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Gajda Zita publikációk

Publikációs tevékenység

Közlemények

1. B. Barna, A. Szász, Z .Gajda, Z. Galbács, M. Kirsch-Volders, M.Szente. Effects of chronic, intrauterine organic mercury intoxication on the epileptogenicity of developing rat. Central European Journal of Public Health, 8:73-75, 2000.

2. Szász A, Barna B, Gajda Z, Galbács Z,.Kirsch-Volders M, Szente M. Effects of continuous low-dose exposure to organic and inorganic mercury during development on epileptogenicity in rats. Neurotoxicology, 23:197-206, 2002. [IF: 1.659]

3. Szente M, Gajda Z, Said Ali K, Hermesz E. Involvement of electrical coupling in the in vivo ictal epileptiform activity induced by 4-aminopyridine in the neocortex. Neuroscience, 115/4:1067-1078, 2002. [IF: 3.457]

4. Gajda Z, Gyendési E, Hermesz E, Said Ali K, Szente M. Involvement of gap junctions in the manifestation and control of duration of seizures in rats in vivo. Epilepsia, 44/12:1610-1615, 2003. [IF: 3.329]

5. Gajda Z, Szupera Z, Blazsó G, Szente M. Quinine, a blocker of neuronal Cx36 channels, suppresses seizure activity in rat neocortex in vivo. Epilepsia, 46(12):1998-2004, 2005. [IF: 3.329]

6. Gajda Z, Hermesz E, Gyendési E, Szupera Z, Szente M. The functional significance of gap junction channels in the epileptogenicity and seizure susceptibility of juvenile rats. Epilepsia, 47(6):1-14, 2006. [IF: 3.329]

Konferencia absztraktok

  1. Gajda Z, Szupera Z, Szente M. Involvement of electical synapses in the epileptiform activity induced in vivo by 4-aminopyridine. VIII. Annual Congress of the Hungarian Society for Neuroscience, 2001.
  2. Szente M, Gajda Z, Szupera Z. Involvement of electical synapses in the epileptiform activity induced in vivo by 4-aminopyridine. The 24th International Epilepsy Congress, Buenos Aires, Epilepsia 42:21, 2001.
  3. Gajda Z, Gyengési E, Hermesz E, Said Ali K, Szente M. Involvement of electrical synapses in the induction and maintenance of cortical seizure discharges. International League Against Epilepsy, Hungarian Faculty, 6th Conference, 2002.
  4. Gyengési E, Gajda Z, Hermesz E, Said Ali K, Szente M. The role of gap junctions in generation of seizure discharges and in the transition from ictal to interictal state. IBRO International Workshop, Neurobiology 9, 2002.
  5. Gajda Z, Hermesz E, Said Ali, Szente M. The role of electrical synapses in the maintenance of cortical seizure discharges and in the duration of ictal periods. 9th Annual Congress of the Hungarian Society for Neuroscience, 2003.
  6. Gajda Z, Gyengési E, Presztóczki B, Hermesz E, Said Ali, Szente M. Involvement of electrical synapses in the manifestation and duration of seizures. IBRO International Congress, Prague, 2003.
  7. Gajda Z, Hermesz E, Szente M. Expression levels of different connexin mRNAs and their induction by cortical seizure discharges in developing rats. IBRO International Workshop, Budapest, Clinical Neuroscience 57:20-21, 2004.
  8. Gajda Z, Presztóczki B, Ressinka J, Szente M. Selective blockade of neuronal gap junctions characteristically modifies cortical epileptiform activity in vivo. 4th FENS International Congress, Lisbon, Program p.209. 2004.
  9. Szupera Z, Gajda Z, Szente M. Idegspecifikus Cx36 gap junction csatornák farmakológiai blokkolása csökkenti az epileptiform aktivitást patkányban. A Magyar Ideg- és Elmeorvosok Társaságának 34. Nagygyűlése, Szeged, Cephalalgia Hungarica, 15:110, 2005.
  10. Gajda Z, Hermesz E, Gyendési E, Szupera Z, Szente M. The functional significance of gap junction channels in the epileptogenicity and seizure susceptibility of juvenile rats. IBRO International Workshop, Budapest, Program p.7, 2006.
  11. Gajda Z, Martók A, Hermesz E, Szente M. A comparative study of the function of gap junctions in seizures on a chronic and a semicrhonic epilepsy model. 11th Annual Congress of the Hungarian Society for Neuroscience, Program p.29. 2007.
  12. Gajda Z, Martók A, Tuka B, Kéri GY, Szente M. Electrophysiological investigation of antiepileptogenic and anticonvulsant effects of 16463 on the 4-aminopyridine epilepsy model in vivo. IBRO International Workshop, Debrecen, Program p., 2008.