Activity of suprachiasmatic and hypothalamic neurons during sleep and wakefulness in the rat

@article{Glotzbach1987ActivityOS,
  title={Activity of suprachiasmatic and hypothalamic neurons during sleep and wakefulness in the rat},
  author={Steven F. Glotzbach and C. M. Cornett and H. Craig Heller},
  journal={Brain Research},
  year={1987},
  volume={419},
  pages={279-286}
}
  • Steven F. Glotzbach, C. M. Cornett, H. Craig Heller
  • Published in Brain Research 1987
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Single unit activity was recorded from the suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN) and preoptic/anterior hypothalamus (POAH) of unrestrained Wistar rats during sleep and wakefulness. Regularly firing cells, which are abundant in in vitro SCN preparations and have been considered the basis of a central neuronal oscillator, were conspicuously absent in this preparation and in other in vivo studies. Most of the 55 cells recorded in the SCN and POAH were characterized by spontaneous firing rates below 12 Hz… CONTINUE READING

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