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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Ryley Parrish
Neela Codadu
Connie Mackenzie-Gray Scott
Professor Andrew Trevelyan
Feedforward inhibition ahead of ictal wavefronts is provided by both parvalbumin‐ and somatostatin‐expressing interneurons2019
Professor Cathy Schevon
Dr Edward Merricks
Ryley Parrish
Professor Andrew Trevelyan
Multiscale recordings reveal the dynamic spatial structure of human seizures2019
Neela Codadu
Ryley Parrish
Professor Andrew Trevelyan
Region-specific differences and areal interactions underlying transitions in epileptiform activity2019
Ryley Parrish
Dr John Grady
Neela Codadu
Dr Claudia Racca
Professor Andrew Trevelyan
et al.
Graphical user interface for simultaneous profiling of activity patterns in multiple neuronal subclasses2018
Ryley Parrish
Neela Codadu
Dr Claudia Racca
Professor Andrew Trevelyan
Pyramidal cell activity levels affect the polarity of gene transciption changes in interneurons2018
Ryley Parrish
Dr John Grady
Neela Codadu
Professor Andrew Trevelyan
Dr Claudia Racca
et al.
Simultaneous profiling of activity patterns in multiple neuronal subclasses2018
Ryley Parrish
Professor Andrew Trevelyan
Stress-testing the brain to understand its breaking points2018
Partow Yazdani
Professor Jenny Read
Dr Roger Whittaker
Professor Andrew Trevelyan
Assessment of epilepsy using noninvasive visual psychophysics tests of surround suppression2017
Dr Yujiang Wang
Professor Andrew Trevelyan
Dr Peter Taylor
Professor Marcus Kaiser
Mechanisms underlying different onset patterns of focal seizures2017
Dr Hannah Alfonsa
Professor Jeremy Lakey
Professor Robert Lightowlers
Professor Andrew Trevelyan
Cl-out is a novel cooperative optogenetic tool for extruding chloride from neurons2016
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