Charles P. Taylor

"Charles Taylor"
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C. H. F. Rowell grad student 1975-1980 UC Berkeley
 (Ph.D. Neuroscience)
F Edward Dudek post-doc 1980-1982 Tulane Medical School
 (NIH Postdoctoral Fellowship)
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Tuchman M, Barrett JA, Donevan S, et al. (2010) Central sensitization and Ca(V)α₂δ ligands in chronic pain syndromes: pathologic processes and pharmacologic effect. The Journal of Pain : Official Journal of the American Pain Society. 11: 1241-9
Taylor CP, Gee NS, Su TZ, et al. (1998) A summary of mechanistic hypotheses of gabapentin pharmacology. Epilepsy Research. 29: 233-49
Dudek FE, Snow RW, Taylor CP. (1986) Role of electrical interactions in synchronization of epileptiform bursts. Advances in Neurology. 44: 593-617
Traub RD, Dudek FE, Taylor CP, et al. (1985) Simulation of hippocampal afterdischarges synchronized by electrical interactions. Neuroscience. 14: 1033-8
Taylor CP, Krnjević K, Ropert N. (1984) Facilitation of hippocampal CA3 pyramidal cell firing by electrical fields generated antidromically. Neuroscience. 11: 101-9
Taylor CP, Dudek FE. (1984) Synchronization without active chemical synapses during hippocampal afterdischarges. Journal of Neurophysiology. 52: 143-55
Taylor CP, Dudek FE. (1984) Excitation of hippocampal pyramidal cells by an electrical field effect. Journal of Neurophysiology. 52: 126-42
Snow RW, Taylor CP, Dudek FE. (1983) Electrophysiological and optical changes in slices of rat hippocampus during spreading depression. Journal of Neurophysiology. 50: 561-72
Taylor CP, Dudek FE. (1982) Synchronous neural afterdischarges in rat hippocampal slices without active chemical synapses. Science (New York, N.Y.). 218: 810-2
Taylor CP, Dudek FE. (1982) A physiological test for electrotonic coupling between CA1 pyramidal cells in rat hippocampal slices. Brain Research. 235: 351-7
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