Rüdiger Köhling
Rüdiger Köhling
Professor für Physiologie, Universitätsmedizin Rostock
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The impact of astrocytic gap junctional coupling on potassium buffering in the hippocampus
A Wallraff, R Köhling, U Heinemann, M Theis, K Willecke, C Steinhäuser
Journal of Neuroscience 26 (20), 5438-5447, 2006
Network and pharmacological mechanisms leading to epileptiform synchronization in the limbic system in vitro
M Avoli, M D’Antuono, J Louvel, R Köhling, G Biagini, R Pumain, ...
Progress in neurobiology 68 (3), 167-207, 2002
Synchronous GABA-mediated potentials and epileptiform discharges in the rat limbic system in vitro
M Avoli, M Barbarosie, A Lücke, T Nagao, V Lopantsev, R Köhling
Journal of Neuroscience 16 (12), 3912-3924, 1996
What is the source of the EEG?
T Kirschstein, R Köhling
Clinical EEG and neuroscience 40 (3), 146-149, 2009
Cellular and molecular mechanisms of epilepsy in the human brain
M Avoli, J Louvel, R Pumain, R Köhling
Progress in neurobiology 77 (3), 166-200, 2005
Ictal epileptiform activity is facilitated by hippocampal GABAA receptor-mediated oscillations
R Köhling, M Vreugdenhil, E Bracci, JGR Jefferys
Journal of Neuroscience 20 (18), 6820-6829, 2000
Spontaneous sharp waves in human neocortical slices excised from epileptic patients.
R Köhling, A Lücke, H Straub, EJ Speckmann, I Tuxhorn, P Wolf, ...
Brain: a journal of neurology 121 (6), 1073-1087, 1998
Voltage‐gated sodium channels in epilepsy
R Köhling
Epilepsia 43 (11), 1278-1295, 2002
Spreading depression in human neocortical slices
A Gorji, D Scheller, H Straub, F Tegtmeier, R Köhling, JM Höhling, ...
Brain research 906 (1-2), 74-83, 2001
GABAA receptor‐dependent synchronization leads to ictogenesis in the human dysplastic cortex
M D’antuono, J Louvel, R Köhling, D Mattia, A Bernasconi, A Olivier, ...
Brain 127 (7), 1626-1640, 2004
Specific imbalance of excitatory/inhibitory signaling establishes seizure onset pattern in temporal lobe epilepsy
M Avoli, M De Curtis, V Gnatkovsky, J Gotman, R Köhling, M Lévesque, ...
Journal of neurophysiology 115 (6), 3229-3237, 2016
Prolonged epileptiform bursting induced by 0-Mg2+ in rat hippocampal slices depends on gap junctional coupling
R Köhling, SJ Gladwell, E Bracci, M Vreugdenhil, JGR Jefferys
Neuroscience 105 (3), 579-587, 2001
Potassium channels in epilepsy
R Köhling, J Wolfart
Cold Spring Harbor perspectives in medicine 6 (5), a022871, 2016
Positive shifts of the GABAA receptor reversal potential due to altered chloride homeostasis is widespread after status epilepticus
G Barmashenko, S Hefft, A Aertsen, T Kirschstein, R Köhling
Epilepsia 52 (9), 1570-1578, 2011
Ionotropic glutamate and GABA receptors in human epileptic neocortical tissue: quantitative in vitro receptor autoradiography
K Zilles, MS Qü, R Köhling, EJ Speckmann
Neuroscience 94 (4), 1051-1061, 1999
GABA becomes exciting
R Köhling
Science 298 (5597), 1350-1351, 2002
Enhanced NMDA receptor-dependent LTP in the epileptic CA1 area via upregulation of NR2B
L Müller, T Tokay, K Porath, R Köhling, T Kirschstein
Neurobiology of Disease 54, 183-193, 2013
Antiepileptic drugs abolish ictal but not interictal epileptiform discharges in vitro
M D’Antuono, R Köhling, S Ricalzone, J Gotman, G Biagini, M Avoli
Epilepsia 51 (3), 423-431, 2010
Voltage-gated calcium channels in the etiopathogenesis and treatment of absence epilepsy
M Weiergräber, U Stephani, R Köhling
Brain research reviews 62 (2), 245-271, 2010
Epileptiform activity preferentially arises outside tumor invasion zone in glioma xenotransplants
R Köhling, V Senner, W Paulus, EJ Speckmann
Neurobiology of disease 22 (1), 64-75, 2006
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