Browsing publications by Dr Andrew Trevelyan

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr Andrew Trevelyan
How inhibition influences seizure propagation2013
Dr Andrew Trevelyan
Ictal high frequency oscillations distinguish two types of seizure territories in humans2013
Dr Andrew Trevelyan
The information content of physiological and epileptic brain activity2013
Dr Andrew Trevelyan
Evidence of an inhibitory restraint of seizure activity in humans2012
Dr Nicolas Forraz
Professor Colin McGuckin
Dr Marcin Jurga
Professor Susan Lindsay
Bui Ip
et al.
In vitro modelling of cortical neurogenesis by sequential induction of human umbilical cord blood stem cells2012
Dr Marcin Jurga
Dr Nicolas Forraz
Christina Basford
Dr Andrew Trevelyan
Dr Saba Habibollah
et al.
Neurogenic Properties and a Clinical Relevance of Multipotent Stem Cells Derived from Cord Blood Samples Stored in the Biobanks2012
Dr Andrew Trevelyan
Cellular mechanisms of high frequency oscillations in epilepsy: on the diverse sources of pathological activities2011
Dr Andrew Trevelyan
Dr Denise Kirby
Dr Tora Smulders-Srinivasan
Marco Nooteboom
Professor Miles Whittington
et al.
Mitochondrial DNA mutations affect calcium handling in differentiated neurons2010
Dr Jennifer Read
Dr Andrew Trevelyan
Quantal Analysis Reveals a Functional Correlation between Presynaptic and Postsynaptic Efficacy in Excitatory Connections from Rat Neocortex2010
Dr Denise Kirby
Dr Kate Rennie
Dr Tora Smulders-Srinivasan
Professor Miles Whittington
Dr Andrew Trevelyan
et al.
Transmitochondrial embryonic stem cells containing pathogenic mtDNA mutations are compromised in neuronal differentiation2009
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