Journal article

Long-Term Intermittent Hypoxia Elevates Cobalt Levels in the Brain and Injures White Matter in Adult Mice

Sigrid C Veasey, Jessica Lear, Yan Zhu, Judith B Grinspan, Dominic J Hare, SiHe Wang, Dustin Bunch, Philip A Doble, Stephen R Robinson

Sleep | OXFORD UNIV PRESS INC | Published : 2013

University of Melbourne Researchers

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Awarded by NATIONAL HEART, LUNG, AND BLOOD INSTITUTE


Funding Acknowledgements

Dr. Veasey and Dr. Lear contributed equally to this work. Some of this research was undertaken while Dr. Robinson was on sabbatical at the Centre for Sleep and Circadian Neurobiology, University of Pennsylvania. The authors acknowledge the support of National Institutes of Health (HL 079555 and HL 096037), the Australian Research Council (DP120102614) and Agilent Technologies, Kennelec Scientific (LP100200254). The authors thank Dr Diane Lim for assisting at the outset of this study and for her thoughtful comments on early drafts of this manuscript. We are also grateful to Professors Ralf Dringen and Allan Pack for their helpful suggestions. Work for this study was performed at University of Technology, Sydney; University of Pennsylvania; Cleveland Clinic; and Monash University.