Kindling 5

  • Michael E. Corcoran
  • Solomon L. Moshé

Part of the Advances in Behavioral Biology book series (ABBI, volume 48)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Genetic Predisposition and Kindling Susceptibility in Primates

  3. Developmental Patterns

    1. Kurt Z. Haas, Ellen F. Sperber, Barbara Benenati, Patric K. Stanton, Solomon L. Moshé
      Pages 15-25
    2. Matthew Sarkisian, Pushpa Tandon, Gregory L. Holmes
      Pages 27-34
    3. Tallie Z. Baram, Edouard Hirsch, Linda Schultz
      Pages 35-44
    4. Margaret N. Shouse, James Langer, Paul Farber, Michael Bier, Orly Alcalde, Ronald Szymusiak
      Pages 45-63
  4. Electrophysiological Mechanisms

    1. Istvan Mody, David N. Lieberman
      Pages 65-73
    2. Patricia Shinnick-Gallagher, N. Bradley Keele, Volker Neugebauer
      Pages 75-87
    3. Susan R. B. Weiss, Xiu-Li Li, E. Christian Noguera, Terri Heynen, He Li, Jeffrey B. Rosen et al.
      Pages 101-119
    4. W. McIntyre Burnham, Z. Gombos, J. Nobrega, G. A. Cottrell
      Pages 121-131
  5. Morphological and Anatomical Mechanisms

    1. James L. Burchfiel, Craig D. Applegate, Gary M. Samoriski, Jay Nierenberg
      Pages 133-149
    2. Craig D. Applegate, James L. Burchfiel, Russell J. Ferland, Jay Nierenberg
      Pages 151-165
    3. Dan C. McIntyre, Mary Ellen Kelly
      Pages 167-177
    4. Yuri Geinisman, Frank Morrell, Leyla deToledo-Morrell, Inna S. Persina, Eddy A. Van der Zee
      Pages 179-191
    5. Ronald J. Racine, Beth Adams, Philip Osehobo, Norton W. Milgram, Margaret Fahnestock
      Pages 193-209
    6. Michael E. Corcoran, Lisa L. Armitage, Darren K. Hannesson, Elaine M. Jenkins, Paul Mohapel
      Pages 211-227
  6. Synaptic Pharmacology and Neurochemistry of Kindling

    1. Fernando H. Lopes da Silva, Guido C. Faas, Willem Kamphuis, Miriam Titulaer, Martin Vreugdenhil, Wytse J. Wadman
      Pages 229-243
    2. Ann C. Rice, Robert J. DeLorenzo
      Pages 267-284
    3. Donald P. Cain
      Pages 285-298
    4. Olle Lindvall, Zaal Kokaia, Eskil Elmér, Istvan Ferencz, Johan Bengzon, Merab Kokaia
      Pages 299-312
    5. Annamaria Vezzani, Charles Piwko, Marco Gobbi, Christoph Schwarzer, Gunther Sperk, Daniel Hoyer
      Pages 313-325
  7. Behavioral Effects of Kindling

    1. Robert Adamec
      Pages 327-348
    2. John P. J. Pinel, Lisa E. Kalynchuk, Dallas Treit
      Pages 349-360
    3. Theresa D. Hernandez, Lisa A. Warner, Sylvia Montañez
      Pages 361-376
    4. Michael E. Corcoran, Lisa L. Armitage, Trevor H. Gilbert, Darren K. Hannesson, Paul Mohapel
      Pages 377-393
    5. L. Stan Leung, B. Shen, R. Sutherland, C. Wu, K. Wu, D. Zhao
      Pages 395-408
  8. Drugs and Kindling

    1. Sophie Reibel, Yves Larmet, Josette Carnahan, Bich-Thuy Lê, Christian Marescaux, Antoine Depaulis
      Pages 409-420
    2. Larry G. Stark, R. M. Joy, W. F. Walby, T. E. Albertson
      Pages 451-467
  9. Clinical Implications of Kindling

    1. Jerome Engel Jr.
      Pages 469-483
    2. Kiyoshi Morimoto, Hitoshi Sato, Mariko Osawa, Mitsumoto Sato
      Pages 485-494
    3. Augusto Fernández-Guardiola, Adrián Martínez-Cervantes, Alejandro Valdés-Cruz, Victor Magdaleno-Madrigal, Rodrigo Fernández-Mas
      Pages 495-499
    4. Claude G. Wasterlain, Andrey M. Mazarati, Yukiyoshi Shirasaka, Raman Sankar, Kerry W. Thompson
      Pages 501-511
  10. Back Matter
    Pages 513-523

About this book


The last Kindling Conference was organized by Dr. Juhn Wada and held at the Univer­ sity of British Columbia, Vancouver, B. C. , in 1989. In the intervening years, research on kin­ dling has proceeded at an explosive pace and significant advances have been made in our understanding of the molecular biological, anatomical, and physiological substrates of kin­ dling, as well as in our appreciation of the age-dependent effects and complex behavioral consequences of kindling, its sensitivity to drugs, and its relevance to the clinical epilepsies. In order to review these developments and to provide researchers with an opportunity to in­ teract face to face and discuss the issues that preoccupy us all, we organized the Fifth Interna­ tional Conference on Kindling, in Victoria, B. C. , in the summer of 1996. Most of the stalwarts in kindling research were invited, as were a number of investigators whose research on kindling has become prominent in the past few years. We continue to miss the late Graham Goddard, the discoverer of kindling, and were saddened by the recent death of Eric Lothman, a prolific researcher and clinician who would have been a prominent participant. We were deeply disturbed to learn of the death of Frank Morrell, one of the earliest kindlers and an eminent neurologist, who died several months after our conference.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Michael E. Corcoran
    • 1
  • Solomon L. Moshé
    • 2
  1. 1.University of SaskatchewanSaskatoonCanada
  2. 2.Albert Einstein College of MedicineBronxUSA

Bibliographic information

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  • Copyright Information Plenum Press, New York 1998
  • Publisher Name Springer, Boston, MA
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-1-4613-7453-4
  • Online ISBN 978-1-4615-5375-5
  • Series Print ISSN 0099-6246
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