2004. (Download)

39) Luo, J., Borgens, R.B., and Shi, R., Polyethylene glycol improves function and reduces oxidative stress in synaptosomes following spinal cord injury. J. Neurotrauma 21:994-1007, 2004. (Download)

40) McKenzie, J.L., Shi, R., Kalkhoran, N.M., Sambito, M.A., Webster, T.J. Analysis of carbon nanofibers and porous silicon for neural applications. Proceedings of the IASTED International Conference on Biomedical Engineering, 557-560, 2004.

41) McKenzie, J.L., Shi, R., Webster, T.J. Increased neurite extension for neurons cultured on carbon nanofiber compacts. Transactions - 7th World Biomaterials Congress, 284, 2004.

42) McKenzie, J.L., Shi, R., Kalkhoran, N.M., Sambito, M.A., Webster, T.J. In vitro analysis of carbon nanofiber and mesoscale porous silicon materials with nanoscale roughness for neural applications. Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings, EXS (1), 311-316, 2004.

43) Riyi Shi. Axonal membrane disruption and repair: significance in brain and spinal cord trauma (invited review). Progress in Neuroscience, 3: 146-156, 2004

44) McKenzie, J.L., Shi, R., Webster, T.J., Material design for neural applications using carbon nanofibers. Medical Device Materials II. Proceedings of the Materials and Processes for Medical Devices Conference 2004, 159-164, 2005.

45) Cole, A., and Shi, R., Prolonged focal application of polyethylene glycol induces conduction block in guinea pig spinal cord white matter. Toxicology in vitro 19:215-220, 2005. (Download)

46) Luo, J., and Shi, R., Acrolein induces oxidative stress in brain mitochondria.  Neurochemistry International 46:243-252, 2005.(Download)

47) Luo, J., Uchida, K., and Shi, R.,  Accumulation of acrolein-protein adducts after traumatic spinal cord injury. Neurochemical Research. 30:291-295. 2005. (Download)

48) Logan, M.P., Parker, S., and Shi, R., Glutathion and ascorbic acid enhance recovery of guinea pig spinal cord white matter following ischemia and acrolein exposure. Pathobiology. 72: 171-178. 2005. (Download)

49) Smith, D.T.,  Shi, R., Borgens, R.B., McBride, J., Jackson, K., and Byrn, S.B., Development of novel 4-aminopyridine derivatives as potential treatments for neurological injury and disease. European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry. 40: 908-917. 2005. (Download)

50) Wang, H., Fu, Y., Zickmund, P., Shi, R., Cheng, J., Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Scattering imaging of axonal myelin in live spinal tissues. Biophysical Journal. 89:1-11. 2005. (Download)

51) Luo, J., Robinson, J.P. and Shi, R. Acrolein-induced cell death in PC 12 cells: role of mitochrondria-medicated oxidative stress. Neurochemistry International. 47:449-457 2005. (Download)

52) McBride, J. M., Smith, D. T., Byrn, S. R., Borgens, R. B. and Shi, R. Dose responses of three 4-aminopyridine derivatives following spinal cord trauma.  European J. Pharmaceut. Sci. 27: 237-242. 2006 . (Download)

53) Shi, R And Luo, J. The Role Of Acrolein In Spinal Cord Injury (Invited Review). Applied Neurology: 2: 22-27. 2006. (Download)

54) Shi, R. and Whitebone, J. conduction deficits and membrane disruption of spinal cord axons as a function of magnitude and rate of strain. J. Neurophysiol. 95, 3384-3390. 2006.

55) Fu, Y., Wang, H., Shi, R., and Cheng, J. Characterization of photodamage in coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering microscopy. Optics Express. 14: 3942-3951. 2006 (Download)

56) Pryor, J. D. and Shi, R. Electrophysiological changes in isolated spinal cord white matter in response to oxygen deprivation. Spinal Cord. 44: 653-661. 2006. (Download)

57) Li, M. and Shi. R. A device for the electrophysiological recording of peripheral nerves in response to stretch. J. Neurosci. Meth. 154: 102-108. 2006. (Download)

58) Liu-Snyder, P., Mcnally, H. Shi, R. And Borgens, R. B. Acrolein - Mediated Mechanisms Of Neuronal Death. J. Neurosci. Res. 84: 209-218. 2006. (Download)

59) Liu-Snyder, P., Borgens, R. B. And Shi, R. Hydralazine Rescues Pc 12 Cells From Acrolein-Mediated Death. J. Neurosci. Res. 84: 219-227. 2006. (Download)

