Publications

This section provides links to selected publications, published both online and in print.

Publications are listed in chronological order, the first being the most recent.

 

 

Incidence and Prevalence of Childhood Epilepsy: A Nationwide Cohort Study.

Authors

Aaberg KM, Gunnes N, Bakken IJ, Lund Søraas C, Berntsen A, Magnus P, Lossius MI, Stoltenberg C, Chin R, Surén P. Pediatrics. 2017 May;139(5).

Description

In the second of a series of papers from a collaboration between the Norwegian Institute of Public Health and the University of Edinburgh, the researchers provide up to date information on the incidence of childhood epilepsy. The importance, strength and merits of analysing data collected routinely in clinical practice, often referred to as “Big Data” is increasingly being recognised.  This paper demonstrates the importance of the validation of epilepsy diagnoses in such data, since a third of children can be erroneously coded as having epilepsy when they do not. The now validated epilepsy cohort is part of a much larger birth cohort and will allow the researchers to examine the development of children with epilepsy compared to those without, the prenatal and postnatal factors that lead to an increased risk for epilepsy and related neurodevelopmental problems,  and factors that improve outcomes.

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Long-term white matter tract reorganization following prolonged febrile seizures.

Authors

Pujar SS, Seunarine KK, Martinos MM, Neville BG, Scott RC, Chin RF, Clark CA. Epilepsia. 2017 May;58(5):772-780.

Description

Febrile seizures occur in 3 per 100 children between the ages of 6 months to 5 years.  They generally last less than 5 minutes but can go on for longer than 30 minutes.  These longer seizures, prolonged febrile seizures, are thought to cause brain damage. In this study of a unique group of children with prolonged febrile seizures, researchers from UCL and the University of Edinburgh report findings that suggest prolonged febrile seizures can interfere with usual development of how different parts of the brain connect with each other but adopts to this within 8 years through changes in the microstructure and organisation of the connective tracts of the brain. 

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Reduced local input to fast-spiking interneurons in the somatosensory cortex in the GABAA γ2 R43Q mouse model of absence epilepsy.

Authors

Currie SP, Luz LL, Booker SA, Wyllie DJ, Kind PC, Daw MI. Epilepsia. 2017 Apr;58(4):597-607.

Description

Developmental concerns and or problems can exist prior to the onset of seizures. Why cognitive and behavioural problems occur in a high proportion of people with epilepsy is unclear.  This study shows that in an experimental model of a specific type of epilepsy, childhood absence epilepsy, there are changes in the way that the brain is usually connected PRIOR to the onset of seizures. 

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A (free) radical approach reveals the physiological function of different synaptic vesicle pools.

Authors

Cousin MA. J Physiol. 2017 Feb 15;595(4):1005-1006.

Description

Synaptic vesicles (SVs) store neurotransmitter inside brain cells and during neuronal activity are triggered to release their contents to evoke neuronal communication. This short commentary article highlighted our growing understanding that not all SVs are created equal, and that there are different populations that mediate different types of neurotransmission.  This may be important for neurotransmitter release during epilepsy, and identifying which SVs are responsible may allow excessive neurotransmission to be limited. 

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Alterations in the properties of neonatal thalamocortical synapses with time in in vitro slices.

Authors

Luz LL, Currie SP, Daw MI. PLoS One. 2017 Feb 8;12(2):e0171897. 

Description

Preclinical, non-human studies are important to increase understanding of and development of treatments for epilepsy.  Brain cells are constantly being formed and lost in the living brain with those that remain forming connections between them. This study shows the way that brain cells communicate with each other in experimental studies of brain slices in specialised preparations changes over time. Thus, in experiments using this technique, this has to be borne in mind. 

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The complex hierarchical topology of EEG functional connectivity.

Authors

Smith K, Escudero J. J Neurosci Methods. 2017 Jan 30;276:1-12. 

Description

EEGs have traditionally been used to help in the diagnosis and treatment of epilepsy. There is increasing interest in using EEG to develop networks to enhance our understanding of how the brain is connected and how it works. This paper provides insight into the complex ways that brain networks are organised.

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Grid cells' need for speed.

Authors

Gonzalez-Sulser A, Nolan MF. Nat Neurosci. 2016 Dec 27;20(1):1-2. 

