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    1. Mills, CD; Grady, JJ; Hulsebosch, CE
      Changes in exploratory behavior as a measure of chronic central pain following spinal cord injury

      JOURNAL OF NEUROTRAUMA
    2. Christensen, D; Gautron, M; Guilbaud, G; Kayser, V
      Effect of gabapentin and lamotrigine on mechanical allodynia-like behaviour in a rat model of trigeminal neuropathic pain

      PAIN
    3. Shorvon, S
      Pyrrolidone derivatives

      LANCET
    4. Isoherranen, N; Yagen, T; Soback, T; Roeder, M; Schurig, V; Bialer, M
      Pharmacokinetics of levetiracetam and its enantiomer (R)-alpha-ethyl-2-oxo-pyrrolidine acetamide in dogs

      EPILEPSIA
    5. Tober, C; Loscher, W; Honack, D; Bartsch, R
      AWD 140-190: A potent anticonvulsant in the amygdala-kindling model of partial epilepsy

      EPILEPSIA
    6. Klitgaard, H
      Levetiracetam: The preclinical profile of a new class of antiepileptic drugs?

      EPILEPSIA
    7. Madeja, M; Wolf, C; Speckmann, EJ
      Reduction of voltage-operated sodium currents by the anticonvulsant drug sulthiame

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    8. Genton, P; Van Vleymen, B
      Piracetam and levetiracetam: close structural similarities but different pharmacological and clinical profiles

      EPILEPTIC DISORDERS
    9. Picard, F; Deshaies, Y; Lalonde, J; Samson, P; Richard, D
      Topiramate reduces energy and fat gains in lean (Fa/?) and obese (fa/fa) Zucker rats

      OBESITY RESEARCH
    10. Laird, MA; Gidal, BE
      Use of gabapentin in the treatment of neuropathic pain

      ANNALS OF PHARMACOTHERAPY
    11. Hashizume, K; Kunimoto, M; Maeda, T; Tanaka, T
      Antiepileptic effect of nefiracetam on kainic acid-induced limbic seizure in rats

      EPILEPSY RESEARCH
    12. Richard, D; Ferland, J; Lalonde, J; Samson, P; Deshaies, Y
      Influence of topiramate in the regulation of energy balance

      NUTRITION
    13. Kayser, V; Christensen, D
      Antinociceptive effect of systemic gabapentin in mononeuropathic rats, depends on stimulus characteristics and level of test integration

      PAIN
    14. Dooley, DJ; Mieske, CA; Borosky, SA
      Inhibition of K+-evoked glutamate release from rat neocortical and hippocampal slices by gabapentin

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    15. Cereghino, JJ; Biton, V; Abou-Khalil, B; Dreifuss, F; Gauer, LJ; Leppik, I
      Levetiracetam for partial seizures - Results of a double-blind, randomizedclinical trial

      NEUROLOGY
    16. Kruse, K
      Actual aspects of vitamin D deficiency rickets

      MONATSSCHRIFT KINDERHEILKUNDE
    17. Loscher, W; Richter, A
      Piracetam and levetiracetam, two pyrrolidone derivatives, exert antidystonic activity in a hamster model of paroxysmal dystonia

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    18. Mao, JR; Chen, LL
      Gabapentin in pain management

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    19. Jennings, HR; Romanelli, F
      The use of valproic acid in HIV-positive patients

      ANNALS OF PHARMACOTHERAPY
    20. Wang, MH; Offord, J; Oxender, DL; Su, TZ
      Structural requirement of the calcium-channel subunit alpha(2)delta for gabapentin binding

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    21. Matsuura, M
      Epileptic psychoses and anticonvulsant drug treatment

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    22. WOLFE JF; GREENWOOD TD; MULHERON JM
      RECENT TRENDS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF NEW ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUGS

      Expert opinion on therapeutic patents
    23. TAYLOR CP; GEE NS; SU TZ; KOCSIS JD; WELTY DF; BROWN JP; DOOLEY DJ; BODEN P; SINGH L
      A SUMMARY OF MECHANISTIC HYPOTHESES OF GABAPENTIN PHARMACOLOGY

      Epilepsy research
    24. RENZULLI P; TUCHSCHMID P; EICH G; FANCONI S; SCHWOBEL MG
      EARLY VITAMIN-K DEFICIENCY BLEEDING AFTER MATERNAL PHENOBARBITAL INTAKE - MANAGEMENT OF MASSIVE INTRACRANIAL HEMORRHAGE BY MINIMAL SURGICALINTERVENTION

