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Identification of kinase inhibitors that protect against seizures in zebrafish and rodent models of epilepsy

Auorz, N. and Serruys, A. and Chabwine, J. and Balegamire, P. B. and Afrikanova, T. and Edrada-Ebel, Ruangelie and Gray, Alexander and Kamuhabwa, A. R. and Walrave, L. and Clinckers, R. and Esguerra, Camila V. and de Witte, Peter A. M. and Crawford, Alexander D. and Smolders, I. J. (2012) Identification of kinase inhibitors that protect against seizures in zebrafish and rodent models of epilepsy. In: 10th European Congress on Epileptology, 2012-09-30 - 2012-10-04, Excel London.

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