James R. Coleman, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Psychology University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC 
Area:
Auditory system
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Ross KC, Waldman BC, Conejero-Goldberg C, et al. (2002) Transplantation of M213-2O cells with enhanced GAD67 expression into the inferior colliculus alters audiogenic seizures. Experimental Neurology. 177: 338-40
Ross KC, Coleman JR, Jones LS. (2001) Anti-epileptiform effects of audiogenic seizure priming on in vitro kindling in rat hippocampus. Neuroscience Letters. 299: 234-8
Ross KC, Coleman JR. (2000) Developmental and genetic audiogenic seizure models: behavior and biological substrates. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews. 24: 639-53
Coleman JR, Gibson CJ, Fourqurean GD, et al. (2000) Tectal graft modulation of audiogenic seizures in Long-Evans rat. Experimental Neurology. 164: 139-44
Zrull MC, Coleman JR. (1999) Spatial sound detection and the role of the inferior colliculus in the Long-Evans rat. Acta Oto-Laryngologica. 119: 326-32
Ross KC, Coleman JR. (1999) Audiogenic seizures in the developmentally primed Long-Evans rat. Developmental Psychobiology. 34: 303-13
Coleman JR, Ross KC, Mullaney MM, et al. (1999) Latency alterations of the auditory brainstem response in audiogenic seizure-prone Long-Evans rats. Epilepsy Research. 33: 31-8
Clerici WJ, Coleman JR. (1998) Postnatal cytoarchitecture of the rat medial geniculate body. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 399: 110-24
Zrull MC, Coleman JR. (1997) Effects of tectal grafts on sound localization deficits induced by inferior colliculus lesions in hooded rats. Experimental Neurology. 145: 16-23
Zrull MC, Coleman JR. (1996) Effects of tectal grafts on sound detection deficits induced by inferior colliculus lesions in hooded rats. Cell Transplantation. 5: 293-304
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