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Kindling 4

  • Juhn A. Wada

Part of the Advances in Behavioral Biology book series (ABBI, volume 37)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiii
  2. Dan C. McIntyre, Mary Ellen Kelly
    Pages 21-31
  3. Kenji Ono, Hiroshi Baba, Shuhei Nishimura, Juhn A. Wada
    Pages 33-44
  4. Jeffrey S. Stripling, Doris K. Patneau
    Pages 45-59
  5. Yuri Geinisman, Frank Morrell, Leyla deToledo-Morrell
    Pages 75-92
  6. Craig D. Applegate, James L. Burchfiel, Paul E. Neumann
    Pages 113-126
  7. W. McIntyre Burnham, Georgia A. Cottrell
    Pages 127-139
  8. Michael E. Corcoran, Gerald K. Weiss
    Pages 141-156
  9. Ellen F. Sperber, Kurt Haas, Solomon L. Moshé
    Pages 157-168
  10. Gary G. Buterbaugh, Gail M. Hudson
    Pages 169-183
  11. Augusto Fernández-Guardiola, Rodrigo Fernández-Mas, Adrián Martínez, Luisa Rocha, Rafael Gutiérrez
    Pages 185-196
  12. James O. McNamara, Douglas W. Bonhaus, J. Victor Nadler, Geng-Chang Yeh
    Pages 197-208
  13. Gérard Rondouin, Mireille Lerner-Natoli, Robert Chicheportiche, Jean-Marc Kamenka
    Pages 227-239
  14. Mitsumoto Sato, Kiyoshi Morimoto, Kazufumi Akiyama, Motoi Okamoto
    Pages 241-251
  15. Wolfgang Löscher, Ulrich Wahnschaffe, Dagmar Hönack, Chris Rundfeldt
    Pages 253-266
  16. John P. J. Pinel, C. Kwon Kim, Michael J. Mana
    Pages 283-297
  17. Toshio Hiyoshi, Juhn A. Wada
    Pages 299-311
  18. M. N. Shouse, A. King, J. Langer, K. Wellesley, T. Vreeken, K. King et al.
    Pages 313-327
  19. Robert M. Post, Susan R. B. Weiss, Mike Clark, Takashi Nakajima, Agu Pert
    Pages 357-370
  20. Motoi Okamoto, Ritsuo Nakachi, Kiyoshi Morimoto, Mitsumoto Sato
    Pages 371-381
  21. T. Kudo, J. A. Wada
    Pages 397-408
  22. Yoshitaka Ehara, Juhn A. Wada
    Pages 409-422
  23. Robert F. Berman, Michael F. Jarvis, Carl R. Lupica
    Pages 423-440
  24. Juhn A. Wada
    Pages 441-444
  25. Juhn A. Wada
    Pages 445-472
  26. Back Matter
    Pages 473-477

About this book

Introduction

This is the proceedings of the fourth in a series of inter­ national gatherings on kindling held on the University of British Columbia campus, June 15-17, 1989. Since the last gath­ ering in 1985, kindling continues to attract an ever-increasing number of investigators as reflected by the phenomenal increase in the number of kindling-related research reports. No other acute or chronic model has been exploited so extensively using electrophysiological, pharmacological, biochemical and behav­ ioural approaches involving a variety of brain sites and ani­ mal species. The continuing search, during the past few years, for the mechanism underlying the enduring change induced by kindling is beginning to shed some light on aspects of its molecular basis and to suggest the future direction of research. The late Graham Goddard, the original kindler, would have been delighted with this development. We were all shocked and saddened by his tragic death, but his spirit is very much alive among all of us who gathered together to share new information and collectively reassess the present state of knowledge at this symposium. I must say that we miss him very, very much. We know he is happy in his heaven knowing that he accomplished more in a short lifetime than most and that his love for mankind, and life's challenges, remain as a legacy, and goal, for us all.

Keywords

Aspartat adenosine amino acid anatomy brain brainstem cortex development electroencephalography (EEG) epilepsy evolution forebrain metabolism pharmacology receptor

Editors and affiliations

  • Juhn A. Wada
    • 1
  1. 1.Neurosciences and NeurologyUniversity of British ColumbiaVancouverCanada

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4684-5796-4
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag US 1990
  • Publisher Name Springer, Boston, MA
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-1-4684-5798-8
  • Online ISBN 978-1-4684-5796-4
  • Series Print ISSN 0099-6246
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