G A Oganesian

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The action of non-competitive glutamate receptor antagonists on the effects of sleep deprivation has been studied on Krushinskii-Molodkina rats having an inherited predisposition to audiogenic seizures and Wistar rats deprived to this respond. Two types of glutamate receptor open channels blockers were used: the selective blockers of NMDA-receptors(More)
Simultaneous recording of the EEG activity of superficial cortical and deep (caudate nucleus, dorsal hippocampus, anterior hypothalamus) brain parts has been performed for the first time after a 2-h swinging of frequency of 0.2 Hz in Wistar rats of juvenile age. Swinging was produced on a 4-bar parallel swing. Using a Neuron-Spectr electroencephalograph and(More)
The effects of the central nucleus of the inferior colliculus chemical and electrical stimulation on the producing and forming the convulsive manifestations, as well as on the organization of sleep, was studied in Krushinskii-Molodkina strain rats, which have an inherited predisposition to audiogenic seizures. Microinjections of quinolinic acid (10(More)
Six hours sleep deprivation experiments were carried out on rats after threefold injection of D1 dopamine receptor antagonist SCH 39 166. Immunohistochemical study of striatum revealed the increase in D1 and D2 dopamine receptor and glutamate immunoreactive material during the sleep deprivation and 2 h of postdeprivation period. The level of AMPA glutamate(More)
The effects of non-competitive glutamate receptor antagonists on sleep-waking organization have been studied on Krushinskii-Molodkina rats having an inherited predisposition to audiogenic seizures and Wistar ones which are resistant to this action of sound. Two types of blockers of glutamate receptor open channels were used: selective blockers of NMDA(More)
Data about behavioral, somato-vegetative and neurophysiological parameters of sleep and wakefulness in insects, cold- and warm-blooded vertebrates are provided. Hypotheses existing now about evolutionary formation of separate sleep phases and stages in vertebrates are considered. In the review are shown the data about correlations of quantitative(More)
The comparative immunohistochemical researches of dofamine containing neurons and fibers are carried uot in telencephalic and diencephalic departments of the brain in different vertebratts (adults rats, rats aged 14 and 30 days and frogs). For analysis of quantitative changes dynamics in thyrozinhydroxylase, D1 and D2 immunoreactive material in(More)
The article considers mechanisms of diencephalic-telencephlic interactions in regulation of the wakefulness-sleep cycle in various classes of vertebrates. In such interactions a special role is played by the dopaminergic systems that perform neurosecretory function at the level of diencephalon and neurotransmitter function at the level of telencephalon.(More)
A possibility is discussed of use of methods of non-linear dynamics for analysis of spontaneous EEG and if the EEG caused by low acoustic stimuli in healthy people and in patients with epilepsy. A use of methods of non-linear dynamics--the fractal dimension of EEG--in clinical practice and in research is described.