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    1. Xiao, JF; Fischer, C; Steinlein, OK
      Cloning and mutations analysis of the human potassium channel KCNQ2 gene promoter

      NEUROREPORT
    2. Kjeldsen, MJ; Kyvik, KO; Christensen, K; Friis, ML
      Genetic and environmental factors in epilepsy: a population-based study of11900 Danish twin pairs

      EPILEPSY RESEARCH
    3. Robbins, J
      KCNQ potassium channels: physiology, pathophysiology, and pharmacology

      PHARMACOLOGY & THERAPEUTICS
    4. Steinlein, OK
      Genes and mutations in idiopathic epilepsy

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL GENETICS
    5. Lerche, H; Jurkat-Rott, K; Lehmann-Horn, F
      Ion channels and epilepsy

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL GENETICS
    6. Heilstedt, HA; Burgess, DL; Anderson, AE; Chedrawi, A; Tharp, B; Lee, O; Kashork, CD; Starkey, DE; Wu, YQ; Noebels, JL; Shaffer, LG; Shapira, SK
      Loss of the potassium channel beta-subunit gene, KCNAB2, is associated with epilepsy in patients with 1p36 deletion syndrome

      EPILEPSIA
    7. Berkovic, SF; Scheffer, IE
      Genetics of the epilepsies

      EPILEPSIA
    8. Cooper, EC
      Potassium channels: How genetic studies of epileptic syndromes open paths to new therapeutic targets and drugs

      EPILEPSIA
    9. Jentsch, TJ
      Neuronal KCNQ potassium channels: Physiology and role in disease

      NATURE REVIEWS NEUROSCIENCE
    10. Morton, LD; Pellock, JM
      Overview of childhood epilepsy and epileptic syndromes and advances in therapy

      CURRENT PHARMACEUTICAL DESIGN
    11. Stafstrom, CE; Tempel, BL
      Epilepsy genes: The link between molecular dysfunction and pathophysiology

      MENTAL RETARDATION AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES RESEARCH REVIEWS
    12. Pellock, JM; Morton, LD
      Treatment of epilepsy in the multiply handicapped

      MENTAL RETARDATION AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES RESEARCH REVIEWS
    13. Hirose, S; Okada, M; Kaneko, S; Mitsudome, A
      Are some idiopathic epilepsies disorders of ion channels?: A working hypothesis

      EPILEPSY RESEARCH
    14. Gardiner, RM
      Impact of our understanding of the genetic aetiology of epilepsy

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY
    15. Zhu, G; Okada, M; Murakami, T; Kamata, A; Kawata, Y; Wada, K; Kaneko, S
      Dysfunction of M-channel enhances propagation of neuronal excitability in rat hippocampus monitored by multielectrode dish and microdialysis systems

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    16. Rundfeldt, C; Netzer, R
      The novel anticonvulsant retigabine activates M-currents in Chinese hamster ovary-cells tranfected with human KCNQ2/3 subunits

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    17. Rogawski, MA
      KCNQ2/KCNQ3 K+ channels and the molecular pathogenesis of epilepsy: implications for therapy

      TRENDS IN NEUROSCIENCES
    18. Moulard, B; Crespel, A; Malafosse, A; Baldy-Moulinier, M
      Recent insights about genetics of human idiopathic epilepsies and febrilesseizures

      REVUE NEUROLOGIQUE
    19. Gambardella, A; Annesi, G; De Fusco, M; Patrignani, A; Aguglia, U; Annesi, F; Pasqua, AA; Spadafora, P; Oliveri, RL; Valentino, P; Zappia, M; Ballabio, A; Casari, G; Quattrone, A
      A new locus for autosomal dominant nocturnal frontal lobe epilepsy maps tochromosome 1

      NEUROLOGY
    20. Cooper, EC; Aldape, KD; Abosch, A; Barbaro, NM; Berger, MS; Peacock, WS; Jan, YN; Jan, LY
      Colocalization and coassembly of two human brain M-type potassium channel subunits that are mutated in epilepsy

