128 Basic Mechanisms of Sleep : New Evidence on the Neuroanatomy and Neuromodulation of the Nrem-rem Cycle

@inproceedings{PaceSchott2002128BM,
  title={128 Basic Mechanisms of Sleep : New Evidence on the Neuroanatomy and Neuromodulation of the Nrem-rem Cycle},
  author={Edward F. Pace-Schott and J. Allan Hobson},
  year={2002}
}
The 1990s brought a wealth of new detail to our knowledge of the brain structures involved in the control of sleep and waking and in the cellular level mechanisms that orchestrate the sleep cycle through neuromodulation. This chapter presents these new findings in the context of the general history of research on the brainstem neuromodulatory systems and the more specific organization of those systems in the control of the alternation of wake, non–rapid eye movement (NREM), and REM sleep… CONTINUE READING
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