Antiepileptogenic properties of phenobarbital: behavior and neurochemical analysis.

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Chronic in vivo models of epilepsy provide a suitable strategy for quantifying epileptogenesis, as well as investigating neurochemical changes associated with neuronal plasticity that leads to seizuring conditions. The aim of this paper was to investigate antiepileptogenic properties of phenobarbital, focusing on the neurochemical changes associated with… (More)

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@article{Brum2000AntiepileptogenicPO, title={Antiepileptogenic properties of phenobarbital: behavior and neurochemical analysis.}, author={L F Silva Brum and Elaine Elisabetsky}, journal={Pharmacology, biochemistry, and behavior}, year={2000}, volume={67 3}, pages={411-6} }