      European journal of pediatrics
    25. WEBB J; KAMALI F
      ANALGESIC EFFECTS OF LAMOTRIGINE AND PHENYTOIN ON COLD-INDUCED PAIN -A CROSSOVER PLACEBO-CONTROLLED STUDY IN HEALTHY-VOLUNTEERS

      Pain
    26. CARLTON SM; ZHOU ST
      ATTENUATION OF FORMALIN-INDUCED NOCICEPTIVE BEHAVIORS FOLLOWING LOCALPERIPHERAL INJECTION OF GABAPENTIN

      Pain
    27. KELLY KM
      GABAPENTIN - ANTIEPILEPTIC MECHANISM OF ACTION

      Neuropsychobiology
    28. JEFFERSON JW
      POSSIBLE RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH VALPROATE TREATMENT OF AIDS-RELATED MANIA

      The Journal of clinical psychiatry
    29. STEFANI A; SPADONI F; BERNARDI G
      GABAPENTIN INHIBITS CALCIUM CURRENTS IN ISOLATED RAT-BRAIN NEURONS

      Neuropharmacology
    30. TAYLOR CP
      MECHANISMS OF ACTION OF GABAPENTIN

      Medicamentos de actualidad
    31. HUTSON SM; BERKICH D; DROWN P; XU BY; ASCHNER M; LANOUE KF
      ROLE OF BRANCHED-CHAIN AMINOTRANSFERASE ISOENZYMES AND GABAPENTIN IN NEUROTRANSMITTER METABOLISM

      Journal of neurochemistry
    32. CHO SW; CHO EH; CHOI SY
      ACTIVATION OF 2 TYPES OF BRAIN GLUTAMATE-DEHYDROGENASE ISOPROTEINS BYGABAPENTIN

      FEBS letters
    33. KLITGAARD H; MATAGNE A; GOBERT J; WULFERT E
      EVIDENCE FOR A UNIQUE PROFILE OF LEVETIRACETAM IN RODENT MODELS OF SEIZURES AND EPILEPSY

      European journal of pharmacology
    34. PARTRIDGE BJ; CHAPLAN SR; SAKAMOTO E; YAKSH TL
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE EFFECTS OF GABAPENTIN AND 3-ISOBUTYL-GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC ACID ON SUBSTANCE-P-INDUCED THERMAL HYPERALGESIA

      Anesthesiology
    35. JUN JH; YAKSH TL
      THE EFFECT OF INTRATHECAL GABAPENTIN AND 3-ISOBUTYL GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC-ACID ON THE HYPERALGESIA OBSERVED AFTER THERMAL-INJURY IN THE RAT

      Anesthesia and analgesia
    36. HARIA M; BALFOUR JA
      LEVETIRACETAM

      CNS DRUGS
    37. TRENITE DGAK; EDELBROEK PM
      ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUG-TREATMENT IN THE 90S IN THE NETHERLANDS

      Pharmacy world & science
    38. QUESADA O; HIRSCH JC; GOZLAN H; BENARI Y; BERNARD C
      EPILEPTIFORM ACTIVITY BUT NOT SYNAPTIC PLASTICITY IS BLOCKED BY OXIDATION OF NMDA RECEPTORS IN A CHRONIC MODEL OF TEMPORAL-LOBE EPILEPSY

      Epilepsy research
    39. ZONA C; CIOTTI MT; AVOLI M
      TOPIRAMATE ATTENUATES VOLTAGE-GATED SODIUM CURRENTS IN RAT CEREBELLARGRANULE CELLS

      Neuroscience letters
    40. TAYLOR CP
      MECHANISMS OF ACTION OF GABAPENTIN

      Revue neurologique
    41. BIRNSTIEL S; WULFERT E; BECK SG
      LEVETIRACETAM (UCB L059) AFFECTS IN-VITRO MODELS OF EPILEPSY IN CA3 PYRAMIDAL NEURONS WITHOUT ALTERING NORMAL SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    42. MARGINEANU DG; WULFERT E
      INHIBITION BY LEVETIRACETAM OF A NON-GABA(A) RECEPTOR-ASSOCIATED EPILEPTIFORM EFFECT OF BICUCULLINE IN RAT HIPPOCAMPUS

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    43. TRENITE DGAKN; MARESCAUX C; STODIECK S; EDELBROEK PM; OOSTING J
      PHOTOSENSITIVE EPILEPSY - A MODEL TO STUDY THE EFFECTS OF ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUGS - EVALUATION OF THE PIRACETAM ANALOG, LEVETIRACETAM

      Epilepsy research
    44. SHARIEF MK; SINGH P; SANDER LWAS; PATSALOS PN; SHORVON SD
      EFFICACY AND TOLERABILITY STUDY OF UCB L059 IN PATIENTS WITH REFRACTORY EPILEPSY

