G. R. Akhvlediani

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The influence of some monoamine oxidase inhibitors (phenelzine, transamin [tranylcypromine], nialamide) on the structure of the sleep-wakefulness cycle of the cat was studied. It was shown that these monoamine oxidase inhibitors elicit an increase in slow-wave sleep in the sleep-wakefulness cycle due to complete suppression of paradoxical sleep and a(More)
The effect of some monoamine oxidase inhibitors (phenelzine, transamine, nialamide) on the structure of the cat sleep--wakefulness cycle involved an increase of slow-wave sleep at the expense of totally inhibited REM sleep and substantial reduction of wakefulness. Following this effect, selective rebound of wakefulness occurred against the background of(More)
Monoamine oxidase (MAO) inhibitors disturb the structure of the sleep-wake cycle and its ultradian rhythms by extending total slow-wave sleep, completely suppressing paradoxical sleep, and reducing total waking period considerably. Once the synchrony induced by MAO inhibitors has stopped, a rebound effect of increased waking occurs preceding and during(More)
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