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Professor Mark Cunningham
Dr Mark Baker
Electrodiagnostic applications of somatosensory evoked high-frequency EEG oscillations: Technical considerations2018
Professor Mark Cunningham
Dr Ian Schofield
Dr Alistair Jenkins
Professor Miles Whittington
Enhanced interlaminar excitation or reduced superficial layer inhibition in neocortex generates different spike-and-wave-like electrographic events in vitro2018
Dr Reza Ramezani
Dr Yan Liu
Hubin Zhao
Dimitrios Firfilionis
Dr Anupam Hazra
et al.
On-Probe Neural Interface ASIC for Combined Electrical Recording and Optogenetic Stimulation2018
Dr Rachel Rowell
Ashan Jayasekera
Professor Mark Cunningham
Review: Molecular characteristics of long-term epilepsy-associated tumours (LEATs) and mechanisms for tumour-related epilepsy (TRE)2018
Dr Pradeep Dheerendra
Joseph Crutwell
Professor Mark Cunningham
Dr Tom Smulders
In vitro characterization of gamma oscillations in the hippocampal formation of the domestic chick2017
Professor Mark Cunningham
GABAB receptor modulation - to B or not to be B a pro-cognitive medicine?2017
Dr Ingrid Ehrmann
Caroline Dalgliesh
Dr Yaobo Xu
Dr Marina Danilenko
Marie Maclennan
et al.
A SLM2 Feedback Pathway Controls Cortical Network Activity and Mouse Behavior2016
Dr Nichola Lax
Dr John Grady
Dr Alex Laude
Felix Chan
Philippa Hepplewhite
et al.
Extensive respiratory chain defects in inhibitory interneurones in patients with mitochondrial disease2016
Anderson Brito Da Silva
Professor Roger Whittaker
Professor Mark Cunningham
Human brain slices for epilepsy research: Pitfalls, solutions and future challenges2016
Felix Chan
Dr Nichola Lax
Emeritus Professor Doug Turnbull
Professor Mark Cunningham
Neuronal oscillations: a physiological correlate for targeting mitochondrial dysfunction in neurodegenerative diseases?2016
Professor Roger Whittaker
Professor Grainne Gorman
Dr Andrew Schaefer
Professor Rita Horvath
Dr Yi Ng
et al.
Epilepsy in Adults With Mitochondrial Disease: A Cohort Study2015
Professor Mark Cunningham
Ontogeny of kainate-induced gamma oscillations in the rat CA3 hippocampus in vitro2015
Dr Hannah Alfonsa
Dr Edward Merricks
Neela Codadu
Professor Mark Cunningham
Dr Claudia Racca
et al.
The Contribution of Raised Intraneuronal Chloride to Epileptic Network Activity2015
Dr Richard Tomsett
Matthew Ainsworth
Professor Alexander Thiele
Mehdi Sanayei
Dr Xing Chen
et al.
Virtual Electrode Recording Tool for EXtracellular potentials (VERTEX): comparing multi-electrode recordings from simulated and biological mammalian cortical tissue2015
Dr Alistair Jenkins
Professor Roger Whittaker
Dr Ian Schofield
Dr Gavin Clowry
Professor Mark Cunningham
et al.
Gap junction networks can generate both ripple-like and fast ripple-like oscillations2014
Christopher Cowie
Professor Mark Cunningham
Peritumoral epilepsy: Relating form and function for surgical success2014
Professor Mark Cunningham
Professor Miles Whittington
What Is a Seizure Network? Very Fast Oscillations at the Interface Between Normal and Epileptic Brain2014
Professor Mark Cunningham
Professor Miles Whittington
What is a seizure network? Very fast oscillations at the interface between normal and epileptic brain2014
Lucy Carracedo
Henrik Kjeldsen
Dr Alistair Jenkins
Dr Ian Schofield
Professor Mark Cunningham
et al.