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    21. Watanabe, H; Nagata, E; Kosakai, A; Nakamura, M; Yokoyama, M; Tanaka, K; Sasai, H
      Disruption of the epilepsy KCNQ2 gene results in neural hyperexcitability

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    22. Racacho, LJ; McLachlan, RS; Ebers, GC; Maher, J; Bulman, DE
      Evidence favoring genetic heterogeneity for febrile convulsions

      EPILEPSIA
    23. Robinson, R; Gardiner, M
      Genetics of childhood epilepsy

      ARCHIVES OF DISEASE IN CHILDHOOD
    24. Kramer, U
      'Epilepsy in the first year of life: A review

      JOURNAL OF CHILD NEUROLOGY
    25. Ryan, SG
      Ion channels and the genetic contribution to epilepsy

      JOURNAL OF CHILD NEUROLOGY
    26. Poza, JJ; Saenz, A; Martinez-Gil, A; Cheron, N; Cobo, AM; Urtasun, M; Marti-Masso, JF; Grid, D; Beckmann, JS; Prud'homme, JF; de Munain, AL
      Autosomal dominant lateral temporal epilepsy: Clinical and genetic study of a large Basque pedigree linked to chromosome 10q

      ANNALS OF NEUROLOGY
    27. Leppert, MF; Singh, N
      Susceptibility genes in human epilepsy

      SEMINARS IN NEUROLOGY
    28. Ferraro, TN; Golden, GT; Smith, GG; St Jean, P; Schork, NJ; Mulholland, N; Ballas, C; Schill, J; Buono, RJ; Berrettini, WH
      Mapping loci for pentylenetetrazol-induced seizure susceptibility in mice

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    29. Steinlein, OK
      Gene defects in idiopathic epilepsy

      REVUE NEUROLOGIQUE
    30. McNamara, JO
      Emerging insights into the genesis of epilepsy

      NATURE
    31. Cooper, EC; Jan, LY
      Ion channel genes and human neurological disease: Recent progress, prospects, and challenges

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    32. Prasad, AN; Prasad, C; Stafstrom, CE
      Recent advances in the genetics of epilepsy: Insights from human and animal studies

      EPILEPSIA
    33. Maihara, T; Tsuji, M; Higuchi, Y; Hattori, H
      Benign familial neonatal convulsions followed by benign epilepsy with centrotemporal spikes in two siblings

      EPILEPSIA
    34. Steinlein, OK
      Idiopathic epilepsies with a monogenic mode of inheritance

      EPILEPSIA
    35. Moulard, B; Guipponi, M; Chaigne, D; Mouthon, D; Buresi, C; Malafosse, A
      Identification of a new locus for generalized epilepsy with febrile seizures plus (GEFS+) on chromosome 2q24-q33

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HUMAN GENETICS
    36. Durner, M; Zhou, CL; Fu, DY; Abreu, P; Shinnar, S; Resor, SR; Moshe, SL; Rosenbaum, D; Cohen, J; Harden, C; Kang, H; Wallace, S; Luciano, D; Ballaban-Gil, K; Klotz, I; Dicker, E; Greenberg, DA
      Evidence for linkage of adolescent-onset idiopathic generalized epilepsiesto chromosome 8 - and genetic heterogeneity

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HUMAN GENETICS
    37. STOFFEL M; JAN LY
      EPILEPSY GENES - EXCITEMENT TRACED TO POTASSIUM CHANNELS

      Nature genetics
    38. SINGH NA; CHARLIER C; STAUFFER D; DUPONT BR; LEACH RJ; MELIS R; RONEN GM; BJERRE I; QUATTLEBAUM T; MURPHY JV; MCHARG ML; GAGNON D; ROSALES TO; PEIFFER A; ANDERSON VE; LEPPERT M
      A NOVEL POTASSIUM CHANNEL GENE, KCNQ2, IS MUTATED IN AN INHERITED EPILEPSY OF NEWBORNS

      Nature genetics
    39. MILLER LL; PELLOCK JM; DELORENZO RJ; MEYER JM; COREY LA
      UNIVARIATE GENETIC ANALYSES OF EPILEPSY AND SEIZURES IN A POPULATION-BASED TWIN STUDY - THE VIRGINIA TWIN REGISTRY

