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Clavulanic acid does not affect convulsions in acute seizure tests in mice

Journal of Neural Transmission

Jun 4, 2011

Maciej GasiorPiotr Wlaź

Abstract

Clavulanic acid (CLAV) inhibits bacterial β-lactamases and is commonly used to aid antibiotic therapy. Prompted by the initial evidence suggestive of the potential anticonvulsant and neuroprotective properties of CLAV, the present study was undertaken to systematically evaluate its acut...read more

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Clavulanate
Motor Performance
Anticonvulsants
Benign Mixed Epithelial and Stromal Tumor of Kidney
Epilepsy
Kainic Acid
Lactamase
Cercopithecidae
Platyrrhini
Antiepileptic Agents
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Clavulanic acid does not affect convulsions in acute seizure tests in mice

Journal of Neural Transmission

Jun 4, 2011

Maciej GasiorPiotr Wlaź

PMID: 21638029

DOI: 10.1007/s00702-011-0662-1

Abstract

Clavulanic acid (CLAV) inhibits bacterial β-lactamases and is commonly used to aid antibiotic therapy. Prompted by the initial evidence suggestive of the potential anticonvulsant and neuroprotective properties of CLAV, the present study was undertaken to systematically evaluate its acut...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Clavulanate
Motor Performance
Anticonvulsants
Benign Mixed Epithelial and Stromal Tumor of Kidney
Epilepsy
Kainic Acid
Lactamase
Cercopithecidae
Platyrrhini
Antiepileptic Agents

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