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Phenotyping Course Schedule 07

Phenotyping for Functional Genetics, ME:680.712 

3rd quarter/2nd semester: January 10- March 8, 2007;
Wednesday & Thursday 2:30pm  - 4:00pm
Room: BRB 801; Enrollment limited to 15.

Lecture 8, February 21, 2007

Ellen Hess, PhD
Associate Professor, Neurology
JHUSOM

Motor Phenotyping
PDF of PPT presentation
 

  

References

Hess, E.J. Migraines in Mice? Cell, 87:1149-1151, 1996.

Campbell, D.B. and Hess, E.J. Cerebellar circuitry is activated during convulsive episodes in the tottering (tg/tg) mutant mouse. Neuroscience, 85:773-783, 1998.

Campbell, D.B. and Hess, E.J. L-type calcium channels contribute to the tottering mouse dystonic episodes. Molecular Pharmacology, 55:23-31, 1999.

Campbell, D.B., North, J.B. and Hess, E.J. Tottering mouse motor dysfunction is abolished on the Purkinje cell degeneration (pcd) mutant background. Experimental Neurology, 160:268-278, 1999.

Jinnah, H.A., Sepkuty, J.P., Ho, T., Drew, T., Rothstein, J.D. and Hess, E.J. Calcium channel activation and dystonia in the mouse. Movement Disorders, 15:542-551, 2000. 

Fureman, B.E., Jinnah, H.A. and Hess, E.J. Paroxysmal dyskinesia in the calcium channel mouse mutant tottering, Pharmacology Biochemistry & Behavior, 73:631-637, 2002.  

Pizoli, C.E. Jinnah, H.A., Billingsley, M.L. and Hess, E.J. Abnormal cerebellar signaling induces dystonia in mice, Journal of Neuroscience, 22:7825-7833, 2002.  

Jones, M.D. and Hess, E.J. Norepinephrine regulates locomotor hyperactivity in the mouse mutant coloboma. Pharmacology Biochemistry & Behavior, 75:209-216, 2003.  

Weisz, C.J.C., Raike, R.S., Soria-Jasso, L.E. and Hess, E.J. Potassium channel blockers inhibit the triggers of attacks in the calcium channel mouse mutant tottering. Journal of Neuroscience, 25:4141-4145, 2005.  

Fureman, B.E. and Hess, E.J. Noradrenergic blockade prevents attacks in a model of episodic dysfunction caused by a channelopathy. Neurobiology of Disease, 20:227-232, 2005.  

  

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