Yossi Buskila School of Medicine, Western Sydney University, 2012-2020
1 protocol

Orsolya Kekesi
  • Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Biomedicine Discovery Institute & Department of Physiology, Monash University
Research focus
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  • 1 Author merit

Education

Ph.D, School fo Medicine, Western Sydney University, Australia

Publications

• Kékesi, O., Liang, H., Münch, G., Morley, J. W., Gyengesi, E. and Buskila, Y. (2019). The differential impact of acute microglia activation on the excitability of cholinergic neurons in the mouse medial septum. Brain Structure and Function 224(7): 2297-2309.
• Yossi Buskila, Orsolya Kékesi, Alba Bellot-Saez, Winston Seah, Tracey Berg, Michael Trpceski and Lezanne Ooi (2019). Targeting the mechanisms governing alterations in motor neuron excitability in MND. Cell Death and Disease 10(4):310
• Szabó, Z., Héja, L., Szalay, G., Kékesi, O., Füredi, A., Szebényi, K., Dobolyi, Á., Orbán, T. I., Kolacsek, O., Tompa, T., Miskolczy, Z., Biczók, L., Rózsa, B., Sarkadi, B. and Kardos, J. (2017). Extensive astrocyte synchronization advances neuronal coupling in slow wave activity in vivo. Sci Rep 7(1): 6018.
• Cameron, M. A., Kekesi, O., Morley, J. W., Bellot-Saez, A., Kueh, S., Breen, P., van Schaik, A., Tapson, J. and Buskila, Y. (2017). Prolonged Incubation of Acute Neuronal Tissue for Electrophysiology and Calcium-imaging. J Vis Exp(120).
• Bellot-Saez, A., Kékesi, O., Morley, J. W. and Buskila, Y. (2017). Astrocytic modulation of neuronal excitability through K+ spatial buffering. Neurosci Biobehav Rev Jun; 77:87-97.
• Cameron, M., Kekesi, O., Morley, J. W., Tapson, J., Breen, P. P., van Schaik, A. and Buskila, Y. (2016). Calcium Imaging of AM Dyes Following Prolonged Incubation in Acute Neuronal Tissue. PLoS One 11(5): e0155468.
• Ma, X., Lubin, H., Ioja, E., Kekesi, O., Simon, A., Apati, A., Orban, T. I., Heja, L., Kardos, J. and Marko, I. E. (2016). Straightforward and effective synthesis of gamma-aminobutyric acid transporter subtype 2-selective acyl-substituted azaspiro[4.5]decanes. Bioorg Med Chem Lett 26(2): 417-423.
• Kékesi, O., Ioja, E., Szabó, Z., Kardos, J. and Heja, L. (2015). Recurrent seizure-like events are associated with coupled astroglial synchronization. Front Cell Neurosci 9: 215.
• Szabó, M., Veres, Z., Bátai-Konczos, A., Kékesi, O., Kis, E., Szabó, K. and Jemnitz, K. (2014). Statins alter the hepatobiliary transport of unconjugated and conjugated bilirubin in sandwich-cultured rat hepatocytes. Toxicol In Vitro 28(6): 1136-1143.
• Murányi, M., Cinar, R., Kékesi, O., Birkás, E., Fábián, G., Bozó, B., Zentai, A., Tóth, G., Kicsi, E. G., Mácsai, M., Dochnal, R., Szabó, G. and Szűcs, M. (2013). Ligand-specific regulation of the endogenous mu-opioid receptor by chronic treatment with mu-opioid peptide agonists. Biomed Res Int 2013: 501086.
• Cinar, R., Kékesi, O., Birkás, E., Fábián, G., Schmidhammer, H. and Szűcs, M. (2013). Lack of regulatory changes of micro-opioid receptors by 14-methoxymetopon treatment in rat brain. Further evidence for functional selectivity. Curr Pharm Des 19(42): 7348-7354.
• Héja, L., Nyitrai, G., Kékesi, O., Dobolyi, A., Szabó, P., Fiáth, R., Ulbert, I., Pál-Szenthe, B., Palkovits, M. and Kardos, J. (2012). Astrocytes convert network excitation to tonic inhibition of neurons. BMC Biol 10: 26.
• Nyitrai, G., Kékesi, O., Pál, I., Keglevich, P., Csíki, Z., Fügedi, P., Simon, Á., Fitos, I., Németh, K., Visy, J., Tárkányi, G. and Kardos, J. (2012). Assessing toxicity of polyamidoamine dendrimers by neuronal signaling functions. Nanotoxicology 6(6): 576-586.
• Kékesi, O., Tuboly, G., Szűcs, M., Birkás, E., Morvay, Z., Benedek, G. and Horváth, G. (2011). Long-lasting, distinct changes in central opioid receptor and urinary bladder functions in models of schizophrenia in rats. Eur J Pharmacol 661(1-3): 35-41.
1 Protocol published
Method for Prolonged Incubation of Brain Slices
Authors:  Orsolya Kekesi and Yossi Buskila, date: 07/20/2020, view: 207, Q&A: 0
Slices of neuronal tissue maintain a high degree of topographical and functional properties of neurons and glia and therefore are extensively used for measurements of neuronal activity at the molecular, cellular and network levels. However, the ...
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