Tim M. Delorey

Molecular Research Institute, Palo Alto, Sunnyvale, CA, United States 
"Tim Delorey"
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Tanaka M, Delorey TM, Delgado-Escueta AV, et al. (2010) GABRB3, epilepsy, and neurodevelopment Epilepsia. 51: 77
Ferguson C, Hardy SL, Werner DF, et al. (2007) New insight into the role of the beta3 subunit of the GABAA-R in development, behavior, body weight regulation, and anesthesia revealed by conditional gene knockout. Bmc Neuroscience. 8: 85
Handforth A, Delorey TM, Homanics GE, et al. (2005) Pharmacologic evidence for abnormal thalamocortical functioning in GABA receptor beta3 subunit-deficient mice, a model of Angelman syndrome. Epilepsia. 46: 1860-70
Harris DL, DeLorey TM, He X, et al. (2000) Determinants of recognition of ligands binding to benzodiazepine receptor/GABA(A) receptors initiating sedation. European Journal of Pharmacology. 401: 271-87
Gordey M, DeLorey TM, Olsen RW. (2000) Differential sensitivity of recombinant GABA(A) receptors expressed in Xenopus oocytes to modulation by topiramate. Epilepsia. 41: S25-9
Mihalek RM, Banerjee PK, Korpi ER, et al. (1999) Attenuated sensitivity to neuroactive steroids in gamma-aminobutyrate type A receptor delta subunit knockout mice. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 96: 12905-10
DeLorey TM, Olsen RW. (1999) GABA and epileptogenesis: comparing gabrb3 gene-deficient mice with Angelman syndrome in man. Epilepsy Research. 36: 123-32
Olsen RW, DeLorey TM, Gordey M, et al. (1999) GABA receptor function and epilepsy. Advances in Neurology. 79: 499-510
Lalande M, Minassian BA, DeLorey TM, et al. (1999) Parental imprinting and Angelman syndrome. Advances in Neurology. 79: 421-9
Huntsman MM, Porcello DM, Homanics GE, et al. (1999) Reciprocal inhibitory connections and network synchrony in the mammalian thalamus. Science (New York, N.Y.). 283: 541-3
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