Benign Familial Infantile Epilepsy
Last Posted: Jun 22, 2021
- Genome sequencing of 320 Chinese children with epilepsy: a clinical and molecular study.
Zou Dongfang et al. Brain : a journal of neurology 2021
- Determining the best candidates for next-generation sequencing-based gene panel for evaluation of early-onset epilepsy.
Lee Jiwon et al. Molecular genetics & genomic medicine 2020 Jul e1376
- Genetic analysis of benign familial epilepsies in the first year of life in a Chinese cohort.
Zeng Qi, et al. Journal of human genetics 2017 11
- Mutations in PRRT2 are not a common cause of infantile epileptic encephalopathies.
Heron Sarah E, et al. Epilepsia 2013 5 (5) e86-9
- Genetic analysis of PRRT2 for benign infantile epilepsy, infantile convulsions with choreoathetosis syndrome, and benign convulsions with mild gastroenteritis.
Ishii A, et al. Brain & development 2012 10
- PRRT2 mutations cause hemiplegic migraine.
Riant F, et al. Neurology 2012 10
- Benign familial infantile epilepsy
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