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Regional differences in NREM sleep slow-wave activity in mice with congenital callosal dysgenesis.

Abstract:

Topographic differences in the sleep EEG have been repeatedly found in humans and rodents. A frontal predominance of EEG slow-wave activity (0.75-4 Hz; delta band) during non-rapid eye movement (NREM) sleep is particularly evident under conditions of increased sleep propensity. Local aspects of neuronal connectivity in the neocortex that are modified by specific neuronal stimulation may underlie these differences. To investigate the role of altered neuronal connectivity on anterior-posterior ...

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Vyazovskiy, VV More by this author
Journal:
Journal of sleep research
Volume:
14
Issue:
3
Pages:
299-304
Publication date:
2005-09-05
DOI:
EISSN:
1365-2869
ISSN:
0962-1105
URN:
uuid:38afd5f6-948a-434c-8efa-3a50a80a5259
Source identifiers:
456127
Local pid:
pubs:456127

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