Epileptic hypersynchrony revisited.

  title={Epileptic hypersynchrony revisited.},
  author={Doru Georg Margineanu},
  volume={21 15},
Synchronization of neuronal responses, which allows coordination of distributed activity patterns, is instrumental in brain functioning, as altered neuronal synchronization is involved in a variety of brain pathologies. Epileptic hypersynchrony chiefly relies on brain wiring, which, in a broader sense, means including astrocytic release of gliotransmitters and electrotonic coupling through gap junctions, beyond classical synaptic connections. Epileptic hypersynchrony also relies on electrical… CONTINUE READING
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