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D A Coulter, J R Huguenard, D A Prince. Ann Neurol 1989
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Specific petit mal anticonvulsants reduce calcium currents in thalamic neurons.
D A Coulter, J R Huguenard, D A Prince. Neurosci Lett 1989
163
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On the action of the anti-absence drug ethosuximide in the rat and cat thalamus.
N Leresche, H R Parri, G Erdemli, A Guyon, J P Turner, S R Williams, E Asprodini, V Crunelli. J Neurosci 1998
116
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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
256
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Block of cloned human T-type calcium channels by succinimide antiepileptic drugs.
J C Gomora, A N Daud, M Weiergräber, E Perez-Reyes. Mol Pharmacol 2001
133
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Extended spectrum of idiopathic generalized epilepsies associated with CACNA1H functional variants.
Sarah E Heron, Houman Khosravani, Diego Varela, Chris Bladen, Tristiana C Williams, Michelle R Newman, Ingrid E Scheffer, Samuel F Berkovic, John C Mulley, Gerald W Zamponi. Ann Neurol 2007
127
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Differential distribution of three members of a gene family encoding low voltage-activated (T-type) calcium channels.
E M Talley, L L Cribbs, J H Lee, A Daud, E Perez-Reyes, D A Bayliss. J Neurosci 1999
583
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Childhood absence epilepsy: genes, channels, neurons and networks.
Vincenzo Crunelli, Nathalie Leresche. Nat Rev Neurosci 2002
397
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Ethosuximide, valproic acid, and lamotrigine in childhood absence epilepsy.
Tracy A Glauser, Avital Cnaan, Shlomo Shinnar, Deborah G Hirtz, Dennis Dlugos, David Masur, Peggy O Clark, Edmund V Capparelli, Peter C Adamson. N Engl J Med 2010
295
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Block of Thalamic T-Type Ca(2+) Channels by Ethosuximide Is Not the Whole Story.
Vincenzo Crunelli, Nathalie Leresche. Epilepsy Curr 2002
60
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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
576
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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
248
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Functional characterization and neuronal modeling of the effects of childhood absence epilepsy variants of CACNA1H, a T-type calcium channel.
Iuliia Vitko, Yucai Chen, Juan M Arias, Yen Shen, Xi-Ru Wu, Edward Perez-Reyes. J Neurosci 2005
131
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On the cellular and network bases of epileptic seizures.
D A McCormick, D Contreras. Annu Rev Physiol 2001
624
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The neurobiology of antiepileptic drugs.
Michael A Rogawski, Wolfgang Löscher. Nat Rev Neurosci 2004
718
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Selective increase in T-type calcium conductance of reticular thalamic neurons in a rat model of absence epilepsy.
E Tsakiridou, L Bertollini, M de Curtis, G Avanzini, H C Pape. J Neurosci 1995
283
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T-current related effects of antiepileptic drugs and a Ca2+ channel antagonist on thalamic relay and local circuit interneurons in a rat model of absence epilepsy.
Tilman Broicher, Thomas Seidenbecher, Patrick Meuth, Thomas Munsch, Sven G Meuth, Tatyana Kanyshkova, Hans-Christian Pape, Thomas Budde. Neuropharmacology 2007
38
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Antiepileptic drug mechanisms of action.
R L Macdonald, K M Kelly. Epilepsia 1995
322
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Effects of Cav3.2 channel mutations linked to idiopathic generalized epilepsy.
Houman Khosravani, Christopher Bladen, David B Parker, Terrance P Snutch, John E McRory, Gerald W Zamponi. Ann Neurol 2005
80
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Zonisamide blocks T-type calcium channel in cultured neurons of rat cerebral cortex.
S Suzuki, K Kawakami, S Nishimura, Y Watanabe, K Yagi, M Seino, K Miyamoto. Epilepsy Res 1992
228
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A simplified method of evaluating dose-effect experiments.
J T LITCHFIELD, F WILCOXON. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 1949
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International Union of Pharmacology. XLVIII. Nomenclature and structure-function relationships of voltage-gated calcium channels.
William A Catterall, Edward Perez-Reyes, Terrance P Snutch, Joerg Striessnig. Pharmacol Rev 2005
838
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Molecular characterization of a neuronal low-voltage-activated T-type calcium channel.
