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Gene expression profile in pharmacoresistant epilepsy in children


Epilepsy is the most prevalent CNS disease in the world, affecting 1% of general population. In children, epilepsy in frequently associated to brain lesions, both of neoplastic and non-neoplastic etiology, such as disembrioplasic neuroepithelial tumors (DNET) and diffuse cortical dysplasia (DCD) respectively. Epileptic syndromes beginning in childhood may render severe neurological impairments. Researches on animal models have shown alterations in cell expression of different proteins, suggesting alterations on gene expression in this disease. The information related to epilepsy in humans is scarce, particularly in children, and may render substrate to new therapeutical approaches in this field (AU)

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GROTTO, DENISE; VALENTINI, JULIANA; SERPELONI, JULIANA MARA; PONTE MONTEIRO, PATRICIA ALVES; LATORRACA, ELDER FRANCISCO; DE OLIVEIRA, RICARDO SANTOS; GREGGI ANTUNES, LUSANIA MARIA; GARCIA, SOLANGE CRISTINA; BARBOSA, JR., FERNANDO. Evaluation of toxic effects of a diet containing fish contaminated with methylmercury in rats mimicking the exposure in the Amazon riverside population. Environmental Research, v. 111, n. 8, p. 1074-1082, . (09/11102-3, 11/07416-2, 11/07498-9, 07/05221-4, 07/04538-4)

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