Stacey dutton

Agnes Scott College, Decatur, GA, United States 
Epilepsy, ion channels, Scn1a, nav1.1
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Andrew P. Escayg grad student 2005-2015 Emory (Cell Biology Tree)


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Alice B Van Derveer research assistant 2016-2018 Agnes Scott College
Alexia M Crockett research assistant 2018-2020 Agnes Scott College
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Dutton SB, Dutt K, Papale LA, et al. (2017) Early-life febrile seizures worsen adult phenotypes in Scn1a mutants. Experimental Neurology
Lamar T, Vanoye CG, Calhoun J, et al. (2017) SCN3A deficiency associated with increased seizure susceptibility. Neurobiology of Disease
Wong JC, Dutton SB, Collins SD, et al. (2016) Huperzine A Provides Robust and Sustained Protection against Induced Seizures in Scn1a Mutant Mice. Frontiers in Pharmacology. 7: 357
Gilchrist J, Dutton S, Diaz-Bustamante M, et al. (2014) Nav1.1 modulation by a novel triazole compound attenuates epileptic seizures in rodents. Acs Chemical Biology. 9: 1204-12
Dutton SB, Makinson CD, Papale LA, et al. (2013) Preferential inactivation of Scn1a in parvalbumin interneurons increases seizure susceptibility. Neurobiology of Disease. 49: 211-20
Dutton SB, Sawyer NT, Kalume F, et al. (2011) Protective effect of the ketogenic diet in Scn1a mutant mice. Epilepsia. 52: 2050-6
Martin MS, Dutt K, Papale LA, et al. (2010) Altered function of the SCN1A voltage-gated sodium channel leads to gamma-aminobutyric acid-ergic (GABAergic) interneuron abnormalities. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 285: 9823-34
Dutton SB, Escayg A. (2008) Genetic influences on ketogenic diet efficacy. Epilepsia. 49: 67-9
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