Journal articles published by Prof. David Henshall in 2015

Below are the publications by Prof. David Henshall from throughout 2015, in APA format. Where available, links are provided to either the PubMed reference or the published article below. 

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Research published by Prof. David Henshall in 2015

  • Brennan, G. P., Jimenez-Mateos, E. M., Sanz-Rodriguez, A., Mooney, C. M., Tzivion, G., Henshall, D. C., & Engel, T. (2015). Overexpression of 14-3-3ζ Increases Brain Levels of C/EBP Homologous Protein CHOP. Journal of Molecular Neuroscience56(2), 255-262.
  • Henshall, D. C., & Engel, T. (2015). P2X purinoceptors as a link between hyperexcitability and neuroinflammation in status epilepticus. Epilepsy & Behavior49, 8-12.
  • Jimenez-Mateos, E. M., Engel, T., Merino-Serrais, P., Fernaud-Espinosa, I., Rodriguez-Alvarez, N., Reynolds, J., ... & Henshall, D. C. (2015). Antagomirs targeting microRNA-134 increase hippocampal pyramidal neuron spine volume in vivo and protect against pilocarpine-induced status epilepticus. Brain Structure and Function220(4), 2387-2399.
  • Jurado-Arjona, J., Goñi-Oliver, P., Rodríguez-Prada, L., Engel, T., Henshall, D. C., Ávila, J., & Hernández, F. (2015). Excitotoxicity induced by kainic acid provokes glycogen synthase kinase-3 truncation in the hippocampus. Brain research1611, 84-92.
  • Miller-Delaney, S. F., Bryan, K., Das, S., McKiernan, R. C., Bray, I. M., Reynolds, J. P., ... & Henshall, D. C. (2014). Differential DNA methylation profiles of coding and non-coding genes define hippocampal sclerosis in human temporal lobe epilepsy. Brain, awu373.
  • Reynolds, J. P., Miller-Delaney, S. F., Jimenez-Mateos, E. M., Sano, T., McKiernan, R. C., Simon, R. P., & Henshall, D. C. (2014). Transcriptional response of polycomb group genes to status epilepticus in mice is modified by prior exposure to epileptic preconditioning. Frontiers in neurology6, 46-46.
  • Rodriguez-Alvarez, N., Jimenez-Mateos, E. M., Dunleavy, M., Waddington, J. L., Boylan, G. B., & Henshall, D. C. (2015). Effects of hypoxia-induced neonatal seizures on acute hippocampal injury and later-life seizure susceptibility and anxiety-related behavior in mice. Neurobiology of Disease83, 100-114.
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