Ivan Soltesz

College of Health Sciences
Professor, Neurobiology and Behavior
School of Biological Sciences Phone: (949) 824-3957, 3967
Fax: (949) 824-1105
Email: isoltesz@uci.edu

University of California, Irvine
113, 192 Irvine Hall
Mail Code: 1280
Irvine, CA 92697
Research Abstract
Plasticity of neuronal inhibition
Mechanisms of selective neuronal vulnerability
Aradi, I. & Soltesz, I. Modulation of network behaviour by changes in variance in interneuronal properties. Journal of Physiology (London), (2002) 538: 227-252.

Ross, S.T. & Soltesz, I. Long-term plasticity in interneurons of the dentate gyrus. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, (2001) 98 (15): 8874-8879
Soltesz, I. & Nusser, Z. Background inhibition to the fore. Nature, (2001), 409: 24-27.
Chen, K., Aradi, I., Thon, N., Eghbal-Ahmadi, M., Baram, T.Z. & Soltesz, I. Persistently modified h-channels after complex febrile seizures convert the seizure-induced enhancement of inhibition to hyperexcitability. Nature Medicine (2001) 7: 331-336.

Santhakumar, V., Ratzliff, A.d.H., Jeng, J., Toth, Z. & Soltesz, I. Long-term hyperexcitability in the hippocampus after experimental head trauma. Annals of Neurology, (2001) 50: 708-717.
Ratzliff, A.d.H.. & Soltesz, I. Differential immunoreactivity for alpha-actinin-2, an NMDA-receptor / actin binding protein, in hippocampal interneurons. Neuroscience, (2001) 103:337-349.
Chen, K., Baram, T.Z. & Soltesz, I. Febrile seizures in the developing brain result in persistent modification of neuronal excitability in limbic circuits. Nature Medicine, (1999) 5(8):888-894.
Graduate Programs
Interdepartmental Neuroscience Program

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