60) Davies, A. L., Hayes, K. C. And Shi, R. Recombinant human tnf╬▒ induces concentration-dependent reversible alteration in axonal conduction in mammalian spinal cord. J. Neurotrauma. 23: 1261-73. 2006 (Download)
61) Ashki, N., Hayes, K. C. and Shi, R. Nitric oxide reversibly impairs axonal conduction in guinea pig spinal cord. J. Neurotrauma. 23: 1779-1793. 2006 (Download)
62) Riyi Shi. Polyethylene glycol repairs membrane damage and enhances functional recovery: a tissue engineering approach to spinal cord injury (invited review). Progress in Neuroscience, 4, 2006.
63) Li, M. and Shi, R. Stretch induced conduction deficits in Guinea Pig ex-vivo nerve J. Biomechanics. 40: 569-578. 2007. (Download)

64) Fu, Y., Wang, H., Shi, R., and Cheng. J. Noninvasive molecular imaging of intact myelin sheath by coherent anti-stokes raman scattering microscopy. American Biotechnology laboratory. 25: 12-13. 2007. (Download)

65) Liu-Snyder, P., Logan, M.P., Shi, R., Smith D.T., and Borgens, R. B. Neuroprotection from secondary injury by polyethylene glycol requires its intracellular presence. Journal Experimental Biology. 282: 13073-86. 2007 (Download)

66) Fu, Y., Wang, H., Shi, R., and Cheng, J. Second Harmonic and Sum Frequency Generation Imaging of Fibrous Astroglial Filaments in ex vivo Spinal Tissues. Biophysical J. 92: 3251-9. 2007 (Download)

67) Nehrt, A, Rodgers, R, Shapiro, S, Borgens, R, and Shi, R. The Critical role of voltage-dependent calcium channel in axonal repair following mechanical trauma. Neuroscience. 146: 1504-1512. 2007 (Download)

68) Ninan, L., Stroshine, R.L., Wilker, J.J. and Shi, R. Adhesive strength and curing rate of marine mussel protein extracts on porcine small intestinal submucosa (SIS). Acta Biomaterialia. 3:687-694. 2007. (Download)

69) Luo, J., and Shi, R. Polyethylene glycol inhibits apoptotic cell death following traumatic spinal cord injury. Brain Research. 1155: 10-16. 2007. (Download)

70) Fu, Y., Wang, H., Huff, T, Shi, R., and Cheng, C. Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Scattering Imaging of Myelin Degradation Reveals a Calcium Dependent Pathway in Lyso-PtdCho Induced Demyelination. J. Neurosci. Res. 85:2870-2881. 2007. (Download)

71) Galle, B., Ouyang, H., Shi, R., and Nauman, E. Correlation between tissue-level stress and strains and cellular damage within the guinea pig spinal cord white matter. J. Biomechanics. 40: 3029-3033. 2007. (Download)

72) McBride, J. M., Smith, D. T., Byrn, S. R., Borgens, R. B. and Shi, R. 4-Aminopyridine Derivatives Enhance Impulse Conductionin Guinea Pig Spinal Cord Following Traumatic Injury. Neuroscience. 148: 44-52. 2007. (Download)

73) Li, M. and Shi, R. Fabrication of Patterned Multi-walled Poly-L-Lactic Acid Conduits for Nerve Regeneration. Journal Neuroscience Method. 165: 257-264. 2007.

74) Hamann, K., Nehrt, G., Ouyang, H., Duerstock, D. and Shi, R. Hydralazine inhibits compression and acrolein-mediated injuries in ex vivo spinal cord. Journal of Neurochemistry. 104: 708-718. 2008.

75) Ouyang, H., Galle, B., Li, J., Nauman, E., and Shi, R. Biomechanics of spinal cord injury: a multimodal investigation using ex vivo guinea pig spinal cord white matter. Journal of Neurotrauma. 25: 19-29. 2008

76) Li, M., McNally, H. and Shi, R. Enhanced neurite alignment on micro-patterned poly-L-Lactic Acid films. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research: Part A. 87: 392-404. 2008.

77) Li, M, Rickett, T., and Shi R. Peripheral Nervous System Repair: Current Progress and Future Trends in Axonal Regeneration and Guidance (invited review). Progress in Neuroscience, 5. 2008

78) Cho, Y., Shi, R., Borgens, R., and Ivanisevic, A. The Functionalized Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles (MSNs) Based Drug Delivery System to Rescue Acrolein-Mediated Cell Death. Nanomedicine. 3: 507-519. 2008

80) Cho, Y., Shi, R., Borgens, R and Ivanisevic, A. Repairing the damaged spinal cord and brain with nanomedicine. Small. 4: 1676-1681.2008.

81) Hamann, K., Durkes, A., Ouyang, H., Uchida K, Pond, A., and Shi, R. Critical Role of acrolein in secondary injury following ex vivo spinal cord trauma. J. Neurochemistry. 107: 712-721. 2008.

