Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
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Eva M Jimenez-Mateos(46)
Jochen H M Prehn(25)
Ross C McKiernan(13)
Michael A Farrell(12)
Donncha F O'Brien(12)
Gary P Brennan(12)
M Teresa Miras-Portugal(12)
Roger P Simon(11)
Raymond L Stallings(9)
Cristina R Reschke(8)
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P2X7 antagonists as frontline or adjunctive treatment against status epilepticus. It is shown that P2X7 antagonists can be used for frontline or adjunctive treatment for the ameloration or termination of status epilepticus and neonatal seizures, especially refractory status epilepticus or neonatal seizures. Combination with current anticonvulsants, particularly GABA-based anticonvulsants such as benzodiazepines or barbiturates, results in the effective termination of status epilepticus, even when it is refractory.
A method for preventing or treating epilepsy or status epilepticus, or a brain-related disorder characterised by precipitation of seizures, in an individual, the method comprising the step of treating the individual with an agent capable of inhibiting the activity of miR-134 in the individual, wherein the agent is delivered to the brain of the individual.
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