The effect of neuronal population size on the development of epileptiform discharges in the low calcium model of epilepsy.

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The CA1 region of the rat hippocampal slice generates spontaneous electrographic seizures (field bursts) when exposed to ACSF containing < or = 0.2 mM calcium. It has been proposed that, particularly during the early part of a field burst, synchronised activity in small independent aggregates of neurons results in low amplitude irregular population spikes… (More)

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@article{Fox2007TheEO, title={The effect of neuronal population size on the development of epileptiform discharges in the low calcium model of epilepsy.}, author={John R. Fox and Marom Bikson and John G. R. Jefferys}, journal={Neuroscience letters}, year={2007}, volume={411 2}, pages={158-61} }