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Researchers identify new way to treat genetic epilepsy by replacing ‘lost’ enzyme

Scientists at the Crick have found a new treatment target for CDKL5 deficiency disorder (CDD), one of the most common types of genetic epilepsy.
15 Feb 2024
Written by Katherine Denyer
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