Description

Grid-firing fields of neurons in the entorhinal cortex are thought to require inputs encoding running speed. Glutamatergic projections from the medial septum may be one of the inputs that provide these speed signals.

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5-Hydroxyvitamin D concentration in paediatric cancer patients from Scotland: a prospective cohort study.

Authors

Iniesta RR, Paciarotti I, Davidson I, McKenzie JM, Brand C, Chin RF, Brougham MF, Wilson DC. Br J Nutr. 2016 Dec;116(11):1926-1934.

Description

This study showed that in Scotland, children with cancer are at no higher risk of having low Vitamin D levels compared to children in the general Scottish population. However, in both groups, low levels are common.  Older children with cancer, or those who are overweight or not taking vitamin D supplements are more likely to have low levels.  The study collaborators in oncology, gastroenterology and neurology services at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Edinburgh recommended that supplementation and monitoring should implemented. Vitamin D levels in the “healthy” control group of children were obtained through a parallel study funded by the Roald Dahl Marvellous Children’s Charity, examining Vitamin D levels in Scottish children with epilepsy versus those without. 

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Flexible theta sequence compression mediated via phase precessing interneurons.

Authors

Chadwick A, van Rossum MC, Nolan MF. Elife. 2016 Dec 8;5. 

Description

The brain electrical activity varies throughout the day and even at the same time period, there can be marked variation of electrical activity within different parts of the brain. These electrical activities have a rhythm and are described as oscillations. Maintenance of these oscillations are linked to learning and if they become abnormal could be associated with development of seizures.  In this paper, the authors report on how the medial septum of the brain (a potential target for novel epilepsy treatments) influences oscillations.

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Quantifying and exploring camouflaging in men and women with autism.

Authors

Lai MC, Lombardo MV, Ruigrok AN, Chakrabarti B, Auyeung B, Szatmari P, Happé F, Baron-Cohen S; MRC AIMS Consortium. Autism. 2016 Nov 29. 

Description

The co-occurrence of epilepsy and autism is common. From a study carried out by a consortium of researchers, Dr. Auyeung and colleagues investigated if and how people with autism “camouflage” their social communication difficulties. They found that the degree of camouflaging was not significantly influenced by age or IQ. On average, women with autism had higher camouflaging scores than men with autism with substantial variability in both groups. Greater camouflaging was associated with more depressive symptoms in men.

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Investigating diagnostic bias in autism spectrum conditions: An item response theory analysis of sex bias in the AQ-10. 

Authors

Murray AL, Allison C, Smith PL, Baron-Cohen S, Booth T, Auyeung B. Autism Res. 2016 Nov 28.

Description

There are more than 40 different types of epilepsy, and there are many autism spectrum conditions (ASC). This study addresses the possibility of misdiagnosis or underdiagnosis using the AQ-10, a screening test for ASC recommended by the National Institute of Clinical Excellence. Dr. Auyeung and colleagues show that some items were biased towards males and others to females but overall there was no bias.  This supports the continued use of AQ-10 as a screening test, but caution should be exercised when interpreting responses to individual items.

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Efficient and versatile CRISPR engineering of human neurons in culture to model neurological disorders.

Authors

Ruth R. Shah, Justyna Cholewa-Waclaw, Faith C.J. Davies, Katie M. Paton, Ronan Chaligne, Edith Heard, Catherine M. Abbott, Adrian P. Bird. Wellcome Open Res. 2016 Nov 15; 1: 13. 

Description

There is increasing evidence of the role of genetic abnormalities in diseases of the nervous system, including epilepsy. Identification of a genetic abnormality is insufficient on its own and more work is needed to understand the changes in function that result from this event and thus the changes in biology in humans.  Understanding this can be highly beneficial with prognostication and development of therapies. In this paper, Prof Abbott and colleagues show how a novel technique CRISPR/Cas 9 can be used to introduce genetic abnormalities in human brain cells.  This is usually a very difficult process for brain cells that are grown in dishes. This new work opens up potential to study the mechanism of human brain diseases including Rett Syndrome and EEF1A2 disorder.    

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Continuous attractor network models of grid cell firing based on excitatory-inhibitory interactions.

Authors

Shipston-Sharman O, Solanka L, Nolan MF. J Physiol. 2016 Nov 15;594(22):6547-6557.

