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Temporal dynamics of cortical sources underlying spontaneous and peripherally evoked slow waves.
- B. Riedner, B. K. Hulse, Michael J Murphy, F. Ferrarelli, G. Tononi
- Psychology, Medicine
- Progress in brain research
Slow waves are the most prominent electroencephalographic feature of non-rapid eye movement (NREM) sleep. During NREM sleep, cortical neurons oscillate approximately once every second between a… Expand
Membrane Potential Dynamics of Hippocampal Neurons During Ripples in Awake Mice
- B. K. Hulse
During periods of slow wave sleep and quiet wakefulness, the hippocampal formation generates spontaneous population bursts that are organized as a high-frequency “ripple” oscillation. The neurons… Expand