A New Molecular Mechanism Underlying Epileptogenesis, and a Novel Therapeutic Strategy for Treating Epilepsy

Alqurashi, Roaya.


  • Epilepsy is the fourth most prevalent neurological disorder and starts with an abnormal hyper-synchronized neuronal discharge, i.e., a seizure. A status epilepticus (SE) or any brain injury (genetic or acquired) could cause the initial seizure. After the initial seizure, ill-defined molecular and neuronal remodeling occurs in a process called epileptogenesis and results in spontaneous recurrent ... read more
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