|1.||Paulose, C S: 6 articles (08/2012 - 10/2010)|
|2.||Zhang, Guang-Yi: 5 articles (09/2012 - 04/2008)|
|3.||Li, Chong: 4 articles (09/2012 - 04/2008)|
|4.||Pericak-Vance, M A: 4 articles (05/2006 - 02/2000)|
|5.||Gilbert, J R: 4 articles (05/2006 - 02/2000)|
|6.||Menold, M M: 4 articles (05/2006 - 02/2000)|
|7.||Abramson, R K: 4 articles (05/2006 - 02/2000)|
|8.||Wright, H H: 4 articles (05/2006 - 02/2000)|
|9.||Cuccaro, M L: 4 articles (05/2006 - 02/2000)|
|10.||Berkovic, Samuel F: 3 articles (03/2013 - 08/2003)|
02/19/1993 - "In the present study, we determined that blockade of GABA receptors in SC could also protect against focally evoked limbic motor seizures. "
03/02/1992 - "The purpose of this work was to study the binding parameters of the Na(+)-independent GABA receptors in the brain of a strain of rats presenting spontaneous generalized non-convulsive seizures. "
02/20/1989 - "The present study examines whether the different GABA receptors (GABAA and GABAB), are preferentially involved in this GABAergic seizure suppression mechanism. "
01/01/2015 - "Consistent with a loss of GAD67 from the synaptic terminals, Toxoplasma-infected mice develop spontaneous seizures and are more susceptible to drugs that induce seizures by antagonizing GABA receptors. "
01/01/2015 - "Two weeks after EE period, Tg2576 mice presented similar seizure susceptibility to a GABA receptor antagonist. "
11/01/2015 - "Antagonism of ionotropic GABA receptors (iGABARs) can occur at three distinct types of receptor binding sites causing chemically induced epileptic seizures. "
07/01/2015 - "There is a strong history of mutations in GABA receptor genes being involved in neurologic diseases, particularly the epilepsies. "
04/01/2011 - "Although it is difficult to establish phenotype-genotype correlations, patients with deletions showed typical or borderline Dravet's syndrome, whereas mutations in the gamma-aminobutyric acid receptor had less severe epilepsy."
06/01/2010 - "A few mutations in the gene encoding the gamma 2 subunit of the gamma-aminobutyric acid receptor type A (GABRG2) have been reported in various types of epilepsy. "
01/01/2007 - "At the transition from single seizures to SSSE, GABAA (gamma-aminobutyric acid) receptors move from the synaptic membrane to the cytoplasm, where they are functionally inactive. "
04/30/2011 - "Since DOR over-expression increases cortical tolerance to hypoxia, an increase in GABA receptors expression (an energy-costing process) may not be necessary in the cortex with DOR over-expression."
04/30/2011 - "Since we have observed that DOR over-expression renders the cortex more tolerant to hypoxic stress, we asked whether DOR over-expression affects GABA receptors expression in the cortex under hypoxia. "
01/01/2007 - "GABA receptor activation in central nervous white matter may be protective during white matter hypoxia in the adult, and it may modify axonal conduction, especially in the developing brain. "
02/01/2006 - "We hypothesized that an activation of the carotid body GABA receptors would counteract the depolarizing effect of hypoxia. "
05/01/2000 - "Effects of GABA receptor blockade on the ventilatory response to hypoxia in hypothermic newborn piglets."
|4.||Ventilator-Induced Lung Injury
09/18/2015 - "These findings reinforce the idea of targeting peripheral GABA receptors for pain relief. "
03/01/2007 - "Since the rACC has a high density of GABA receptors, it is possible that pain processing is influenced by these receptors in the rACC. "
01/01/2006 - "The data leave little doubt that, under certain circumstances, stimulation of neuroanatomically discreet GABA receptor sites could be of benefit in the management of pain. "
01/01/2006 - "These limitations are likely due to the simultaneous activation of GABA receptors throughout the neuraxis, most of which are not involved in the transmission or perception of pain. "
11/28/2003 - "These findings indicate that the GABA receptor/channel rho 1 subunit plays an important role in modulating spinal cord pain transmission functions in vivo."
|1.||gamma-Aminobutyric Acid (GABA)
|3.||GABA Agonists (GABA Receptor Agonists)
|4.||Sodium Channels (Sodium Channel)
|5.||Anticonvulsants (Antiepileptic Drugs)
|10.||Glutamic Acid (Glutamate)
|2.||Tissue Therapy (Cell Therapy)