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    1. Dalby, NO; Mody, I
      The process of epileptogenesis: a pathophysiological approach

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROLOGY
    2. Mariani, CL; Platt, SR; Newell, SM; Terrell, SP; Chrisman, CL; Clemmons, RM
      Magnetic resonance imaging of cerebral cortical necrosis (polioencephalomalacia) in a dog

      VETERINARY RADIOLOGY & ULTRASOUND
    3. Andre, V; Marescaux, C; Nehlig, A; Fritschy, JM
      Alterations of hippocampal GABAergic system contribute to development of spontaneous recurrent seizures in the rat lithium-pilocarpine model of temporal lobe epilepsy

      HIPPOCAMPUS
    4. Biagini, G; Babinski, K; Avoli, M; Marcinkiewicz, M; Seguela, P
      Regional and subunit-specific downregulation of acid-sensing ion channels in the pilocarpine model of epilepsy

      NEUROBIOLOGY OF DISEASE
    5. Andre, V; Ferrandon, A; Marescaux, C; Nehlig, A
      Vigabatrin protects against hippocampal damage but is not antiepileptogenic in the lithium-pilocarpine model of temporal lobe epilepsy

      EPILEPSY RESEARCH
    6. Glien, M; Brandt, C; Potschka, H; Voigt, H; Ebert, U; Loscher, W
      Repeated low-dose treatment of rats with pilocarpine: low mortality but high proportion of rats developing epilepsy

      EPILEPSY RESEARCH
    7. Jankowsky, JL; Patterson, PH
      The role of cytokines and growth factors in seizures and their sequelae

      PROGRESS IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    8. Akbar, MT; Wells, DJ; Latchman, DS; de Belleroche, J
      Heat shock protein 27 shows a distinctive widespread spatial and temporal pattern of induction in CNS glial and neuronal cells compared to heat shockprotein 70 and caspase 3 following kainate administration

      MOLECULAR BRAIN RESEARCH
    9. Dube, C; Fernandes, MJS; Marescaux, C; Nehlig, A
      A metabolic and neuropathologic approach to the understanding of the role of various brain areas in temporal lobe epilepsy in the rat

      BIOGENIC AMINES
    10. Naquet, R
      Hippocampal lesions in epilepsy. A historical review

      BRAIN PLASTICITY AND EPILEPSY
    11. Wirrell, EC; Armstrong, EA; Osman, LD; Yager, JY
      Prolonged seizures exacerbate perinatal hypoxic-ischemic brain damage

      PEDIATRIC RESEARCH
    12. Ogita, K; Takagi, R; Oyama, N; Okuda, H; Ito, F; Okui, M; Shimizu, N; Yoneda, Y
      Decrease in level of APG-2, a member of the heat shock protein 110 family,in murine brain following systemic administration of kainic acid

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    13. Chaudhary, G; Gupta, YK
      Lithium does not synergize the peripheral action of cholinomimetics as seen in the central nervous system

      LIFE SCIENCES
    14. Kullmann, DM; Asztely, F; Walker, MC
      The role of mammalian ionotropic receptors in synaptic plasticity: LTP, LTD and epilepsy

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
    15. Lado, FA; Sankar, R; Lowenstein, D; Moshe, SL
      Age dependent consequences of seizures: Relationship to seizure frequency,brain damage, and circuitry reorganization

      MENTAL RETARDATION AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES RESEARCH REVIEWS
    16. Homayoun, P; Parkins, NE; Soblosky, J; Carey, ME; de Turco, EBR; Bazan, NG
      Cortical impact injury in rats promotes a rapid and sustained increase in polyunsaturated free fatty acids and diacylglycerols

      NEUROCHEMICAL RESEARCH
    17. Fujikawa, DG; Shinmei, SS; Cai, B
      Kainic acid-induced seizures produce necrotic, not apoptotic, neurons withinternucleosomal DNA cleavage: Implications for programmed cell death mechanisms

      NEUROSCIENCE
    18. Reibel, S; Larmet, Y; Le, BT; Carnahan, J; Marescaux, C; Depaulis, A
      Brain-derived neurotrophic factor delays hippocampal kindling in the rat

      NEUROSCIENCE
    19. Sager, TN; Hansen, AJ; Laursen, H
      Correlation between N-acetylaspartate levels and histopathologic changes in cortical infarcts of mice after middle cerebral artery occlusion

      JOURNAL OF CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW AND METABOLISM
    20. De Bruin, VMS; Marinho, MMF; De Sousa, FCF; Viana, GSB
      Behavioral and neurochemical alterations after lithium-pilocarpine administration in young and adult rats: A comparative study

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    21. de Vasconcelos, AP; Gizard, F; Marescaux, C; Nehlig, A
      Role of nitric oxide in pentylenetetrazol-induced seizures: Age-dependent effects in the immature rat