Description

Seizures arise because of an imbalance between excitatory and inhibitory mechanisms in the brain.  In this paper, the authors discuss evidence for continuous attractor network models that account for grid firing by synaptic interactions between excitatory and inhibitory cells.

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Seizure variables and their relationship to genotype and functional abilities in the CDKL5 disorder.

Fehr S, Wong K, Chin R, Williams S, de Klerk N, Forbes D, Krishnaraj R, Christodoulou J, Downs J, Leonard H. Neurology. 2016 Nov;87(21):2206-2213.

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Expanding the (kaleido)scope: exploring current literature trends for translating electroencephalography (EEG) based brain-computer interfaces for motor rehabilitation in children.

Kinney-Lang E, Auyeung B, Escudero J. Journal of Neural Engineering. 2016 Oct;13(6).

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Comorbidity and childhood epilepsy: A nationwide registry study.

Aaberg KM, Bakken IJ, Lossius MI, Lund Soraas C, Haberg SE, Stoltenberg C, Suren P, Chin R. Pediatrics. 2016 Aug;138(3).

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Refined composite multivariate generalized multiscale fuzzy entropy: A tool for complexity analysis of multichannel signals.

Azami H, Escudero J. Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications. 2016 Aug;465:261-276.

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Families' experiences of living with pediatric epilepsy: A qualitative systematic review.

Harden J, Black R, Chin RF. Epilepsy Behav. 2016 Jul;60:225-237.

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Local field potentials get funny.

Nolan MF. The Journal of Physiology. 2016 Jul;594(13):3487-3488.

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Monitoring activity-dependent bulk endocytosis with the genetically-encoded reporter VAMP4-pHluorin.

Nicholson-Fish JC, Smillie KJ, Cousin MA. J Neurosci Methods. 2016 Jun;266:1-10.

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Amplitude-aware permutation entropy: Illustration in spike detection and signal segmentation.

Authors

Azami H, Escudero J. Comput Methods Programs Biomed. 2016 May;128:40-51.

Description

The detection of spikes on EEGs is an important part of the diagnosis and treatment of epilepsy. Seizure detection devices rely on automated detection of such spikes but if there are irregularities in the trace from movement or other artefacts, this can be difficult or impossible. The authors report their discovery of a novel method of detecting spikes and announce the free availability of the code.   

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Novel de novo EEF1A2 missense mutations causing epilepsy and intellectual disability.

Lam WWK, Millichap JJ, Soares DC, Chin R, McLellan A, FitzPatrick DR, Elmslie F, Lees MM, Schaefer GB, DDD study, Abbott CM. Molecular Genetics & Genomic Medicine. 2016 Apr;4(4):465-474.

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Definition and diagnostic criteria of sleep-related hypermotor epilepsy.

Tinuper P, Bisulli F, Cross JH, Hesdorffer D, Kahane P, Nobili L, Provini F, Scheffer IE, Tassi L, Vignatelli L, Bassetti C, Cirignotta F, Derry C, Gambardella A, Guerrini R, Halasz P, Licchetta L, Mahowald M, Manni R, Marini C, Mostacci B, Naldi I, Parrino L, Picard F, Pugliatti M, Ryvlin P, Vigevano F, Zucconi M, Berkovic S, Ottman R. The Official Journal of the American Academy of Neurology. 2016 Apr;86(19):1834-1842.

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Phosphatidylinositol 3-Kinase Couples Localised Calcium Influx to Activation of Akt in Central Nerve Terminals.

Nicholson-Fish JC, Cousin MA, Smillie KJ. Neurochem Res. 2016 Mar;41(3):534-543.

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After sudden unexpected death in epilepsy: Lessons learned and the road forward.

Donner EJ, Waddell B, Osland K, Leach JP, Duncan S, Nashef L, Picot MC. Epilepsia. 2016 Jan;57(S1):46-53.

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Improved multiscale permutation entropy for biomedical signal analysis: Interpretation and application to electroencephalogram recordings.

Azami H, Escudero J. Biomedical Signal Processing and Control. 2016 Jan;23:28-41.

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VAMP4 is an essential cargo molecule for activity-dependent bulk endocytosis. 

