α-Guanidinoglutaric Acid and Epilepsy
The application of metallic cobalt to the cerebral cortex results in an experimental model of chronic focal epilepsy1,2 Many biochemical studies on this focus tissue have been performed to explore seizure mechanism3–6, though the induction phenomenon itself is not well understood.
KeywordsGlutamic Acid Glutaric Acid Metallic Cobalt Argininic Acid Sensory Motor Cortex
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