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In vitro characterisation and modulation of evolving epileptiform activity

@inproceedings{Codadu2018InVC,
  title={In vitro characterisation and modulation of evolving epileptiform activity},
  author={Neela K Codadu},
  year={2018}
}
  • Neela K Codadu
  • Published 2018
  • Chemistry
  • Understanding the role of different neuronal populations in the evolution of epileptic activity remains a major goal for epilepsy research. Physiological neuronal networks may become hyperexcitable if they tip over some apparent threshold level of excitation, or below some threshold level of inhibition, although this process, termed ictogenesis is not understood. This hyperexcitable state of the network underlies the pathological condition of epilepsy. Clinical evidence suggests strongly that… CONTINUE READING

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