UPDATE: Haven’t abandoned reading but for a deeper understanding reading few papers. Will update once again soon.
With some motivation and inspiration from my fellow tweeters Rhiannon Morris, Dr. Natalie Matosin, Dr. Martin Engel and Tabitha I also joined the 366 paper challenge. The challenge is simple, just read one paper daily and if possible post it. This helps in keeping up with reading and having a habit of reading.
I started on 30th of January so, I have already missed 29 days of reading but I hope I will be able to keep up the pace with others.
7th March: Neyen et al.
Sensing Gram-negative bacteria: a phylogenetic perspective
6th March: Spiegelaere et al.
Reference Gene Validation for RT-qPCR, a Note on Different Available Software Packages
5th March: Hamerman et al.
Negative regulation of TLR signaling in myeloid cells-implications for autoimmune diseases.
4th March: Kandratavicius et al.
Animal model of epilepsy
3rd March: Wetherington et al.
Astrocytes in the epileptic brain
2nd March: Galanopoulou et al.
Basic mechanisms of catastrophic epilepsy
29th February: Moshe et al.
Epilepsy: New advances
28th February: Fabene et al.
The emerging role for chemokines in epilepsy.
27th February: Tauboll E et al.
Interactions between hormones and epilepsy.
26th February: Bryant et al.
Toll-like receptor signalling through macromolecular protein complexes
24th February: M. Thom
Hippocampal sclerosis in Epilepsy
23rd February: Leung and Wu
Epilepsy-Based Changes in Hippocampal Excitability: Causes and Effects
22nd February: Ben Ari and Cossart
Kainate, a double agent that generates seizures: two decades of progress
21st February: Renier et al.
iDISCO: A Simple, Rapid Method to Immunolabel Large Tissue Samples for Volume Imaging
20th February: Vincent P and Mulle C.
Kainate receptors in epilepsy and excitotoxicity.
19th February: Erturk A. et al
Three-dimensional imaging of solvent-cleared organs using 3DISCO.
18th February: Mercer TR et al.
Specific expression of long noncoding RNAs in the mouse brain.
17th February: Zaczek R and Coyle JT
Excitatory amino acid analogues: neurotoxicity and seizures.
16th February: Wikinski SI and Acosta GB
Role of excitatory amino acids in neuropathology
15th February: Rogawski
Excitatory amino acids and seizures
14th February: Laurence C. Schmued and James H. Fallon
Fluoro-gold: a new fluorescent retrograde axonal tracer with numerous unique properties
13th February: Miettinen R. et al.
Hippocampal damage after injection of kainic acid into the rat entorhinal cortex.
12th February: Wang F. et al.
Characteristics of long non-coding RNAs in the Brown Norway rat and alterations in the Dahl salt-sensitive rat.
11th February: Yoav Noam, Christophe Bernard and Tallie Z Baram
Towards an integrated view of HCN channel role in epilepsy
10th February: Jeffery L. Noebels
A Perfect Storm: Converging Paths of Epilepsy and Alzheimer’s Dementia Intersect in the Hippocampal Formation
9th February: Pasko Rakic
Evolution of the neocortex: Perspective from developmental biology
8th February: Tremblay et al.
The Role of Microglia in the Healthy Brain
7th February: Avoli M, Louvel J, Pumain R and Kohling R
Cellular and molecular mechanisms of epilepsy in the human brain.
6th February: Olsen and Avoli
GABA and Epileptogenesis
5th February: Ascoli GA et al.
New insights into the classification and nomenclature of cortical GABAergic interneurons.
4th February: Kandratavicius et al.
Animal models of epilepsy: use and limitations
3rd February: Tallinen et al.
On the growth and form of cortical convolutions – Also featured on my recent blog post.
2nd February: Fridley J, Thomas JG, Navarro JC and Yoshor D.
Brain stimulation for the treatment of epilepsy
1st February: Kienzler F, Norwood BA and Sloviter RS
Hippocampal injury, atrophy, synaptic reorganization, and epileptogenesis after perforant pathway stimulation-induced status epilepticus in the mouse.
31st January: Lidster K et al.
Opportunities for improving animal welfare in rodent models of epilepsy and seizures.
30th January: Boryana S Stamova et al.
Identification and validation of suitable endogenous reference genes for gene expression studies in human peripheral blood