Nicholson-Fish JC, Kokotos AC, Gillingwater TG, Smillie KJ, Cousin MA. Neuron. 2015 Dec;88(5):973-984.

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Selection of Mother Wavelet Functions for Multi-Channel EEG Signal Analysis during a Working Memory Task.

Al-Qazzaz NK, Bin Mohd Ali SH, Ahmad SA, Islam MS, Escudero J. Sensors (Basel). 2015 Nov;15(11):29015-29035.

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Convergence of hippocampal pathophysiology in Syngap+/- and Fmr1-/y mice.

Barnes SA, Wijetunge LS, Jackson AD, Katsanevaki D, Osterweil EK, Komiyama NH, Grant SG, Bear MF, Nagerl UV, Kind PC, Wyllie DJ. Journal of Neuroscience. 2015 Nov;35(45):15073-15081.

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Features of developmental coordination disorder in active childhood epilepsy: a population-based study.

Reilly C, Atkinson P, Das KB, Chin RF, Aylett SE, Burch V, Gillberg C, Scott RC, Neville BG. Dev Med Child Neurol. 2015 Sep;57(9):829-34.

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Synaptic vesicle exocytosis and increased cytosolic calcium are both necessary but not sufficient for activity-dependent bulk endocytosis.

Morton A, Marland JR, Cousin MA. J Neurochem. 2015 Aug;134(3):405-15.

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The health, education, and social care costs of school-aged children with active epilepsy: A population-based study.

Hunter RM, Reilly C, Atkinson P, Das KB, Gillberg C, Chin RF, Scott RC, Neville BG, Morris S. Epilepsia. 2015 Jul;56(7):1056-64.

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Noise promotes independent control of gamma oscillations and grid firing within recurrent attractor networks.

Solanka L, van Rossum MC, Nolan MF. eLife. 2015 Jul;4.

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Prescription of emergency antiepileptic medication after a first childhood seizure: analysis of routine administrative data.

Chin RF, Ajetunmobi O, Weir CJ, Wood R. Epileptic Disord. 2015 Jun;17(2):172-6.

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Factors associated with quality of life in active childhood epilepsy: A population-based study.

Reilly C, Atkinson P, Das KB, Chin RF, Aylett SE, Burch V, Gillberg C, Scott RC, and Neville BG. Eur J Paediatr Neurol. 2015 May;19(3):308-13.

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Cognition in school-aged children with "active" epilepsy: A population-based study.

Reilly C, Atkinson P, Das KB, Chin RF, Aylett SE, Burch V, Gillberg C, Scott RC, Neville BG. J Clin Exp Neuropsychol. 2015 Apr;37(4):429-38.

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Socioeconomic deprivation is an independent risk factor for behavioral problems in children with epilepsy.

Carson J, Weir A, Chin RF, McLellan A. Epilepsy Behav. 2015 Apr;45:105-9.

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Quantifying the deficit – imaging neurobehavioural impairment in childhood epilepsy.

Yoong, M. Quan. Imaging in Med Surg. 2015 April 5(2): 225-237.

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Phosphorylation of synaptic vesicle protein 2A at Thr84 by casein kinase 1 family kinases controls the specific retrieval of synaptotagmin-1.

Zhang N, Gordon SL, Fritsch MJ, Esoof N, Campbell DG, Gourlay R, Velupillai S, Macartney T, Peggie M, van Aalten DM, Cousin MA, and Alessi DR. J Neurosci. 2015 Feb 11;35(6):2492-507.

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Chemical corrector treatment ameliorates increased seizure susceptibility in a mouse model of familial epilepsy.

Yokoi N, Fukata Y, Kase D, Miyazaki T, Jaegle M, Ohkawa T, Takahashi N, Iwanari H, Mochizuki Y, Hamakubo T, Imoto K, Meijer D, Watanabe M, Fukata M. Nat Med. 2015 Jan;21(1):19-26.

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Laminar and dorsoventral molecular organization of the medial entorhinal cortex revealed by large-scale anatomical analysis of gene expression.

Ramsden HL, Sürmeli G, McDonagh SG, Nolan MF. PLOS Computational Biology. 2015 Jan;11(1).

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Features of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in childhood epilepsy: a population-based study.

Reilly C, Atkinson P, Das KB, Chin RF, Aylett SE, Burch V, Gillberg C, Scott RC, Neville BG. Epilepsy Behav. 2015 Jan;42:86-92.

