Zoltán Rusznák
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A cytoarchitectonic and chemoarchitectonic analysis of the dopamine cell groups in the substantia nigra, ventral tegmental area, and retrorubral field in the mouse
YH Fu, Y Yuan, G Halliday, Z Rusznák, C Watson, G Paxinos
Brain Structure and Function 217, 591-612, 2012
Presynaptic rat Kv1. 2 channels suppress synaptic terminal hyperexcitability following action potential invasion
PD Dodson, B Billups, Z Rusznák, G Szűcs, MC Barker, ID Forsythe
The Journal of physiology 550 (1), 27-33, 2003
Action potentials and potassium currents in rat ventricular muscle during experimental diabetes
J Magyar, Z Rusznak, P Szentesi, G Szucs, L Kovacs
Journal of molecular and cellular cardiology 24 (8), 841-853, 1992
Modulation of a presynaptic hyperpolarization‐activated cationic current (Ih) at an excitatory synaptic terminal in the rat auditory brainstem
MF Cuttle, Z Rusznák, AYC Wong, S Owens, ID Forsythe
The Journal of physiology 534 (3), 733-744, 2001
Mitochondrial expression of the two-pore domain TASK-3 channels in malignantly transformed and non-malignant human cells
Z Rusznák, G Bakondi, L Kosztka, K Pocsai, B Dienes, J Fodor, A Telek, ...
Virchows Archiv 452, 415-426, 2008
Cellular composition characterizing postnatal development and maturation of the mouse brain and spinal cord
YH Fu, Z Rusznák, S Herculano-Houzel, C Watson, G Paxinos
Brain Structure and Function 218, 1337-1354, 2013
Spiral ganglion neurones: an overview of morphology, firing behaviour, ionic channels and function
Z Rusznák, G Szűcs
Pflügers Archiv-European Journal of Physiology 457, 1303-1325, 2009
Adult neurogenesis and gliogenesis: possible mechanisms for neurorestoration
Z Rusznák, W Henskens, E Schofield, WS Kim, YH Fu
Experimental neurobiology 25 (3), 103, 2016
Contrasting Ca2+ channel subtypes at cell bodies and synaptic terminals of rat anterioventral cochlear bushy neurones
JM Doughty, M Barnes‐Davies, Z Rusznák, C Harasztosi, ID Forsythe
The Journal of physiology 512 (2), 365-376, 1998
The Penicillium chrysogenum-derived antifungal peptide shows no toxic effects on mammalian cells in the intended therapeutic concentration
H Szappanos, GP Szigeti, B Pál, Z Rusznák, G Szűcs, É Rajnavölgyi, ...
Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology 371, 122-132, 2005
The antifungal protein AFP secreted by Aspergillus giganteus does not cause detrimental effects on certain mammalian cells
H Szappanos, GP Szigeti, B Pál, Z Rusznák, G Szűcs, É Rajnavölgyi, ...
Peptides 27 (7), 1717-1725, 2006
Differential effects of fluoxetine enantiomers in mammalian neural and cardiac tissues
J Magyar, Z Rusznák, C Harasztosi, Á Körtvély, P Pacher, T Bányász, ...
International journal of molecular medicine 11 (4), 535-542, 2003
Inhibition of TASK-3 (KCNK9) channel biosynthesis changes cell morphology and decreases both DNA content and mitochondrial function of melanoma cells maintained in cell culture
L Kosztka, Z Rusznák, D Nagy, Z Nagy, J Fodor, G Szucs, A Telek, ...
Melanoma Research 21 (4), 308-322, 2011
Melanoma cells exhibit strong intracellular TASK-3-specific immunopositivity in both tissue sections and cell culture
K Pocsai, L Kosztka, G Bakondi, M Gönczi, J Fodor, B Dienes, P Szentesi, ...
Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences CMLS 63, 2364-2376, 2006
Differential distribution of TASK-1, TASK-2 and TASK-3 immunoreactivities in the rat and human cerebellum
Z Rusznak, K Pocsai, I Kovacs, A Por, B Pal, T Biro, G Szücs
Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences CMLS 61, 1532-1542, 2004
Ionic currents determining the membrane characteristics of type I spiral ganglion neurons of the guinea pig
ZS Szabó, CS Harasztosi, I Sziklai, G Szűcs, Z Rusznak
European Journal of Neuroscience 16 (10), 1887-1895, 2002
Norfluoxetine and fluoxetine have similar anticonvulsant and Ca2+ channel blocking potencies
V Kecskeméti, Z Rusznák, P Riba, B Pál, R Wagner, C Harasztosi, ...
Brain research bulletin 67 (1-2), 126-132, 2005
Musculotopic organization of the motor neurons supplying forelimb and shoulder girdle muscles in the mouse
T Bácskai, Y Fu, G Sengul, Z Rusznák, G Paxinos, C Watson
Brain Structure and Function 218, 221-238, 2013
Silencing the KCNK9 potassium channel (TASK-3) gene disturbs mitochondrial function, causes mitochondrial depolarization, and induces apoptosis of human melanoma cells
D Nagy, M Gönczi, B Dienes, Á Szöőr, J Fodor, Z Nagy, A Tóth, T Fodor, ...
Archives of dermatological research 306, 885-902, 2014
Musculotopic organization of the motor neurons supplying the mouse hindlimb muscles: a quantitative study using Fluoro-Gold retrograde tracing
T Bácskai, Z Rusznák, G Paxinos, C Watson
Brain Structure and Function 219, 303-321, 2014
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