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  1. Netzley AH and Pelled G. The Pig as a Translational Animal Model for Biobehavioral and Neurotrauma Research. Biomedicine.

  2. Metto AC, Telgkamp P, McLane-Svoboda A, Gilad AA, Pelled G. Closed-loop neurostimulation via expression of magnetogenetics-sensitive protein in inhibitory neurons leads to reduction of seizure activity in a rat model of epilepsy. Brain Research

  3. Ricker B, Mitra S, Castellanos EA, Grady CJ, Woldring D, Pelled G, Gilad AA. Proposed three-phenylalanine motif involved in magnetoreception signaling of an Actinopterygii protein expressed in mammalian cells. (2023), Open Biology


  1. Krishnan V, Wade-Kleyn LC, Israeli RR, Pelled G. (2022). Peripheral Nerve Injury Induces Changes in the Activity of Inhibitory Interneurons as Visualized in Transgenic GAD1-GCaMP6s Rats. Biosensors (Basel).


  1. Netzley, AH, Hunt, RD, Franco-Arellano, J, Arnold, N, Vazquez, AI, Munoz, KA, Colbath, AC, Bush, TR, Pelled, G (2021). Multimodal characterization of Yucatan minipig behavior and physiology through maturation. Sci Rep11,22688.

  2. VanBuren, T, Cywiak, C, Telgkamp, P, Mallett, CL, Pelled, G (2021). Establishing an Octopus Ecosystem for Biomedical and Bioengineering Research. J Vis Exp,.

  3. Ashbaugh, RC, Udpa, L, Israeli, RR, Gilad, AA, Pelled, G (2021). Bioelectromagnetic Platform for Cell, Tissue, and In Vivo Stimulation. Biosensors (Basel)11,.

  4. Zhong, M, Cywiak, C, Metto, AC, Liu, X, Qian, C, Pelled, G . Multi-session delivery of synchronous rTMS and sensory stimulation induces long-term plasticity. Brain Stimul14,884-894.

  5. Hunt, RD, Ashbaugh, RC, Reimers, M, Udpa, L, Saldana De Jimenez, G, Moore, M, Gilad, AA, Pelled, G (2021). Swimming direction of the glass catfish is responsive to magnetic stimulation. PLoS One16,e0248141.

  6. Cywiak, C, Ashbaugh, RC, Metto, AC, Udpa, L, Qian, C, Gilad, AA, Reimers, M, Zhong, M, Pelled, G . Non-invasive neuromodulation using rTMS and the electromagnetic-perceptive gene (EPG) facilitates plasticity after nerve injury. Brain Stimul13,1774-1783.


  1. Krishnan, V, Xu, J, Mendoza, AG, Koretsky, A, Anderson, SA, Pelled, G (2020). High-resolution MEMRI characterizes laminar specific ascending and descending spinal cord pathways in rats. J Neurosci Methods340,108748.

  2. Farnum, A, Pelled, G (2020). New Vision for Visual Prostheses. Front Neurosci14,36.

  3. Hwang, J, Choi, Y, Lee, K, Krishnan, V, Pelled, G, Gilad, AA, Choi, J (2020). Regulation of Electromagnetic Perceptive Gene Using Ferromagnetic Particles for the External Control of Calcium Ion Transport. Biomolecules10,.


  1. Krishnan, VS, Shin, SS, Belegu, V, Celnik, P, Reimers, M, Smith, KR, Pelled, G (2019). Multimodal Evaluation of TMS - Induced Somatosensory Plasticity and Behavioral Recovery in Rats With Contusion Spinal Cord Injury. Front Neurosci13,387.

  2. Shin, SS, Krishnan, V, Stokes, W, Robertson, C, Celnik, P, Chen, Y, Song, X, Lu, H, Liu, P, Pelled, G et al. . Transcranial magnetic stimulation and environmental enrichment enhances cortical excitability and functional outcomes after traumatic brain injury. Brain Stimul11,1306-1313.

2002 - 2018

  1. Krishnan, V, Park, SA, Shin, SS, Alon, L, Tressler, CM, Stokes, W, Banerjee, J, Sorrell, ME, Tian, Y, Fridman, GY et al. (2018). Wireless control of cellular function by activation of a novel protein responsive to electromagnetic fields. Sci Rep8,8764.

  2. Shin, SS, Pelled, G (2017). Novel Neuromodulation Techniques to Assess Interhemispheric Communication in Neural Injury and Neurodegenerative Diseases. Front Neural Circuits11,15.

  3. Banerjee, J, Sorrell, ME, Celnik, PA, Pelled, G (2017). Immediate Effects of Repetitive Magnetic Stimulation on Single Cortical Pyramidal Neurons. PLoS One12,e0170528.

  4. Lu, H, Kobilo, T, Robertson, C, Tong, S, Celnik, P, Pelled, G (2015). Transcranial magnetic stimulation facilitates neurorehabilitation after pediatric traumatic brain injury. Sci Rep5,14769.

