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Dr. Sontheimer's Publications

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Robert SM, Buckingham SC, Campbell SL, Robel S, Holt KT, Ogunrinu-Babarinde T, Warren PP, White DM, Reid MA, Eschbacher JM, Berens ME, Lahti AC, Nabors LB, Sontheimer H. (2015). SLC7A11 expression is associated with seizures and predicts poor survival in patients with malignant glioma. Science Translational Medicine 7(289).

Robel S, Buckingham SC, Boni JL, Campbell SL, Danbolt NC, Riedmann T, Sutor B, Sontheimer H. (2015). Reactive astrogliosis causes the development of spontaneous seizures. Journal of Neuroscience 35(8): 3330-45.

Sontheimer HW. (2015). Diseases of the Nervous System. Elsevier.

Campbell SL, Robel S, Cuddapah VA, Robert S, Buckingham SC, Kahle KT, Sontheimer H. (2015). GABAergic disinhibition and impaired KCC2 cotransporter activity underlie tumor-associated epilepsy. Glia 63(1): 23-36.

Kimbrough IF*, Robel S*, Roberson E, Sontheimer H. (2015). Vascular amyloidosis impairs the gliovascular unit in the hAPPJ20 mouse model of Alzheimer disease. BRAIN.

Seifert S, Sontheimer H. (2014). Bradykinin enhanced the invasion of malignant glioma into the brain parenchyma by inducing cells to undergo amoeboid migration. Journal of Physiology 592(22).

Cuddapah VA, Robel S, Watkins S, Sontheimer H. (2014). A neurocentric perspective on glioma invasion. Nature Reviews in Neuroscience 15(7): 455-65.

Robert SM, Sontheimer H. (2014). Glutamate transporters in the biology of malignant gliomas. Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences 71(10).

Turner KL, Honasoge A, Robert SM, McFerrin MM, Sontheimer H. (2014). A proinvasive role for the Ca(2+)-activated K(+) channel KCa3.1 in malignant glioma. Glia.

Watkins S, Robel S, Kimbrough IK, Robert SM, Ellis-Davies G, Sontheimer H. (2014). Disruption of astrocyte-vascular coupling and the blood-brain barrier by invading glioma cells. Nature Communications 5.