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  • Bree, Gerard; Geaney, Hugh; Stokes, Killian; Ryan, Kevin M. (American Chemical Society, 2018)
    Highly aligned copper zinc tin sulfide nanorods electrophoretically deposited directly on the current collector are tested for suitability as Li-ion battery anodes in both half-cell (HC) and full-cell (FC) configurations. ...
  • De Benedictis, Chiara A.; Raab, Andrea; Ducie, Ellen; Howley, Shauna; Feldmann, Joerg; Grabrucker, Andreas M. (MDPI, 2020)
    The essential trace metals iron, zinc, and copper have a significant physiological role in healthy brain development and function. Especially zinc is important for neurogenesis, synaptogenesis, synaptic transmission and ...
  • Pandey, Mukesh K.; Grabrucker, Andreas M.; Mehta, Sunil Q.; Harvey, Robert J. (Frontiers Media, 2022)
    Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a multifaceted neurodevelopmental disorder with a complex etiology that appears to be a mixture of underlying environmental and genetic risk factors. Among the environmental risk factors ...
  • Kavanagh, Oisín N.; Elmes, Robert; O'Sullivan, Finbarr; Farragher, John; Robinson, Shane; Walker, Gavin M. (MDPI, 2021)
    The importance of zinc in biology has gained greater recognition in recent years due to its essential contributions to the function of many endogenous enzymes. Disruption of zinc homeostasis may be useful in treating ...
  • De Benedictis, Chiara A.; Vilella, Antonietta; Grabrucker, Andreas M. (2019)
    The extracellular aggregation of insoluble protein deposits of amyloid-β (Aβ) into plaques and the hyperphosphorylation of the intracellular protein tau leading to neurofibrillary tangles are the main pathological hallmarks ...
  • Hagmeyer, Simone; Cristóvão, Joana S.; Mulvihill, John J.E.; Boeckers, Tobias M.; Gomes, Cláudio M.; Grabrucker, Andreas M. (Frontiers Media, 2018)
    Neuronal metal ions such as zinc are essential for brain function. In particular synaptic processes are tightly related to metal and protein homeostasis, for example through extracellular metal-binding proteins. One such ...

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