Inge Werkman

  1. Transcriptional heterogeneity between primary adult grey and white matter astrocytes underlie differences in modulation of in vitro myelination

    Werkman, I. L., Dubbelaar, M. L., van der Vlies, P., de Boer-Bergsma, J. J., Eggen, B. J. L. & Baron, W., 11-Dec-2020, In : Journal of neuroinflammation. 17, 1, 18 p., 373.

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  2. Macroglial diversity: white and grey areas and relevance to remyelination

    Werkman, I. L., Lentferink, D. H. & Baron, W., 9-Jul-2020, In : Cellular and molecular life sciences. 29 p.

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  3. Macroglial diversity and its effect on myelination

    Werkman, I., 2020, [Groningen]: Rijksuniversiteit Groningen. 257 p.

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  4. TLR3 agonists induce fibronectin aggregation by activated astrocytes: a role of pro-inflammatory cytokines and fibronectin splice variants

    Werkman, I., Sikkema, A. H., Versluijs, J. B., Qin, J., de Boer, P. & Baron, W., 17-Jan-2020, In : Scientific Reports. 10, 1, p. 532 16 p., 532.

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