|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2007|
|Authors||Strohl, KP, Gallaugher, L, Lynn, A, Friedman, L, Hill, A, Singer, JB, Lander, ES, Nadeau, J|
Evident seizures during sleep are common in clinical practice but are uncommonly considered in animal models of epilepsy. A previous observation of spontaneous spike-and-wave activity during sleep in several A/J mice (A/J JAX) from Jackson Laboratory (Bar Harbor, ME) prompted this description of the inheritance of epileptic activity.