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Ca(2+)/Calmodulin-Dependent Protein Phosphorylation Is Not Altered by Amygdaloid Kindling.
Characterization of Chemical Kindling with the Pesticide Endosulfan.
Convulsant Properties of Cyclotrimethylenetrinitramine (RDX): Spontaneous, Audiogenic, and Amygdaloid Kindled Seizure Activity (Journal Version).
Enhanced Susceptibility to Kindling by Chlordimeform May Be Mediated by a Local Anesthetic Action.
Examination of the Anticonvulsant Properties of Voltage-Sensitive Calcium Channel Inhibitors in Amygdala Kindled Seizures.
Examination of the Proconvulsant Actions of Pyrethroid Insecticides Using Pentylenetetrazol and Amygdala Kindling Seizure Models.
Formamidine Pesticides Enhance Susceptibility to Kindled Seizures in Amygdala and Hippocampus of the Rat (Journal Version).
NMDA (N-Methyl-D-Aspartate) receptor, antagonist, MK-801, suppresses limbic kindling and kindled seizures /
NMDA Antagonist, MK-801, Suppresses Long-Term Potentiation, Kindling, and Kindling-Induced Potentiation in the Perforant Path of the Unanesthetized Rat.
Potentiation of Inhibition with Perforant Path Kindling: An NMDA-Receptor Dependent Process.
Proconvulsant Activity of Endosulfan in Amygdala Kindling.
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