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Interpretation of the regulatory mechanisms of the occurrence of epileptic activity in neural networks. II. The structure of neural networks and the possibility of paroxysmal discharges: the role of inhibitory systems



Interpretation of the regulatory mechanisms of the occurrence of epileptic activity in neural networks. II. The structure of neural networks and the possibility of paroxysmal discharges: the role of inhibitory systems



Przeglad Lekarski 45(12): 847-850




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