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Original Research Paper Paroxysmal slow cortical activity in Alzheimer’s disease and epilepsy is associated with blood-brain barrier dysfunction
DOI: 10.1126/scitranslmed.aaw8954
Science Translational Medicine , Dec 3, 2019
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How to cite: Readers should cite both the Bio-protocol article and the original research article where this protocol was used:
1. Friedman, A. and Milikovsky, D. Z.(2022). ECOG/EEG analysis. Bio-protocol. bio-protocol.org/prep1528.
2. Milikovsky, D., Ofer, J., Senatorov, V., Friedman, A., Prager, O., Sheintuch, L., Elazari, N., Veksler, R., Zelig, D., Weissberg, I., Bar-Klein, G., Swissa, E., Hanael, E., Ben-Arie, G., Schefenbauer, O., Kamintsky, L., Saar-Ashkenazy, R., Shelef, I., Shamir, M., Goldberg, I., Glik, A., Benninger, F., Kaufer, D., Friedman, A. and Jr., V.(2019). Paroxysmal slow cortical activity in Alzheimer’s disease and epilepsy is associated with blood-brain barrier dysfunction . Science Translational Medicine 11(521). DOI: 10.1126/scitranslmed.aaw8954
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