A new experimental model for drug studies: effects of phenobarbital and phenytoin on photosensitivity in the lateral geniculate-kindled cat.

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Photosensitivity was acquired as a result of kindling in the lateral geniculate body (GL), and the GL-kindled cat pretreated with DL-allylglycine showed a stable level of photosensitivity. To test the usefulness as a model for the evaluation of anticonvulsant drugs, the effects of phenobarbital (PB) and phenytoin (PHT) on photosensitivity were studied in… (More)

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@article{Wada1987ANE, title={A new experimental model for drug studies: effects of phenobarbital and phenytoin on photosensitivity in the lateral geniculate-kindled cat.}, author={Yoshinao Wada and Hiroaki Okuda and K Yoshida and H Hasegawa and Itsuki Jibiki and Hiroshi Kido and Nobuharu Yamaguchi}, journal={Epilepsia}, year={1987}, volume={28 6}, pages={667-72} }