      EPILEPSIA
    22. Fujikawa, DG; Shinmei, SS; Cai, BY
      Seizure-induced neuronal necrosis: Implications for programmed cell death mechanisms

      EPILEPSIA
    23. Liu, Z; Yang, Y; Silveira, DC; Sarkisian, MR; Tandon, P; Huang, LT; Stafstrom, CE; Holmes, GL
      Consequences of recurrent seizures during early brain development

      NEUROSCIENCE
    24. Bouilleret, V; Ridoux, V; Depaulis, A; Marescaux, C; Nehlig, A; La Salle, GL
      Recurrent seizures and hippocampal sclerosis following intrahippocampal kainate injection in adult mice: Electroencephalography, histopathology and synaptic reorganization similar to mesial temporal lobe epilepsy

      NEUROSCIENCE
    25. Oguro, K; Oguro, N; Kojima, T; Grooms, SY; Calderone, A; Zheng, X; Bennett, MVL; Zukin, RS
      Knockdown of AMPA receptor GluR2 expression causes delayed neurodegeneration and increases damage by sublethal ischemia in hippocampal CA1 and CA3 neurons

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    26. Friedman, LK; Koudinov, AR
      Unilateral GluR2(B) hippocampal knockdown: A novel partial seizure model in the developing rat

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    27. Towfighi, J; Housman, C; Mauger, D; Vannucci, RC
      Effect of seizures on cerebral hypoxic-ischemic lesions in immature rats

      DEVELOPMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    28. Pineau, N; Charriaut-Marlangue, C; Motte, J; Nehlig, A
      Pentylenetetrazol seizures induce cell suffering but not death in the immature rat brain

      DEVELOPMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    29. Schmid, R; Tandon, P; Stafstrom, CE; Holmes, GL
      Effects of neonatal seizures on subsequent seizure-induced brain injury

      NEUROLOGY
    30. Holmes, GL; Sarkisian, M; Ben-Ari, Y; Chevassus-Au-Louis, N
      Mossy fiber sprouting after recurrent seizures during early development inrats

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY
    31. ANDRE V; PINEAU N; MOTTE JE; MARESCAUX C; NEHLIG A
      MAPPING OF NEURONAL NETWORKS UNDERLYING GENERALIZED SEIZURES INDUCED BY INCREASING DOSES OF PENTYLENETETRAZOL IN THE IMMATURE AND ADULT-RAT- A C-FOS IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL STUDY

      European journal of neuroscience
    32. Fisher, PD; Sperber, EF; Moshe, SL
      Hippocampal sclerosis revisited

      BRAIN & DEVELOPMENT
    33. MATHERN GW; PRETORIUS JK; MENDOZA D; LOZADA A; KORNBLUM HI
      HIPPOCAMPAL AMPA AND NMDA MESSENGER-RNA LEVELS CORRELATE WITH ABERRANT FASCIA-DENTATA MOSSY FIBER SPROUTING IN THE PILOCARPINE MODEL OF SPONTANEOUS LIMBIC EPILEPSY

      Journal of neuroscience research
    34. MOTTE J; FERNANDES MJD; BARAM TZ; NEHLIG A
      SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL EVOLUTION OF NEURONAL ACTIVATION, STRESS AND INJURY IN LITHIUM-PILOCARPINE SEIZURES IN ADULT RATS

      Brain research
    35. NEHLIG A; VERT P
      CEREBRAL METABOLIC CONSEQUENCES OF NEONATAL PATHOLOGIES IN THE IMMATURE RAT

      Acta Paediatrica Japonica Overseas Edition
    36. MATHERN GW; BERTRAM EH; BABB TL; PRETORIUS JK; KUHLMAN PA; SPRADLIN S; MENDOZA D
      IN CONTRAST TO KINDLED SEIZURES, THE FREQUENCY OF SPONTANEOUS EPILEPSY IN THE LIMBIC STATUS MODEL CORRELATES WITH GREATER ABERRANT FASCIA-DENTATA EXCITATORY AND INHIBITORY AXON SPROUTING, AND INCREASED STAINING FOR N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE, AMPA AND GABA(A) RECEPTORS

      Neuroscience
    37. MARINHO MMF; DEBRUIN VMS; DESOUSA FCF; AGUIAR LMV; DEPINHO RSN; VIANA GSB
      INHIBITORY-ACTION OF A CALCIUM-CHANNEL BLOCKER (NIMODIPINE) ON SEIZURES AND BRAIN-DAMAGE INDUCED BY PILOCARPINE AND LITHIUM-PILOCARPINE IN RATS

      Neuroscience letters
    38. CZURKO A; TOTH Z; DOCZI T; GALLYAS F
      INTRACRANIAL-PRESSURE WAVES GENERATED BY HIGH-ENERGY SHORT LASER-PULSES CAN CAUSE MORPHOLOGICAL DAMAGE IN REMOTE AREAS - COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTS OF 2.1-MU-M HO-YAG AND 1.06-MU-M ND-YAG LASER IRRADIATIONS IN THE RAT-BRAIN

