Epileptic
Disorders

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An epileptic disorder is a chronic neurological condition characterized by recurrent epileptic seizures. Epileptic seizures are characterized by a hypersynchrony and hyperexcitability of one, or several, neural networks, leading to the apparition of spontaneous epileptiform events that we record by EEG.

These events can be used as translational decision-making biomarkers for drug discovery.

Having an anti-epileptic compound library to screen?
Discover the MTLE mouse

Wishing to evaluate your compound pro-epileptic effect?
Discover the GAERS rat