Dudek, Francis Edward, PhD

Languages

  • English

Academic Information

  • Departments: Neurosurgery - Professor

Academic Office Information

  • 801-581-6354
  • Physiology Department
    420 Chipeta Way
    Salt Lake City, UT 84108

Academic Bio

.Dr. Dudek received his B.S. in Biological Sciences from the University of California, Irvine in June, 1969, as well as his Ph.D. degree in 1973. Dr. Dudek went on to complete a postdoctoral fellowship in the Department of Ophthalmology Research from the College of Physicians and Surgeons at Columbia University in New York from Feb 1973 to Feb 1974. From April 1974to September 1974 he was a Post-Doctoral Research Associate in the Department of Psychobiology, University of California, Irvine, California. He was then a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Marine Biomedical Institute and Department of Physiology and Biophysics at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, TX from October 1974 to July 1975.

In August of 1975 Dr. Dudek became an Assistant Professor in the Department of Physiology at Tulane University School of Medicine in New Orleans, LA until June 1980. At that time, Dr. Dudek was promoted to Associate Professor, also at Tulane University School of Medicine. In 1984 Dr. Dudek was made Professor in the Department of Physiology at Tulane University School of Medicine, where he resided until 1987. July 1987 – June 1992 Dr. Dudek was Professor and Associate Director of the Mental Retardation Research Center, at the University of California at Los Angeles School of Medicine. Dr. Dudek was then a Professor in the Department of Biomedical Sciences at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, CO, where he also served as Chair for the department of Anatomy and Neurobiology from July 1992 to June 2000 and Associate Director of the Molecular, Cellular and Integrative Neuroscience Program from July 2002-December 2005. In March 2005 Dr. Dudek was made Professor and Chair of the Department of Physiology at the University of Utah School of Medicine.Dr. Dudek received his B.S. in Biological Sciences from the University of California, Irvine in June, 1969, as well as his Ph.D. degree in 1973. Dr. Dudek went on to complete a postdoctoral fellowship in the Department of Ophthalmology Research from the College of Physicians and Surgeons at Columbia University in New York from Feb 1973 to Feb 1974. From April 1974to September 1974 he was a Post-Doctoral Research Associate in the Department of Psychobiology, University of California, Irvine, California. He was then a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Marine Biomedical Institute and Department of Physiology and Biophysics at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, TX from October 1974 to July 1975.

In August of 1975 Dr. Dudek became an Assistant Professor in the Department of Physiology at Tulane University School of Medicine in New Orleans, LA until June 1980. At that time, Dr. Dudek was promoted to Associate Professor, also at Tulane University School of Medicine. In 1984 Dr. Dudek was made Professor in the Department of Physiology at Tulane University School of Medicine, where he resided until 1987. July 1987 – June 1992 Dr. Dudek was Professor and Associate Director of the Mental Retardation Research Center, at the University of California at Los Angeles School of Medicine. Dr. Dudek was then a Professor in the Department of Biomedical Sciences at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, CO, where he also served as Chair for the department of Anatomy and Neurobiology from July 1992 to June 2000 and Associate Director of the Molecular, Cellular and Integrative Neuroscience Program from July 2002-December 2005. In March 2005 Dr. Dudek was made Professor and Chair of the Department of Physiology at the University of Utah School of Medicine.

Education History

Type School Degree
Postdoctoral Training Marine Biomedical Institute and Dept. of Physiology & Biophysics, University of Texas Medical Branch
Physiology and Biophysics
Postdoctoral Training
Postdoctoral Training University of California, Dept. of Psychobiology
Neurophysiology
Postdoctoral Training
Postdoctoral Training Columbia University, Dept. of Ophthalmology Research, College of Physicians and Surgeons
Sensory Physiology
Postdoctoral Training
Doctoral Training University of California, Dept. of Developmental and Cell Biology
Neurophysiology
Ph.D.
Undergraduate University of California
Biological Sciences
B.Sc.