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A qualitative study of the reactions of young adults with epilepsy to SUDEP disclosure, perceptions of risks, views on the timing of disclosure and behavioural change.

Tonberg A. Harden J, McLellan A, Chin RF, Duncan S. Epilepsy Behav. 2015 Jan;42:98-106.

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Screening for mental health disorders in active childhood epilepsy: Population-based data.

Reilly C, Atkinson P, Das KB, Chin RF, Aylett SE, Burch V, Gillberg C, Scott RC, Neville BG. Epilepsy Res. 2014 Dec; 108(10):1917-26.

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Parent- and Teacher-Reported Symptoms of ADHD in School-Aged Children With Active Epilepsy: A Population-Based Study.

Reilly C, Atkinson P, Das KB, Chin RF, Aylett SE, Burch V, Gillberg C, Scott RC, Neville BG. J Atten Disord. 2014 Nov 21.

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'If you're gonna die, you're gonna die': Young adults' perceptions of sudden unexpected death in epilepsy.

Harden J, Tonberg A, Chin RF, McLellan A, Duncan S. Chronic Illn. 2014 Oct 31.

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Academic achievement in school-aged children with active epilepsy: A population-based study.           

Reilly C, Atkinson P, Das KB, Chin RF, Aylett SE, Burch V, Gillberg C, Scott RC, Neville BG. Epilepsia. 2014 Oct 20.

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What are the best ways to deliver benzodiazepines in children/patients with prolonged convulsive seizures?

Chin RF. Epileptic Disord. 2014 Oct;16 Suppl 1:50-8.

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Application of diffusion tensor imaging and tractography of the optic radiation in anterior temporal lobe resection for epilepsy: a systematic review.

Piper RJ, Yoong MM, Kandasamy J, Chin RF. Clin Neurol Neurosurg. 2014 Sep; 124:59-65.

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Convulsive status epilepticus and health-related quality of life in children with epilepsy.

Ferro MA, Chin RF, Camfield CS, Wiebe S, Levin SD, Speechley KN. Neurology. 2014 Aug 19;83(8):752-7.

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Estimating intracranial volume using intracranial area in healthy children and those with childhood status epilepticus.

Piper RJ, Yoong MM, Pujar S, Chin RF. Brain Behav. 2014 Aug 28.

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Convulsive status epilepticus and health-related quality of life in children with epilepsy.

Ferro MA, Chin RF, Camfield CS, Wiebe S, Levin SD, Speechley KN. Neurology, 2014 Aug 19;83(8):752-7.

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Hippocampal sclerosis and other forms of status epilepticus.

Yoong M, Martinos MM, Pujar S, Scott RC, Chin RF.Ann Neurol. 2014 Aug;76(2):316.

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Neurobehavioral comorbidities in children with active epilepsy: a population-based study.

Reilly C, Atkinson P, Das KB, Chin RF, Aylett SE, Burch V, Gillberg C, Scott RC, Neville BG. Pediatrics. 2014 Jun;133(6):e1586-93.

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Sleeping in fits and starts: a practical guide to distinguishing nocturnal epilepsy from sleep disorders.

Derry CP. Pract Neurol. 2014 Jun 9. pii: practneurol-2014-000890.

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Functional phylogenetic analysis of LGI proteins identifies an interaction motif crucial for myelination.

Kegel L, Jaegle M, Driegen S, Aunin E, Leslie K, Fukata Y, Watanabe M, Fukata M, Meijer D. Development. 2014 Apr;141(8):1749-56.

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Sleep tight, wake up bright. Should sleep deprivation be included as a potential risk factor for SUDEP?

Scorza FA, Duncan S, Cavalheiro EA, Scorza CA, Tufik S, Andersen ML. Epilepsy Behav. 2014 Apr; 33:75-6. 

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Lack of efficacy of phenytoin in children presenting with febrile status epilepticus.

Pujar SS, Scott RC, Chin RF. Am J Emerg Med. 2012 Nov;30(9):2073-4.

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Retrospective study of sensitivity and specificity of EEG in the elderly compared with younger age groups.

Watson P, Conroy A, Moran G, Duncan S. Epilepsy Behav. 2012 Nov;25(3):408-11.

