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Washington, Jan. 25 (ANI): A new study has recently identified a novel target to treat epilepsy, it has been reported. According to the research a single gene that coordinates a network of about 400 genes involved in epilepsy...
Sleeping on the stomach may raise the risk of sudden unexpected death in people with epilepsy, a new study finds. Researchers say sleeping on the back instead may reduce this risk.
A GENE which controls a network of hundreds of other genes in people with epilepsy has been discovered by scientists in what is being described as the beginning of a “new scientific approach” to finding a cure for the condition.
( University of Bonn ) An international team of scientists together with the University of Bonn Hospital have taken a new path in the research into causes of epilepsy: The researchers determined the networks of the active genes...
A single gene that coordinates a network of about 400 genes involved in epilepsy could be a target for new treatments, according to research. Epilepsy is a common and serious disease that affects around 50 million people...
A single gene that coordinates a network of about 400 genes involved in epilepsy could be a target for new treatments, according to research.
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