Selected Publications

Journal Article

  1. Taylor JA, Reuter JD, Kubiak RA, Mufford TT, Booth CJ, Dudek FE, Barth DS (2019 Apr 10). Spontaneous Recurrent Absence Seizure-like Events in Wild-Caught Rats.LID - 1167-18 [pii]LID - 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.1167-18.2019 [doi]. (Epub ahead of print) J Neurosci.
  2. Grabenstatter HL, Dudek FE (2019 Apr). Effect of carbamazepine on spontaneous recurrent seizures recorded from the dentate gyrus in rats with kainate-induced epilepsy. Epilepsia, 60(4), 636-647.
  3. Akman O, Raol YH, Auvin S, Cortez MA, Kubova H, de Curtis M, Ikeda A, Dudek FE, Galanopoulou AS (2018 Dec). Methodologic recommendations and possible interpretations of video-EEG recordings in immature rodents used as experimental controls: A TASK1-WG2 report of the ILAE/AES Joint Translational Task Force. Epilepsia Open, 3(4), 437-459.
  4. Spampanato J, Gibson A, Dudek FE (2018 May 1). The antihelminthic moxidectin enhances tonic GABA currents in rodent hippocampal pyramidal neurons. J Neurophysiol, 119(5), 1693-1698.
  5. Smith ZZ, Benison AM, Bercum FM, Dudek FE, Barth DS (2018 May 1). Progression of convulsive and nonconvulsive seizures during epileptogenesis after pilocarpine-induced status epilepticus. J Neurophysiol, 119(5), 1818-1835.
  6. Scholl EA, Miller-Smith SM, Bealer SL, Lehmkuhle MJ, Ekstrand JJ, Dudek FE, McDonough JH (2018 May). Age-dependent behaviors, seizure severity and neuronal damage in response to nerve agents or the organophosphate DFP in immature and adult rats. Neurotoxicology, 66, 10-21.
  7. Spampanato J, Dudek FE (2017 Jul-Aug). Targeted Interneuron Ablation in the Mouse Hippocampus Can Cause Spontaneous Recurrent Seizures.LID - ENEURO.0130-17.2017 [pii]LID - 10.1523/ENEURO.0130-17.2017 [doi]. eNeuro, 4(4).
  8. Taylor JA, Rodgers KM, Bercum FM, Booth CJ, Dudek FE, Barth DS (2017 Jun 14). Voluntary Control of Epileptiform Spike-Wave Discharges in Awake Rats. J Neurosci, 37(24), 5861-5869.
  9. Sawant-Pokam PM, Suryavanshi P, Mendez JM, Dudek FE, Brennan KC (2017 Feb 1). Mechanisms of Neuronal Silencing After Cortical Spreading Depression. Cereb Cortex, 27(2), 1311-1325.
  10. Berdichevsky Y, Saponjian Y, Park KI, Roach B, Pouliot W, Lu K, Swiercz W, Dudek FE, Staley KJ (2016 Dec). Staged anticonvulsant screening for chronic epilepsy. Ann Clin Transl Neurol, 3(12), 908-923.
  11. Pouliot W, Bealer SL, Roach B, Dudek FE (2016 Sep). A rodent model of human organophosphate exposure producing status epilepticus and neuropathology. Neurotoxicology, 56, 196-203.
  12. Kadam SD, Dudek FE (2016 Mar 1). Temporal progression of evoked field potentials in neocortical slices after unilateral hypoxia-ischemia in perinatal rats: Correlation with cortical epileptogenesis. Neuroscience, 316, 232-48.
  13. Bercum FM, Rodgers KM, Benison AM, Smith ZZ, Taylor J, Kornreich E, Grabenstatter HL, Dudek FE, Barth DS (2015 Dec 2). Maternal Stress Combined with Terbutaline Leads to Comorbid Autistic-Like Behavior and Epilepsy in a Rat Model. J Neurosci, 35(48), 15894-902.
  14. Zayachkivsky A, Lehmkuhle MJ, Dudek FE (2015 Jul 21). Long-term Continuous EEG Monitoring in Small Rodent Models of Human Disease Using the Epoch Wireless Transmitter System. J Vis Exp, (101), e52554.
  15. Zayachkivsky A, Lehmkuhle MJ, Ekstrand JJ, Dudek FE (2015 Nov). Ischemic injury suppresses hypoxia-induced electrographic seizures and the background EEG in a rat model of perinatal hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy. J Neurophysiol, 114(5), 2753-63.
  16. Pitkanen A, Lukasiuk K, Dudek FE, Staley KJ (2015 Sep 18). Epileptogenesis.LID - 10.1101/cshperspect.a022822 [doi]LID - a022822 [pii]. Cold Spring Harb Perspect Med, 5(10).
  17. Rodgers KM, Dudek FE, Barth DS (2015 Jun 17). Progressive, Seizure-Like, Spike-Wave Discharges Are Common in Both Injured and Uninjured Sprague-Dawley Rats: Implications for the Fluid Percussion Injury Model of Post-Traumatic Epilepsy. J Neurosci, 35(24), 9194-204.
  18. Trandafir CC, Pouliot WA, Dudek FE, Ekstrand JJ (2015 Jan 22). Co-administration of subtherapeutic diazepam enhances neuroprotective effect of COX-2 inhibitor, NS-398, after lithium pilocarpine-induced status epilepticus. Neuroscience, 284, 601-10.
  19. Spampanato J, Dudek FE (2014 Sep). Valnoctamide enhances phasic inhibition: a potential target mechanism for the treatment of benzodiazepine-refractory status epilepticus. Epilepsia, 55(9), e94-8.
  20. Dingledine R, Varvel NH, Dudek FE (2014). When and how do seizures kill neurons, and is cell death relevant to epileptogenesis? Adv Exp Med Biol, 813, 109-22.
  21. Scholl EA, Dudek FE, Ekstrand JJ (2013 Nov 12). Neuronal degeneration is observed in multiple regions outside the hippocampus after lithium pilocarpine-induced status epilepticus in the immature rat. Neuroscience, 252, 45-59.
  22. Zayachkivsky A, Lehmkuhle MJ, Fisher JH, Ekstrand JJ, Dudek FE (2013 Feb). Recording EEG in immature rats with a novel miniature telemetry system. J Neurophysiol, 109(3), 900-11.
  23. Rook JM, Noetzel MJ, Pouliot WA, Bridges TM, Vinson PN, Cho HP, Zhou Y, Gogliotti RD, Manka JT, Gregory KJ, Stauffer SR, Dudek FE, Xiang Z, Niswender CM, Daniels JS, Jones CK, Lindsley CW, Conn PJ (2013 Mar 15). Unique signaling profiles of positive allosteric modulators of metabotropic glutamate receptor subtype 5 determine differences in in vivo activity. Biol Psychiatry, 73(6), 501-9.
  24. Pouliot W, Bialer M, Hen N, Shekh-Ahmad T, Kaufmann D, Yagen B, Ricks K, Roach B, Nelson C, Dudek FE (2013 Feb 12). A comparative electrographic analysis of the effect of sec-butyl-propylacetamide on pharmacoresistant status epilepticus. Neuroscience, 231, 145-56.
  25. Jiang J, Quan Y, Ganesh T, Pouliot WA, Dudek FE, Dingledine R (2013 Feb 26). Inhibition of the prostaglandin receptor EP2 following status epilepticus reduces delayed mortality and brain inflammation. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 110(9), 3591-6.
  26. Dudek FE (2012 May). Mechanisms of Seizure-Induced Inflammation of the Brain: Many Possible Roles for Neuronal COX-2. Epilepsy Curr, 12(3), 115-7.
  27. Ali A, Dua Y, Constance JE, Franklin MR, Dudek FE (2012 Jan). A once-per-day, drug-in-food protocol for prolonged administration of antiepileptic drugs in animal models. Epilepsia, 53(1), 199-206.
  28. Fawley JA, Pouliot WA, Dudek FE (2012 Feb 17). Pilocarpine-induced status epilepticus and subsequent spontaneous seizures: lack of effect on the number of gonadotropin-releasing hormone-positive neurons in a mouse model of temporal lobe epilepsy. Neuroscience, 203, 153-9.
  29. Ekstrand JJ, Pouliot W, Scheerlinck P, Dudek FE (2011 Sep 29). Lithium pilocarpine-induced status epilepticus in postnatal day 20 rats results in greater neuronal injury in ventral versus dorsal hippocampus. Neuroscience, 192, 699-707.
  30. Dudek FE, Staley KJ (2011 Dec). Seizure probability in animal models of acquired epilepsy: a perspective on the concept of the preictal state. Epilepsy Res, 97(3), 324-31.
  31. Shao LR, Dudek FE (2011 Feb). Repetitive perforant-path stimulation induces epileptiform bursts in minislices of dentate gyrus from rats with kainate-induced epilepsy. J Neurophysiol, 105(2), 522-7.
  32. Staley KJ, White A, Dudek FE (2011 Jun 27). Interictal spikes: harbingers or causes of epilepsy? Neurosci Lett, 497(3), 247-50.
  33. Dudek FE, Staley KJ (2011 Jun 27). The time course of acquired epilepsy: implications for therapeutic intervention to suppress epileptogenesis. Neurosci Lett, 497(3), 240-6.
  34. White A, Williams PA, Hellier JL, Clark S, Dudek FE, Staley KJ (2010 Mar). EEG spike activity precedes epilepsy after kainate-induced status epilepticus. Epilepsia, 51(3), 371-83.
  35. Ben-Ari Y, Dudek FE (2010 Sep). Primary and secondary mechanisms of epileptogenesis in the temporal lobe: there is a before and an after. Epilepsy Curr, 10(5), 118-25.
  36. Dudek FE (2010 Sep). Axon sprouting and synaptic reorganization of GABAergic interneurons: a focused look at a general question. Epilepsy Curr, 10(5), 126-8.
  37. Kadam SD, White AM, Staley KJ, Dudek FE (2010 Jan 6). Continuous electroencephalographic monitoring with radio-telemetry in a rat model of perinatal hypoxia-ischemia reveals progressive post-stroke epilepsy. J Neurosci, 30(1), 404-15.
  38. Dudek FE, Pouliot WA, Rossi CA, Staley KJ (2010 Jul). The effect of the cannabinoid-receptor antagonist, SR141716, on the early stage of kainate-induced epileptogenesis in the adult rat. Epilepsia, 51 Suppl 3, 126-30.
  39. Dudek FE, Bertram EH (2010 Jul). Counterpoint to "what is an epileptic seizure?" by D'Ambrosio and Miller. Epilepsy Curr, 10(4), 91-4.
  40. Dudek FE, Ekstrand JJ, Staley KJ (2010 Jul). Is neuronal death necessary for acquired epileptogenesis in the immature brain? Epilepsy Curr, 10(4), 95-9.
  41. Hellier JL, White A, Williams PA, Dudek FE, Staley KJ (2009 Feb). NMDA receptor-mediated long-term alterations in epileptiform activity in experimental chronic epilepsy. Neuropharmacology, 56(2), 414-21.
  42. Dudek FE (2009 Nov-Dec). Epileptogenesis: a new twist on the balance of excitation and inhibition. Epilepsy Curr, 9(6), 174-6.
  43. Dudek FE (2009 Sep-Oct). Microseizures in human neocortex: a role for ultra-small seizures? Epilepsy Curr, 9(5), 151-2.
  44. Shao LR, Dudek FE (2009 Dec 15). Both synaptic and intrinsic mechanisms underlie the different properties of population bursts in the hippocampal CA3 area of immature versus adult rats. J Physiol, 587(Pt 24), 5907-23.
  45. Statler KD, Scheerlinck P, Pouliot W, Hamilton M, White HS, Dudek FE (2009 Oct). A potential model of pediatric posttraumatic epilepsy. Epilepsy Res, 86(2-3), 221-3.
  46. Lehmkuhle MJ, Thomson KE, Scheerlinck P, Pouliot W, Greger B, Dudek FE (2009 Mar). A simple quantitative method for analyzing electrographic status epilepticus in rats. J Neurophysiol, 101(3), 1660-70.
  47. Waldbaum S, Dudek FE (2009 Apr). Single and repetitive paired-pulse suppression: a parametric analysis and assessment of usefulness in epilepsy research. Epilepsia, 50(4), 904-16.
  48. Williams PA, White AM, Clark S, Ferraro DJ, Swiercz W, Staley KJ, Dudek FE (2009 Feb 18). Development of spontaneous recurrent seizures after kainate-induced status epilepticus. J Neurosci, 29(7), 2103-12.
  49. Dudek FE (2009 Apr). Commentary: a skeptical view of experimental gene therapy to block epileptogenesis. Neurotherapeutics, 6(2), 319-22.
  50. Dudek FE (2009 Mar-Apr). Is modulation of cortical synapses after brain trauma homeostatic? Or, since when is epilepsy normal? Epilepsy Curr, 9(2), 53-4.
  51. Trandafir CC, Pouliot WA, Dudek FE (2008). Cyclooxygenase-2 inhibitor (NS-398) determines neuroprotection following pilocarpine-induced status epilepticus in rats. Epilepsia, 48(3.299).
  52. Kononenko NI, Honma S, Dudek FE, Honma K (2008 Sep). On the role of calcium and potassium currents in circadian modulation of firing rate in rat suprachiasmatic nucleus neurons: multielectrode dish analysis. Neurosci Res, 62(1), 51-7.
  53. Dudek FE, Bertram EH, Staley KJ (2008 Jan-Feb). Antiepileptogenesis Therapy with Levetiracetam: Data from Kindling versus Status Epilepticus Models. Epilepsy Curr, 8(1), 28-30.
  54. Kononenko NI, Kuehl-Kovarik MC, Partin KM, Dudek FE (2008 May 16). Circadian difference in firing rate of isolated rat suprachiasmatic nucleus neurons. Neurosci Lett, 436(3), 314-6.
  55. Dudek FE, Bertram EH (2008 May-Jun). In search of a new and improved target for antiepileptic drugs: sialic acid? Epilepsy Curr, 8(3), 79-80.