      Genetic epidemiology
    40. Novotny, EJ
      The role of clinical neurophysiology in the management of epilepsy

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    41. ZARA F; CARBONE I; BRICARELLI FD
      GENERICS OF THE EPILEPSIES

      Rivista italiana di pediatria
    42. KUGLER SL; JOHNSON WG
      GENETICS OF THE FEBRILE SEIZURE SUSCEPTIBILITY TRAIT

      Brain & development
    43. BERKOVIC SF; HOWELL RA; HAY DA; HOPPER JL
      EPILEPSIES IN TWINS - GENETICS OF THE MAJOR EPILEPSY SYNDROMES

      Annals of neurology
    44. POTTER NT; TARLETON J
      NEUROGENETICS IN DEVELOPMENTAL AND BEHAVIORAL PEDIATRICS - ADVANCES IN MOLECULAR DIAGNOSIS

      Journal of developmental and behavioral pediatrics
    45. STEINLEIN O
      NEW FUNCTIONS FOR NICOTINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTORS

      Behavioural brain research
    46. THOMAS P; PICARD F; HIRSCH E; CHATEL M; MARESCAUX C
      AUTOSOMAL-DOMINANT NOCTURNAL FRONTAL-LOBE EPILEPSY

      Revue neurologique
    47. Schroeder, BC; Kubisch, C; Stein, V; Jentsch, TJ
      Moderate loss of function of cyclic-AMP-modulated KCNQ2/KCNQ3 K+ channels causes epilepsy

      NATURE
    48. SANDER T; KRETZ R; SCHULZ H; SAILER U; BAUER G; SCARAMELLI A; EPPLEN JT; RIESS O; JANZ D
      REPLICATION ANALYSIS OF A PUTATIVE SUSCEPTIBILITY LOCUS (EGI) FOR IDIOPATHIC GENERALIZED EPILEPSY ON CHROMOSOME 8Q24

      Epilepsia
    49. STEINLEIN OK
      NEW INSIGHTS INTO THE MOLECULAR AND GENETIC MECHANISMS UNDERLYING IDIOPATHIC EPILEPSIES

      Clinical genetics
    50. OLDANI A; ZUCCONI M; ASSELTA R; MODUGNO M; BONATI MT; DALPRA L; MALCOVATI M; TENCHINI ML; SMIRNE S; FERINISTRAMBI L
      AUTOSOMAL-DOMINANT NOCTURNAL FRONTAL-LOBE EPILEPSY - A VIDEO-POLYSOMNOGRAPHIC AND GENETIC APPRAISAL OF 40 PATIENTS AND DELINEATION OF THE EPILEPTIC SYNDROME

      Brain
    51. MORITA R; MIYAZAKI E; FONG CYG; CHEN XN; KORENBERG JR; DELGADOESCUETA AV; YAMAKAWA K
      JH8, A GENE HIGHLY HOMOLOGOUS TO THE MOUSE JERKY GENE, MAPS TO THE REGION FOR CHILDHOOD ABSENCE EPILEPSY ON 8Q24

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications (Print)
    52. BERKOVIC SF; SCHEFFER IE
      GENETICS OF HUMAN PARTIAL EPILEPSY

      Current opinion in neurology
    53. RANTA S; LEHESJOKI AE; BONALDO MD; KNOWLES JA; HIRVASNIEMI A; ROSS B; DEJONG PJ; SOARES MB; DELACHAPELLE A; GILLIAM TC
      HIGH-RESOLUTION MAPPING AND TRANSCRIPT IDENTIFICATION AT THE PROGRESSIVE EPILEPSY WITH MENTAL-RETARDATION LOCUS ON CHROMOSOME 8P

      PCR methods and applications
    54. DOOSE H
      GENETIC EEG TRAITS IN THE PATHOGENESIS OF THE EPILEPSIES

      Journal of epilepsy
    55. BERKOVIC SF; SCHEFFER IE
      EPILEPSIES WITH SINGLE-GENE INHERITANCE

