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Role of wake inducing brain stem area on rapid eye movement sleep regulation in freely moving cats.
Hypocretin-2 saporin lesions of the ventrolateral periaquaductal gray (vlPAG) increase REM sleep in hypocretin knockout mice.
Differential responses of brain stem neurons during spontaneous and stimulation-induced desynchronization of the cortical eeg in freely moving cats.
The development of hypocretin (orexin) deficiency in hypocretin/ataxin-3 transgenic rats.
Influence of hypnogenic brain areas on wakefulness- and rapid-eye-movement sleep-related neurons in the brainstem of freely moving cats.
Orexin (hypocretin) gene transfer diminishes narcoleptic sleep behavior in mice.
Activity of pontine neurons during sleep and cataplexy in hypocretin knock-out mice.
Movement- and behavioral state-dependent activity of pontine reticulospinal neurons.
Sleep Apnea Syndromes
The menagerie of the basal forebrain: how many (neural) species are there, what do they look like, how do they behave and who talks to whom?
A Genetically Defined Circuit for Arousal from Sleep during Hypercapnia.
Validation of an automated sleep spindle detection method for mouse electroencephalography.
Thalamic Reticular Nucleus Parvalbumin Neurons Regulate Sleep Spindles and Electrophysiological Aspects of Schizophrenia in Mice.
Basal Forebrain Parvalbumin Neurons Mediate Arousals from Sleep Induced by Hypercarbia or Auditory Stimuli.