  56. Grabenstatter HL, Dudek FE (2008 Oct). A new potential AED, carisbamate, substantially reduces spontaneous motor seizures in rats with kainate-induced epilepsy. Epilepsia, 49(10), 1787-94.
  57. Dudek FE, Rogawski MA (2007 Sep-Oct). Calcium currents burst back: a possible role for dendrites in epileptogenesis. Epilepsy Curr, 7(5), 140-1.
  58. Rash JE, Olson CO, Pouliot WA, Davidson KG, Yasumura T, Furman CS, Royer S, Kamasawa N, Nagy JI, Dudek FE (2007 Oct 26). Connexin36 vs. connexin32, "miniature" neuronal gap junctions, and limited electrotonic coupling in rodent suprachiasmatic nucleus. Neuroscience, 149(2), 350-71.
  59. Williams PA, Dudek FE (2007 Nov 23). A chronic histopathological and electrophysiological analysis of a rodent hypoxic-ischemic brain injury model and its use as a model of epilepsy. Neuroscience, 149(4), 943-61.
  60. Kadam SD, Dudek FE (2007 Dec 20). Neuropathogical features of a rat model for perinatal hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy with associated epilepsy. J Comp Neurol, 505(6), 716-37.
  61. Grabenstatter HL, Clark S, Dudek FE (2007 Dec). Anticonvulsant effects of carbamazepine on spontaneous seizures in rats with kainate-induced epilepsy: comparison of intraperitoneal injections with drug-in-food protocols. Epilepsia, 48(12), 2287-95.
  62. Sutula TP, Dudek FE (2007). Unmasking recurrent excitation generated by mossy fiber sprouting in the epileptic dentate gyrus: an emergent property of a complex system. Prog Brain Res, 163, 541-63.
  63. Dudek FE, Sutula TP (2007). Epileptogenesis in the dentate gyrus: a critical perspective. Prog Brain Res, 163, 755-73.
  64. Dudek FE, Staley KJ (2007 May-Jun). How does the balance of excitation and inhibition shift during epileptogenesis? Epilepsy Curr, 7(3), 86-8.
  65. Shao LR, Dudek FE (2006 ). Changes in mIPSCs and sIPSCs after kainate treatment: evidence for loss of inhibitory input to dentate granule cells and possible compensatory responses. J Neurophysiol, (94), 952-960.
  66. Dudek FE (2006 Jul-Aug). Single-neuron activity and imaging during epileptogenesis: what can be seen and how best to see it? Epilepsy Curr, 6(4), 136-7.
  67. Staley KJ, Dudek FE (2006 Nov-Dec). Interictal spikes and epileptogenesis. Epilepsy Curr, 6(6), 199-202.
  68. Dudek FE, Staley KJ (2006 Nov-Dec). Laser scanning photostimulation: new evidence for enhanced recurrent excitation in a model of posttraumatic epilepsy. Epilepsy Curr, 6(6), 215-6.
  69. Dudek FE (2006 May-Jun). How independent are initiation, propagation, and termination of epileptiform activity? Epilepsy Curr, 6(3), 93-5.
  70. Dudek FE (2006 Mar-Apr). Activation of Fos during spontaneous hippocampal seizures in a model of temporal lobe epilepsy. Epilepsy Curr, 6(2), 57-8.
  71. Dudek FE (2006 Jan-Feb). The hyperinhibition hypothesis in epileptogenesis: an assessment of the evidence. Epilepsy Curr, 6(1), 8-10.
  72. Fawley JA, Pouliot WA, Dudek FE (2006 May). Epilepsy and reproductive disorders: the role of the gonadotropin-releasing hormone network. Epilepsy Behav, 8(3), 477-82.
  73. Williams P, White A, Ferraro D, Clark S, Staley K, Dudek FE (2006 Jul 15). The use of radiotelemetry to evaluate electrographic seizures in rats with kainate-induced epilepsy. J Neurosci Methods, 155(1), 39-48.
  74. White AM, Williams PA, Ferraro DJ, Clark S, Kadam SD, Dudek FE, Staley KJ (2006 Apr 15). Efficient unsupervised algorithms for the detection of seizures in continuous EEG recordings from rats after brain injury. J Neurosci Methods, 152(1-2), 255-66.
  75. Kononenko NI, Dudek FE (2006). Persistent calcium current in rat suprachiasmatic nucleus neurons. Neuroscience, 138(2), 377-88.
  76. Hellier JL, Dudek FE (2005 May). Chemoconvulsant model of chronic spontaneous seizures. Curr Protoc Neurosci, Chapter 9, Unit 9.19.
  77. Kononenko NI, Dudek FE (2005 Jun 21). Noise of the slowly inactivating Na current in suprachiasmatic nucleus neurons. Neuroreport, 16(9), 981-5.
  78. Kuehl-Kovarik MC, Partin KM, Handa RJ, Dudek FE (2005). Spike-dependent depolarizing afterpotentials contribute to endogenous bursting in gonadotropin releasing hormone neurons. Neuroscience, 134(1), 295-300.
  79. Shao LR, Dudek FE (2005). Detection of increased local excitatory circuits in the hippocampus during epileptogenesis using focal flash photolysis of caged glutamate. Epilepsia, 46 Suppl 5, 100-6.
  80. Dudek FE, Rogawski MA (2005 May-Jun). Regulation of brain water: is there a role for aquaporins in epilepsy? Epilepsy Curr, 5(3), 104-6.
  81. Dudek FE (2005 Sep-Oct). Are altered excitatory synapses found in neuronal migration disorders? Epilepsy Curr, 5(5), 171-3.
  82. Dudek FE, Staley KJ (2005 Nov-Dec). Chronic cortical injury and epileptogensis: a possible role for intracellular chloride homeostasis. Epilepsy Curr, 5(6), 239-40.
  83. Grabenstatter HL, Ferraro DJ, Williams PA, Chapman PL, Dudek FE (2005 Jan). Use of chronic epilepsy models in antiepileptic drug discovery: the effect of topiramate on spontaneous motor seizures in rats with kainate-induced epilepsy. Epilepsia, 46(1), 8-14.
  84. Bramley JR, Sollars PJ, Pickard GE, Dudek FE (2005 Jun). 5-HT1B receptor-mediated presynaptic inhibition of GABA release in the suprachiasmatic nucleus. J Neurophysiol, 93(6), 3157-64.
  85. Dudek FE (2004 May-Jun). Seizure-induced neurogenesis and epilepsy: involvement of ectopic granule cells? Epilepsy Curr, 4(3), 103-4.
  86. Dudek FE (2004 Sep-Oct). The epileptic GABA(A) receptor: a target for epileptogenesis and for new AEDs? Epilepsy Curr, 4(5), 182-3.
  87. Dudek FE, Shao LR (2004 Sep-Oct). Mossy fiber sprouting and recurrent excitation: direct electrophysiologic evidence and potential implications. Epilepsy Curr, 4(5), 184-7.
  88. Dudek FE, Clark S (2004 Nov-Dec). Is there a "critical period" for intervention in posttraumatic epilepsy? Epilepsy Curr, 4(6), 254-5.
  89. Kononenko NI, Shao LR, Dudek FE (2004 Feb). Riluzole-sensitive slowly inactivating sodium current in rat suprachiasmatic nucleus neurons. J Neurophysiol, 91(2), 710-8.
  90. Kononenko NI, Dudek FE (2004 Jan). Mechanism of irregular firing of suprachiasmatic nucleus neurons in rat hypothalamic slices. J Neurophysiol, 91(1), 267-73.
  91. Shao LR, Dudek FE (2004 Sep). Increased excitatory synaptic activity and local connectivity of hippocampal CA1 pyramidal cells in rats with kainate-induced epilepsy. J Neurophysiol, 92(3), 1366-73.
  92. Rash JE, Pereda A, Kamasawa N, Furman CS, Yasumura T, Davidson KG, Dudek FE, Olson C, Li X, Nagy JI (2004 Jan). High-resolution proteomic mapping in the vertebrate central nervous system: close proximity of connexin35 to NMDA glutamate receptor clusters and co-localization of connexin36 with immunoreactivity for zonula occludens protein-1 (ZO-1). J Neurocytol, 33(1), 131-51.
  93. Dudek FE, Bramley JR (2004 Jan). GluR5 Kainate Receptors and Topiramate: A New Site of Action for Antiepileptic Drugs? Epilepsy Curr, 4(1), 17.
  94. Williams PA, Dou P, Dudek FE (2004 Oct). Epilepsy and synaptic reorganization in a perinatal rat model of hypoxia-ischemia. Epilepsia, 45(10), 1210-8.
  95. Kononenko NI, Medina I, Dudek FE (2004). Persistent subthreshold voltage-dependent cation single channels in suprachiasmatic nucleus neurons. Neuroscience, 129(1), 85-92.
  96. Dudek FE (2004 Mar). Hyperpolarization-activated Cation Channels in Human and Experimental Epilepsy: Do They Play a Role in Epileptogenesis? Epilepsy Curr, 4(2), 71-72.
  97. Dudek FE, Shao LR (2003 Sep). Loss of GABAergic Interneurons in Seizure-induced Epileptogenesis. Epilepsy Curr, 3(5), 159-161.
  98. Gribkoff VK, Pieschl RL, Dudek FE (2003 Sep). GABA receptor-mediated inhibition of neuronal activity in rat SCN in vitro: pharmacology and influence of circadian phase. J Neurophysiol, 90(3), 1438-48.
  99. Dudek FE (2003 Jul). New Evidence for an Important Role of Endogenous GABA in Seizure Generation in the Immature Hippocampus. Epilepsy Curr, 3(4), 142-143.
  100. Dudek FE (2003 May). High-frequency Oscillations and Neocortical Seizures: Do They Have a Role in Seizure Onset, and Which Mechanisms Generate Them? Epilepsy Curr, 3(3), 80-81.
  101. Dudek FE (2003 May). Single-gene Mutation Leads to Localized Disruption of Cortical Interneuron Development and Increased Seizure Susceptibility. Epilepsy Curr, 3(3), 84-85.
  102. Dudek FE, Williams PA (2003 Mar). Does Neuroprotection Prevent Epileptogenesis? Epilepsy Curr, 3(2), 68-69.
  103. Dudek FE (2003 Nov). Does Hippocampal Neurogenesis after Kainate-induced Apoptosis In Neonatal Rats Replace Lost Neurons? Epilepsy Curr, 3(6), 225-226.
  104. Buckmaster PS, Smith MO, Buckmaster CL, LeCouteur RA, Dudek FE (2002 Jan-Feb). Absence of temporal lobe epilepsy pathology in dogs with medically intractable epilepsy. J Vet Intern Med, 16(1), 95-9.
  105. Smith BN, Dudek FE (2002 Mar). Network interactions mediated by new excitatory connections between CA1 pyramidal cells in rats with kainate-induced epilepsy. J Neurophysiol, 87(3), 1655-8.
  106. Kuehl-Kovarik MC, Pouliot WA, Halterman GL, Handa RJ, Dudek FE, Partin KM (2002 Mar 15). Episodic bursting activity and response to excitatory amino acids in acutely dissociated gonadotropin-releasing hormone neurons genetically targeted with green fluorescent protein. J Neurosci, 22(6), 2313-22.
  107. Williams PA, Wuarin JP, Dou P, Ferraro DJ, Dudek FE (2002 Oct). Reassessment of the effects of cycloheximide on mossy fiber sprouting and epileptogenesis in the pilocarpine model of temporal lobe epilepsy. J Neurophysiol, 88(4), 2075-87.
  108. Dudek FE, Staley KJ, Sutula TP (2002 Nov). The search for animal models of epileptogenesis and pharmacoresistance: are there biologic barriers to simple validation strategies? Epilepsia, 43(11), 1275-7.
  109. Hernandez EJ, Williams PA, Dudek FE (2002 Nov). Effects of fluoxetine and TFMPP on spontaneous seizures in rats with pilocarpine-induced epilepsy. Epilepsia, 43(11), 1337-45.
  110. Dudek FE, Shao LR (2002 Nov). Synaptic Reorganization in an Experimental Model of Posttraumatic Epilepsy. Epilepsy Curr, 2(6), 198-199.
  111. Dudek FE, Rogawski MA (2002 Sep). The Epileptic Neuron Redux. Epilepsy Curr, 2(5), 151-152.
  112. Dudek FE (2002 Jul). Gap Junctions and Fast Oscillations: A Role in Seizures and Epileptogenesis? Epilepsy Curr, 2(4), 133-136.
  113. Dudek FE (2002 Jul). Role of Glial Cells in Seizures and Epilepsy: Intracellular Calcium Oscillations sn Spatial Buffering. Epilepsy Curr, 2(4), 137-139.
  114. Dudek FE (2002 Jan). Selective Inhibitory Interneuron Loss Produces Chronic Hippocampal Hyperexcitability. Epilepsy Curr, 2(1), 21-22.
  115. Dudek FE (2002 Jan). Neuropeptide Y May Be an Endogenous Anticonvulsant in Hippocampus. Epilepsy Curr, 2(1), 25.
  116. Smith BN, Dudek FE (2001 Jan). Short- and long-term changes in CA1 network excitability after kainate treatment in rats. J Neurophysiol, 85(1), 1-9.
  117. Smith BN, Sollars PJ, Dudek FE, Pickard GE (2001 Feb). Serotonergic modulation of retinal input to the mouse suprachiasmatic nucleus mediated by 5-HT1B and 5-HT7 receptors. J Biol Rhythms, 16(1), 25-38.
  118. Rash JE, Yasumura T, Dudek FE, Nagy JI (2001 Mar 15). Cell-specific expression of connexins and evidence of restricted gap junctional coupling between glial cells and between neurons. J Neurosci, 21(6), 1983-2000.
  119. Wuarin JP, Dudek FE (2001 Mar). Excitatory synaptic input to granule cells increases with time after kainate treatment. J Neurophysiol, 85(3), 1067-77.
