Increased hippocampal noradrenaline is a biomarker for efficacy of vagus nerve stimulation in a limbic seizure model

@article{Raedt2011IncreasedHN,
  title={Increased hippocampal noradrenaline is a biomarker for efficacy of vagus nerve stimulation in a limbic seizure model},
  author={R. Raedt and R. Clinckers and L. Mollet and K. Vonck and R. El Tahry and T. Wyckhuys and V. De Herdt and E. Carrette and W. Wadman and Y. Michotte and I. Smolders and P. Boon and A. Meurs},
  journal={Journal of Neurochemistry},
  year={2011},
  volume={117}
}
J. Neurochem. (2011) 117, 461–469. 
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