Stopping power surges in the brain

Anti-seizure medications act on different neural targets to prevent epilepsy.

About five million people are diagnosed with epilepsy globally each year. Epilepsy occurs when the brain experiences excessive electrical activities between neurons, causing recurrent seizures. Anti-seizure medications prevent abnormal brain activity and restore neurotransmission balance. 

Download this poster from Drug Discovery News to explore the mechanisms underlying seizures and how different anti-seizure treatments work in the brain.