Katherine S Williams

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Orexin (also known as hypocretin) neurons play a key role in regulating sleep-wake behavior, but the links between orexin neuron electrophysiology and function have not been explored. Orexin neurons are wake-active, and spiking activity in orexin neurons may anticipate transitions to wakefulness by several seconds. However, it is suggested that while the(More)
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