Adam Errington
Adam Errington
Jane Hodge Foundation Fellow, School of Medicine, Cardiff University
Verified email at - Homepage
Cited by
Cited by
The investigational anticonvulsant lacosamide selectively enhances slow inactivation of voltage-gated sodium channels
AC Errington, T Stöhr, C Heers, G Lees
Molecular pharmacology 73 (1), 157-169, 2008
Enhanced tonic GABAA inhibition in typical absence epilepsy
DW Cope, G Di Giovanni, SJ Fyson, G Orbán, AC Errington, ML Lőrincz, ...
Nature medicine 15 (12), 1392-1398, 2009
Selective T-type calcium channel block in thalamic neurons reveals channel redundancy and physiological impact of ITwindow
FM Dreyfus, A Tscherter, AC Errington, JJ Renger, HS Shin, VN Uebele, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (1), 99-109, 2010
Seeking a mechanism of action for the novel anticonvulsant lacosamide
AC Errington, L Coyne, T Stöhr, N Selve, G Lees
Neuropharmacology 50 (8), 1016-1029, 2006
Sodium channel inhibition by anandamide and synthetic cannabimimetics in brain
RA Nicholson, C Liao, J Zheng, LS David, L Coyne, AC Errington, ...
Brain research 978 (1-2), 194-204, 2003
Voltage gated ion channels: targets for anticonvulsant drugs
AC Errington, T Stohr, G Lees
Current topics in medicinal chemistry 5 (1), 15-30, 2005
From sleep spindles of natural sleep to spike and wave discharges of typical absence seizures: is the hypothesis still valid?
N Leresche, RC Lambert, AC Errington, V Crunelli
Pflügers Archiv-European Journal of Physiology 463 (1), 201-212, 2012
GABAB receptors regulate extrasynaptic GABAA receptors
WM Connelly, SJ Fyson, AC Errington, CP McCafferty, DW Cope, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (9), 3780-3785, 2013
Dual function of thalamic low-vigilance state oscillations: rhythm-regulation and plasticity
V Crunelli, ML Lőrincz, WM Connelly, F David, SW Hughes, RC Lambert, ...
Nature Reviews Neuroscience 19 (2), 107-118, 2018
Novel modes of rhythmic burst firing at cognitively-relevant frequencies in thalamocortical neurons
SW Hughes, A Errington, ML Lőrincz, KA Kékesi, G Juhász, G Orbán, ...
Brain research 1235, 12-20, 2008
Stereoselective effects of the novel anticonvulsant lacosamide against 4-AP induced epileptiform activity in rat visual cortex in vitro
G Lees, T Stöhr, AC Errington
Neuropharmacology 50 (1), 98-110, 2006
Metabotropic regulation of extrasynaptic GABAA receptors
WM Connelly, AC Errington, GD Giovanni, V Crunelli
Frontiers in neural circuits 7, 171, 2013
State-dependent firing determines intrinsic dendritic Ca2+ signaling in thalamocortical neurons
AC Errington, JJ Renger, VN Uebele, V Crunelli
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (44), 14843-14853, 2010
mGluR control of interneuron output regulates feedforward tonic GABAA inhibition in the visual thalamus
AC Errington, G Di Giovanni, V Crunelli, DW Cope
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (23), 8669-8680, 2011
Augmentation of tonic GABAA inhibition in absence epilepsy: therapeutic value of inverse agonists at extrasynaptic GABAA receptors
AC Errington, DW Cope, V Crunelli
Advances in pharmacological sciences 2011, 2011
Aberrant GABAA Receptor-Mediated Inhibition in Cortico-Thalamic Networks of Succinic Semialdehyde Dehydrogenase Deficient Mice
AC Errington, KM Gibson, V Crunelli, DW Cope
PloS one 6 (4), e19021, 2011
Activity of cortical and thalamic neurons during the slow (< 1 Hz) rhythm in the mouse in vivo
V Crunelli, ML Lőrincz, AC Errington, SW Hughes
Pflügers Archiv-European Journal of Physiology 463 (1), 73-88, 2012
GABAB receptor-mediated activation of astrocytes by gamma-hydroxybutyric acid
T Gould, L Chen, Z Emri, T Pirttimaki, AC Errington, V Crunelli, HR Parri
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 369 …, 2014
The global spike: conserved dendritic properties enable unique Ca2+ spike generation in low-threshold spiking neurons
WM Connelly, V Crunelli, AC Errington
Journal of Neuroscience 35 (47), 15505-15522, 2015
γ-Hydroxybutyric Acid (GHB) Is Not an Agonist of Extrasynaptic GABAA Receptors
WM Connelly, AC Errington, V Crunelli
PLoS One 8 (11), e79062, 2013
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20