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Animal Models of Epilepsy: Legacies and New Directions

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Jan 3, 2015

Brian P Grone, Scott C. Baraban

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Human epilepsies encompass a wide variety of clinical, behavioral and electrical manifestations. Correspondingly, studies of this disease in nonhuman animals have brought forward an equally wide array of animal models, i.e. species and acute or chronic seizure induction protocols. Epile...read more

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  • Animal Models of Epilepsy: Legacies and New Directions

    bioRxiv

    Jan 3, 2015

    Brian P Grone, Scott C. Baraban

    PMID: 990013136

    DOI: 10.1101/013136

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    Human epilepsies encompass a wide variety of clinical, behavioral and electrical manifestations. Correspondingly, studies of this disease in nonhuman animals have brought forward an equally wide array of animal models, i.e. species and acute or chronic seizure induction protocols. Epile...read more

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