      Journal of epilepsy
    45. QUESADA O; HIRSCH J; BENARI Y; BERNARD C
      REDOX SITES OF NMDA RECEPTORS CAN MODULATE EPILEPTIFORM ACTIVITY IN HIPPOCAMPAL SLICES FROM KAINIC ACID-TREATED RATS

      Neuroscience letters
    46. RATNARAJ N; DOHENY HC; PATSALOS PN
      A MICROMETHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF THE NEW ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUG LEVETIRACETAM (UCB LO59) IN SERUM OR PLASMA BY HIGH-PERFORMANCE LIQUID-CHROMATOGRAPHY

      Therapeutic drug monitoring
    47. LOSCHER W; HONACK D; BLOMSFUNKE P
      THE NOVEL ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUG LEVETIRACETAM (UCB L059) INDUCES ALTERATIONS IN GABA-METABOLISM AND TURNOVER IN DISCRETE AREAS OF RAT-BRAIN AND REDUCES NEURONAL-ACTIVITY IN SUBSTANTIA-NIGRA PARS RETICULATA

      Brain research
    48. LOSCHER W; EBERT U; LEHMANN H
      KINDLING INDUCES A LASTING, REGIONALLY SELECTIVE INCREASE OF KYNURENIC ACID IN THE NUCLEUS-ACCUMBENS

      Brain research
    49. ANDREWS JE; EBRONMCCOY M; BOJIC U; NAU H; KAVLOCK RJ
      VALIDATION OF AN IN-VITRO TERATOLOGY SYSTEM USING CHIRAL SUBSTANCES -STEREOSELECTIVE TERATOGENICITY OF 4-YN-VALPROIC ACID IN CULTURED MOUSE EMBRYOS

      Toxicology and applied pharmacology
    50. DESARRO G; CHIMIRRI A; DESARRO A; GITTO R; GRASSO S; GIUSTI P; CHAPMAN AG
      GYKI-52466 AND RELATED 2,3-BENZODIAZEPINES AS ANTICONVULSANT AGENTS IN DBA 2 MICE/

      European journal of pharmacology
    51. NOYER M; GILLARD M; MATAGNE A; HENICHART JP; WULFERT E
      THE NOVEL ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUG LEVETIRACETAM (UCB L059) APPEARS TO ACT VIA A SPECIFIC BINDING-SITE IN CNS MEMBRANES

      European journal of pharmacology
    52. ROGAWSKI MA; LE DQ; UYAKUL D; PANNELL LK; SUBRAMANIAM S; YAMAGUCHI SI; KOKATE TG
      ANTICONVULSANT EFFICACY OF ADCI (5-AMINOCARBONYL-LO,11-DIHYDRO-5H-DIBENZO[A,D] CYCLOHEPTEN-5,10-IMINE) AFTER ACUTE AND CHRONIC DOSING IN MICE

      Epilepsia
    53. FISHER R; BLUM D
      CLOBAZAM, OXCARBAZEPINE, TIAGABINE, TOPIRAMATE, AND OTHER NEW ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUGS

      Epilepsia
    54. DESARRO G; AMMENDOLA D; NAVA F; DESARRO A
      EFFECTS OF SOME EXCITATORY AMINO-ACID ANTAGONISTS ON IMIPENEM-INDUCEDSEIZURES IN DBA 2 MICE/

      Brain research
    55. ASANO Y; SERIKAWA T; YAMADA J
      IMPROVEMENT OF POOR OPERANT PERFORMANCE BY CONTINUAL INTAKE OF PHENOBARBITAL IN SPONTANEOUSLY EPILEPTIC RATS

      Jikken Dobutsu
    56. GILLARD M; NOYER M; HENICHART JP; WULFERT E
      THE NOVEL ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUG LEVETIRACETAM (UCB L059) APPEARS TO ACT VIA A SPECIFIC BINDING-SITE IN CNS MEMBRANES

      British Journal of Pharmacology
    57. BERGER MS; GHATAN S; HAGLUND MM; DOBBINS J; OJEMANN GA
      LOW-GRADE GLIOMAS ASSOCIATED WITH INTRACTABLE EPILEPSY - SEIZURE OUTCOME UTILIZING ELECTROCORTICOGRAPHY DURING TUMOR RESECTION

      Journal of neurosurgery
    58. SUGAI K
      SEIZURES WITH CLONAZEPAM - DISCONTINUATION AND SUGGESTIONS FOR SAFE DISCONTINUATION RATES IN CHILDREN

      Epilepsia


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