Scientific publications

Hoh Kam, J., & Mitrofanis, J. (2024).

“Does photobiomodulation require glucose to work effectively?”

Neural regeneration research, 19(5), 945–946.

Hoh Kam, J., & Mitrofanis, J. (2023)

« Glucose Improves the Efficacy of Photobiomodulation in Changing ATP and ROS Levels in Mouse Fibroblast Cell Cultures. » 

Cells, 12(21), 2533.  

Dole, M., Auboiroux, V., Langar, L., & Mitrofanis, J. (2023)

« A systematic review of the effects of transcranial photobiomodulation on brain activity in humans. »

Reviews in the neurosciences, 34(6), 671–693.

Valverde, A., Hamilton, C., Moro, C., Billeres, M., Magistretti, P., & Mitrofanis, J. (2023)

« Lights at night: does photobiomodulation improve sleep? »

Neural regeneration research, 18(3), 474–477.

Gordon, L. C., Martin, K. L., Torres, N., Benabid, A. L., Mitrofanis, J., Stone, J., Moro, C., & Johnstone, D. M. (2023)

« Remote photobiomodulation targeted at the abdomen or legs provides effective neuroprotection against parkinsonian MPTP insult. »

The European journal of neuroscience, 57(9), 1611–1624.

Naour, A. L., Beziat, E., Kam, J. H., Magistretti, P., Benabid, A. L., & Mitrofanis, J. (2023).

« Do astrocytes respond to light, sound, or electrical stimulation? »

Neural regeneration research, 18(11), 2343–2347.

L. Struber, S. Karakas, A. Bellicha, L. Devigne, F. Pasteau, F. Martel, V. Juillard, A. Castillejo, S. Chabardes, T. Aksenova, G. Charvet & M. Babel. (BCI Meeting 2023) 

« A shared-control framework for BCI control of various effectors: towards home-used BCIs »

Moly, A., Aksenov, A., Martel, F. & Aksenova, T. (2023).

« Online adaptive group-wise sparse Penalized Recursive Exponentially Weighted N-way Partial Least Square for epidural intracranial BCI »

Frontiers in human neuroscience, 17, 1075666.

Śliwowski, M., Martin, M., Souloumiac, A., Blanchart, P., & Aksenova, T. (2023).

« Impact of dataset size and long-term ECoG-based BCI usage on deep learning decoders performance. »

Frontiers in human neuroscience, 17, 1111645.

Davin A, Chabardès S, Devergnas A, Benstaali C, Gutekunst CN, David O, Torres-Martinez N, Piallat B (2023)

« Excessive daytime sleepiness in a model of Parkinson’s disease improved by low-frequency stimulation of the pedunculopontine nucleus. »

NPJ Parkinson’s disease, 9(1), 9.

Moro, C., Liebert, A., Hamilton, C., Pasqual, N., Jeffery, G., Stone, J., & Mitrofanis, J. (2022).

« The code of light: do neurons generate light to communicate and repair? »

Neural regeneration research, 17(6), 1251–1252.

Benabid, A. L., Mitrofanis, J., Chabardes, S., & Garrec, P. (2022).

« What technologies bring in the field of neurological disorders : Current realities and future perspectives.  »

Medecine sciences : M/S38(3), 241–242.

Shinhmar, H., Hoh Kam, J., Mitrofanis, J., Hogg, C., & Jeffery, G. (2022).

« Shifting patterns of cellular energy production (adenosine triphosphate) over the day and key timings for the effect of optical manipulation»

Journal of biophotonics, 15(10), e202200093.

Hamilton, C., Liebert, A., Pang, V., Magistretti, P., & Mitrofanis, J. (2022).

« Lights on for Autism: Exploring Photobiomodulation as an Effective Therapeutic Option. »

Neurology international, 14(4), 884–893.

Moro, C., Valverde, A., Dole, M., Hoh Kam, J., Hamilton, C., Liebert, A., Bicknell, B., Benabid, A. L., Magistretti, P., & Mitrofanis, J. (2022).

« The effect of photobiomodulation on the brain during wakefulness and sleep. »

Frontiers in neuroscience, 16, 942536.

Liebert, A., Bicknell, B., Laakso, E. L., Heller, G., Jalilitabaei, P., Tilley, S., Mitrofanis, J., & Kiat, H. (2021).

« Improvements in clinical signs of Parkinson’s disease using photobiomodulation: a prospective proof-of-concept study. »

BMC neurology, 21(1), 256.

Johnstone, D. M., Hamilton, C., Gordon, L. C., Moro, C., Torres, N., Nicklason, F., Stone, J., Benabid, A. L., & Mitrofanis, J. (2021).

« Exploring the Use of Intracranial and Extracranial (Remote) Photobiomodulation Devices in Parkinson’s Disease: A Comparison of Direct and Indirect Systemic Stimulations. »

Journal of Alzheimer’s disease : JAD83(4), 1399–1413.