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Heneu O Tan, Christopher A Reid, Frank N Single, Philip J Davies, Cindy Chiu, Susan Murphy, Alison L Clarke, Leanne Dibbens, Heinz Krestel, John C Mulley, Mathew V Jones, Peter H Seeburg, Bert Sakmann, Samuel F Berkovic, Rolf Sprengel, Steven Petrou. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2007
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Mutant GABA(A) receptor gamma2-subunit in childhood absence epilepsy and febrile seizures.
R H Wallace, C Marini, S Petrou, L A Harkin, D N Bowser, R G Panchal, D A Williams, G R Sutherland, J C Mulley, I E Scheffer,[...]. Nat Genet 2001
574
52

Childhood absence epilepsy: genes, channels, neurons and networks.
Vincenzo Crunelli, Nathalie Leresche. Nat Rev Neurosci 2002
411
26

Cortical focus drives widespread corticothalamic networks during spontaneous absence seizures in rats.
Hanneke K M Meeren, Jan Pieter M Pijn, Egidius L J M Van Luijtelaar, Anton M L Coenen, Fernando H Lopes da Silva. J Neurosci 2002
586
23

First genetic evidence of GABA(A) receptor dysfunction in epilepsy: a mutation in the gamma2-subunit gene.
S Baulac, G Huberfeld, I Gourfinkel-An, G Mitropoulou, A Beranger, J F Prud'homme, M Baulac, A Brice, R Bruzzone, E LeGuern. Nat Genet 2001
549
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Multiple molecular mechanisms for a single GABAA mutation in epilepsy.
Christopher A Reid, Taehwan Kim, A Marie Phillips, Jun Low, Samuel F Berkovic, Bernhard Luscher, Steven Petrou. Neurology 2013
54
42

A mutation in the GABA(A) receptor alpha(1)-subunit is associated with absence epilepsy.
Snezana Maljevic, Klaus Krampfl, Joana Cobilanschi, Nikola Tilgen, Susanne Beyer, Yvonne G Weber, Friedrich Schlesinger, Daniel Ursu, Werner Melzer, Patrick Cossette,[...]. Ann Neurol 2006
133
21

Deep layer somatosensory cortical neurons initiate spike-and-wave discharges in a genetic model of absence seizures.
Pierre-Olivier Polack, Isabelle Guillemain, Emilie Hu, Colin Deransart, Antoine Depaulis, Stéphane Charpier. J Neurosci 2007
255
21

A splice-site mutation in GABRG2 associated with childhood absence epilepsy and febrile convulsions.
Colette Kananura, Karsten Haug, Thomas Sander, Uwe Runge, Wenli Gu, Kerstin Hallmann, Johannes Rebstock, Armin Heils, Ortrud K Steinlein. Arch Neurol 2002
209
19

Mutations in GABAA receptor subunits associated with genetic epilepsies.
Robert L Macdonald, Jing-Qiong Kang, Martin J Gallagher. J Physiol 2010
157
19

GABA(A) receptor gamma 2 subunit mutations linked to human epileptic syndromes differentially affect phasic and tonic inhibition.
Emmanuel Eugène, Christel Depienne, Stéphanie Baulac, Michel Baulac, Jean Marc Fritschy, Eric Le Guern, Richard Miles, Jean Christophe Poncer. J Neurosci 2007
61
31


Enhanced tonic GABAA inhibition in typical absence epilepsy.
David W Cope, Giuseppe Di Giovanni, Sarah J Fyson, Gergely Orbán, Adam C Errington, Magor L Lorincz, Timothy M Gould, David A Carter, Vincenzo Crunelli. Nat Med 2009
271
18