  120. Rash JE, Yasumura T, Davidson KG, Furman CS, Dudek FE, Nagy JI (2001). Identification of cells expressing Cx43, Cx30, Cx26, Cx32 and Cx36 in gap junctions of rat brain and spinal cord. Cell Commun Adhes, 8(4-6), 315-20.
  121. Dudek FE (2001 Sep). Cortical Dysplasia and Epileptogenesis: Models and Mechanisms. Epilepsy Curr, 1(1), 15.
  122. Dudek FE (2001 Nov). Zinc and Epileptogenesis. Epilepsy Curr, 1(2), 66-70.
  123. Suter KJ, Song WJ, Sampson TL, Wuarin JP, Saunders JT, Dudek FE, Moenter SM (2000 Jan). Genetic targeting of green fluorescent protein to gonadotropin-releasing hormone neurons: characterization of whole-cell electrophysiological properties and morphology. Endocrinology, 141(1), 412-9.
  124. Smith BN, Banfield BW, Smeraski CA, Wilcox CL, Dudek FE, Enquist LW, Pickard GE (2000 Aug 1). Pseudorabies virus expressing enhanced green fluorescent protein: A tool for in vitro electrophysiological analysis of transsynaptically labeled neurons in identified central nervous system circuits. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 97(16), 9264-9.
  125. Jones MS, MacDonald KD, Choi B, Dudek FE, Barth DS (2000 Sep). Intracellular correlates of fast (>200 Hz) electrical oscillations in rat somatosensory cortex. J Neurophysiol, 84(3), 1505-18.
  126. Suter KJ, Wuarin JP, Smith BN, Dudek FE, Moenter SM (2000 Oct). Whole-cell recordings from preoptic/hypothalamic slices reveal burst firing in gonadotropin-releasing hormone neurons identified with green fluorescent protein in transgenic mice. Endocrinology, 141(10), 3731-6.
  127. Strecker GJ, Park WK, Dudek FE (1999 Jan). Zinc and flunitrazepam modulation of GABA-mediated currents in rat suprachiasmatic neurons. J Neurophysiol, 81(1), 184-91.
  128. Buckmaster PS, Dudek FE (1999 Feb). In vivo intracellular analysis of granule cell axon reorganization in epileptic rats. J Neurophysiol, 81(2), 712-21.
  129. Gribkoff VK, Pieschl RL, Wisialowski TA, Park WK, Strecker GJ, de Jeu MT, Pennartz CM, Dudek FE (1999 Apr). A reexamination of the role of GABA in the mammalian suprachiasmatic nucleus. J Biol Rhythms, 14(2), 126-30.
  130. Hellier JL, Dudek FE (1999 May). Spontaneous motor seizures of rats with kainate-induced epilepsy: effect of time of day and activity state. Epilepsy Res, 35(1), 47-57.
  131. Pickard GE, Smith BN, Belenky M, Rea MA, Dudek FE, Sollars PJ (1999 May 15). 5-HT1B receptor-mediated presynaptic inhibition of retinal input to the suprachiasmatic nucleus. J Neurosci, 19(10), 4034-45.
  132. Suter KJ, Smith BN, Dudek FE (1999 Jun). Electrophysiological recording from brain slices. Methods, 18(2), 86-90.
  133. Mitchell TW, Buckmaster PS, Hoover EA, Whalen LR, Dudek FE (1999 Sep 6). Neuron loss and axon reorganization in the dentate gyrus of cats infected with the feline immunodeficiency virus. J Comp Neurol, 411(4), 563-77.
  134. Patrylo PR, Schweitzer JS, Dudek FE (1999 Aug). Abnormal responses to perforant path stimulation in the dentate gyrus of slices from rats with kainate-induced epilepsy and mossy fiber reorganization. Epilepsy Res, 36(1), 31-42.
  135. Hellier JL, Patrylo PR, Dou P, Nett M, Rose GM, Dudek FE (1999 Nov 15). Assessment of inhibition and epileptiform activity in the septal dentate gyrus of freely behaving rats during the first week after kainate treatment. J Neurosci, 19(22), 10053-64.
  136. Smith BN, Dudek FE, Roper SN (1999 Nov). Synaptic responses of neurons in heterotopic gray matter in an animal model of cortical dysgenesis. Dev Neurosci, 21(3-5), 365-73.
  137. Smith BN, Choi BJ, Roper SN, Dudek FE (1999 Nov). Electrophysiological responses in vivo of hippocampal CA1 pyramidal neurons in an animal model of neuronal migration disorders. Dev Neurosci, 21(3-5), 374-84.
  138. Mitchell TW, Buckmaster PS, Hoover EA, Whalen LR, Dudek FE (1998 Jan 1). Axonal sprouting in hippocampus of cats infected with feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV). J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr Hum Retroviol, 17(1), 1-8.
  139. Patrylo PR, Dudek FE (1998 Jan). Physiological unmasking of new glutamatergic pathways in the dentate gyrus of hippocampal slices from kainate-induced epileptic rats. J Neurophysiol, 79(1), 418-29.
  140. Hellier JL, Patrylo PR, Buckmaster PS, Dudek FE (1998 Jun). Recurrent spontaneous motor seizures after repeated low-dose systemic treatment with kainate: assessment of a rat model of temporal lobe epilepsy. Epilepsy Res, 31(1), 73-84.
  141. Smith BN, Dou P, Barber WD, Dudek FE (1998 Oct 1). Vagally evoked synaptic currents in the immature rat nucleus tractus solitarii in an intact in vitro preparation. J Physiol, 512 ( Pt 1), 149-62.
  142. Smith BN, Dudek FE (1997 Jan 24). Enhanced population responses in the basolateral amygdala of kainate-treated, epileptic rats in vitro. Neurosci Lett, 222(1), 1-4.
  143. Buckmaster PS, Dudek FE (1997 May). Network properties of the dentate gyrus in epileptic rats with hilar neuron loss and granule cell axon reorganization. J Neurophysiol, 77(5), 2685-96.
  144. Buckmaster PS, Dudek FE (1997 Sep 1). Neuron loss, granule cell axon reorganization, and functional changes in the dentate gyrus of epileptic kainate-treated rats. J Comp Neurol, 385(3), 385-404.
  145. Strecker GJ, Wuarin JP, Dudek FE (1997 Oct). GABAA-mediated local synaptic pathways connect neurons in the rat suprachiasmatic nucleus. J Neurophysiol, 78(4), 2217-20.
  146. Rash JE, Duffy HS, Dudek FE, Bilhartz BL, Whalen LR, Yasumura T (1997 Nov 17). Grid-mapped freeze-fracture analysis of gap junctions in gray and white matter of adult rat central nervous system, with evidence for a "panglial syncytium" that is not coupled to neurons. J Comp Neurol, 388(2), 265-92.
  147. Tasker JG, Hoffman NW, Kim YI, Fisher RS, Peacock WJ, Dudek FE (1996 Feb). Electrical properties of neocortical neurons in slices from children with intractable epilepsy. J Neurophysiol, 75(2), 931-9.
  148. Wuarin JP, Dudek FE (1996 Jul 15). Electrographic seizures and new recurrent excitatory circuits in the dentate gyrus of hippocampal slices from kainate-treated epileptic rats. J Neurosci, 16(14), 4438-48.
  149. Patrylo PR, Kuhn AJ, Schweitzer JS, Dudek FE (1996 Sep). Multiple-unit recordings during slow field-potential shifts in low-[Ca2+]0 solutions in rat hippocampal and cortical slices. Neuroscience, 74(1), 107-18.
  150. Smith BN, Dudek FE (1996 Sep). Amino acid-mediated regulation of spontaneous synaptic activity patterns in the rat basolateral amygdala. J Neurophysiol, 76(3), 1958-67.
  151. Meier CL, Dudek FE (1996 Oct). Spontaneous and stimulation-induced synchronized burst afterdischarges in the isolated CA1 of kainate-treated rats. J Neurophysiol, 76(4), 2231-9.
  152. Bouskila Y, Dudek FE (1995 Jan 30). Can a population of suprachiasmatic nucleus neurons with different period lengths produce a stable circadian rhythm? Brain Res, 670(2), 333-6.
  153. Dudek FE, Wuarin JP, Tasker JG, Kim YI, Peacock WJ (1995 Jun). Neurophysiology of neocortical slices resected from children undergoing surgical treatment for epilepsy. J Neurosci Methods, 59(1), 49-58.
  154. Hassinger TD, Atkinson PB, Strecker GJ, Whalen LR, Dudek FE, Kossel AH, Kater SB (1995 Oct). Evidence for glutamate-mediated activation of hippocampal neurons by glial calcium waves. J Neurobiol, 28(2), 159-70.
  155. Bouskila Y, Dudek FE (1995 Oct 15). A rapidly activating type of outward rectifier K+ current and A-current in rat suprachiasmatic nucleus neurones. J Physiol, 488 ( Pt 2), 339-50.
  156. Coltman BW, Earley EM, Shahar A, Dudek FE, Ide CF (1995 Nov 13). Factors influencing mossy fiber collateral sprouting in organotypic slice cultures of neonatal mouse hippocampus. J Comp Neurol, 362(2), 209-22.
  157. Patrylo PR, Schweitzer JS, Dudek FE (1994 Jul). Potassium-dependent prolonged field bursts in the dentate gyrus: effects of extracellular calcium and amino acid receptor antagonists. Neuroscience, 61(1), 13-9.
  158. Hoffman NW, Kim YI, Gorski RA, Dudek FE (1994 Jul 15). Homogeneity of intracellular electrophysiological properties in different neuronal subtypes in medial preoptic slices containing the sexually dimorphic nucleus of the rat. J Comp Neurol, 345(3), 396-408.
  159. Strecker GJ, Jackson MB, Dudek FE (1994 Oct). Blockade of NMDA-activated channels by magnesium in the immature rat hippocampus. J Neurophysiol, 72(4), 1538-48.
  160. Hoffman NW, Wuarin JP, Dudek FE (1994 Oct 17). Whole-cell recordings of spontaneous synaptic currents in medial preoptic neurons from rat hypothalamic slices: mediation by amino acid neurotransmitters. Brain Res, 660(2), 349-52.
  161. Smith BN, Dudek FE (1994 Nov). Age-related epileptogenic effects of corticotropin-releasing hormone in the isolated CA1 region of rat hippocampal slices. J Neurophysiol, 72(5), 2328-33.
  162. Bouskila Y, Dudek FE (1993 Apr 15). Neuronal synchronization without calcium-dependent synaptic transmission in the hypothalamus. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 90(8), 3207-10.
  163. Kim YI, Dudek FE (1993 May). Membrane properties of rat suprachiasmatic nucleus neurons receiving optic nerve input. J Physiol, 464, 229-43.
  164. Wuarin JP, Dudek FE (1993 Jun). Patch-clamp analysis of spontaneous synaptic currents in supraoptic neuroendocrine cells of the rat hypothalamus. J Neurosci, 13(6), 2323-31.
  165. Kasai M, Tasker JG, Wuarin JP, Dudek FE (1993 Jun). Membrane properties of identified guinea-pig paraventricular neurons and their response to an opioid mu-receptor agonist: evidence for an increase in K+ conductance. J Neuroendocrinol, 5(3), 233-40.
  166. Roper SN, Obenaus A, Dudek FE (1993 Aug). Increased propensity for nonsynaptic epileptiform activity in immature rat hippocampus and dentate gyrus. J Neurophysiol, 70(2), 857-62.
  167. Tasker JG, Dudek FE (1993 Sep). Local inhibitory synaptic inputs to neurones of the paraventricular nucleus in slices of rat hypothalamus. J Physiol, 469, 179-92.
  168. Kim YI, Peacock WJ, Dudek FE (1993 Nov). Properties and synaptic mechanisms of bicuculline-induced epileptiform bursts in neocortical slices from children with intractable epilepsy. J Neurophysiol, 70(5), 1759-66.
  169. Wuarin JP, Peacock WJ, Dudek FE (1992 Jan). Single-electrode voltage-clamp analysis of the N-methyl-D-aspartate component of synaptic responses in neocortical slices from children with intractable epilepsy. J Neurophysiol, 67(1), 84-93.
  170. Roper SN, Obenaus A, Dudek FE (1992 Jan). Osmolality and nonsynaptic epileptiform bursts in rat CA1 and dentate gyrus. Ann Neurol, 31(1), 81-5.
  171. Cronin J, Obenaus A, Houser CR, Dudek FE (1992 Feb 28). Electrophysiology of dentate granule cells after kainate-induced synaptic reorganization of the mossy fibers. Brain Res, 573(2), 305-10.
  172. Tasker JG, Peacock WJ, Dudek FE (1992 Mar). Local synaptic circuits and epileptiform activity in slices of neocortex from children with intractable epilepsy. J Neurophysiol, 67(3), 496-507.
  173. Kim YI, Dudek FE (1992 Dec). Intracellular electrophysiological study of suprachiasmatic nucleus neurons in rodents: inhibitory synaptic mechanisms. J Physiol, 458, 247-60.
  174. Schweitzer JS, Patrylo PR, Dudek FE (1992 Dec). Prolonged field bursts in the dentate gyrus: dependence on low calcium, high potassium, and nonsynaptic mechanisms. J Neurophysiol, 68(6), 2016-25.
  175. Meier CL, Obenaus A, Dudek FE (1992 Dec). Persistent hyperexcitability in isolated hippocampal CA1 of kainate-lesioned rats. J Neurophysiol, 68(6), 2120-7.
