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Tupal Srinivasan
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Evidence supporting a role of serotonin in modulation of sudden death induced by seizures in DBA/2 mice
S Tupal, CL Faingold
Epilepsia 47 (1), 21-26, 2006
2062006
Developmental origin of preBötzinger complex respiratory neurons
PA Gray, JA Hayes, GY Ling, I Llona, S Tupal, MCD Picardo, SE Ross, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (44), 14883-14895, 2010
1962010
DBA/1 mice exhibit chronic susceptibility to audiogenic seizures followed by sudden death associated with respiratory arrest
CL Faingold, M Randall, S Tupal
Epilepsy & Behavior 17 (4), 436-440, 2010
1132010
Novel mutations in ATP1A3 associated with catastrophic early life epilepsy, episodic prolonged apnea, and postnatal microcephaly
AR Paciorkowski, SS McDaniel, LA Jansen, H Tully, E Tuttle, ...
Epilepsia 56 (3), 422-430, 2015
1122015
Prevention of seizure-induced sudden death in a chronic SUDEP model by semichronic administration of a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor
CL Faingold, S Tupal, M Randall
Epilepsy & Behavior 22 (2), 186-190, 2011
992011
Adenosine A1 receptor protects against cisplatin ototoxicity by suppressing the NOX3/STAT1 inflammatory pathway in the cochlea
T Kaur, V Borse, S Sheth, K Sheehan, S Ghosh, S Tupal, S Jajoo, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (14), 3962-3977, 2016
812016
Abnormal serotonin receptor expression in DBA/2 mice associated with susceptibility to sudden death due to respiratory arrest
VV Uteshev, S Tupal, Y Mhaskar, CL Faingold
Epilepsy research 88 (2-3), 183-188, 2010
812010
Epigallocatechin-3-gallate, a prototypic chemopreventative agent for protection against cisplatin-based ototoxicity
V Borse, RFH Al Aameri, K Sheehan, S Sheth, T Kaur, D Mukherjea, ...
Cell death & disease 8 (7), e2921-e2921, 2017
632017
Atoh1 governs the migration of postmitotic neurons that shape respiratory effectiveness at birth and chemoresponsiveness in adulthood
WH Huang, S Tupal, TW Huang, CS Ward, JL Neul, TJ Klisch, PA Gray, ...
Neuron 75 (5), 799-809, 2012
472012
Dysregulation of locus coeruleus development in congenital central hypoventilation syndrome
H Nobuta, MR Cilio, O Danhaive, HH Tsai, S Tupal, SM Chang, A Murnen, ...
Acta neuropathologica 130, 171-183, 2015
432015
Fenfluramine, a serotonin‐releasing drug, prevents seizure‐induced respiratory arrest and is anticonvulsant in the DBA/1 mouse model of SUDEP
S Tupal, CL Faingold
Epilepsia 60 (3), 485-494, 2019
402019
Early investigational drugs for hearing loss
D Mukherjea, S Ghosh, P Bhatta, S Sheth, S Tupal, V Borse, T Brozoski, ...
Expert opinion on investigational drugs 24 (2), 201-217, 2015
382015
Testing the role of preBötzinger Complex somatostatin neurons in respiratory and vocal behaviors
S Tupal, MA Rieger, GY Ling, TJ Park, JD Dougherty, AK Goodchild, ...
European Journal of Neuroscience 40 (7), 3067-3077, 2014
262014
Atoh1-dependent rhombic lip neurons are required for temporal delay between independent respiratory oscillators in embryonic mice
S Tupal, WH Huang, MCD Picardo, GY Ling, CA Del Negro, HY Zoghbi, ...
Elife 3, e02265, 2014
252014
The role of PHOX2B‐derived astrocytes in chemosensory control of breathing and sleep homeostasis
CM Czeisler, TM Silva, SR Fair, J Liu, S Tupal, B Kaya, A Cowgill, ...
The Journal of physiology 597 (8), 2225-2251, 2019
222019
The amygdala to periaqueductal gray pathway: plastic changes induced by audiogenic kindling and reversal by gabapentin
S Tupal, CL Faingold
Brain research 1475, 71-79, 2012
172012
DBA mice as models of sudden unexpected death in epilepsy
CL Faingold, S Tupal, Y Mhaskar, VV Uteshev
Sudden death in epilepsy: forensic and clinical issues, 657-674, 2010
152010
Inhibition of adenylyl cyclase in amygdala blocks the effect of audiogenic seizure kindling in genetically epilepsy-prone rats
S Tupal, C Faingold
Neuropharmacology 59 (1-2), 107-111, 2010
152010
Precipitous induction of audiogenic kindling by activation of adenylyl cyclase in the amygdala
S Tupal, CL Faingold
Epilepsia 51 (3), 354-361, 2010
132010
Serotonin 5-HT4 receptors play a critical role in the action of fenfluramine to block seizure-induced sudden death in a mouse model of SUDEP
S Tupal, CL Faingold
Epilepsy Research 177, 106777, 2021
102021
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