Artem A Krebs

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Recent publications indicate the presence of infraslow activity (<0.5 Hz) in subcortical and cortical sites of the auditory system of the brain. It has been reported that this activity might be sensitive to acoustic stimuli. Yet the dynamics of infraslow brain potential (ISBP) fluctuations in these structures and their potential sensitivity to auditory(More)
Several available reports demonstrate the presence of infraslow activity (<0.5 Hz) in structures of the auditory system of the brain. It was reported earlier that specific alterations of this activity in the domain of seconds (0.1-0.5 Hz) occurred in the medial geniculate nucleus (MGN) and primary auditory cortex (A1) in response to acoustic stimuli. The(More)
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