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Cortical neuronal mechanisms of sleep homeostasis.

Abstract:

The longer we are awake, the deeper is our subsequent sleep. On the other hand, the shorter and more fragmented is our sleep, the more difficult it is for us to maintain wakefulness and stable cognitive performance the next day. This relationship between wakefulness and subsequent sleep becomes especially apparent after sleep deprivation or during chronic sleep restriction, which is experienced by millions of people in our society, as well as in multiple neurological, respiratory and other ch...

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10.7868/s0044467713010176

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Vyazovskiy, VV More by this author
Journal:
Zhurnal vysshei nervnoi deiatelnosti imeni I P Pavlova
Volume:
63
Issue:
1
Pages:
13-23
Publication date:
2013
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ISSN:
0044-4677
URN:
uuid:99d6bdf2-e969-47bb-abf6-97a0b9c6bf1b
Source identifiers:
456098
Local pid:
pubs:456098

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