Antagonism of gamma-hydroxybutyrate-induced hypersynchronization in the ECoG of the rat by anti-petit mal drugs.


Administration of gamma-hydroxybutyrate (GHB) (200 mg/kg i.p.) in rats evoked a hypersynchronous electrocorticogram pattern which was antagonized by specific anti-petit mal agents, while other antiepileptic drugs exerted no influence, or even potentiated the effect of GHB. The specific sensitivity of the GHB-induced hypersynchrony to anti-petit mal agents… (More)


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