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References for 4-Aminopyridine:

1. Bever, C. T., Jr. 10 questions about 4-aminopyridine and the treatment of multiple sclerosis. Neurologist, 15: 161-162, 2009.

2. Smith, C., Kongsamut, S., Wang, H., Ji, J., Kang, J., and Rampe, D. In Vitro electrophysiological activity of nerispirdine, a novel 4-aminopyridine derivative. Clin Exp Pharmacol Physiol, 36: 1104-1109, 2009.

3. De Cauwer, H., De Wolf, P., Couvreur, F., and Mortelmans, L. An unusual case of 4-aminopyridine toxicity in a multiple sclerosis patient: epileptic disorder or toxic encephalopathy? Acta Neurol Belg, 109: 40-41, 2009.

4. Chapman, R. J., Cilia La Corte, P. F., Asghar, A. U., and King, A. E. Network-based activity induced by 4-aminopyridine in rat dorsal horn in vitro is mediated by both chemical and electrical synapses. J Physiol, 587: 2499-2510, 2009.

5. Badruddin, A., Menon, R. S., and Reder, A. T. 4-Aminopyridine toxicity mimics autoimmune-mediated limbic encephalitis. Neurology, 72: 1100-1101, 2009.

6. Blight, A. R. and Henney, H. R., 3rd Pharmacokinetics of 14C-radioactivity after oral intake of a single dose of 14C-labeled fampridine (4-aminopyridine) in healthy volunteers. Clin Ther, 31: 328-335, 2009.

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