Novel therapeutic targets for epilepsy intervention


Epilepsy is an important neurological disorder which has been reported in literature since 3000 years. It has been found to affect about 1% of population worldwide and has profoundly affected many aspects of quality of life [1,2]. The incidences of epilepsy are currently seen more in the developing countries than the developed countries and it affects people of all races, ages and social groups [3]. Rural population of the developing countries is more affected than the urban population [3]. Epilepsy is primarily a disorder characterised by spontaneously occurring seizures that involves hyperexcitable neurons [1,4].


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