      Brain & development
    56. CALLENBACH PMC; BROUWER OF
      HEREDITARY EPILEPSY SYNDROMES

      Clinical neurology and neurosurgery
    57. OTTMAN R
      GENETIC EPIDEMIOLOGY OF EPILEPSY

      Epidemiologic reviews
    58. STEINLEIN O; SANDER T; STOODT J; KRETZ R; JANZ D; PROPPING P
      POSSIBLE ASSOCIATION OF A SILENT POLYMORPHISM IN THE NEURONAL NICOTINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR SUBUNIT ALPHA-4 WITH COMMON IDIOPATHIC GENERALIZED EPILEPSIES

      American journal of medical genetics
    59. GUIPPONI M; THOMAS P; GIRARDREYDET C; FEINGOLD J; BALDYMOULINIER M; MALAFOSSE A
      LACK OF ASSOCIATION BETWEEN JUVENILE MYOCLONIC EPILEPSY AND GABRA5 AND GABRB3 GENES

      American journal of medical genetics
    60. GARDNER K; BARMADA MM; PTACEK LJ; HOFFMAN EP
      A NEW LOCUS FOR HEMIPLEGIC MIGRAINE MAPS TO CHROMOSOME 1Q31

      Neurology
    61. BLUME WT
      EPILEPSY - ADVANCES IN MANAGEMENT

      European neurology
    62. TERWINDT GM; OPHOFF RA; LINDHOUT D; HAAN J; HALLEY DJJ; SANDKUIJL LA; BROUWER OF; FRANTS RR; FERRARI MD
      PARTIAL COSEGREGATION OF FAMILIAL HEMIPLEGIC MIGRAINE AND A BENIGN FAMILIAL INFANTILE EPILEPTIC SYNDROME

      Epilepsia
    63. BERKOVIC SF
      EPILEPSY GENES AND THE GENETICS OF EPILEPSY SYNDROMES - THE PROMISE OF NEW THERAPIES BASED ON GENETIC KNOWLEDGE

      Epilepsia
    64. INOUE Y; FUJIWARA T; MATSUDA K; KUBOTA H; TANAKA M; YAGI K; YAMAMORI K; TAKAHASHI Y
      RING CHROMOSOME-20 AND NONCONVULSIVE STATUS EPILEPTICUS - A NEW EPILEPTIC SYNDROME

      Brain
    65. SCHEFFER IE; BERKOVIC SF
      GENERALIZED EPILEPSY WITH FEBRILE SEIZURES PLUS - A GENETIC DISORDER WITH HETEROGENEOUS CLINICAL PHENOTYPES

      Brain
    66. OTTMAN R; HAUSER WA; BARKERCUMMINGS C; LEE JH; RISCH N
      SEGREGATION ANALYSIS OF CRYPTOGENIC EPILEPSY AND AN EMPIRICAL-TEST OFTHE VALIDITY OF THE RESULTS

      American journal of human genetics
    67. SANDER T
      THE GENETICS OF IDIOPATHIC GENERALIZED EPILEPSY - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE UNDERSTANDING OF ITS ETIOLOGY

      Molecular medicine today
    68. SERRATOSA JM; DELGADOESCUETA AV
      MAPPING HUMAN EPILEPSY GENES - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE TREATMENT OF EPILEPSY

      CNS DRUGS
    69. RANTA S; LEHESJOKI AE; HIRVASNIEMI A; WEISSENBACH J; ROSS B; LEAL SM; DELACHAPELLE A; GILLIAM TC
      GENETIC AND PHYSICAL MAPPING OF THE PROGRESSIVE EPILEPSY WITH MENTAL-RETARDATION (EPMR) LOCUS ON CHROMOSOME 8P

      PCR methods and applications
    70. SANDER T; HILDMANN T; JANZ D; WIENKER TF; BIANCHI A; BAUER G; SAILER U; SCARAMELLI A; NEITZEL H; SCHMITZ B; BAILEY MES; BECKMANNAGETTA G; JOHNSON KJ; DARLISON MG
      EXCLUSION OF LINKAGE BETWEEN IDIOPATHIC GENERALIZED EPILEPSIES AND THE GABA(A) RECEPTOR ALPHA-1 AND GAMMA-2 SUBUNIT GENE-CLUSTER ON CHROMOSOME-5

