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Folic Acid and Epilepsy
Diuretics as Antiepileptic Drugs
DIURETICS AS ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUGS
ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUGS AND HOMOCYSTEINE LEVELS
STATUS EPILEPTICUS IN ACUTE SETTINGS
EPILEPSY RISK AND SPONTANEOUS ABORTION
Block of T-Type Ca2+ Channels Is an Important Action of Succinimide Antiabsence Drugs
Block of Thalamic T-Type Ca2+ Channels by Ethosuximide Is Not the Whole Story
NEW EVIDENCE SUPPORTING A ROLE FOR T-TYPE CA2+ CHANNELS IN ABSENCE EPILEPSY AND IN THE ACTION OF ETHOSUXIMIDE
INSIGHTS INTO THE CELLULAR BASIS OF POSTTRAUMATIC EPILEPSY
AN IN VITRO MODEL OF STROKE-INDUCED EPILEPTOGENESIS
DOES THE DEVELOPMENT OF A GABAERGIC PHENOTYPE BY HIPPOCAMPAL DENTATE GYRUS GRANULE CELLS CONTRIBUTE TO EPILEPTOGENESIS?