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Corcoran, Michael E.

Kindling 6

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Theme 1:. Pathogenesis of Kindling

1. Developmental Temporal Lobe Epilepsy in Amygdala Kindled Kittens: An update
Margaret N. Shouse, John C. Scordato, Paul R. Farber

2. Prenatal Betamethasone Exposure Suppresses Kindling Epileptogenesis in Immature Rats
Libor Velíšek

3. Development of Kindling in Immature Fast and Slow Kindling Rats
Jana Velíšková, Jeremy Asnis, Fred A. Lado, Dan C. McIntyre

4. Neonatal Heat-Induced Convulsions Affect Behaviours in Neonatal, Juvenile and Adult Rats
Deborah Saucier, Avril Keller, Aaron Sheerin, R. Daniel LaPorte, Jerome Y. Yager

5. Experimental Absence Versus Amygdaloid Kindling
Filiz Yilmaz Onat, Esat E?kazan, Rezzan Aker

6. Pentylenetetrazol-Induced Kindling as a Model of Absence and Convulsive forms of Epilepsy
Alexey A. Shandra, Leonid S. Godlevsky

7. Sodium Current Properties in Different Models of Epilepsy
Wytse J. Wadman, Rogier Min, Guangchun Sun

8. Kindling the GABAergic Phenotype of the Glutamatergic Granule Cells
Rafael Gutiérrez, Gisela Gómez-Lira, Carmen Vivar, Jasmín Maqueda, Mónica Ramírez, Mónica Lamas, Mario Treviño, Héctor Romo-Parra

9. Hippocampal Kindling and GABAB Receptor Functions
L. Stan Leung, Xinhuai Liu, Kevin J. Canning, Bixia Shen

10. Altered Interaction Between the Entorhinal Cortex and Hippocampus in Amygdala Kindled Rats
Uwe Heinemann, Doris Albrecht, Achim Behr, Tengis Gloveli

11. Nature and Consequences of Seizures Originating in the Brainstem
Shigeru Chiba, Takahiro Ishimoto, Yuji Ishimaru, Yoshiyuki Tamura, Akihiko Nunomura

12. Involvement of the Claustrum and Ventromedial Thalamus in Epileptogenesis
Aaron Sheerin, Xia Zhang, Deb Saucier, Michael Corcoran

13. From Ultrastructure to Networks: Kindling-induced changes in neocortex
G. Campbell Teskey, Corey Flynn, Marie-H. Monfils, Crystal D. Goertzen, Luke C. Henry, Pamela A. Valentine

14. Kindling as a Tool for Studying the Role of Subcortical Structures in Limbic Seizures
Edward H. Bertram, John Williamson

15. Kindling, Epilepsy, and the Plasticity of Network Synchronization
Thomas P. Sutula

16. General Discussion 1

17. Electrophysiological and Anatomical Differences, Behavioral Comorbidities and Gene Expression in Fast and Slow Kindling Rat Strains
Dan C. McIntyre, Krista L. Gilby

18. Gene Expression Changes in Kindling
Dong Liang, Thomas N. Seyfried

19. A Proteomic Approach to the Molecular Analysis of Kindling
John T. Slevin, Sidney W. Whiteheart, Thomas C. Vanaman

20. Amygdala Metabotropic Glutamate Receptors and Kindling
Patricia Shinnick-Gallagher

21. Induction of B1 Bradykinin Receptors in the Kindled Brain
Michele Simonato, Manuela Mazzuferi, Donata Rodi, Anna Binaschi, Simona Mantovani, Brice Ongali, Rejean Couture

22. Galanin and Kindling
Merab Kokaia

23. Kindling, Neurotrophins and Axon-Guidance Factors
Ronald J. Racine, Margaret Fahnestock, Bin Xu

24. Conditional Deletion of TrkB Prevents Epileptogenesis in the Kindling Model
James O. McNamara, Xiao-Ping He, Robert Kotloski

25. Neuropeptide Y and Its Receptors in Kindling Epileptogenesis
Cristina Richichi, Ramla Benmaamar, Marco Gobbi, En-Ju D. Lin, Matthew J. During, Gunther Sperk, Annamaria Vezzani

Theme 2:. Behavioral Consequences of Kindling

26. Contribution of Pre Kindling Affective State to Hemispheric Differences in the Effects on Anxiety of Basolateral Amygdala Kindling
Robert Adamec, Tanya Shallow, Jacqueline Blundell, Paul Burton

27. Effects of Kindling on Spatial Memory
Darren K. Hannesson, Ken Wolfe, Michael E. Corcoran

28. A Potential Role for the Hippocampus in the Expression of Kindling-Induced Fear
Lisa E. Kalynchuk, Amanda J. Wintink

29. Does Inadvertent Conditioning Contribute to the Major Features of Kindling?
Steven J. Barnes, John P. J. Pinel

Theme 3:. Drugs and Interventions Against Kindling

30. Contingent Tolerance and Cross Tolerance to Anticonvulsant Effects in Amygdala-Kindled Seizures
R. M. Post, Z -J Zhang, S. R. B. Weiss, G. Xing, K. Obeng

31. Mechanisms of Pharmacoresistance in the Phenytoin-Resistant Kindled Wistar Rat
Heidrun Potschka, Wolfgang Löscher

32. Development of New Anticonvulsants Using the Kindling Model
W. McIntyre Burnham, Deborah Lonsdale, Afshin Shahzamani, Claudia Perez-Cruz, Heather E. Edwards

33. Cannabinoids and Kindling
Michael E. Corcoran, Deborah Saucier, Xia Zhang, Aaron Sheerin, Kenneth Wolfe

34. Low Frequency Sine Wave Stimulation Decreases the Incidence of Kindled Seizures
Jeffrey H. Goodman

35. General Discussion 2

Theme 4:. Clinical Relevance of Kindling for Our Understanding of Epilepsy in Patients

36. Predisposed Susceptibility in Primate Epileptogenesis and Anti-Epileptogenesis
Juhn A. Wada

37. Natural History of Mesial Temporal Lobe Epilepsy with Hippocampal Sclerosis
Jerome Engel

38. Clinical Evidence of Epilepsy-Related Plasticity
Giuliano Avanzini, Silvana Franceschetti

39. Pathological Sensitization of the Dopamine System in Experimental Epileptogenesis
Kiyoshi Morimoto, Mitsumoto Sato

Keywords: Biomedicine, Neurosciences, Behavioural Sciences, Pharmacology/Toxicology, Neurology

Author(s)
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2005
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Advances in Behavioral Biology
Page amount
428 pages
Category
Medicine, Health Care, Mode
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780387261447

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