      Epilepsy research
    71. STEINLEIN O; WEILAND S; STOODT J; PROPPING P
      EXON-INTRON STRUCTURE OF THE HUMAN NEURONAL NICOTINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR ALPHA-4 SUBUNIT (CHRNA4)

      Genomics
    72. WATANABE K
      RECENT ADVANCES AND SOME PROBLEMS IN THE DELINEATION OF EPILEPTIC SYNDROMES IN CHILDREN

      Brain & development
    73. SANDER T; HILDMANN T; WIENKER TF; RAMEL C; BECKMANNAGETTA G; BIANCHI A; SAILER U; BEREK K; BAUER G; NEITZEL H; SCHMITZ B; DURNER M; JOHNSON KJ; JANZ D
      COMMON SUBTYPES OF IDIOPATHIC GENERALIZED EPILEPSIES - LACK OF LINKAGE TO D20S19 CLOSE TO CANDIDATE LOCI (EBN1, EEGV1) ON CHROMOSOME-20

      American journal of medical genetics
    74. MATTOSFIORE MAB; SALDANHA PH
      DERMATOGLYPHICS IN JUVENILE EPILEPSY .1. FINGER PATTERNS AND RIDGE COUNTS

      Brazilian journal of genetics
    75. FERRARO TN; BERRETTINI WH
      QUANTITATIVE TRAIT LOCI MAPPING IN MOUSE MODELS OF COMPLEX BEHAVIOR

      Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology
    76. PENNACCHIO LA; LEHESJOKI AE; STONE NE; WILLOUR VL; VIRTANEVA K; MIAO JM; DAMATO E; RAMIREZ L; FAHAM M; KOSKINIEMI M; WARRINGTON JA; NORIO R; DELACHAPELLE A; COX DR; MYERS RM
      MUTATIONS IN THE GENE ENCODING CYSTATIN-B IN PROGRESSIVE MYOCLONUS EPILEPSY (EPM1)

      Science
    77. GRUNEWALD RA; PANAYIOTOPOULOS CP
      THE DIAGNOSIS OF EPILEPSIES

      Journal of the Royal College of Physicians of London
    78. WEILAND S; WITZEMANN V; VILLARROEL A; PROPPING P; STEINLEIN O
      AN AMINO-ACID EXCHANGE IN THE 2ND TRANSMEMBRANE SEGMENT OF A NEURONALNICOTINIC RECEPTOR CAUSES PARTIAL EPILEPSY BY ALTERING ITS DESENSITIZATION KINETICS

      FEBS letters
    79. DUCHOWNY M; HARVEY AS
      PEDIATRIC EPILEPSY SYNDROMES - AN UPDATE AND CRITICAL-REVIEW

      Epilepsia
    80. RYAN SG
      PARTIAL EPILEPSY - CHINKS IN THE ARMOR

      Nature genetics
    81. OTTMAN R; RISCH N; HAUSER WA; PEDLEY TA; LEE JH; BARKERCUMMINGS C; LUSTENBERGER A; NAGLE KJ; LEE KS; SCHEUER ML; NEYSTAT M; SUSSER M; WILHELMSEN KC
      LOCALIZATION OF A GENE FOR PARTIAL EPILEPSY TO CHROMOSOME 10Q

      Nature genetics
    82. PHILLIPS HA; SCHEFFER IE; BERKOVIC SF; HOLLWAY GE; SUTHERLAND GR; MULLEY JC
      LOCALIZATION OF A GENE FOR AUTOSOMAL-DOMINANT NOCTURNAL FRONTAL-LOBE EPILEPSY TO CHROMOSOME 20Q13.2

      Nature genetics
    83. LEWIS TB; NELSON L; WARD K; LEACH RJ
      A RADIATION HYBRID MAP OF 40-LOCI FOR THE DISTAL LONG ARM OF HUMAN-CHROMOSOME-8

