Norman Hershkowitz

United States Food and Drug Administration, Silver Spring, MD, United States 
"Norman Hershkowitz"
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Siddiqui O, Hershkowitz N. (2010) Primary efficacy endpoint in clinical trials of antiepileptic drugs: Change or percentage change Drug Information Journal. 44: 343-350
Gots RE, Schwartz SL, Hershkowitz N, et al. (1997) Identification of Gulf War syndrome: methodological issues and medical illnesses. Jama. 278: 385; author reply 38
Gordon V, Schlesinger N, Engel C.C. J, et al. (1997) Identification of Gulf War Syndrome: Methodological issues and medical illnesses [1] (multiple letters) Journal of the American Medical Association. 278: 383-387
Katchman AN, Hershkowitz N. (1997) Nitric oxide modulates synaptic glutamate release during anoxia. Neuroscience Letters. 228: 50-4
Katchman AN, Hershkowitz N. (1996) Adenosine A1 antagonism increases specific synaptic forms of glutamate release during anoxia, revealing a unique source of excitation. Hippocampus. 6: 213-24
Katchman AN, Vicini S, Hershkowitz N. (1994) Mechanism of early anoxia-induced suppression of the GABAA-mediated inhibitory postsynaptic current. Journal of Neurophysiology. 71: 1128-38
Katchman AN, Hershkowitz N. (1994) Arachidonic acid participates in the anoxia-induced increase in mEPSC frequency in CA1 neurons of the rat hippocampus. Neuroscience Letters. 168: 217-20
Katchman AN, Hershkowitz N. (1993) Adenosine antagonists prevent hypoxia-induced depression of excitatory but not inhibitory synaptic currents. Neuroscience Letters. 159: 123-6
Katchman AN, Hershkowitz N. (1993) Early anoxia-induced vesicular glutamate release results from mobilization of calcium from intracellular stores. Journal of Neurophysiology. 70: 1-7
Hershkowitz N, Katchman AN, Veregge S. (1993) Site of synaptic depression during hypoxia: a patch-clamp analysis. Journal of Neurophysiology. 69: 432-41
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