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Sleep deprivation in rats: effects on EEG power spectra, vigilance states, and cortical temperature.
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It is concluded that SD causes a short-lasting intensification of sleep, as indicated by the enhanced SWA and the reduced nBA, and a long-lasting increase in sleep duration. Expand
Animal sleep: A review of sleep duration across phylogeny
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The present paper examines the literature concerning sleep duration in over 150 animal species, including invertebrates, fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and 14 orders of mammals, to evaluate these variables in a wide range of animal species. Expand
Effects of sleep deprivation on sleep and sleep EEG in three mouse strains: empirical data and simulations
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The capacity of the model to predict SWA in nonREM sleep on the basis of the temporal organization of sleep in mice was tested and provided a basis for the use of gene targeted mice to investigate the underlying mechanisms. Expand
TNF-alpha suppresses the expression of clock genes by interfering with E-box-mediated transcription.
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It is suggested that the increase of TNF-alpha and IL-1beta, as seen in infectious and autoimmune diseases, impairs clock gene functions and causes fatigue. Expand
TNF-α suppresses the expression of clock genes by interfering with E-box-mediated transcription
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It is suggested that the increase of TNF-α and IL-1β, as seen in infectious and autoimmune diseases, impairs clock gene functions and causes fatigue. Expand
Sleep EEG in the rat as a function of prior waking.
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Delta activity showed a decreasing trend in all schedules and was enhanced as a function of prior waking, and theta activity and REM sleep were increased after 24 h SD. Expand
Altered circadian activity rhythms and sleep in mice devoid of prion protein
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The results indicate that the pathology of at least one of the inherited prion diseases, fatal familial insomnia, where there is a profound alteration in sleep and the daily rhythms of many hormones, may be related to the normal function of the prion protein. Expand
Effect of sleep deprivation on sleep and EEG power spectra in the rat
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The results indicate that: (1) slow wave activity in non-REM sleep and theta activity in REM sleep may reflect sleep intensity; and (2) REM sleep and active waking, the two states with dominant theTA activity, may be functionally related. Expand
Sleep Initiation and Initial Sleep Intensity: Interactions of Homeostatic and Circadian Mechanisms
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The present model is able to simulate the time course of PSI under baseline conditions as well as following recovery sleep after extended sleep deprivation and suggests that during the regular period of waking, a circadian process teracts the increasing sleep propensity induced by a homeostatic process. Expand
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