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Interfering with the adhesion of immune cells to the cerebral vasculature holds seizures in check, potentially opening a new realm of therapeutics (pages 1377–1383).

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  1. Jonathan K. Kleen and Gregory L. Holmes are in the Department of Neurology, Dartmouth Medical School, 1 Medical Center Drive, Lebanon, New Hampshire 03756, USA.  Gregory.L.Holmes@Dartmouth.edu

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