  176. Dyball RE, Tasker JG, Wuarin JP, Dudek FE (1991 Aug 1). In vivo Intracellular Recording of Neurons in the Supraoptic Nucleus of the Rat Hypothalamus. J Neuroendocrinol, 3(4), 383-6.
  177. Dyball REJ, Tasker JG, Wuarin JP, Dudek FE (1991). In vivo intracellular recording of neurons in the supraoptic nucleus of the rat hypothalamus. J Neuroendocrinol, 3, 383-386.
  178. Tasker JG, Dudek FE (1991 Mar). Electrophysiological properties of neurones in the region of the paraventricular nucleus in slices of rat hypothalamus. J Physiol, 434, 271-93.
  179. Wuarin JP, Dudek FE (1991 Apr). Excitatory amino acid antagonists inhibit synaptic responses in the guinea pig hypothalamic paraventricular nucleus. J Neurophysiol, 65(4), 946-51.
  180. Hoffman NW, Tasker JG, Dudek FE (1991 May 15). Immunohistochemical differentiation of electrophysiologically defined neuronal populations in the region of the rat hypothalamic paraventricular nucleus. J Comp Neurol, 307(3), 405-16.
  181. Tasker JG, Hoffman NW, Dudek FE (1991 Jul). Comparison of three intracellular markers for combined electrophysiological, morphological and immunohistochemical analyses. J Neurosci Methods, 38(2-3), 129-43.
  182. Kim YI, Dudek FE (1991 Dec). Intracellular electrophysiological study of suprachiasmatic nucleus neurons in rodents: excitatory synaptic mechanisms. J Physiol, 444, 269-87.
  183. Wuarin JP, Dudek FE (1990). Direct effects of an opioid peptide selective for mu-receptors: intracellular recordings in the paraventricular and supraoptic nuclei of the guinea-pig. Neuroscience, 36(2), 291-8.
  184. Gribkoff VK, Dudek FE (1990 Jan). Effects of excitatory amino acid antagonists on synaptic responses of supraoptic neurons in slices of rat hypothalamus. J Neurophysiol, 63(1), 60-71.
  185. Wuarin JP, Kim YI, Cepeda C, Tasker JG, Walsh JP, Peacock WJ, Buchwald NA, Dudek FE (1990 Oct). Synaptic transmission in human neocortex removed for treatment of intractable epilepsy in children. Ann Neurol, 28(4), 503-11.
  186. van den Pol AN, Wuarin JP, Dudek FE (1990 Nov 30). Glutamate, the dominant excitatory transmitter in neuroendocrine regulation. Science, 250(4985), 1276-8.
  187. Dudek FE, Obenaus A, Tasker JG (1990 Dec 11). Osmolality-induced changes in extracellular volume alter epileptiform bursts independent of chemical synapses in the rat: importance of non-synaptic mechanisms in hippocampal epileptogenesis. Neurosci Lett, 120(2), 267-70.
  188. Christian EP, Dudek FE (1988 Jan). Electrophysiological evidence from glutamate microapplications for local excitatory circuits in the CA1 area of rat hippocampal slices. J Neurophysiol, 59(1), 110-23.
  189. Christian EP, Dudek FE (1988 Jan). Characteristics of local excitatory circuits studied with glutamate microapplication in the CA3 area of rat hippocampal slices. J Neurophysiol, 59(1), 90-109.
  190. Dudek FE, Gribkoff VK, Olson JE, Hertzberg EL (1988 Jan 26). Reduction of dye coupling in glial cultures by microinjection of antibodies against the liver gap junction polypeptide. Brain Res, 439(1-2), 275-80.
  191. Gribkoff VK, Dudek FE (1988 Feb 23). The effects of the excitatory amino acid antagonist kynurenic acid on synaptic transmission to supraoptic neuroendocrine cells. Brain Res, 442(1), 152-6.
  192. Gribkoff VK, Christian EP, Robinson JH, Deadwyler SA, Dudek FE (1988 Jul). Cholinergic excitation of supraoptic neurons in hypothalamic slices of rat. Neuropharmacology, 27(7), 721-7.
  193. Cronin J, Dudek FE (1988 Nov 22). Chronic seizures and collateral sprouting of dentate mossy fibers after kainic acid treatment in rats. Brain Res, 474(1), 181-4.
  194. Dudek FE, Ide CF, Tompkins R (1987 Mar). Unresponsive, a behavioral mutant in Xenopus laevis: electrophysiological studies of the neuromuscular system. J Neurobiol, 18(2), 237-43.
  195. Dudek FE, Gribkoff VK (1987 Jun). Synaptic activation of slow depolarization in rat supraoptic nucleus neurones in vitro. J Physiol, 387, 273-96.
  196. Riexinger KG, Petit TL, Dudek FE (1986 Fall). The effects of lead exposure on field potentials of CA3 pyramidal cells from mossy fiber stimulation in rat hippocampus. Neurotoxicology, 7(3), 35-45.
  197. Snow RW, Dudek FE (1986 Mar 5). Evidence for neuronal interactions by electrical field effects in the CA3 and dentate regions of rat hippocampal slices. Brain Res, 367(1-2), 292-5.
  198. Traub RD, Dudek FE, Taylor CP, Knowles WD (1985 Apr). Simulation of hippocampal afterdischarges synchronized by electrical interactions. Neuroscience, 14(4), 1033-8.
  199. Andrew RD, Dudek FE (1985 May 13). Spike broadening in magnocellular neuroendocrine cells of rat hypothalamic slices. Brain Res, 334(1), 176-9.
  200. Traub RD, Dudek FE, Snow RW, Knowles WD (1985 Aug). Computer simulations indicate that electrical field effects contribute to the shape of the epileptiform field potential. Neuroscience, 15(4), 947-58.
  201. Snow RW, Hasan Z, Dudek FE (1985 Sep). Effects of phenytoin on field bursts of rat hippocampal slices in low-calcium solutions. Neuropharmacology, 24(9), 915-7.
  202. Andrew RD, Dudek FE (1984 Mar). Analysis of intracellularly recorded phasic bursting by mammalian neuroendocrine cells. J Neurophysiol, 51(3), 552-66.
  203. Snow RW, Dudek FE (1984 Apr 30). Synchronous epileptiform bursts without chemical transmission in CA2, CA3 and dentate areas of the hippocampus. Brain Res, 298(2), 382-5.
  204. Taylor CP, Dudek FE (1984 Jul). Excitation of hippocampal pyramidal cells by an electrical field effect. J Neurophysiol, 52(1), 126-42.
  205. Taylor CP, Dudek FE (1984 Jul). Synchronization without active chemical synapses during hippocampal afterdischarges. J Neurophysiol, 52(1), 143-55.
  206. Andrew RD, Dudek FE (1984 Aug). Intrinsic inhibition in magnocellular neuroendocrine cells of rat hypothalamus. J Physiol, 353, 171-85.
  207. Snow RW, Dudek FE (1984 Dec 3). Electrical fields directly contribute to action potential synchronization during convulsant-induced epileptiform bursts. Brain Res, 323(1), 114-8.
  208. Snow RW, Taylor CP, Dudek FE (1983 Sep). Electrophysiological and optical changes in slices of rat hippocampus during spreading depression. J Neurophysiol, 50(3), 561-72.
  209. Andrew RD, Dudek FE (1983 Sep 9). Burst discharge in mammalian neuroendocrine cells involves an intrinsic regenerative mechanism. Science, 221(4615), 1050-2.
  210. Rothman BS, Weir G, Dudek FE (1983 Oct). Egg-laying hormone: direct action on the ovotestis of Aplysia. Gen Comp Endocrinol, 52(1), 134-41.
  211. MacVicar BA, Andrew RD, Dudek FE, Hatton GI (1982 Jan). Synaptic inputs and action potentials of magnocellular neuropeptidergic cells: intracellular recording and staining in slices of rat hypothalamus. Brain Res Bull, 8(1), 87-93.
  212. Andrew RD, Taylor CP, Snow RW, Dudek FE (1982 Feb). Coupling in rat hippocampal slices: dye transfer between CA1 pyramidal cells. Brain Res Bull, 8(2), 211-22.
  213. Taylor CP, Dudek FE (1982 Mar 11). A physiological test for electrotonic coupling between CA1 pyramidal cells in rat hippocampal slices. Brain Res, 235(2), 351-7.
  214. MacVicar BA, Dudek FE (1982 Apr). Electrotonic coupling between granule cells of rat dentate gyrus: physiological and anatomical evidence. J Neurophysiol, 47(4), 579-92.
  215. Dudek FE, Kossatz A (1982 Jul). Conduction velocity and spike duration during afterdischarge in neuroendocrine bag cells of Aplysia. J Neurobiol, 13(4), 319-26.
  216. Taylor CP, Dudek FE (1982 Nov 19). Synchronous neural afterdischarges in rat hippocampal slices without active chemical synapses. Science, 218(4574), 810-2.
  217. Andrew RD, MacVicar BA, Dudek FE, Hatton GI (1981 Mar 13). Dye transfer through gap junctions between neuroendocrine cells of rat hypothalamus. Science, 211(4487), 1187-9.
  218. MacVicar BA, Weir G, Riexinger K, Dudek FE (1981 May). Paradoxical effects of lithium on field potentials of dentate granule cells in slices of rat hippocampus. Neuropharmacology, 20(5), 489-96.
  219. Acosta-Urquidi J, Dudek FE (1981 Jul). Soma spike of neuroendocrine bag cells of Aplysia californica. J Neurobiol, 12(4), 367-78.
  220. MacVicar BA, Dudek FE (1981 Aug 14). Electrotonic coupling between pyramidal cells: a direct demonstration in rat hippocampal slices. Science, 213(4509), 782-5.
  221. Dudek FE, Injeyan H, Soutar B, Weir G, Tobe SS (1980). The ovotestis of Aplysia californica: anatomy and egg release. Can J Zool, 58, 2220 2229.
  222. Dudek FE, Soutar B, Tobe SS (1980). Reproduction in Aplysia californica: correlations between egg laying in vivo and egg release in vitro. Can J Zool, 58, 2163 2166.
  223. Dudek FE, Weir G, Acosta-Urquidi J, Tobe SS (1980 Feb). A secretion from neuroendocrine bag cells evokes egg release in vitro from ovotestis of Aplysia californica. Gen Comp Endocrinol, 40(2), 241-4.
  224. MacVicar BA, Dudek FE (1980 Feb 17). Local synaptic circuits in rat hippocampus: interactions between pyramidal cells. Brain Res, 184(1), 220-3.
  225. Dudek FE, Hatton GI, Macvicar BA (1980 Apr). Intracellular recordings from the paraventricular nucleus in slices of rat hypothalamus. J Physiol, 301, 101-14.
  226. MacVicar BA, Dudek FE (1980 Sep 8). Dye-coupling betwen CA3 pyramidal cells in slices of rat hippocampus. Brain Res, 196(2), 494-7.
  227. Dudek FE, Cobbs JS, Pinsker HM (1979 May). Bag cell electrical activity underlying spontaneous egg laying in freely behaving Aplysia brasiliana. J Neurophysiol, 42(3), 804-17.
  228. MacVicar BA, Dudek FE (1979 May 25). Intracellular recordings from hippocampal CA3 pyramidal cells during repetitive activation of the mossy fibers in vitro. Brain Res, 168(2), 377-81.
  229. Dudek FE, Tobe SS (1978 Dec). Bag cell peptide acts directly on ovotestis of Aplysia californica: basis for an in vitro bioassay. Gen Comp Endocrinol, 36(4), 618-27.
  230. Pinsker HM, Dudek FE (1977 Jul 29). Bag cell control of egg laying in freely behaving aplysia. Science, 197(4302), 490-3.
  231. Dudek FE, Blankenship JE (1977 Nov). Neuroendocrine cells of Aplysia brasiliana. I. Bag cell action potentials and afterdischarge. J Neurophysiol, 40(6), 1301-11.
  232. Dudek FE, Blankenship JE (1977 Nov). Neuroendocrine cells of Aplysia brasiliana. II. Bag cell prepotentials and potentiation. J Neurophysiol, 40(6), 1312-24.
  233. Dudek FE, Deadwyler SA, Cotman CW, Lynch G (1976 Mar). Intracellular responses from granule cell layer in slices of rat hippocampus: perforant path synapse. J Neurophysiol, 39(2), 384-93.
  234. Dudek FE, Blankenship JE (1976 Jun 4). Neuroendocrine (bag) cells of Aplysia: spike blockade and a mechanism for potentiation. Science, 192(4243), 1009-10.
  235. Witkovsky P, Dudek FE, Ripps H (1975 Feb). Slow PIII component of the carp electroretinogram. J Gen Physiol, 65(2), 119-34.
  236. Dudek FE (1975 Mar). The visual response from the compound eye of Oncopeltus fasciatus: effects of temperature and sensory adaptation. J Insect Physiol, 21(3), 517-28.
  237. Deadwyler SA, Dudek FE, Cotman CW, Lynch G (1975 Apr 25). Intracellular responses of rat dentate granule cells in vitro: posttetanic potentiation to perforant path stimulation. Brain Res, 88(1), 80-5.
  238. Dudek FE (1975 Aug 1). Analysis of "off" latency in insect photoreceptors. Comp Biochem Physiol A, 51(4), 845-7.
  239. Dudek FE, Koopowitz H (1973). Adaptation and temporal characteristics of the insect visual response. J Comp Physiol A Neuroethol Sens Neural Behav Physiol, 82(33), 46.