      Lasers in surgery and medicine
    39. HOLMES GL
      EPILEPSY IN THE DEVELOPING BRAIN - LESSONS FROM THE LABORATORY AND CLINIC

      Epilepsia
    40. DUGGAL N; SCHMIDTKASTNER R; HAKIM AM
      NESTIN EXPRESSION IN REACTIVE ASTROCYTES FOLLOWING FOCAL CEREBRAL-ISCHEMIA IN RATS

      Brain research
    41. BELLUARDO N; MUDO G; JIANG XH; CONDORELLI DF
      INDUCTION OF ASTROGLIAL GENE-EXPRESSION BY EXPERIMENTAL SEIZURES IN THE RAT - SPATIOTEMPORAL PATTERNS OF THE EARLY STAGES

      Glia
    42. SCHMIDTKASTNER R; WETMORE C; OLSON L
      COMPARATIVE-STUDY OF BRAIN-DERIVED NEUROTROPHIC FACTOR MESSENGER-RNA AND PROTEIN AT THE CELLULAR-LEVEL SUGGESTS MULTIPLE ROLES IN HIPPOCAMPUS, STRIATUM AND CORTEX

      Neuroscience
    43. LIU Z; STAFSTROM CE; SARKISIAN M; TANDON P; YANG YL; HORI A; HOLMES GL
      AGE-DEPENDENT EFFECTS OF GLUTAMATE TOXICITY IN THE HIPPOCAMPUS

      Developmental brain research
    44. BAZAN NG; DETURCO EBR; ALLAN G
      MEDIATORS OF INJURY IN NEUROTRAUMA - INTRACELLULAR SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION AND GENE-EXPRESSION

      Journal of neurotrauma
    45. VISIOLI F; DETURCO EBR; KREISMAN NR; BAZAN NG
      MEMBRANE LIPID DEGRADATION IS RELATED TO INTERICTAL CORTICAL ACTIVITYIN A SERIES OF SEIZURES

      Metabolic brain disease
    46. RIDOUX V; VALIN A; SYNGUELAKIS M; LASALLE GL
      EX-VIVO CULTURE OF ADULT MICROGLIAL CELLS FROM PREVIOUSLY LESIONED RAT BRAINS

      Comptes rendus de l'Academie des sciences. Serie 3, Sciences de la vie
    47. SPERK G
      KAINIC ACID SEIZURES IN THE RAT

      Progress in neurobiology
    48. HAWKINS RA; HAWKINS PA; MANS AM; VINA JR; DEJOSEPH MR
      OPTIMIZING THE MEASUREMENT OF REGIONAL CEREBRAL GLUCOSE CONSUMPTION WITH [6-C-14]GLUCOSE

      Journal of neuroscience methods
    49. YAMAMOTO M; NAKAMURA Y
      INHIBITION OF BETA-OXIDATION BY 3-MERCAPTOPROPIONIC ACID PRODUCES FEATURES OF REYES-SYNDROME IN PERFUSED-RAT-LIVER

      Gastroenterology
    50. TANAKA K; LOWRY T; SIMON RP
      BILATERAL INTRANIGRAL NMDA BLOCKADE INCREASES STATUS DURATION AND NEURONAL INJURY FROM SYSTEMIC KAINIC ACID

      Brain research
    51. RONDOUIN G; BOCKAERT J; LERNERNATOLI M
      L-NITROARGININE, AN INHIBITOR OF NO SYNTHASE, DRAMATICALLY WORSENS LIMBIC EPILEPSY IN RATS

      NeuroReport
    52. KOFKE WA; AHDABBARMADA M; ROSE M; CLYDE C; NEMOTO E
      SUBSTANTIA-NIGRA DAMAGE AFTER FLUROTHYL-INDUCED SEIZURES IN RATS WORSENS AFTER POSTSEIZURE RECOVERY - NO EXACERBATION WITH HYPERGLYCEMIA

      Neurological research
    53. VISIOLI F; RIHN LL; DETURCO EBR; KREISMAN NR; BAZAN NG
      FREE FATTY-ACID AND DIACYLGLYCEROL ACCUMULATION IN THE RAT-BRAIN DURING RECURRENT SEIZURES IS RELATED TO CORTICAL OXYGENATION

      Journal of neurochemistry
    54. BIRKLE DL
      REGIONAL AND TEMPORAL VARIATIONS IN THE ACCUMULATION OF UNESTERIFIED FATTY-ACIDS AND DIACYLGLYCEROLS IN THE RAT-BRAIN DURING KAINIC ACID-INDUCED LIMBIC SEIZURES

      Brain research


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