Mechanisms underlying neuronal migration disorders and epilepsy.


Neuronal migration disorders are often associated with intractable epilepsy. These cortical malformations are quite heterogeneous, suggesting that they may result from interference with a diverse set of processes during corticogenesis. Progress toward understanding the pathophysiologic basis of these disorders is coming from research into the basic… (More)


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@article{Flint1997MechanismsUN, title={Mechanisms underlying neuronal migration disorders and epilepsy.}, author={Alexander C. Flint and Arnold R Kriegstein}, journal={Current opinion in neurology}, year={1997}, volume={10 2}, pages={92-7} }