Agnieszka Zurek, B.Sc.

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2015- Physiology and Pharmacology Hotchkiss Brain Institute, University of Calgary 
Area:
Cognition, anesthetics, plasticity
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Yu J, Wang DS, Bonin RP, et al. (2019) Gabapentin increases expression of δ subunit-containing GABA receptors. Ebiomedicine
Sterley TL, Baimoukhametova D, Füzesi T, et al. (2018) Social transmission and buffering of synaptic changes after stress. Nature Neuroscience
Perez-Sanchez J, Lorenzo LE, Lecker I, et al. (2016) α5GABAA Receptors Mediate Tonic Inhibition in the Spinal Cord Dorsal Horn and Contribute to the Resolution Of Hyperalgesia. Journal of Neuroscience Research
Zurek AA, Kemp SW, Aga Z, et al. (2016) α5GABAA receptor deficiency causes autism-like behaviors. Annals of Clinical and Translational Neurology. 3: 392-8
Zurek AA, Yu J, Wang DS, et al. (2014) Sustained increase in α5GABAA receptor function impairs memory after anesthesia. The Journal of Clinical Investigation. 124: 5437-41
Diaz MR, Vollmer CC, Zamudio-Bulcock PA, et al. (2014) Repeated intermittent alcohol exposure during the third trimester-equivalent increases expression of the GABA(A) receptor δ subunit in cerebellar granule neurons and delays motor development in rats. Neuropharmacology. 79: 262-74
Bonin RP, Zurek AA, Yu J, et al. (2013) Hyperpolarization-activated current (In) is reduced in hippocampal neurons from Gabra5-/- mice. Plos One. 8: e58679
Wang DS, Zurek AA, Lecker I, et al. (2012) Memory deficits induced by inflammation are regulated by α5-subunit-containing GABAA receptors. Cell Reports. 2: 488-96
Zurek AA, Bridgwater EM, Orser BA. (2012) Inhibition of α5 γ-Aminobutyric acid type A receptors restores recognition memory after general anesthesia. Anesthesia and Analgesia. 114: 845-55
Martin LJ, Zurek AA, Bonin RP, et al. (2011) The sedative but not the memory-blocking properties of ethanol are modulated by α5-subunit-containing γ-aminobutyric acid type A receptors. Behavioural Brain Research. 217: 379-85
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