Urs Meyer
Urs Meyer
Institute of Pharmacology and Toxicology, University of Zurich - Vetsuisse, Switzerland
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The time of prenatal immune challenge determines the specificity of inflammation-mediated brain and behavioral pathology
U Meyer, M Nyffeler, A Engler, A Urwyler, M Schedlowski, I Knuesel, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 26 (18), 4752-4762, 2006
Prenatal poly (i: C) exposure and other developmental immune activation models in rodent systems
U Meyer
Biological psychiatry 75 (4), 307-315, 2014
Towards an immuno-precipitated neurodevelopmental animal model of schizophrenia
U Meyer, J Feldon, M Schedlowski, BK Yee
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 29 (6), 913-947, 2005
Adult brain and behavioral pathological markers of prenatal immune challenge during early/middle and late fetal development in mice
U Meyer, M Nyffeler, BK Yee, I Knuesel, J Feldon
Brain, behavior, and immunity 22 (4), 469-486, 2008
Stress in puberty unmasks latent neuropathological consequences of prenatal immune activation in mice
S Giovanoli, H Engler, A Engler, J Richetto, M Voget, R Willi, C Winter, ...
Science 339 (6123), 1095-1099, 2013
Schizophrenia and autism: both shared and disorder-specific pathogenesis via perinatal inflammation
U Meyer, J Feldon, O Dammann
Pediatr Res 69 (5 Pt 2), 26R-33R, 2011
Systemic immune challenges trigger and drive Alzheimer-like neuropathology in mice
D Krstic, A Madhusudan, J Doehner, P Vogel, T Notter, C Imhof, ...
Journal of neuroinflammation 9 (1), 151, 2012
Epidemiology-driven neurodevelopmental animal models of schizophrenia
U Meyer, J Feldon
Progress in neurobiology 90 (3), 285-326, 2010
A review of the fetal brain cytokine imbalance hypothesis of schizophrenia
U Meyer, J Feldon, BK Yee
Schizophrenia bulletin 35 (5), 959-972, 2008
In-vivo rodent models for the experimental investigation of prenatal immune activation effects in neurodevelopmental brain disorders
U Meyer, J Feldon, SH Fatemi
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 33 (7), 1061-1079, 2009
The neurodevelopmental impact of prenatal infections at different times of pregnancy: the earlier the worse?
U Meyer, BK Yee, J Feldon
The Neuroscientist 13 (3), 241-256, 2007
Immunological stress at the maternal–foetal interface: a link between neurodevelopment and adult psychopathology
U Meyer, J Feldon, M Schedlowski, BK Yee
Brain, behavior, and immunity 20 (4), 378-388, 2006
Oxidative stress-driven parvalbumin interneuron impairment as a common mechanism in models of schizophrenia
P Steullet, JH Cabungcal, J Coyle, M Didriksen, K Gill, AA Grace, ...
Molecular psychiatry 22 (7), 936, 2017
To poly (I: C) or not to poly (I: C): advancing preclinical schizophrenia research through the use of prenatal immune activation models
U Meyer, J Feldon
Neuropharmacology 62 (3), 1308-1321, 2012
Inflammatory processes in schizophrenia: a promising neuroimmunological target for the treatment of negative/cognitive symptoms and beyond
U Meyer, MJ Schwarz, N Müller
Pharmacology & therapeutics 132 (1), 96-110, 2011
Adult behavioral and pharmacological dysfunctions following disruption of the fetal brain balance between pro-inflammatory and IL-10-mediated anti-inflammatory signaling
U Meyer, PJ Murray, A Urwyler, BK Yee, M Schedlowski, J Feldon
Molecular psychiatry 13 (2), 208, 2008
Late prenatal immune activation in mice leads to behavioral and neurochemical abnormalities relevant to the negative symptoms of schizophrenia
BKY Bitanihirwe, D Peleg-Raibstein, F Mouttet, J Feldon, U Meyer
Neuropsychopharmacology 35 (12), 2462, 2010
Prenatal immune activation leads to multiple changes in basal neurotransmitter levels in the adult brain: implications for brain disorders of neurodevelopmental origin such as …
C Winter, A Djodari-Irani, R Sohr, R Morgenstern, J Feldon, G Juckel, ...
International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology 12 (4), 513-524, 2009
Relative Prenatal and Postnatal Maternal Contributions to Schizophrenia-Related Neurochemical Dysfunction after In Utero Immune Challenge
U Meyer, M Nyffeler, S Schwendener, I Knuesel, BK Yee, J Feldon
Neuropsychopharmacology 33 (2), 441, 2008
A longitudinal examination of the neurodevelopmental impact of prenatal immune activation in mice reveals primary defects in dopaminergic development relevant to schizophrenia
S Vuillermot, L Weber, J Feldon, U Meyer
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (4), 1270-1287, 2010
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