  5. Gilad, AA, Pelled, G (2015). New approaches for the neuroimaging of gene expression. Front Integr Neurosci9,5.

  6. Jouroukhin, Y, Nonyane, BA, Gilad, AA, Pelled, G (2014). Molecular neuroimaging of post-injury plasticity. J Mol Neurosci54,630-8.

  7. Li, N, van Zijl, P, Thakor, N, Pelled, G (2014). Study of the spatial correlation between neuronal activity and BOLD fMRI responses evoked by sensory and channelrhodopsin-2 stimulation in the rat somatosensory cortex. J Mol Neurosci53,553-61.

  8. Li, N, Yang, Y, Glover, DP, Zhang, J, Saraswati, M, Robertson, C, Pelled, G (2014). Evidence for impaired plasticity after traumatic brain injury in the developing brain. J Neurotrauma31,395-403.

  9. Jouroukhin, Y, Ostritsky, R, Assaf, Y, Pelled, G, Giladi, E, Gozes, I (2013). NAP (davunetide) modifies disease progression in a mouse model of severe neurodegeneration: protection against impairments in axonal transport. Neurobiol Dis56,79-94.

  10. Han, Y, Li, N, Zeiler, SR, Pelled, G (2013). Peripheral nerve injury induces immediate increases in layer v neuronal activity. Neurorehabil Neural Repair27,664-72.

  11. Airan, RD, Li, N, Gilad, AA, Pelled, G (2013). Genetic tools to manipulate MRI contrast. NMR Biomed26,803-9.

  12. Airan, RD, Bar-Shir, A, Liu, G, Pelled, G, McMahon, MT, van Zijl, PC, Bulte, JW, Gilad, AA (2012). MRI biosensor for protein kinase A encoded by a single synthetic gene. Magn Reson Med68,1919-23.

  13. Li, N, Downey, JE, Bar-Shir, A, Gilad, AA, Walczak, P, Kim, H, Joel, SE, Pekar, JJ, Thakor, NV, Pelled, G et al. (2011). Optogenetic-guided cortical plasticity after nerve injury. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A108,8838-43.

  14. Pelled, G (2011). MRI of neuronal plasticity in rodent models. Methods Mol Biol711,567-78.

  15. Li, N, Pelled, G, Thakor, NV (2010). Probabilistic independent component analysis for laser speckle contrast images reveals in vivo multi - component vascular responses to forepaw stimulation. Annu Int Conf IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc2010,1982-5.

  16. Pelled, G, Bergstrom, DA, Tierney, PL, Conroy, RS, Chuang, KH, Yu, D, Leopold, DA, Walters, JR, Koretsky, AP (2009). Ipsilateral cortical fMRI responses after peripheral nerve damage in rats reflect increased interneuron activity. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A106,14114-9.

  17. Tucciarone, J, Chuang, KH, Dodd, SJ, Silva, A, Pelled, G, Koretsky, AP (2009). Layer specific tracing of corticocortical and thalamocortical connectivity in the rodent using manganese enhanced MRI. Neuroimage44,923-31.

  18. Goelman, G, Pelled, G, Dodd, S, Koretsky, A (2008). Tracking the effects of crusher gradients on gradient-echo BOLD signal in space and time during rat sensory stimulation. Magn Reson Med60,548-54.

  19. Silva, AC, Lee, JH, Wu, CW, Tucciarone, J, Pelled, G, Aoki, I, Koretsky, AP (2008). Detection of cortical laminar architecture using manganese-enhanced MRI. J Neurosci Methods167,246-57.

  20. Pelled, G, Bergman, H, Ben-Hur, T, Goelman, G (2007). Manganese-enhanced MRI in a rat model of Parkinson's disease. J Magn Reson Imaging26,863-70.

  21. Kipervaser, ZG, Pelled, G, Goelman, G (2007). Statistical framework and noise sensitivity of the amplitude radial correlation contrast method. Magn Reson Med58,554-61.

  22. Pelled, G, Chuang, KH, Dodd, SJ, Koretsky, AP (2007). Functional MRI detection of bilateral cortical reorganization in the rodent brain following peripheral nerve deafferentation. Neuroimage37,262-73.

  23. Goelman, G, Pelled, G, Dodd, S, Koretsky, A (2007). Observation of two distinct spatial-temporal BOLD clusters during sensory stimulation in rats. Neuroimage34,1220-6.

  24. Pelled, G, Dodd, SJ, Koretsky, AP (2006). Catheter confocal fluorescence imaging and functional magnetic resonance imaging of local and systems level recovery in the regenerating rodent sciatic nerve. Neuroimage30,847-56.

  25. Pelled, G, Bergman, H, Ben-Hur, T, Goelman, G (2005). Reduced basal activity and increased functional homogeneity in sensorimotor and striatum of a Parkinson's disease rat model: a functional MRI study. Eur J Neurosci21,2227-32.

  26. Pelled, G, Goelman, G (2004). Different physiological MRI noise between cortical layers. Magn Reson Med52,913-6.

  27. Pelled, G, Bergman, H, Goelman, G (2002). Bilateral overactivation of the sensorimotor cortex in the unilateral rodent model of Parkinson's disease - a functional magnetic resonance imaging study. Eur J Neurosci15,389-94.

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