Review

  1. Galanopoulou AS, Kokaia M, Loeb JA, Nehlig A, Pitkanen A, Rogawski MA, Staley KJ, Whittemore VH, Dudek FE (2013 Aug). Epilepsy therapy development: technical and methodologic issues in studies with animal models. [Review]. Epilepsia, 54 Suppl 4, 13-23.
  2. Pitkanen A, Nehlig A, Brooks-Kayal AR, Dudek FE, Friedman D, Galanopoulou AS, Jensen FE, Kaminski RM, Kapur J, Klitgaard H, Loscher W, Mody I, Schmidt D (2013 Aug). Issues related to development of antiepileptogenic therapies. [Review]. Epilepsia, 54 Suppl 4, 35-43.
  3. Engel J Jr, Pitkanen A, Loeb JA, Dudek FE, Bertram EH 3rd, Cole AJ, Moshe SL, Wiebe S, Jensen FE, Mody I, Nehlig A, Vezzani A (2013 Aug). Epilepsy biomarkers. [Review]. Epilepsia, 54 Suppl 4, 61-9.
  4. Simonato M, Loscher W, Cole AJ, Dudek FE, Engel J Jr, Kaminski RM, Loeb JA, Scharfman H, Staley KJ, Velisek L, Klitgaard H (2012 Nov). Finding a better drug for epilepsy: preclinical screening strategies and experimental trial design. [Review]. Epilepsia, 53(11), 1860-7.
  5. Williams PA, Hellier JL, White AM, Staley KJ, Dudek FE (2007). Development of spontaneous seizures after experimental status epilepticus: implications for understanding epileptogenesis. [Review]. Epilepsia, 48 Suppl 5, 157-63.
  6. Staley K, Hellier JL, Dudek FE (2005 Aug). Do interictal spikes drive epileptogenesis? [Review]. Neuroscientist, 11(4), 272-6.
  7. Dudek FE, Shao LR (2003). Loss of GABAergic interneurons in seizure-induced epileptogenesis. [Review]. Epilepsy Curr, 3, 159-161.
  8. Dudek FE, Hellier JL, Williams PA, Ferraro DJ, Staley KJ (2002). The course of cellular alterations associated with the development of spontaneous seizures after status epilepticus. [Review]. Prog Brain Res, 135, 53-65.
  9. Dudek FE, Patrylo PR, Wuarin JP (1999). Mechanisms of neuronal synchronization during epileptiform activity. [Review]. Adv Neurol, 79, 699-708.
  10. Rash JE, Yasumura T, Dudek FE (1998 Nov). Ultrastructure, histological distribution, and freeze-fracture immunocytochemistry of gap junctions in rat brain and spinal cord. [Review]. Cell Biol Int, 22(11-12), 731-49.
  11. Dudek FE, Yasumura T, Rash JE (1998 Nov). 'Non-synaptic' mechanisms in seizures and epileptogenesis. [Review]. Cell Biol Int, 22(11-12), 793-805.
  12. Dudek FE, Spitz M (1997 Mar). Hypothetical mechanisms for the cellular and neurophysiologic basis of secondary epileptogenesis: proposed role of synaptic reorganization. [Review]. J Clin Neurophysiol, 14(2), 90-101.
  13. van den Pol AN, Strecker GJ, Dudek FE (1996). Excitatory and inhibitory amino acids and synaptic transmission in the suprachiasmatic nucleus. [Review]. Prog Brain Res, 111, 41-56.
  14. Dudek FE, Obenaus A, Schweitzer JS, Wuarin JP (1994 Jun). Functional significance of hippocampal plasticity in epileptic brain: electrophysiological changes of the dentate granule cells associated with mossy fiber sprouting. [Review]. Hippocampus, 4(3), 259-65.
  15. Dudek FE, Kim YI, Bouskila Y (1993). Electrophysiology of the suprachiasmatic nucleus: synaptic transmission, membrane properties, and neuronal synchronization. [Review]. J Biol Rhythms, 8 Suppl, S33-7.
  16. van den Pol AN, Dudek FE (1993 Oct). Cellular communication in the circadian clock, the suprachiasmatic nucleus. [Review]. Neuroscience, 56(4), 793-811.
  17. Tasker JG, Dudek FE (1991 Mar). Electrophysiology of GABA-mediated synaptic transmission and possible roles in epilepsy. [Review]. Neurochem Res, 16(3), 251-62.

Book Chapter

  1. Dudek FE, Staley KJ (2012). The Time Course and Circuit Mechanisms of Acquired EpileptogenesisBTI - Jasper's Basic Mechanisms of the Epilepsies. Bethesda (MD).
  2. Dudek FE, Sutula TP (). Epileptogenesis inthe dentate gyrus: a critical perspective. In H.E. Scharfman (Ed.), Progress in Brain Research (163, Ch. 41, pp. 755-773). Elsevier.
  3. Sutula TP, Dudek FE (). Unmasking recurrent excitation generated by mossy fiber sprouting in the epileptic dentate gyrus: an emergent property of a complex system. In H.E. Scharfman (Ed.), Progress in Brain Research (163, Ch. 29, pp. 541-563). Elsevier B.V.
  4. Dudek FE, Clark S, Grabenstatter HL (2006). Kainate-induced status epilepticus: A chronic model of acquired epilepsy. In Methods of Seizures and Epilepsy (pp. 415-432). Elsevier.
  5. Bouskila Y, Strecker J, Dudek FE (2001). Cellular mechanisms of circadian function in the SCN. In J.S. Takahashi, F.W. Turek, R.Y. Moore (Eds.), Handbook of Behavioral Neurobiology -- Circadian Clocks (pp. 401-432). New York, NY: Plenum.
  6. Dudek FE, Pouliot WA, Kuehl-Kovarik C, DeFazio RA, Partin KM, Handa RJ, Moenter SM (2001). Electrophysiological analysis of GnRH neurons using a transgenic mouse model. In R. Handa, S. Hayashi, E. Terasawa, M. Kawata (Eds.), Neuroplasticity, Development and Steroid Hormone Action (pp. 205-220). Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.
  7. Dudek FE, Wuarin JP, Smith BN, Hellier JL (2000). In vitro electrophysiological studies on the mechanisms of epileptogenesis using human and animal brain slices. In H.O. Luders, Y. Comair (Eds.), Epilepsy Surgery (pp. 927-934). New York, NY: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
  8. Bowman J, Dudek FE, Spitz M (1999). Epilepsy. In Utah Special Educator. London: Macmillan Reference Ltd.
  9. Dudek FE, Smith BN, Suter KJ, Wuarin JP (1999). Electrophysiology of hypothalamic neurons. In P.M. Conn and M.E. Freeman, Totawa, N.J (Eds.), Neuroendocrinology in Physiology and Medicine (pp. 527-539). Humana.
  10. Smith BN, Dudek FE (1998). Intracellular recording from hypothalamic cells that regulate neuroendocrine function. In L.D. Van de Kar (Ed.), Methods in Neuroendocrinology (pp. 95-113). Boca Raton: CRC Press.
  11. Dudek FE, Wuarin JP, Tucker A (1997). Neuronal death and subsequent synaptic reorganization: hypothetical mechanism for lesion-induced epilepsy. In J.T. Robertson, T.S. Nowak, Jr (Eds.), Frontiers in Cerebrovascular Disease: Mechanisms, Diagnosis, and Treatment (pp. 217-232). New York: Futura.
  12. van den Pol AN, Wuarin JP, Dudek FE (1995). Glutamate neurotransmission in the neuroendocrine hypothalamus. In V.B. Mahesh, D.W. Brann (Eds.), Excitatory Amino Acids: Their Role in Neuroendocrine Function (pp. 1-54). Boca Raton: CRC Press.
  13. Strecker JG, Bouskila Y, Dudek FE (1995). Physiological properties of suprachiasmatic neurons. In K. Siwicki (Ed.), Seminars in the Neurosciences (7, pp. 43-51).
  14. Wuarin JP, Dudek FE (1995). Neuromodulatory action of opioid peptides on hypothalamic neurons. In R.R. Watson, Totowa, N.J (Eds.), Alcohol and Hormones (pp. 295-305). Humana Press.
  15. Dudek FE, Tasker JG, Wuarin JP (1989). Intrinsic and synaptic mechanisms of hypothalamic neurons studied with slice and explant preparations. In J. Neurosci. Meth (28, pp. 59-69 ).
  16. Dudek FE, Traub RD (1989). Local synaptic and electrical interactions in hippocampus: experimental data and computer simulations. In W.O. Berry, J. Byrne (Eds.), Neural Models of Plasticity: Theoretical and Empirical Approaches (pp. 378-402). New York: Academic Press.
  17. Dudek FE, Gribkoff VK, Tasker JG (1988). Mechanisms of bursting in hippocampal neurons. In G. Leng (Ed.), Pulsatility in Neuroendocrine Systems (pp. 235-254). Boca Raton: CRC Press.
  18. Dudek FE, Gribkoff VK, Christian EP (1988). Mechanisms of potentiation independent of chemical synapses. In P.W. Landfield, S.A. Deadwyler, V. Chan Palay, S.L. Palay (Eds.), Long Term Potentiation: From Biophysics to Behavior (pp. 439-464). New York: Alan R. Liss.
  19. Dudek FE, Christian EP (1987). Inhibition, local excitatory interactions and synchronization of epileptiform activity in hippocampal slices. In C.E. Ribak (Ed.), Inhibition in the Brain (8, pp. 619-633).
  20. Traub RD, Wong RKS, Miles R, Dudek FE (1987). Cellular mechanisms of hypersynchronized bursts in vitro. In N. Chalazonitis, M. Gola (Eds.), Inactivation of Hypersensitive Neurons (pp. 157 162). New York: Alan R. Liss.
  21. Dudek FE, Christian EP (1987). Interactions among hippocampal neurons and synchronization leading to epileptiform bursts. In N. Chalazonitis, M. Gola (Eds.), Inactivation of Hypersensitive Neurons (pp. 147 156). New York: Alan R. Liss.
  22. Dudek FE, Gribkoff VK (1987). Intrinsic and synaptic factors controlling neuronal afterdischarges in the supraoptic nucleus. In C. Polosa, J. Ciriello, F.R. Calaresu, L.P. Renaud (Eds.), Organization of the Autonomic Nervous System: Central and Peripheral Mechanisms (pp. 377 386). New York: Alan R. Liss.
  23. Gribkoff VK, Dudek FE (1987). Selected examples of neuromodulation in the mammalian brain. In L.K. Kaczmarek, IB Levitan (Eds.), Neuromodulation (pp. 264 280). New York: Oxford.
  24. Dudek FE, Snow RW, Taylor CP (1986). Role of electrical interactions in synchronization of epileptiform bursts. In Delgado Escueta AV, Ward, Jr AA, Woodbury DM, Porter RJ (Eds.), Basic Mechanisms of the Epilepsies: Molecular and Cellular Approaches (44, pp. 593 617). New York: Raven.
  25. Dudek FE, Snow RW (1985). Electrical interactions and synchronization of cortical neurons: electrotonic coupling and electrical field effects. In M.V.L. Bennett, D.C. Spray (Eds.), Gap Junctions (pp. 325 336). Cold Spring Harbor: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.
  26. Andrew RD, Dudek FE, Dreifuss JJ, Hatton GI, Mason WT Poulain DA, Yamashita H (1985). In vitro studies of hypothalamic magnocellular neurones: a round table discussion. In H Kobayashi, H.A. Bern, A. Urano (Eds.), Neurosecretion and the Biology of Neuropeptides (pp. 247 266). Tokyo: Japan Scientific Societies Press.
  27. Dudek FE, Andrew RD (1985). Electrophysiological characteristics of paraventricular and supraoptic neurons. In R. W. Schrier (Ed.), Vasopressin (pp. 367 373). Raven: New York.
  28. Dudek FE, Andrew RD, MacVicar BA, Snow RW, Taylor CP (1983). Recent evidence for and possible significance of gap junctions and electrotonic synapses in the mammalian brain. In HH Jasper, NM van Gelder, V Chan Palay, SL Palay (Eds.), Basic Mechanisms of Neuronal Hyperexcitability (Neurology and Neurobiology, pp. 31 73). New York: Alan R Liss.
  29. Dudek FE, Andrew RD, MacVicar BA, Hatton GI (1982). Intracellular electrophysiology of mammalian peptidergic neurons in rat hypothalamic slices. In Fed. Proc (41, pp. 2953 2958).
  30. Dudek FE (1982). Membrane physiology of excitable molluscan cells: gastropod neurons. In RB Podesta (Ed.), Membrane Physiology of Invertebrates (pp. 443 493). New York: Marcel Dekker.
  31. Pinsker H, Dudek FE, Cobbs J (1978). Bag cell control of egg laying in Aplysia. In PJ Gaillard, HH Boer (Eds.), Proc. Eighth Int. Symp. on Comp. Endocrinol (pp. 313 316). Amsterdam: Elsevier North Holland .

