Peter Molnar
Peter Molnar
Associate Professor, ELTE
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei - Startseite
Zitiert von
Zitiert von
Viability and electrophysiology of neural cell structures generated by the inkjet printing method
T Xu, CA Gregory, P Molnar, X Cui, S Jalota, SB Bhaduri, T Boland
Biomaterials 27 (19), 3580-3588, 2006
Recurrent mossy fiber pathway in rat dentate gyrus: synaptic currents evoked in presence and absence of seizure-induced growth
MM Okazaki, P Molnár, JV Nadler
Journal of neurophysiology 81 (4), 1645-1660, 1999
Patterned cardiomyocytes on microelectrode arrays as a functional, high information content drug screening platform
A Natarajan, M Stancescu, V Dhir, C Armstrong, F Sommerhage, ...
Biomaterials 32 (18), 4267-4274, 2011
Electrophysiological characterization of embryonic hippocampal neurons cultured in a 3D collagen hydrogel
T Xu, P Molnar, C Gregory, M Das, T Boland, JJ Hickman
Biomaterials 30 (26), 4377-4383, 2009
Vinpocetine is as potent as phenytoin to block voltage-gated Na+ channels in rat cortical neurons
P Molnár, SL Erdő
European journal of pharmacology 273 (3), 303-306, 1995
Mossy fiber–granule cell synapses in the normal and epileptic rat dentate gyrus studied with minimal laser photostimulation
P Molnár, JV Nadler
Journal of neurophysiology 82 (4), 1883-1894, 1999
Embryonic motoneuron-skeletal muscle co-culture in a defined system
M Das, JW Rumsey, CA Gregory, N Bhargava, JF Kang, P Molnar, ...
Neuroscience 146 (2), 481-488, 2007
Microelectrode array recordings of cardiac action potentials as a high throughput method to evaluate pesticide toxicity
A Natarajan, P Molnar, K Sieverdes, A Jamshidi, JJ Hickman
Toxicology in Vitro 20 (3), 375-381, 2006
Characterization of a human fetal spinal cord stem cell line, NSI‐566RSC, and its induction to functional motoneurons
X Guo, K Johe, P Molnar, H Davis, J Hickman
Journal of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine 4 (3), 181-193, 2010
Differentiation of skeletal muscle and integration of myotubes with silicon microstructures using serum-free medium and a synthetic silane substrate
M Das, K Wilson, P Molnar, JJ Hickman
Nature protocols 2 (7), 1795-1801, 2007
Photolithographic patterning of C2C12 myotubes using vitronectin as growth substrate in serum‐free medium
P Molnar, W Wang, A Natarajan, JW Rumsey, JJ Hickman
Biotechnology progress 23 (1), 265-268, 2007
Vincamine and vincanol are potent blockers of voltage-gated Na+ channels
SL Erdõ, P Molnár, V Lakics, JZ Bence, Z Tömösközi
European journal of pharmacology 314 (1-2), 69-73, 1996
Electrophysiological and morphological characterization of rat embryonic motoneurons in a defined system
M Das, P Molnar, H Devaraj, M Poeta, JJ Hickman
Biotechnology progress 19 (6), 1756-1761, 2003
Synaptically-released zinc inhibits N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor activation at recurrent mossy fiber synapses
P Molnar, JV Nadler
Brain research 910 (1-2), 205-207, 2001
A new target for amyloid beta toxicity validated by standard and high-throughput electrophysiology
K Varghese, P Molnar, M Das, N Bhargava, S Lambert, MS Kindy, ...
PLoS One 5 (1), e8643, 2010
A defined system to allow skeletal muscle differentiation and subsequent integration with silicon microstructures
M Das, CA Gregory, P Molnar, LM Riedel, K Wilson, JJ Hickman
Biomaterials 27 (24), 4374-4380, 2006
Integration of functional myotubes with a Bio-MEMS device for non-invasive interrogation
K Wilson, P Molnar, J Hickman
Lab on a Chip 7 (7), 920-922, 2007
Long-term culture of embryonic rat cardiomyocytes on an organosilane surface in a serum-free medium
M Das, P Molnar, C Gregory, L Riedel, A Jamshidi, JJ Hickman
Biomaterials 25 (25), 5643-5647, 2004
Adult rat spinal cord culture on an organosilane surface in a novel serum-free medium
M Das, N Bhargava, C Gregory, L Riedel, P Molnar, JJ Hickman
In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology-Animal 41, 343-348, 2005
A phenotypic in vitro model for the main determinants of human whole heart function
M Stancescu, P Molnar, CW McAleer, W McLamb, CJ Long, C Oleaga, ...
Biomaterials 60, 20-30, 2015
Das System kann den Vorgang jetzt nicht ausführen. Versuchen Sie es später erneut.
Artikel 1–20