      PCR methods and applications
    84. HAUSER WA
      EPIDEMIOLOGY OF EPILEPSY IN CHILDREN

      Neurosurgery clinics of North America
    85. ZARA F; BIANCHI A; AVANZINI G; DIDONATO S; CASTELLOTTI B; PATEL PI; PANDOLFO M
      MAPPING OF GENES PREDISPOSING TO IDIOPATHIC GENERALIZED EPILEPSY

      Human molecular genetics
    86. JANZ D
      GENETICS OF THE EPILEPSIES

      Nervenheilkunde
    87. KURLEMANN G; VOSSSCHULTE P; WEGLAGE J; PALM DG
      AUTOSOMAL-DOMINANT BENIGN SEIZURES IN THE 6TH MONTH OF LIFE

      Klinische Padiatrie
    88. SCHEFFER IE; BHATIA KP; LOPESCENDES I; FISH DR; MARSDEN CD; ANDERMANN E; ANDERMANN F; DESBIENS R; KEENE D; CENDES F; MANSON JI; CONSTANTINOU JEC; MCINTOSH A; BERKOVIC SF
      AUTOSOMAL-DOMINANT NOCTURNAL FRONTAL-LOBE EPILEPSY - A DISTINCTIVE CLINICAL DISORDER

      Brain
    89. REES M; GARDINER RM
      THE EPILEPSIES

      Bailliere's clinical neurology
    90. STEINLEIN O; SMIGRODZKI R; LINDSTROM J; ANAND R; KOHLER M; TOCHAROENTANAPHOL C; VOGEL F
      REFINEMENT OF THE LOCALIZATION OF THE GENE FOR NEURONAL NICOTINIC ACETYLCHOLINE-RECEPTOR ALPHA(4) SUBUNIT (CHRNA4) TO HUMAN-CHROMOSOME 20Q13.2-Q13.3

      Genomics
    91. ECHENNE B; HUMBERTCLAUDE V; RIVIER F; MALAFOSSE A; CHEMINAL R
      BENIGN INFANTILE EPILEPSY WITH AUTOSOMAL-DOMINANT INHERITANCE

      Brain & development
    92. MCNAMARA JO
      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR-BASIS OF EPILEPSY

      The Journal of neuroscience
    93. TAHVANAINEN E; RANTA S; HIRVASNIEMI A; KARILA E; LEISTI J; SISTONEN P; WEISSENBACH J; LEHESJOKI AE; DELACHAPELLE A
      THE GENE FOR A RECESSIVELY INHERITED HUMAN CHILDHOOD PROGRESSIVE EPILEPSY WITH MENTAL-RETARDATION MAPS TO THE DISTAL SHORT ARM OF CHROMOSOME-8

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    94. DELGADOESCUETA AV; SERRATOSA JM; LIU A; WEISSBECKER K; MEDINA MT; GEE M; TREIMAN LJ; SPARKES RS
      PROGRESS IN MAPPING HUMAN EPILEPSY GENES

      Epilepsia
    95. LEPPERT M; MCMAHON WM; QUATTLEBAUM TG; BJERRE I; ZONANA J; SHEVELL MI; ANDERMANN E; ROSALES TO; RONEN GM; CONNOLLY M; ANDERSON VE
      SEARCHING FOR HUMAN EPILEPSY GENES - A PROGRESS REPORT

      Brain pathology
    96. WATANABE K
      EPILEPSIES IN INFANCY

      Japanese journal of psychiatry and neurology
    97. ANDREWS PI; STAFSTROM CE
      ICTAL EEG FINDINGS IN AN INFANT WITH BENIGN FAMILIAL NEONATAL CONVULSIONS

      Journal of epilepsy
    98. MORI K; YANO I; HASHIMOTO T
      INFANTILE SPASMS IN ONE MEMBER OF A FAMILY WITH BENIGN FAMILIAL NEONATAL CONVULSIONS

      Epilepsia
    99. TREIMAN LJ
      GENETICS OF EPILEPSY - AN OVERVIEW

      Epilepsia


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