Mohamed Chahine

Universite Laval (Canada) 
Medical Biophysics, General Biophysics, Neuroscience Biology
"Mohamed Chahine"
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Plumereau Q, Ebdalla A, Poulin H, et al. (2022) De novo Y1460C missense variant in Na1.1 impedes the pore region and results in epileptic encephalopathy. Scientific Reports. 12: 17182
Gamal El-Din TM, Zimmer T, Chahine M. (2022) Editorial: Structure Related Druggability of Voltage-Gated Sodium and Calcium Ion-Channels to Treat Diseases. Frontiers in Pharmacology. 13: 947511
Yang XR, Ginjupalli VKM, Theriault O, et al. (2022) -related epilepsy of infancy with migrating focal seizures: report of a variant with apparent gain- and loss-of-function effects. Journal of Neurophysiology. 127: 1388-1397
Hui JB, Silva JCH, Pelaez MC, et al. (2022) NPRL2 Inhibition of mTORC1 Controls Sodium Channel Expression and Brain Amino Acid Homeostasis. Eneuro. 9
Pierre M, Djemai M, Poulin H, et al. (2021) Na1.5 knockout in iPSCs: a novel approach to study Na1.5 variants in a human cardiomyocyte environment. Scientific Reports. 11: 17168
Plumereau Q, Theriault O, Pouliot V, et al. (2021) Novel G1481V and Q1491H SCN5A Mutations Linked to Long QT Syndrome Destabilize the Nav1.5 Inactivation State. Cjc Open. 3: 256-266
Poulin H, Mercier A, Djemai M, et al. (2021) iPSC-derived cardiomyocytes from patients with myotonic dystrophy type 1 have abnormal ion channel functions and slower conduction velocities. Scientific Reports. 11: 2500
Poulin H, Chahine M. (2021) R1617Q epilepsy mutation slows Na 1.6 sodium channel inactivation and increases the persistent current and neuronal firing. The Journal of Physiology
Dong W, Jin SC, Allocco A, et al. (2020) Exome Sequencing Implicates Impaired GABA Signaling and Neuronal Ion Transport in Trigeminal Neuralgia. Iscience. 23: 101552
Srivastava U, Jennings-Charles R, Qu YS, et al. (2020) Novel Re-expression of L-type Calcium Channel Ca1.3 in Left Ventricles of Failing Human Heart. Heart Rhythm
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