I G Strokova

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Changes in spontaneous unit activity in the primary visual cortex during the sleep-waking cycle were studied in chronic experiments on dark-adapted cats. In the cell poulation studied activity in states of wakefulness and of paradoxical sleep did not differ significantly either in mean discharge frequency or in pattern. Activity of most cells in a state of(More)
The changes in background neuronal activity of the visual cortex during the sleep-waking cycle were studied in the dark adapted chronic cats. Neither pattern nor frequency of discharges of the investigated cells were significantly different in waking state and paradoxical sleep. The interspike interval histograms and autocorrelograms were used to evaluate(More)
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