Novel α1 and γ2 GABAA receptor subunit mutations in families with idiopathic generalized epilepsy.
Pamela Lachance-Touchette, Patricia Brown, Caroline Meloche, Peter Kinirons, Line Lapointe, Hélène Lacasse, Anne Lortie, Lionel Carmant, Fiona Bedford, Derek Bowie,[...]. Eur J Neurosci 2011
77
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Truncation of the GABA(A)-receptor gamma2 subunit in a family with generalized epilepsy with febrile seizures plus.
Louise A Harkin, David N Bowser, Leanne M Dibbens, Rita Singh, Fiona Phillips, Robyn H Wallace, Michaella C Richards, David A Williams, John C Mulley, Samuel F Berkovic,[...]. Am J Hum Genet 2002
324
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A novel GABRG2 mutation associated with febrile seizures.
D Audenaert, E Schwartz, K G Claeys, L Claes, L Deprez, A Suls, T Van Dyck, L Lagae, C Van Broeckhoven, R L Macdonald,[...]. Neurology 2006
107
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Two different mechanisms of disinhibition produced by GABAA receptor mutations linked to epilepsy in humans.
Matt T Bianchi, Luyan Song, Helen Zhang, Robert L Macdonald. J Neurosci 2002
110
15

Benzodiazepine-insensitive mice generated by targeted disruption of the gamma 2 subunit gene of gamma-aminobutyric acid type A receptors.
U Günther, J Benson, D Benke, J M Fritschy, G Reyes, F Knoflach, F Crestani, A Aguzzi, M Arigoni, Y Lang,[...]. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 1995
356
15

Mutation of GABRA1 in an autosomal dominant form of juvenile myoclonic epilepsy.
Patrick Cossette, Lidong Liu, Katéri Brisebois, Haiheng Dong, Anne Lortie, Michel Vanasse, Jean-Marc Saint-Hilaire, Lionel Carmant, Andrei Verner, Wei-Yang Lu,[...]. Nat Genet 2002
425
15

Developmental impact of a familial GABAA receptor epilepsy mutation.
Cindy Chiu, Christopher A Reid, Heneu O Tan, Philip J Davies, Frank N Single, Irene Koukoulas, Samuel F Berkovic, Seong-Seng Tan, Rolf Sprengel, Mathew V Jones,[...]. Ann Neurol 2008
39
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Reduced sodium current in GABAergic interneurons in a mouse model of severe myoclonic epilepsy in infancy.
Frank H Yu, Massimo Mantegazza, Ruth E Westenbroek, Carol A Robbins, Franck Kalume, Kimberly A Burton, William J Spain, G Stanley McKnight, Todd Scheuer, William A Catterall. Nat Neurosci 2006
686
15

A gamma 2(R43Q) mutation, linked to epilepsy in humans, alters GABAA receptor assembly and modifies subunit composition on the cell surface.
Guillaume Frugier, Françoise Coussen, Marie-France Giraud, Marie-Françoise Odessa, Michel B Emerit, Eric Boué-Grabot, Maurice Garret. J Biol Chem 2007
42
33

Hyperglycosylation and reduced GABA currents of mutated GABRB3 polypeptide in remitting childhood absence epilepsy.
Miyabi Tanaka, Richard W Olsen, Marco T Medina, Emily Schwartz, Maria Elisa Alonso, Reyna M Duron, Ramon Castro-Ortega, Iris E Martinez-Juarez, Ignacio Pascual-Castroviejo, Jesus Machado-Salas,[...]. Am J Hum Genet 2008
106
13

Reciprocal inhibitory connections and network synchrony in the mammalian thalamus.
M M Huntsman, D M Porcello, G E Homanics, T M DeLorey, J R Huguenard. Science 1999
262
13

On the cellular and network bases of epileptic seizures.
D A McCormick, D Contreras. Annu Rev Physiol 2001
637
13

Absence epilepsy in tottering mutant mice is associated with calcium channel defects.
C F Fletcher, C M Lutz, T N O'Sullivan, J D Shaughnessy, R Hawkes, W N Frankel, N G Copeland, N A Jenkins. Cell 1996
587
13

GABRD encoding a protein for extra- or peri-synaptic GABAA receptors is a susceptibility locus for generalized epilepsies.
Leanne M Dibbens, Hua-Jun Feng, Michaella C Richards, Louise A Harkin, Bree L Hodgson, Darren Scott, Misty Jenkins, Steven Petrou, Grant R Sutherland, Ingrid E Scheffer,[...]. Hum Mol Genet 2004
247
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Pathophysiological mechanisms of genetic absence epilepsy in the rat.
L Danober, C Deransart, A Depaulis, M Vergnes, C Marescaux. Prog Neurobiol 1998
401
12

