A normal audiogenic
startle reflex was first quantifiably studied by Jacobsen (1926), with further study by Landis and Hunt, (1936, 1937, 1939).
startle response in Tourette's syndrome.
Furthermore, some analogs of [alpha]-pinene prevent the audiogenic
seizures in susceptible rats (Consroe et al.
Differential effects of prenatal and postnatal audiogenic
stress on fluctuating dental symmetry.
The researchers also point out that previous mouse studies have implicated the modifier gene on chromosome 4 in audiogenic
seizures, another form of epilepsy.
Viral gene transfer was used to alter expression of GABA receptor a-1 subunits and GAD production to study effects on the audiogenic
seizure (AGS) model for epilepsy.
The effects of audiogenic
stress on the growth of long bones in the laboratory rat (Rattus norvegicus).
micro]1 subunit expression on audiogenic
seizure (AGS) activity in seizure-resistant and susceptible Long-Evans rats.