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Additionally, the KO mice were reported to be highly defenseless against audiogenic
Electrocorticography (ECoG) recordings during stimulation were characterized by spike and spike-waves in accordance with the nature of audiogenic
van Rijn, "Proepileptic effects of the cannabinoid receptor antagonist SR141716 in a model of audiogenic
epilepsy," Epilepsy Research, vol.
Wada et al., "Mice expressing only monosialoganglioside GM3 exhibit lethal audiogenic
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Prevention by cycloeximide of the audiogenic
seizures and TRP metabolic disturbances of ethanol withdrawal in rats.
They named it Feline Audiogenic
Reflex Seizures (FARS), a condition triggered by high-pitched sounds such as crinkling tin foil and clanging metal spoons.
Experts identified a new syndrome, termed "feline audiogenic
Cardiac dysfunction in rats prone to audiogenic
(1996)  who studied the effect of intraperitoneal administration of lamotrigine (0.5-10 mg/kg) on audiogenic
seizures (sound induced) in mice and demonstrated that lamotrigine was able to antagonize the audiogenic
seizures in a dose-dependent manner.
Alexiuk, "Effects of valproate on amino acid and monoamine concentrations in striatum of audiogenic
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A startle reflex that is elicited by an unpredicted noise is referred to as an acoustic or audiogenic
startle reflex, (Wilkens, Hallett, & Wess, 1986; Brown, Rothwell, Thompson, Britton, Day, & Marsden, 1991; Gluck, Mercado, & Myers, 2008).