Αndreas Plaitakis, MD, PhD

Proffesor Emeritus

University of Crete Medical School

 

Publications

1. Spanaki C, Plaitakis A.  The role of glutamate dehydrogenase in mammalian ammonia metabolism.Neurotox Res. 21(1):117-27, 2012.

2. Zaganas I, Halpin AP, Oleinik A, Alegakis A, Kotzamani D, Zafiris S, Chlapoutaki C, Tsimoulis D, Giannakoudakis E, Chochlidakis N, Ntailiani A, Valatsou C, Papadaki E, Vakis A, Furie KL, Greenberg SM, Plaitakis A. A comparison of acute hemorrhagic stroke outcomes in 2 populations: the Crete-Boston study.Stroke. 42(12):3640-2, 2011.

3.Plaitakis A, Latsoudis H, Spanaki C. The human GLUD2 glutamate dehydrogenase and its regulation in health and disease.Neurochem Int. 59(4):495-509, 2011.

4. Borompokas N, Papachatzaki MM, Kanavouras K, Mastorodemos V, Zaganas I, Spanaki C, Plaitakis A. Estrogen modification of human glutamate dehydrogenases is linked to enzyme activation state.J Biol Chem. 285(41):31380-7, 2010.

5. Mastorodemos V, Nikolakaki H, Tzagournissakis M, Kotzamani D, Panou T, Spanaki C, Klados G, Maris T, Kontolaimaki E, Psaroudaki K, Chlouverakis G, Georgakakis G, Plaitakis A. Benign multiple sclerosis in Crete.Mult Scler. 16(6):701-6, 2010.

6. Spanaki C, Zaganas I, Kleopa KA, Plaitakis A. Human GLUD2 glutamate dehydrogenase is expressed in neural and testicular supporting cells.J Biol Chem. 285(22):16748-56, 2010.