Charles Ribak

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Alan Peters grad student 1976

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Matthew J. Korn research assistant UC Irvine
Lee A. Shapiro grad student
ROSALINDA C. ROBERTS grad student 1982-1988 UAB
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Ribak CE. (2015) An abnormal GABAergic system in the inferior colliculus provides a basis for audiogenic seizures in genetically epilepsy-prone rats. Epilepsy & Behavior : E&B
Sanchez RM, Ribak CE, Shapiro LA. (2012) Synaptic connections of hilar basal dendrites of dentate granule cells in a neonatal hypoxia model of epilepsy. Epilepsia. 53: 98-108
Arisi GM, Ruch M, Foresti ML, et al. (2011) Astrocyte Alterations in the Hippocampus Following Pilocarpine-induced Seizures in Aged Rats. Aging and Disease. 2: 294-300
Shapiro LA, Wang L, Upadhyaya P, et al. (2011) Seizure-induced Increased Neurogenesis Occurs in the Dentate Gyrus of Aged Sprague-Dawley Rats. Aging and Disease. 2: 286-93
Bentivoglio M, Jones EG, Mazzarello P, et al. (2011) Camillo Golgi and modern neuroscience. Brain Research Reviews. 66: 1-4
Ribak CE, Shapiro LA, Yan XX, et al. (2010) Seizure-induced basal dendrites on granule cells Epilepsia. 51: 43
Ribak CE, Shapiro LA, Perez ZD, et al. (2009) Microglia-associated granule cell death in the normal adult dentate gyrus. Brain Structure & Function. 214: 25-35
Díaz-Cintra S, Xue B, Spigelman I, et al. (2009) Dentate granule cells form hilar basal dendrites in a rat model of hypoxia-ischemia. Brain Research. 1285: 182-7
Sultan-Styne K, Toledo R, Walker C, et al. (2009) Long-term survival of olfactory sensory neurons after target depletion. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 515: 696-710
Merchán-Pérez A, Rodriguez JR, Ribak CE, et al. (2009) Proximity of excitatory and inhibitory axon terminals adjacent to pyramidal cell bodies provides a putative basis for nonsynaptic interactions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 106: 9878-83
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