E Perez-Reyes, L L Cribbs, A Daud, A E Lacerda, J Barclay, M P Williamson, M Fox, M Rees, J H Lee. Nature 1998
590
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The synaptic vesicle protein SV2A is the binding site for the antiepileptic drug levetiracetam.
Berkley A Lynch, Nathalie Lambeng, Karl Nocka, Patricia Kensel-Hammes, Sandra M Bajjalieh, Alain Matagne, Bruno Fuks. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2004
897
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Gating effects of mutations in the Cav3.2 T-type calcium channel associated with childhood absence epilepsy.
Houman Khosravani, Christophe Altier, Brett Simms, Kevin S Hamming, Terrance P Snutch, Janette Mezeyova, John E McRory, Gerald W Zamponi. J Biol Chem 2004
130
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The I-II loop controls plasma membrane expression and gating of Ca(v)3.2 T-type Ca2+ channels: a paradigm for childhood absence epilepsy mutations.
Iuliia Vitko, Isabelle Bidaud, Juan Manuel Arias, Alexandre Mezghrani, Philippe Lory, Edward Perez-Reyes. J Neurosci 2007
85
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Selective blockade of N-type calcium channels by levetiracetam.
E A Lukyanetz, V M Shkryl, P G Kostyuk. Epilepsia 2002
237
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Cortical-area specific block of genetically determined absence seizures by ethosuximide.
J P A Manning, D A Richards, N Leresche, V Crunelli, N G Bowery. Neuroscience 2004
119
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Thalamic control of visceral nociception mediated by T-type Ca2+ channels.
Daesoo Kim, Donghyun Park, Soonwook Choi, Sukchan Lee, Minjeong Sun, Chanki Kim, Hee-Sup Shin. Science 2003
174
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A Cav3.2 T-type calcium channel point mutation has splice-variant-specific effects on function and segregates with seizure expression in a polygenic rat model of absence epilepsy.
Kim L Powell, Stuart M Cain, Caroline Ng, Shreerang Sirdesai, Laurence S David, Mervyn Kyi, Esperanza Garcia, John R Tyson, Christopher A Reid, Melanie Bahlo,[...]. J Neurosci 2009
123
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Attenuated pain responses in mice lacking Ca(V)3.2 T-type channels.
S Choi, H S Na, J Kim, J Lee, S Lee, D Kim, J Park, C-C Chen, K P Campbell, H-S Shin. Genes Brain Behav 2007
156
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Cloning and characterization of alpha1H from human heart, a member of the T-type Ca2+ channel gene family.
L L Cribbs, J H Lee, J Yang, J Satin, Y Zhang, A Daud, J Barclay, M P Williamson, M Fox, M Rees,[...]. Circ Res 1998
463
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Ethosuximide: from bench to bedside.
M Zafer Gören, Filiz Onat. CNS Drug Rev 2007
70
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Human epilepsy associated with dysfunction of the brain P/Q-type calcium channel.
A Jouvenceau, L H Eunson, A Spauschus, V Ramesh, S M Zuberi, D M Kullmann, M G Hanna. Lancet 2001
261
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Low-voltage-activated calcium channel subunit expression in a genetic model of absence epilepsy in the rat.
E M Talley, G Solórzano, A Depaulis, E Perez-Reyes, D A Bayliss. Brain Res Mol Brain Res 2000
98
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Mechanisms of T-type calcium channel blockade by zonisamide.
M Kito, M Maehara, K Watanabe. Seizure 1996
113
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Role of the alpha1G T-type calcium channel in spontaneous absence seizures in mutant mice.
Inseon Song, Daesoo Kim, Soonwook Choi, Minjeong Sun, Yeongin Kim, Hee-Sup Shin. J Neurosci 2004
100
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Silencing of the Cav3.2 T-type calcium channel gene in sensory neurons demonstrates its major role in nociception.
Emmanuel Bourinet, Abdelkrim Alloui, Arnaud Monteil, Christian Barrère, Brigitte Couette, Olivier Poirot, Anne Pages, John McRory, Terrance P Snutch, Alain Eschalier,[...]. EMBO J 2005
311
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Design, synthesis, and evaluation of a novel 4-aminomethyl-4-fluoropiperidine as a T-type Ca2+ channel antagonist.
William D Shipe, James C Barrow, Zhi-Qiang Yang, Craig W Lindsley, F Vivien Yang, Kelly-Ann S Schlegel, Youheng Shu, Kenneth E Rittle, Mark G Bock, George D Hartman,[...]. J Med Chem 2008
97
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