Attila Tóth, PhD

assistant professor

room: 6-317/a., phone: /8377
e-mail:tattila78@gmail.com

Research interest

  • Role of basal forebrain in the regulation of cortical activation
  • Synchronization mechanisms in the brain

Selected publications

Tünde Hajnik, Attila Tóth, László Détári. Characteristic changes in the slow cortical waves after a 6-hour sleep deprivation in rat. Brain Res., 2013, 1501: 1-11.

Attila Toth; Tunde Hajnik; Laszlo Detari. Cholinergic modulation of slow cortical rhythm in urethane-anesthetized rats. Brain Res. Bull. 2012, 87(1):117-29.

Attila Toth, Erika Gyengesi, Laszlo Zaborszky, Laszlo Detari. Interaction of slow cortical rhythm with somatosensory information processing in urethane-anesthetized rats. Brain Res., 2008, 1226:99-110.

Attila Tóth, Tünde Hajnik, László Záborszky, László Détári. Effect of basal forebrain neuropeptide Y administration on sleep and spontaneous behavior in freely moving rats. Brain Res. Bull. 2007, 72(4-6):293-301.

Viktor Szentgyörgyi, Balázs Balatoni, Attila Tóth, László Détári. Effect of cortical spreading depression on basal forebrain neurons. Experimental Brain Research, 2006, 169(2):261-5

Attila Tóth, László Záborszky, László Détári. EEG effect of basal forebrain neuropeptide Y administration in urethane anaesthetized rats. Brain Res. Bull. 2005 66(1), 37-42

Sandor Kantor, Rita Jakus, Eszter Molnar, Norbert Gyongyosi, Attila Toth, Laszlo Detari, Gyorgy Bagdy. Despite Similar Anxiolytic Potential, the 5-HT2C Receptor Antagonist SB-242084 and Chlordiazepoxide Produced Differential Effects on EEG Power Spectra. Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, 2005; 315 (2): 921-30