A Neocortical Delta Rhythm Facilitates Reciprocal Interlaminar Interactions via Nested Theta Rhythms2013
Dr Will Sedley
Professor Mark Cunningham
Do cortical gamma oscillations promote or suppress perception? An under-asked question with an over-assumed answer2013
Dr Sally Preston
Dr Patrick Keown
Dr Iain McKinnon
Dr Mark Baker
Dr Yvonne Hart
et al.
A pilot study of anti-NMDA receptor antibodies in psychosis2012
Anais Thouin
Professor Mark Cunningham
Anti-NMDA receptor antibodies disrupt cortical network activity in vitro2012
Professor Mark Cunningham
Dr Anita Roopun
Dr Ian Schofield
Professor Roger Whittaker
Dr Alistair Jenkins
et al.
Glissandi: transient fast electrocorticographic oscillations of steadily increasing frequency, explained by temporally increasing gap junction conductance2012
Matthew Ainsworth
Professor Mark Cunningham
Professor Miles Whittington
Rates and Rhythms: A Synergistic View of Frequency and Temporal Coding in Neuronal Networks2012
Professor Mark Cunningham
Professor Miles Whittington
Chemical synaptic and gap junctional interactions between principal neurons: Partners in epileptogenesis2011
Matthew Ainsworth
Professor Mark Cunningham
Dr Anita Roopun
Professor Miles Whittington
Dual Gamma Rhythm Generators Control Interlaminar Synchrony in Auditory Cortex2011
Professor Miles Whittington
Professor Mark Cunningham
Fast oscillatory activity induced by kainate receptor activation in the rat basolateral amygdala in vitro2011
Professor Roger Whittaker
Emeritus Professor Doug Turnbull
Professor Miles Whittington
Professor Mark Cunningham
Impaired mitochondrial function abolishes gamma oscillations in the hippocampus through an effect on fast-spiking interneurons2011
Professor Mark Cunningham
Professor Patrick Chinnery
Mitochondria and cortical gamma oscillations: food for thought?2011
Professor Miles Whittington
Professor Mark Cunningham
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Dr Claudia Racca
Multiple origins of the cortical gamma rhythm2011
Professor Mark Cunningham
The role of glutamate in cortical gamma oscillatory behaviour: Translational approaches in vitro2011
Dr Anita Roopun
Dr Jennifer Simonotto
Dr Michelle Pierce
Dr Alistair Jenkins
Dr Ian Schofield
et al.
A nonsynaptic mechanism underlying interictal discharges in human epileptic neocortex2010
Dr Anita Roopun
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Professor Mark Cunningham
Professor Miles Whittington
Cholinergic neuromodulation controls directed temporal communication in neocortex in vitro2010
Professor Miles Whittington
Professor Mark Cunningham
Epileptic fast oscillations and synchrony in vitro2010
Professor Mark Cunningham
Professor Miles Whittington
Spatiotemporal patterns of electrocorticographic very fast oscillations (> 80 Hz) consistent with a network model based on electrical coupling between principal neurons2010
Dr Anita Roopun
Dr Jennifer Simonotto
Dr Michelle Pierce
Dr Alistair Jenkins
Dr Ian Schofield
et al.
A non-synaptic mechanism underlying interictal discharges in human epileptic neocortex2009
Dr Michelle Pierce
Dr Anita Roopun
Dr Alistair Jenkins
Dr Ian Schofield
Professor Miles Whittington
et al.
Characterisation of very fast oscillations (VFOs) in human frontal cortical slices in vitro2009
Dr Anita Roopun
Professor Mark Cunningham
Professor Roger Whittaker
Professor Andrew Trevelyan
Dr Andrew Russell
et al.