Book Review

  1. Dudek FE (1985). Electrophysiology of Epilepsy. [Review of the book ]. Electrophysiology of Epilepsy, 12, 549 550.

Abstract

  1. Scholl E, Zayachkivsky A, Lehmkuhle M, Fisher J, Dudek FE, Ekstrand J (). Video-EEG monitoring of lithium pilocarpine-induced status epilepticus in postnatal day 7 rats using a novel miniature telemetry system [Abstract]. Epilepsia.
  2. Rossi C, Lehmkuhle M, Kesner R, Dudek FE (). Evidence that focal hippocampal interneuron lesions may contribute to epileptogenesis inthe mouse [Abstract]. Epilepsia.
  3. Zayachkivsky A, Lehmkuhle MJ, Fisher JH, Ekstrand JJ, Dudek FE (). Beta and gamma suppression in background EEG is a possible biomarker for neuronal death and early epileptogenesis after neonatal hypoxiaischemia [Abstract]. Epilepsia.
  4. Pouliot WA, Ricks K, Roach B, Nelson C, Dudek FE (). An ultra low-dose repeated kainate injection model of repetitive seizures and subsequent epileptogenesis [Abstract]. Epilepsia.
  5. Rossi CA, Lehmkuhle MJ, Dudek (). Evidence that focal interneuron lesions in the hippocampus may lead to a model of epileptongenesis in the mouse [Abstract]. Society of Neuroscience.
  6. Kadam SD, Markowitz GJ, Seok K-K, Comi AM, Dudek FE (). Quantitative video-EEG in a mouse model of neonatal ischemic-seiaures: age-dependent efficacy of phenobarbital [Abstract]. Epilepsia.
  7. Zayachkivsky A, Lehmkuhle M, Ekstrand J, Dudek FE (). Comparison of acute electrographic abnormalities in a reat model of hypoxia/hypoxia-ischemia [Abstract]. Epilepsia, 51(3), 57.
  8. Trandafir CC, Pouiot WA, Dudek FE (). Neuroprotective effect in rat hippocampus of cyclooxygenase-2 inhibitor and diazepam after pilocarpine-induced status epilepticus [Abstract]. Society of Neuroscience.
  9. Zayachkivsky A, Lehmkuhle MJ, Dudek FE (). Acute seizures in a rat model of perinatal hypoxia-ischemia [Abstract]. Epilepsia, 50(3), 140.
  10. Shao L-R, Dudek FE (). Measurement of paired-pulse suppression in relation to gabaergic inhibition in the dentate gyrus of rat hippocampal slices [Abstract].
  11. Thomson K, Shevon C, Emerson R, House P, Goodman R, McKhann G Jr, Dudek FE, Greger B (). Propagation direction of inter-ictal spikes recorded in human neocortex on a fixed-geometry micro-electrode array [Abstract].
  12. Pouliot W, Staley KJ, Dudek FE (). The effects of the cannabinoid-receptorantagonist SR-141716A on the development of spontaneous recurrent seizures after kainate-induced status epilepticus [Abstract]. Epilepsia.
  13. Thomson KE, House PA, Dudek FE, Greger B (). Propagation direction of inter-ictal spikes recorded in human neocortex on a fixed-geometry micro-electrode array [Abstract]. Society for Neuroscience.
  14. Pouliot W, Staley KJ, Dudek FE (). Quantitative analysis of the effects of the cannabinoid-receptor antagonist, SR 141716, on the development of spontaneous recurrent seizures after kainate-induced status epilepticus [Abstract]. Society for Neuroscience.
  15. Ekstrand, J, Pouliot, W, Scheerlinck, P, Trandafir, C and Dudek, FE (01/01/2008). Lithium pilocarpine-induced status epilepticus in the imature rat results in widespread neuronal injury in the ventral hippocampus, thalamus, and amygdala [Abstract]. Epilepsia, 48(3.274).
  16. Pouliot W, Scheerlinck P, Trandafir C, Ludlow K, Ricks K, Dudek FE (2008). The efficacy of propofol and pentobarbital in the treatment of pilocarpine-induced, benzodiazepine-resistant status epilepticus [Abstract]. Epilepsia, 48(3.081).
  17. Lehmkuhle MJ, Thomson KE, Scheerlinck P, Pouliot W, Greger B, Dudek FE (2008). A simple quantification method for analyzing electrographic status epilepticus in rats [Abstract]. Epilepsia, 48(3.074).
  18. Ali A, Bettadapura N, Dudek FE (2008). Preferential effect of carbamazepine on spontaneous convulsive versus nonconvulsive seizures: evidence for pharmacoresistance in rats with kainate-induced epilepsy [Abstract]. Epilepsia, 48(3.053).
  19. Shao LR, Dudek FE (2008). Triple whole-cell recording in hippocampal slices from rats with chronic epilepsy studied several months ater kainate-induced status epilepticus [Abstract]. Epilepsia, 48(3.038).
  20. Thomson KE, Lehmkuhle MJ, Scheerlinck P, Pouliot W, Dudek FE, Greger B (2008). EEG spectral changes following kainate treatment in rats [Abstract]. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr, 451.20, AA23.
  21. Grabenstatter HL, Clark S, Dudek FE (2006). Effects of intraperitoneal and oral carbamazepine on spontaneous seizures in rats with kainate-induced epilepsy [Abstract]. Epilepsia, 47, 4.048.
  22. Williams P, White A, Staley K, Dudek E (2006). Seizure progression and seizure clusters in a rodent model of temporal lobe epilepsy [Abstract]. Epilepsia, 47, 3.100.
  23. White AM, Williams PA, Hellier JL, Dudek FE (2006). EEG spectral changes following kainate treatment in rats [Abstract]. Epilepsia, 47, 4.113.
  24. Ali A, Dua Y, Dudek FE (2006). Effect of semi-chronic carbamazepine treatment on spontaneous seizures in rats with kainate-induced epilepsy: A drug-in-food method of AED administration [Abstract]. Epilepsia, 47, 4.022.
  25. Swiercz WB, Williams PA, Dudek FE, Staley KJ (2006). Estimating relationship between spontaneous bursting and network connectivity using computational model of CA3 [Abstract]. Epilepsia, 47, 4.022.
  26. Bramley JR, Dudek FE (2006). Comparison of phasic and tonic inhibition in the mouse suprachiasmatic nucleus [Abstract]. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr, 32, 362.8.
  27. Kononenko NI, Dudek FE (2006). Are subthreshold voltage-dependent cation (SVC) channels in rat suprachiasmatic nucleus neurons cyclic nucleotide-gated (CNG) channels? [Abstract]. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr, 32, 334.18.
  28. Shao L, Dudek FE (2006). Evidence that NMDA receptors, but not metabotropic glutamate receptors, are involved in seizure-induced spreading depression-like events in hippocampal CA3 minislices from immature rats [Abstract]. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr, 32, 236.9.
  29. White AM, Hellier JL, Williams P, Dudek FE, Staley KJ (2006). The prognostic value of interictal spikes after brain injury [Abstract]. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr, 32, 279.5.
  30. Waldbaum S, Dudek FE (2006). Increased paired-pulse suppression after low-dose application of the selective GABAA receptor antagonist SR-95532, GABAzine: The paired-pulse technique can provide misleading evidence for "hyperinhibition" when GABAA-mediated inhibition is decreased [Abstract]. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr, 32, 794.18.
  31. Kadam SD, White AM, Williams PA, Staley KJ, Dudek FE (2005). Investigation of cortical epileptogenesis in the perinatal hypoxic-ischemic (HI) rat model with chronic video-telemetry [Abstract]. Epilepsia, 46, 2.021.
  32. Dzhala VI, Hellier JL, Dudek FE, Staley KJ (2005). Differential actions of GABA in animal model of chronic epilepsy [Abstract]. Epilepsia, 46, 2.025.
  33. Shao L-R, Dudek FE (2005). Perforant path repetitive stimulation at 5 Hz induces epileptiform burst activity in minislices of dentate gyrus from rats with kainate-induced epilepsy [Abstract]. Epilepsia, 46, 2.095.
  34. Williams PA, White A, Clark S, Ferraro DJ, Staley K, Dudek FE (2005). Electrographic recording of seizure progression during epileptogenesis: Use of radiotelemetry and semi-automated seizure detection in rats with kainate-induced epilepsy [Abstract]. Epilepsia, 46, 2:112.
  35. White AM, Williams PA, Clark S, Ferraro DJ, Dudek FE, Staley KJ (2005). Variation in seizure number and duration in kainate-treated rats [Abstract]. Epilepsia, 46, 3:087.
  36. Fawley JA, Pouliot W, Dudek F (2005). The efects of pilocarpine-induced status epilepticus and tempral lobe epilepsy on the GNRH neuronal network in a GNRH-EGFP transgenic mouse [Abstract]. Soc Neurosci Abstr, 31:1015.21.
  37. Pouliot W, Dudek E (2005). The role of electrical coupling in synchronizing the neuronal network of the suprachiamatic nucleus [Abstract]. Soc Neurosci Abstr, 31:970.21.
  38. Shao LR, Dudek FE (2005). Susceptibility for AMPA/kainate receptor-mediated synchronous network bursts is enhanced in the developing hippocampus [Abstract]. Soc Neurosci Abstr, 31:969.7.
  39. Kononenko NI, Dudek FE (2005). Persistent calcium current in rat suprachiasmatic nucleus neurons [Abstract]. Soc Neurosci Abstr, 31:845.12.
  40. Kadam SD, Shao L, Dudek FE (2005). In vitro cortical studies in a rat model of perinatal hypoxia -- ischemia with spontaneous convulsive seizures [Abstract]. Soc Neurosci Abstr, 31:668.5.
  41. Bramley JR, Pickard GE, Dudek FE (2005). The effect of bilateral enucleation on the frequency of excitatory postsynaptic currents (EPSCS) in the rat suprachiasmatic nucleus [Abstract]. Soc Neurosci Abstr, 31:312.4.
  42. Waldbaum S, Dudek F (2005). Parametric assessment of the consistency of the paired-plus protocol for studying hippocampal inhibition and hyperexcitability [Abstract]. Soc Neurosci Abstr, 31:276.12.
  43. Grabenstatter HL, Ranu E, Dudek F (2005). Differential effects of carbamazepine on convulsive versus nonconvulsive seiures studied with video EEG in rats with kainate-induced epilepsy [Abstract]. Soc Neurosci Abstr, 31:94.8.
  44. White AM, Clark S, Williams PA, Ferraro DJ, Dudek FE, Staley KJ (2004). Relationship between frequency of interictal spikes and spontaneous recurrent seizures in an animal model of temporal lobe epilepsy [Abstract]. Epilepsia, 45, 1.108.
  45. Bramley JR, Pickard GE, Sollars PJ, Dudek FE (2004). The 5HT1B receptor agonist, CP-93,129, inhibits presynaptic GABA release in the suprachiasmatic nucleus [Abstract]. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr, 30, 195.2.
  46. Clark C, Williams PA, White AM, Ferraro DJ, Staley KJ, Dudek FE (2004). Temporal relationship between motor and electrographic seizures in a kainic acid model of chronic epilepsy [Abstract]. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr, 30, 452:3.
  47. Grabenstatter HL, Dudek FE (2004). The use of chronic models in antiepileptic drug discovery: the effect of RWJ-333369 on spontaneous motor seizures in rats with kainate-induced epilepsy [Abstract]. Epilepsia, 45, 2.016.