82) Sun, W., Smith, D., Bryn, S., Borgens, R, and Shi, R. N-(4-pyridyl) methyl carbamate inhibits fast potassium currents in guinea pig dorsal root ganglion cells. Journal of Neurological Sciences. 277: 114-118. 2009.

83) Ouyang, H., Galle, B., Li, J., Nauman, E., and Shi, R. Critical roles of decompression in functional recovery of ex vivo spinal cord white matter. Journal of Neurosurgery Spine. 10: 161-170. 2009.

84) Li, J., Rickett, T., and Shi, R. Biomimetic nerve scaffolds with aligned intraluminal microchannels: a sweet approach to tissue engineering. Langmuir. 25: 1813-1817. 2009
85) Chen, H., Quick, E., Leung, G., Hamann, K., Fu, Y., Cheng, J and Shi, R. Polyethylene Glycol protects injured neuronal mitochondria. Pathobiology . 76: 117-128, 2009.

86) Rickett, T., Li, M., Patel, M., Sun, W., Leung, G., and Shi, R. Ethyl-Cyanoacrylate is Acutely Non-Toxic and Provides Sufficient Bond Strength for Anastomosis of Peripheral Nerves. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research: Part A. 90:750-4. 2009

87) Cho, Y., Shi, R., Ivanisevic, A., and Borgens. A mesoporous silica nanosphere-based drug delivery system using electrically condcting polymer. Nanotechnology. 20: 275102. 2009.

88) Fu, Y., Sun, W., Shi, Y. Shi*, R, and Cheng*, J. "Glutamate excitotoxicity inflicts paranodal myelin splitting and retraction." PLoS ONE, 4(8): e6705. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0006705, 2009. *: Co-correspondent author.

89) Hamann, K., and Shi, R. Acrolein scavenging: A potential novel mechanism of attenuating oxidative stress following spinal cord injury (invited review). J. Neurochem. 111: 1348-1356. 2009.

90) Rickett T, Amoozgar Z, Sun W, Yeo Y, Shi R. A photo-crosslinkable chitosan hydrogel for peripheral nerve anastomosis.In: Shi R, Fu W, Wang Y, Wang H, editors. Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Biomedical Engineering and Informatics; 2009 Oct 17-19; Tianjin, China. Piscataway(NJ): IEEE eXpress Conference Publishing; c2009.

91) T. Rickett, S. Connell,J. Bastijanic, and R. Shi, "Tensile Physiology Measuring Force and Conduction in Peripheral Nerves Undergoing Controlled Stretch ," in BioMedical Engineering and Informatics, 2009. BMEI 2009. International Conference on Biomedical Engineering.

92) S. Connell, H. Ouyang, and R. Shi, Modeling Primary Blast Injury in Isolated Spinal Cord White Matter, In: Shi R, Fu W, Wang Y, Wang H, editors. Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Biomedical Engineering and Informatics; 2009 Oct 17-19; Tianjin, China. Piscataway(NJ): IEEE eXpress Conference Publishing; c2009.

93) Shi, Y, Kim, S., Huff, T., Borgens, R., Park, K., Shi, R., and Cheng, J. Effective repair of traumatically injured spinal cord by block copolymer micelles: A pilot study. Nature Nanotechnology. 5: 80-87, 2010

94) Sun, W., Smith, D., Fu, Y., Cheng, J., Bryn, S., Borgens, R. and Shi, R. "A novel potassium channel blocker, 4-AP-3-MeOH, inhibits fast potassium channels and restores axonal conduction in injured guinea pig spinal cord white matter." Journal of Neurophysiol. 103: 469-478. 2010.

95) Nehrt, A, Hammann, K., Ouyang, H., and Shi, R. Polyethylene glycol enhances axolemmal resealing following transetion in cultured cells and in ex vivo spinal cord. Journal of Neurotrauma. 27: 151-161, 2010.

96) Cho*, Y., Shi*, R., and Borgens, R. Chitosan nanoparticle-based neuronal membrane sealing and neuroprotection following acrolein-induced cell injury. Journal of Biological Engineering. 4:2, 2010. (open access: http://www.jbioleng.org/content/4/1/2). *: equal contribution.

97) T. Rickett, S. Connell,J. Bastijanic, S. Hegde, and R. Shi, "Functional and Mechanical Evaluation of Nerve Stretch Injury," Journal of Medical Systems.35: 787-793, 2011.

98) S. Connell, H. Ouyang, and R. Shi, Modeling Blast Induced Neurotruama in Isolated Spinal Cord White Matter. Journal of Medical Systems. 35: 765-770, 2011.