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Nocturnal Frontal Lobe Epilepsy vs Parasomnias.

Derry C. Curr Treat Options Neurol. 2012 Oct; 14(5):451-63.

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Recognition memory is impaired in children after prolonged febrile seizures.

Martinos MM, Yoong M, Patil S, Chin RF, Neville BG, Scott RC, de Haan M. Brain. 2012 Oct; 135(Pt 10):3153-64.

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Oscillatory dynamics in the hippocampus support dentate gyrus–CA3 coupling.

Akam T, Oren I, Mantoan L, Ferenczi E, Kullmann DM. May 2012; Nature Neurosci. 15:763-8.

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The role of magnetic resonance imaging in the follow-up of children with convulsive status epilepticus.

Yoong M, Madari R, Martinos M, Clark C, Chong K, Neville B, Chin R, Scott R. Dev Med Child Neurol. 2012 Apr; 54(4):328-33.

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Lack of efficacy of phenytoin in children presenting with febrile status epilepticus.

Pujar SS, Scott RC, Chin RF. Am J Emerg Med. 2012 Nov;30(9):2073-4.

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Retrospective study of sensitivity and specificity of EEG in the elderly compared with younger age groups.

Watson P, Conroy A, Moran G, Duncan S. Epilepsy Behav. 2012 Nov;25(3):408-11.

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Nocturnal Frontal Lobe Epilepsy vs Parasomnias.

Derry C. Curr Treat Options Neurol. 2012 Oct; 14(5):451-63.

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Recognition memory is impaired in children after prolonged febrile seizures.

Martinos MM, Yoong M, Patil S, Chin RF, Neville BG, Scott RC, de Haan M. Brain. 2012 Oct; 135(Pt 10):3153-64.

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Oscillatory dynamics in the hippocampus support dentate gyrus–CA3 coupling.

Akam T, Oren I, Mantoan L, Ferenczi E, Kullmann DM. May 2012; Nature Neurosci. 15:763-8.

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The role of magnetic resonance imaging in the follow-up of children with convulsive status epilepticus.

Yoong M, Madari R, Martinos M, Clark C, Chong K, Neville B, Chin R, Scott R. Dev Med Child Neurol. 2012 Apr; 54(4):328-33.

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Autoimmune limbic encephalitis.

Derry CP, Wilkie MD, Al-Shahi Salman R, Davenport RJ. Clin Med. 2011 Oct;11(5):476-8. 

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Death within 8 years after childhood convulsive status epilepticus: a population-based study.

Pujar SS, Neville BG, Scott RC, Chin RF; North London Epilepsy Research Network. Brain. 2011 Oct; 134(Pt 10):2819-27. 

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Neuroendocrinological aspects of epilepsy: important issues and trends in future research.

Pack AM, Reddy DS, Duncan S, Herzog A. Epilepsy Behav. 2011 Sep;22(1):94-102.

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Outcomes of childhood epilepsy at age 33 years: a population-based birth-cohort study.

Chin RF, Cumberland PM, Pujar SS, Peckham C, Ross EM, Scott RC. Epilepsia. 2011 Aug; 52(8):1513-21.

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Sudden unexpected death in epilepsy.

Duncan S, Brodie MJ. Epilepsy Behav. 2011 Aug; 21(4):344-51.

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The sleep manifestations of frontal lobe epilepsy.

Derry CP. Curr Neurol Neurosci Rep. 2011 Apr;11(2):218-26.

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Hypersensitivity to mGluR5 and ERK1/2 leads to excessive protein synthesis in the hippocampus of a mouse model of fragile X syndrome.

Osterweil EK, Krueger DD, Reinhold K, Bear MF. Nov 2010; J Neurosci. 30: 15616-27.

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Adam22 is a major neuronal reception for Lgi4-mediated Schwann cell signaling.

Mar 2010; J. Neurosci.30: 3857-64. Ozkaynak E, Abello G, Jaegle M, van Berge L, Hamer D, Kegel L, Driegen S, Sagane K, Bermingham JR, Jr., Meijer D.

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Identification of the current generator underlying cholinergically induced gamma frequency field potential oscillations in the hippocampal CA3 region. 

Mar 2010; J. Physiol. 588: 785-97. Oren I, Hájos N, Paulsen O.

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