Hannah Naundorf's research while affiliated with University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover and other places

Publications (2)

Full-text available
Objective Birth asphyxia is a major cause of hypoxic–ischemic encephalopathy (HIE) in neonates and often associated with mortality, neonatal seizures, brain damage, and later life motor, cognitive, and behavioral impairments and epilepsy. Preclinical studies on rodent models are needed to develop more effective therapies for preventing HIE and its...


... A person's susceptibility to seizure-inducing environmental factors may be increased by specific genes [24,25]. Epilepsy can occasionally result from brain damage, such as that brought on by a stroke [26], brain tumor [27], severe head injury [28], drug or alcohol misuse [29], brain infection [30], or lack of oxygen after birth [31]. ...