99) Li, L., and Shi, R. Biomimetic materials for engineering of neural tissues: Control of cell adhesion and guiding neural cell outgrowth with peptide-conjugated polymer structures. Biologically Responsive Hybrid Biomaterials. (ed. Jabbari, E., and Khademhosseini, A.), Artech House Publishers, Boston, USA.

100) Li, L., Cornell, S. and Shi, R. Biomimetic Architectures for Tissue Engineering. Biomimetics, Learning from nature. Artech House Publishers, Boston, USA.

101) Cho, Y., Shi, R., Ivanisevic, A., and Borgens, R. Functional silica nanoparticle-mediated neuronal membrane sealing following traumatic spinal cord injury. J. Neurosci. Res. 88, 1433-1444. 2010.

102) Cho, Y., Shi, R., and Borgens, R. Chiotosan produces potent Neuroprotection and physiological recovery following traumatic spinal cord injury. Journal of Experimental Biology. 213, 1513-1520. 2010.

103) Ouyang, H., Sun, W., Fu, Y., Li, J., Cheng, J., Nauman, E., and Shi, R. Compression induces acute demyelination and potassium channel exposure in spinal cord. J. Neurotrauma. 27: 1109-20. 2010.

104) Galle, B., Ouyang, H., Shi, R., and Nauman, E. A transversely isotropic constitutive model of excised guinea pig spinal cord white matter. J. Biomechanics. 43: 2839-43. 2010

108) Leung, G., Sun , W., Zheng, L., Brookes, S, Tully, M., and Shi, R. Anti-acrolein treatment improves behavioral outcome and alleviates myelin damage in EAE mouse. Neuroscience. 173: 150-155, 2011.

105) Li, J., Kong, X., Gozani, S., Shi, R., and Borgens, B. Current-distance relationship for Peripheral Nerve stimulation localization. Anesth Analg 112: 236-241, 2011.

106) Leung, G., Sun , W., Brookes, S, Smith, D., Shi, R. Potassium channel blocker, 4-Aminopyridine-3-Methanol, restores axonal conduction in spinal cord of an animal model of multiple sclerosis. Experimental Neurology 227:232-235, 2011.

107) Shi, R. and Sun W. Potassium channels blockers as effective treatment to restore impulse conduction in injured axons (invited review). Neuroscience Bulletin. 27: 36-44, 2011.

108) Rickett, T., Amoozgar, Z., Tuchek, C., Park, J., Yeo, Y. and Riyi Shi. Rapidly Photo-Cross-Linkable Chitosan Hydrogel for Peripheral Neurosurgeries. Biomacromolecules. 12: 57-65, 2011

109) Wang, H., Manicke, N.E., Yang, Q., Zheng, L., Shi, R., Cooks, R.G. and Ouyang, Z. Direct analysis of biological tissue by paper spray mass spectrometry. Anal Chem. 83: 1197-201, 2011.

110) Huang, J., Chen, J., Wang, W., Wang, Y., Wang, W., Wei, Y., Shi, R., Kaneko, T., Li, Y. and Wu, S. Expression Pattern of Enkephalinergic Neurons in the Developing Spinal Cord Revealed by Preproenkephalin-Green Fluorescent Protein Transgenic Mouse and Its Colocalization with GABA Immunoreactivity. Cells Tissues Organs. 193: 404-416. 2011

111) Shi, Y, Huff, T; Sun, W, Shi, R, and Cheng, J. Real-time CARS Imaging Reveals a Calpain-dependent Pathway for Paranodal Myelin Retraction during High-Frequency Stimulation. PLoS ONE. 2011 Mar 3;6(3):e17176

112) Shi, Y., Sun, W., McBride, J., Cheng, J. and Shi, R. Acrolein induces myelin damage in mammalian spinal cord. J. Neurochem. 117: 554-564, 2011.

113) Connell, S., Gao, J., Chen, J., and Shi, R. Novel model to investigate blast injury in the central nervous system. J Neurotrauma. 28: 1229-1236, 2011.

114) Shi, R., Rickett, T., and Sun, W. Acrolein-mediated injury in nervous system trauma and diseases (invited review). Molecular nutrition and food research. 55: 1320-1331, 2011.

115) Shi, Y., Zhang, D., Huff, T., Wang, X., Shi, R., Xu, X., and Cheng, J. Longitudinal In Vivo CARS Imaging of Demyelination and Remyelination in Injured Spinal Cord. Journal of Biological Optics. In press.

116) Sun, W., Fu, Y., Shi, Y., Cheng, J., Cao, P., and Shi, R. Paranodal myelin damage following acute stretch in guinea pig spinal cord. J Neurotrauma. In press