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Inserm, Université de Rennes

Pascal BENQUET
pascal.benquet@univ-rennes1.fr

Bat 22, Campus de Beaulieu
35042
Rennes
http://www.ltsi.univ-rennes1.fr/?q=node/225

Key words: Brain ;EEG ;Epilepsy ;functional Connectivity ;Electrophysiology ;Computational modeling; Neurophysiology

Main publications over the last few years:

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Wendling F, Gerber U, Cosandier-Rimele D, Nica A, De Montigny J, Raineteau O, Kalitzin S, Lopes da Silva F and Benquet PBrain (Hyper)Excitability Revealed by Optimal Electrical Stimulation of GABAergic Interneurons. Brain Stimul 2016

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Kurbatova P, Wendling F, Kaminska A, Rosati A, Nabbout R, Guerrini R, Dulac O, Pons G, Cornu C, Nony P; CRESIM/EpiCRESIM Study Group, Chiron C and Benquet PDynamic changes of depolarizing GABA in a computational model of epileptogenic brain: Insight for Dravet syndrome. Exp Neurol 2016, 28357-72.

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Hassan M, Benquet P, Biraben A, Berrou C, Dufor O and Wendling FDynamic reorganization of functional brain networks during picture naming. Cortex 2015, 73276-88.

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Wendling F, Bartolomei F, Mina F, Huneau C and Benquet PInterictal spikes, fast ripples and seizures in partial epilepsies--combining multi-level computational models with experimental data. Eur J Neurosci 2012, 362164-77.

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Demont-Guignard S, Benquet P, Gerber U, Biraben A, Martin B and Wendling FDistinct hyperexcitability mechanisms underlie fast ripples and epileptic spikes. Ann Neurol 2012, 71342-52.

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