Progesterone vs. Progestin

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Dr. Elise Schroeder, ZRT Laboratory Clinical Consultant, talks about the difference between progesterone and progestins, terms which are often used interchangeably by mistake.

Treatment of Epilepsy

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Michael Rogawski (University of California, Davis) summarizes his research on the antiepileptic activity of neurosteroids (e.g. ganaxolone, allopregnanolone). They are allosteric modulators of GABAA receptors and are active in many models of epilepsy. They are expected, however, to be most effective in catamenial epilepsy, infantile spasms or adult partial seizures. National Institutes of Health (NIH) is currently sponsoring a clinical trial of progesterone (precursor of allopregnanolone)...