Trevor H. Gilbert

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Athabasca University, Colinton, Alberta, Canada 
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Gilbert TH, Teskey GC. (2007) Conventional anticonvulsant drugs in the guinea-pig kindling model of partial seizures: effects of repeated administration. Experimental Brain Research. 178: 115-25
Gilbert TH, Corley SM, Teskey GC. (2002) Conventional anticonvulsant drugs in the guinea pig kindling model of partial seizures: effects of acute phenobarbital, valproate, and ethosuximide. Experimental Brain Research. 146: 336-44
Gilbert TH, Teskey GC. (2001) Conventional anticonvulsant drugs in the guinea-pig kindling model of partial seizures: effects of acute carbamazepine. Experimental Brain Research. 140: 479-85
Gilbert TH, Bharadia V, Teskey GC. (2001) Conventional anticonvulsant drugs in the guinea-pig kindling model of partial seizures: effects of acute phenytoin. Experimental Brain Research. 140: 469-78
Mohapel P, Armitage LL, Gilbert TH, et al. (2000) Mossy fiber sprouting is dissociated from kindling of generalized seizures in the guinea-pig. Neuroreport. 11: 2897-901
Gilbert TH, Hannesson DK, Corcoran ME. (2000) Hippocampal kindled seizures impair spatial cognition in the Morris water maze. Epilepsy Research. 38: 115-25
Teskey GC, Thiessen EJ, Gilbert TH. (1999) Alternate-site kindling in the guinea-pig results in accelerated seizure progression and generalization. Epilepsy Research. 34: 151-9
Gilbert TH, McNamara RK, Corcoran ME. (1996) Kindling of hippocampal field CA1 impairs spatial learning and retention in the Morris water maze. Behavioural Brain Research. 82: 57-66
Kirkby RD, Gilbert TH, Westcott MC, et al. (1995) Further characterization of kindling antagonism. Epilepsy Research. 21: 115-24
Kirkby RD, Gilbert TH, Corcoran ME. (1993) Kindling antagonism: mapping of susceptible sites. Brain Research. 616: 17-24
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