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A 68-Year-Old Man with Proximal Weakness and Seizures
Neurol 97:e423-e428, Chen, T., 2021

A Middle-Aged Man with New Onset Seizures and Myoclonic Jerks
Neurol 92:e274-e281, Chen, Z. & Neo, S., 2019

Antibody-Mediated Encephalitis
NEJM 378:840-851, Dalmau, J.,et al, 2018

Autoimmune Encephalitides: A Broadening Field of Treatable Conditions
Neurologist 22:1-13, Kalman, B., 2017

Investigations in GABA? Receptor Antibody-Associated Encephalitis
Neurol 88:1012-1020,1010, Spatola, M.,et al, 2017

An Older Man with Memory Impairment and Convulsions
BMJ 358:J2824, Zhao, X.,et al, 2017

Paraneoplastic and Autoimmune Encephalitis
UptoDate July, Dalmau, J.,et al, 2017

Encephalitis and GABAb Receptor Antibodies
Neurol 81:1500-1506, H�ftberger, R.,et al, 2013

Treatment of ?-Aminobutyric Acid� Receptor-Antibody Autoimmune Encephalitis with Oral Corticosteroids
Arch Neurol 69:1061-1063, Goldenholz, D.M.,et al, 2012

GABAB Receptor Antibodies in Limbic Encephalitis and Anti-GAD-Associated Neurologic Disorders
Neurol 76:795-800, Boronat,A.,et al, 2011

Encephalitis and antibodies to synaptic and neuronal cell surface proteins
Neurol 77:179-189, Lancaster, E.,et al, 2011

Autoimmune limbic encephalitis: an expanding concept
, Moll, J.W.,et al, 2009

Narcolepsy With Cataplexy
Lancet 369:499-511, Dauvilliers,Y.,et al, 2007

The Stiff-Person Syndrome:An Autoimmune Disorder Affecting Neurotransmission of y-Aminobutyric Acid
Ann Int Med 131:522-530, Levy,L.M.,et al, 1999

Reduced GABA Synthesis in Pyridoxine-Dependent Seizures
Lancet 343:1133-1134, Gospe,S.M.,et al, 1994

Extracellular Hippocampal Glutamate and Spontaneous Seizure in the Conscious Human Brain
Lancet 341:1607-1610, 16271993., During,M.J.&Spencer,D.D., 1993

Low Cerebrospinal Fluid Concentration of Free Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid in Startle Disease
Lancet 340:80-81, Dubowitz,L.M.S.,et al, 1992

Autoantibodies to Gaba-Ergic Neurons & Pancreatic Beta Cells in Stiff-Man Syndrome
NEJM 322:1555-1560, Solimena,M.,et al, 1990

Autoantibodies to Glutamic Acid Decarboxylase in Pt with Stiff-Man Syndr, Epilepsy & Type I Diabetes Mellitus
NEJM 318:1012-1020, Solimena,M.,et al, 1988

Stiff-Man Syndrome, An Autoimmune Disease
NEJM 318:1060-1062, Layzer,R.B., 1988

Valproic Acid
NEJM 302:661-666, Brown,T.R., 1980

Levels of y-Aminobutyric Acid in Cerebrospinal Fluid in Various Neurologic Disorders
Arch Neurol 37:352-355, Manyam,N.V.B.,et al, 1980

Isoniazid Therapy of Huntington Disease
Neurol 29:370-375, Perry,T.L.,et al, 1979

Vitamin B-6-Dependent Seizures:Pathology & Chemical Findings in Brain
Neurol 28:47, Lott,I.T.,et al, 1978

Valproic Acid in Epilepsy:Clinical & Pharmacological Effects
Ann Neurol 3:20, Mattson,R.H.,et al, 1978

Huntington's Disease, CSF GABA Level in at-risk Individuals
Arch Neurol 35:728-730, Manyam,N.V.B.,et al, 1978

Huntington's Disease:Treatment with Muscimol, a GABA-Mimetic Drug
Ann Neurol 4:279-284, Shoulson,I.,et al, 1978

Identification of GABA in Human CSF by Gas Liquid Chromatography & Mass Spectrometry
NEJM 296:692, Huizinga,J.D.,et al, 1977

Treatment of Huntington's Chorea with Isoniazid
NEJM 297:840, 1977. (Letter), Perry,T.L.,et al, 1977

Huntington's Chorea, Changes in Neurotransmitter Receptors in the Brain
NEJM 294:1305, Enna,S.J.,et al, 1976

Overdose of Lioresal
Neurol 26:1105, Paulson,G.W., 1976

Huntington's Chorea-Deficiency of Y-Aminobutynic Acid in Brain
NEJM 288:337, 1973, 289:104, 1973, 292:10295., Perry,T.,et al, 1975

Catecholamines & Neurologic Diseases
NEJM 293:274, Moskowitz,M.A.,et al, 1975

The Chemistry & Kinetics of Lioresal
Postgrad Med Oct Suppl 1972, p 9., Faigle,J.,et al, 1972



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