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Yumi Yamamoto
Dr Yoshiki Hase
Dr Masafumi Ihara
Dr Ahmad Khundakar
Professor Raj Kalaria
et al.
Neuronal densities and vascular pathology in the hippocampal formation in CADASIL2021
Dr Ren Ding
Dr Yoshiki Hase
Kamar Ameen-Ali
Michael Ndung'U
William Stevenson
et al.
Loss of capillary pericytes and the blood–brain barrier in white matter in poststroke and vascular dementias and Alzheimer’s disease2020
Dr Rufus Akinyemi
Dr Masafumi Ihara
Dr Catherine Dotchin
Dr Stella Paddick
Professor Richard Walker
et al.
Stroke, cerebrovascular diseases and vascular cognitive impairment in Africa2019
Professor Raj Kalaria
Dr Yoshiki Hase
Dr Masafumi Ihara
The rise and rise of cerebral small vessel disease: Implications for vascular cognitive impairment and dementia2019
Dr Yoshiki Hase
Dr Mai Hase
Professor Raj Kalaria
Dr Masafumi Ihara
Montreal Cognitive Assessment score correlates with regional cerebral blood flow in post-stroke patients2018
Dr Yoshiki Hase
Dr Lucinda Craggs
Dr Mai Hase
William Stevenson
Janet Slade
et al.
The effects of environmental enrichment on white matter pathology in a mouse model of chronic cerebral hypoperfusion2018
Dr Yoshiki Hase
Dr Masafumi Ihara
Professor Raj Kalaria
Chronic cerebral hypoperfusion: a key mechanism leading to vascular cognitive impairment and dementia. Closing the translational gap between rodent models and human vascular cognitive impairment and dementia2017
Dr Yoshiki Hase
Dr Lucy Craggs
Dr Mai Hase
William Stevenson
Janet Slade
et al.
Effects of environmental enrichment on white matter glial responses in a mouse model of chronic cerebral hypoperfusion2017
Dr Masafumi Ihara
Professor Raj Kalaria
Translational models for vascular cognitive impairment: A review including larger species2017
Dr Yoshiki Hase
Dr Lucinda Craggs
William Stevenson
Dr Mai Hase
Janet Slade
et al.
Effects of environmental enrichment/physical exercise on white matter integrity and stroke injury in a mouse model of chronic cerebral jypoperfusion2016
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