  48. Williams PA, White AM, Ferraro DJ, Dou P, Clark S, Staley KJ, Dudek FE (2004). Analysis of the relationship between the severity of chemoconvulsive status epilepticus and electrographic and anatomic markers of seizure progression in the kainate model of temporal lobe epilepsy [Abstract]. Epilepsia, 45, 1.109.
  49. Rash JE, Yasumura T, Davidson KGV, Furman CS, Royer S, Nagy JI, Dudek FE (2003). Connexin-36 (CX36) but not CX26, CX29, CS30, CS32, CX43 or CX47 in neuronal gap junctions of adult rat hippocampus [Abstract]. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr, 29, 10.6.
  50. Kononenko NI, Shao LR, Dudek FE (2003). Persistent sodium current in rat suprachiasmatic nucleus neurons [Abstract]. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr, 29, 164.4.
  51. Kadam SD, Williams PA, Dudek FE (2003). Modified Levine's method in the P7 rat pup causes a lesion similar to the hypoxic encephalopathy-induced parasagittal injury of human neonates [Abstract]. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr, 29, 211.5.
  52. Bramley JR, Pickard GE, Dudek FE (2003). Analysis of the 5HT1B receptor agonist, TFMPP, on miniature IPSCs in SCN neurons [Abstract]. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr, 29, 803.19.
  53. Fawley JA, Pouliot WA, Dudek FE (2003). Development of a model of epilepsy in a GnRH-eGFP transgenic mouse [Abstract]. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr, 29, 211.13.
  54. Williams PA, Dudek FE (2003). Epileptiform activity in septal and temporal hippocampal slices in the kainate model of temporal lobe epilepsy [Abstract]. Epilepsia, 44, 2.081.
  55. Ferraro DJ, Williams PA, Dou P, Staley KJ, Dudek FE (2003). Induction of electrographic status epilepticus without convulsive seizures during repeated low-dose injections of kainate: continuous EEG and intrahippocampal recording with radiotelemetry [Abstract]. Epilepsia, 44, 2.068.
  56. Dudek FE, Williams PA, Hellier JL, Ferraro DJ, Staley KJ (2003). Interictal and ictal activity during early epileptogenesis detected using continuous monitoring [Abstract]. Epilepsia, 44, 2.067.
  57. Shao LR, Dudek FE (2003). Short- and long-term alteration of GABA-mediated inhibition of dentate granule cells after kainate-induced status epilepticus [Abstract]. Epilepsia, 44, 1.064.
  58. Grabenstatter HL, Ferraro DJ, Williams PA, Dudek FE (2003). The effect of topiramate on the frequency of spontaneous motor seizures in rats with kainate-induced epilepsy [Abstract]. Epilepsia, 44, 2.130.
  59. Rash JE, Yasumura T, Davidson KGV, Furman CS, Nagy JI, Dudek FE (2002). Freeze-fracture replica immunogold labeling (FRIL) reveals connexin-36 (CX36), but not CX26, CX30, CX32, or CX43 in neuronal gap junctions of adult rat suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN) [Abstract]. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr, 28, 749.11.
  60. Dou P, Williams PA, Ferraro DJ, Dudek FE (2002). Does hypothermia account for the attenuated effects of kainate-induced status epilepticus in perinatal rats? [Abstract]. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr, 28, 599.2.
  61. Kuehl-Kovarik MC, Pouliot WA, Partin KM, Handa RJ, Dudek FE (2002). Characterization of depolarizing afterpotentials in GnRH eGFP neurons isolated from ovariectomized female mice [Abstract]. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr, 28, 770.9.
  62. Panchapakesan K, Fails AD, Wiliams PA, Sandau U, Dudek FE, Partin KM (2002). Alterations in expression of AMPA receptors in a rat model of stroke [Abstract]. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr, 28, 539.2.
  63. Pouliot WA, Handa RJ, Dudek FE (2002). Norepinephrine modulates GABAA-receptor-mediated spontaneous post-synaptic currents recorded from GnRH neurons in a transgenic mouse model [Abstract]. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr, 28, 770.11.
  64. Kononenko NI, Dudek FE (2002). Stationary potential-dependent TTX-resistant single channels underlying spontaneous firing of SCN neurons [Abstract]. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr, 28, 834.5.
  65. Shao LR, Dou P, Ferraro DJ, Dudek FE (2002). Associated enhancement of excitatory synaptic activity, increase of connectivity in the hippocampal CA1, and recurrent seizures in rats with kainate-induced epilepsy [Abstract]. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr, 28, 414.3.
  66. Dudek FE, Shao LR (2002). Spontaneous and miniature inhibitory postsynaptic currents in the hippocampus in kainate-treated rat model of temporal lobe epilepsy [Abstract]. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr, 28, 601.2.
  67. Shao LR, Dudek FE (2002). Electrophysiological evidence of formation of new local excitatory circuits among CA1 pyramidal neurons in the kainate model of epilepsy [Abstract]. Epilepsia, 43, 2.015.
  68. Dudek FE, Shao LR (2002). Inhibitory postsynaptic currents (IPSCs) of hippocampal neurons in rats with kainate-induced epilepsy [Abstract]. Epilepsia, 43, 2.033.
  69. Dudek FE, Shao LR (2001). Local excitatory circuits in rat hippocampus studied with flash photolysis of caged glutamate [Abstract]. Epilepsia, 42, 2.011.
  70. Shao LR, Dudek FE (2001). Recurrent excitation and epileptiform activity in the hippocampal CA3 and CA1 subregions of immature and mature rats [Abstract]. Epilepsia, 42, 2.016.
  71. Williams PA, Dou P, Dudek FE (2001). Synaptic reorganization in the hippocampus in a perinatal rat model of hypoxia-ischemia [Abstract]. Epilepsia, 42, 301.4.
  72. Pouliot WA, Handa RJ, Dudek FE (2001). Spontaneous synaptic currents recorded from GnRH-EGFP labeled neurons from a transgenic mouse [Abstract]. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr, 27(630), 11.
  73. Dudek FE, Shao LR (2001). Local excitatory circuits in rat hippocampus studied with flash photolysis of caged glutamate [Abstract]. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr, 27(559), 7.
  74. Shao LR, Dudek FE (2001). Recurrent excitation and epileptiform activity in the hippocampal CA3 and CA1 subregions of immature and mature rats [Abstract]. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr, 27(559), 8.
  75. Kuehl-Kovarik MC, Pouliot WA, Handa RJ, Partin KM, Dudek FE (2001). Spontaneous activity and response to glutamate in isolated EFGP-labelled GnRH neurons from juvenile transgenic mice [Abstract]. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr, 27(731), 12.
  76. Kononenko NI, Kuehl-Kovarik MC, Partin KM, Dudek FE (2001). Cellular mechanisms of repetitive firing in suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN) neurons [Abstract]. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr, 27(#182), 16.
  77. Williams PA, Dou P, Dudek FE (2001). Synaptic reorganization in the hippocampus in a perinatal rat model of hypoxia-ischemia [Abstract]. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr, 27(#557), 10.
  78. Hellier JL, Patrylo PR, Dou P, Rose GM, Staley KJ, Dudek FE (2000). Analysis of interictal-to-ictal transition in the dentate gyrus: evidence for "break down of the dentate gate." [Abstract]. Epilepsia, 41, 44.
  79. Hernandez E, Williams PA, Hellier JL, Dudek FE (2000). Effects of fluoxetine and TFMPP on the spontaneous seizure rate in the pilocarpine model of temporal lobe epilepsy [Abstract]. Epilepsia, 41, 17.
  80. Ferraro DJ, Williams PA, Dudek FE (2000). A stereologic evaluation of hippocampal neuron loss in the kainate and pilocarpine models of temporal lobe epilepsy [Abstract]. Epilepsia, 41, 9.
  81. Williams PA, Wuarin JP, Dou P, Ferraro DJ, Dudek FE (2000). Reassessment of the effect of cyclohexamide in the pilocarpine model of temporal lobe epilepsy [Abstract]. Epilepsia, 41, 76.
  82. Rash JE, Yasumura T, Furman CS, Ottersen OP, Pereda A, Dudek FE, Whalen LR, Staines WA, Nagy JI (2000). Excitatory mixed synapses in goldfish and rat: freeze-fracture replica immunogold labeling of glutamate receptor NR1 and connexin36 [Abstract]. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr, 26, 1390.
  83. Hellier JL, Patrylo PR, Dou P, Rose GM, Staley KJ, Dudek FE (2000). Analysis of interictal-to-ictal transition in the dentate gyrus: evidence for "break down of the dentate gate." [Abstract]. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr, 26, 225.
  84. Williams PA, Wuarin JP, Dou P, Ferraro DJ, Dudek FE (2000). Reassessment of the effect of cyclohexamide in the pilocarpine model of temporal lobe epilepsy [Abstract]. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr, 26, 1776.
  85. Suter KJ, Wuarin JP, Dudek FE, Moenter SM (2000). Plasticity in the functional synaptic input of GnRH neurons at puberty [Abstract]. Endocrinology, 141S, 88.
  86. Moenter SM, Suter KJ, Wuarin JP, Smith BN, Dudek FE (2000). Using green fluorescent protein to identify GnRH neurons for in vivo study in transgenic mice [Abstract]. Endocrinology, 87.
  87. Williams PA, Dou P, Dudek FE (1999). Neuronal loss and synaptic reorganization in a juvenile rat model of hypoxia-ischemia [Abstract]. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr, 25, 2105.
  88. Rash JE, Yasumura T, Dudek FE, Nagy JI (1999). Oligodendrocytes have gap junctions almost exclusively with astrocytes: direct demonstration by freeze-fracture immunogold labeling of connexins Cx43, Cx30, Cx32, and Cx45 [Abstract]. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr, 25, 1506.
  89. Pickard GE, Smith BN, Dudek FE, Sollars PJ (1999). Serotonergic modulation of retinal input to the suprachiasmatic nucleus(SCN) [Abstract]. Soc. Neurosci Abstr, 25, 1133.
  90. Hellier JL, Patrylo PR, Dou P, Nett M, Rose GM, Dudek FE (1999). Assessment of dentate inhibition and epileptiform activity in freely-behaving rats during the first week after kainate treatment [Abstract]. Soc. Neurosci. Abstr, 25, 1111.

Other

  1. Stables JP, Bertram E, Dudek FE, Holmes G, Mathern G, Pitkanen A, White HS (2003 Dec). Therapy discovery for pharmacoresistant epilepsy and for disease-modifying therapeutics: summary of the NIH/NINDS/AES models II workshop. Epilepsia (44(12), pp. 1472-8). United States.
  2. Dudek FE, Wuarin JP, Kim YI (1989). Evidence that excitatory amino acids mediate fast synaptic transmission in the hypothalamus. Biomed. Res (10(Supp. 3), pp. 13-20).