Hippocampal cell proliferation and epileptogenesis after audiogenic kindling are not accompanied by mossy fiber sprouting or Fluoro-Jade staining.

Abstract

Repetitive sound-induced seizures, known as audiogenic kindling (AK), gradually induce the transference of epileptic activity from brainstem to forebrain structures along with behavioral changes. The aim of our work was to correlate the behavioral changes observed during the AK with possible alterations in neuronal proliferation, cell death, hippocampal… (More)

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