Acute or Delayed Systemic Administration of Human Amnion Epithelial Cells Improves Outcomes in Experimental Stroke
Megan A Evans, Rebecca Lim, Hyun Ah Kim, Hannah X Chu, Chantelle V Gardiner-Mann, Kimberly WE Taylor, Christopher T Chan, Vanessa H Brait, Seyoung Lee, Nhu Dinh Quynh, Antony Vinh, Thanh G Phan, Velandai K Srikanth, Henry Ma, Thiruma V Arumugam, David Y Fann, Luting Poh, Cameron PJ Hunt, Colin W Pouton, John M Haynes Show all
Stroke | LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS | Published : 2018
Awarded by Heart Foundation of Australia
These studies were supported by a Grant-In-Aid (G11M5907) from the Heart Foundation of Australia. We acknowledge support from a Contributing to Australian Scholarship and Science Foundation grant (Dr Broughton), Monash Strategic Grant (Dr Broughton), Monash Faculty Postgraduate Scholarship (Dr Evans), Australian Postgraduate Awards (Drs Chu, Chan, and Dinh), National Stroke Foundation Honours Grant (C.V. Gardiner-Mann), Monash Postgraduate Research Scholarship (Dr Brait), New Zealand Lottery Health Postdoctoral Fellowship (Dr Neumann), Australian Research Council Future Fellowship (Dr Arumugam), National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia Senior Research Fellowships (Drs Drummond and Sobey), National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia Project Grant (Drs Wallace and Lim), New Zealand Neurological Foundation and Royal Society of New Zealand Project Grant (Dr Clarkson), Maurice and Phyllis Paykel Trust (Dr Clarkson), and Victorian Government's Operational Infrastructure Support Program (Drs Wallace and Lim).