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Seizures are thought to arise from an imbalance of excitatory and inhibitory neuronal activity. While most classical studies suggest excessive excitatory neural activity plays a generative role, some recent findings challenge this view and instead argue that excessive activity in inhibitory neurons initiates seizures. We investigated this question of imbalance in a zebrafish seizure model with multi-regional two-photon imaging of excitatory and inhibitory neuronal activity using adoi:10.1101/2021.03.30.437750 fatcat:2pintbgzazhyhjti42lbfiubky