Epilepsy animation

SCIENTIFIC ANIMATION

An epileptic seizure can occur when neurons within the brain start firing abnormally. The firing or action potentials of such neurons can be in part controlled through the opening and closing of sodium channels.

This medical animation highlights the important role that these channels have in modulating the action potential of neurons and how their modulation can help treat patients who suffer from epileptic seizures.

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