O Kh Koshtoiants

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Effect of the central M-cholinolytic scopolamine on spatial organization of the rat brain electrical activity was studied under conditions of high and low emotional-stress responses. The EEG changes were estimated by 840 parameters. A possibility of the EEG discrimination by means of interstrain differences in responses to scopolamine, was shown. A more(More)
Subcutaneous injection of 10 micrograms desglycilargininvasopressin (DG-AVP) does not alter the mean frequency of background unit activity of sensorimotor cortical neurons. However, the pattern of impulse activity is essentially changed. At the same time the reactions of sensorimotor cortical neurons to microiontophoretic administration of acetylcholine and(More)
Microphoretic application of acetylcholine (ACH) to the neurones of the rabbit sensorimotor cortex elicits changes of spontaneous and evoked activity which do not correlate with one another and which persist up to two minutes after the end of ACH application. Following the formation of a defensive conditioned reflex to sound, the reactions to ACH in units(More)
Characteristics of neuronal responses of the sensorimotor cortex to ionophoretically administered neuromediators (acetylcholine, L-glutamate) were studied in rabbit in the course of extinction of conditioned defensive reflex. In the majority of neurones the extinction of the conditioned reflex is accompanied by a drop of cholinosensitivity. In a number of(More)
The pecularities of EEG changes in the rats with geneticaly different level of anxiety was studed after ethanol injection. The biopotentials spatial synchronization and entropy in the "high anxious" rats (strain MR) did not increase under low dose; on the contrary the above changes were characteristic for the rats without anxiety signs (strain MNRA). After(More)
Effect of the anxiolytic drugs afobazole, diazepam, and chlordiazepoxide on the cortical biopotential coherency was studied in MR and MNRA rats with increased and decreased level of emotionality, respectively. Afobazole increased a difference in the biopotential coherency between rats of the two lines in the range of EEG theta, alpha, and beta rhythms. In(More)