Epilepsy: Function of "brake cells" disrupted

22:00 EDT 3 Oct 2019 | Bionity

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In some forms of epilepsy, the function of certain "brake cells" in the brain is presumed to be disrupted. This may be one of the reasons why the electrical malfunction is able to spread from the point of origin across large parts of the brain. A current study by the University of Bonn, in which res...

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