A new mode of corticothalamic transmission revealed in the Gria4(-/-) model of absence epilepsy.
Jeanne T Paz, Astra S Bryant, Kathy Peng, Lief Fenno, Ofer Yizhar, Wayne N Frankel, Karl Deisseroth, John R Huguenard. Nat Neurosci 2011
125
12

The human epilepsy mutation GABRG2(Q390X) causes chronic subunit accumulation and neurodegeneration.
Jing-Qiong Kang, Wangzhen Shen, Chengwen Zhou, Dong Xu, Robert L Macdonald. Nat Neurosci 2015
60
20

Thalamic synchrony and dynamic regulation of global forebrain oscillations.
John R Huguenard, David A McCormick. Trends Neurosci 2007
259
11


Association between genetic variation of CACNA1H and childhood absence epilepsy.
Yucai Chen, Jianjun Lu, Hong Pan, Yuehua Zhang, Husheng Wu, Keming Xu, Xiaoyan Liu, Yuwu Jiang, Xinhua Bao, Zhijian Yao,[...]. Ann Neurol 2003
258
11

The GABAA receptor alpha1 subunit epilepsy mutation A322D inhibits transmembrane helix formation and causes proteasomal degradation.
Martin J Gallagher, Li Ding, Ankit Maheshwari, Robert L Macdonald. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2007
77
14

De novo mutations in epileptic encephalopathies.
Andrew S Allen, Samuel F Berkovic, Patrick Cossette, Norman Delanty, Dennis Dlugos, Evan E Eichler, Michael P Epstein, Tracy Glauser, David B Goldstein, Yujun Han,[...]. Nature 2013
964
11

A novel GABRG2 mutation, p.R136*, in a family with GEFS+ and extended phenotypes.
Ann J Johnston, Jing-Qiong Kang, Wangzhen Shen, William O Pickrell, Thomas D Cushion, Jeffrey S Davies, Kristin Baer, Jonathan G L Mullins, Carrie L Hammond, Seo-Kyung Chung,[...]. Neurobiol Dis 2014
28
39


Intracellular recordings in thalamic neurones during spontaneous spike and wave discharges in rats with absence epilepsy.
D Pinault, N Leresche, S Charpier, J M Deniau, C Marescaux, M Vergnes, V Crunelli. J Physiol 1998
155
10

A gain in GABAA receptor synaptic strength in thalamus reduces oscillatory activity and absence seizures.
Claude M Schofield, Max Kleiman-Weiner, Uwe Rudolph, John R Huguenard. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2009
49
20

SCN1A, SCN1B, and GABRG2 gene mutation analysis in Chinese families with generalized epilepsy with febrile seizures plus.
Huihui Sun, Yuehua Zhang, Jianmin Liang, Xiaoyan Liu, Xiuwei Ma, Husheng Wu, Keming Xu, Jiong Qin, Yu Qi, Xiru Wu. J Hum Genet 2008
47
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Postsynaptic clustering of major GABAA receptor subtypes requires the gamma 2 subunit and gephyrin.
C Essrich, M Lorez, J A Benson, J M Fritschy, B Lüscher. Nat Neurosci 1998
688
10

The epilepsy mutation, gamma2(R43Q) disrupts a highly conserved inter-subunit contact site, perturbing the biogenesis of GABAA receptors.
Tim G Hales, Haiyan Tang, Karen A Bollan, Sara J Johnson, Dale P King, Neil A McDonald, Aixin Cheng, Christopher N Connolly. Mol Cell Neurosci 2005
52
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Childhood absence epilepsy and febrile seizures: a family with a GABA(A) receptor mutation.
Carla Marini, Louise A Harkin, Robyn H Wallace, John C Mulley, Ingrid E Scheffer, Samuel F Berkovic. Brain 2003
104
10


Heterozygous mutations of the voltage-gated sodium channel SCN8A are associated with spike-wave discharges and absence epilepsy in mice.
Ligia A Papale, Barbara Beyer, Julie M Jones, Lisa M Sharkey, Sergio Tufik, Michael Epstein, Verity A Letts, Miriam H Meisler, Wayne N Frankel, Andrew Escayg. Hum Mol Genet 2009
83
12



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