Detecting seizure origin using basic, multiscale population dynamic measures: Preliminary findings2009
Dr Michelle Pierce
Professor Miles Whittington
Professor Mark Cunningham
Transient cortical gamma oscillations: a role for GluK1-containing kainate receptors2009
Dr Michelle Pierce
Professor Miles Whittington
Professor Mark Cunningham
Transient cortical gamma oscillations: a role for GluK1-containing kainate receptors2009
Professor Mark Cunningham
Professor Miles Whittington
Fast oscillations in activated neocortical brain slices: An in vitro continuation of the pioneering in vivo studies of Mircea Steriade and colleagues2008
Dr Steven Middleton
Dr Claudia Racca
Professor Mark Cunningham
Professor Thomas Knopfel
Dr Ian Schofield
et al.
High-Frequency Network Oscillations in Cerebellar Cortex2008
Dr Steven Middleton
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Dr Anita Roopun
Professor Miles Whittington
Professor Mark Cunningham
et al.
NMDA receptor-dependent switching between different gamma rhythm-generating microcircuits in entorhinal cortex2008
Dr Anita Roopun
Professor Mark Cunningham
Dr Claudia Racca
Dr Kai Alter
Professor Miles Whittington
et al.
Region-specific changes in gamma and beta2 rhythms in NMDA receptor dysfunction models of schizophrenia2008
Professor Mark Cunningham
The role of GLUK5-containing kainate receptors in entorhinal cortex gamma frequency oscillations2008
Dr Claudia Racca
Professor Mark Cunningham
Professor Miles Whittington
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Impairment of hippocampal gamma (γ)-frequency oscillations in vitro in mice overexpressing human amyloid precursor protein (APP)2007
Professor Mark Cunningham
Dr Steven Middleton
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Professor Miles Whittington
Recruitment of Parvalbumin-Positive Interneurons Determines Hippocampal Function and Associated Behavior2007
Dr Anita Roopun
Dr Steven Middleton
Professor Mark Cunningham
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Professor Miles Whittington
et al.
A beta2-frequency (20-30 Hz) oscillation in nonsynaptic networks of somatosensory cortex2006
Professor Mark Cunningham
Professor Miles Whittington
Low-dimensional maps encoding dynamics in entorhinal cortex and hippocampus2006
Professor Mark Cunningham
Dr Claudia Racca
Professor Miles Whittington
Neuronal metabolism governs cortical network response state2006
Professor Mark Cunningham
Judith Hunt
Dr Steven Middleton
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Professor Miles Whittington
et al.
Region-specific reduction in entorhinal gamma oscillations and parvalbumin-immunoreactive neurons in animal models of psychiatric illness2006
Dr Claudia Racca
Professor Mark Cunningham
Judith Hunt
Dr Steven Middleton
Dr Fiona LeBeau
et al.
Region-specific reduction in entorhinal gamma oscillations and parvalbumin-immunoreactive neurons in animal models of psychiatric illness2006
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Professor Mark Cunningham
Professor Miles Whittington
Persistent gamma oscillations in superficial layers of rat auditory neocortex: experiment and model2005
Professor Mark Cunningham
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Dr Anita Roopun
Professor Miles Whittington
Single-Column Thalamocortical Network Model Exhibiting Gamma Oscillations, Sleep Spindles, and Epileptogenic Bursts2005
Professor Mark Cunningham
Professor Miles Whittington
Dr Anita Roopun
Dr Fiona LeBeau
A role for fast rhythmic bursting neurons in cortical gamma oscillations in vitro2004
Professor Mark Cunningham
Professor Miles Whittington
Coexistence of gamma and high-frequency oscillations in rat medial entorhinal cortex in vitro2004
Professor Mark Cunningham
Dual effects of gabapentin and pregabalin on glutamate release at rat entorhinal synapses in vitro2004
Professor Mark Cunningham
Dr Fiona LeBeau
Professor Miles Whittington
GABA-enhanced collective behavior in neuronal axons underlies persistent gamma-frequency oscillations2003
Professor Mark Cunningham
Professor Miles Whittington
Gamma Oscillations Induced by Kainate Receptor Activation in the Entorhinal Cortex In Vitro2003
Professor Mark Cunningham
Valproate modifies spontaneous excitation and inhibition at cortical synapses in vitro2003