An intracellular analysis of EEG arousal in cat motor cortex.

@article{Inubushi1978AnIA,
  title={An intracellular analysis of EEG arousal in cat motor cortex.},
  author={Shikio Inubushi and Takakazu Kobayashi and Takeo Oshima and Shizuo Torii},
  journal={The Japanese journal of physiology},
  year={1978},
  volume={28 5},
  pages={689-708}
}
1. Changes in the resting potential and the effective membrane resistance were measured in 77 cells in cat precruciate cortex during the transition from cortical slow wave phase to EEG arousal. 2. These 77 neurones were classified into the recipient cells of the following five different actions on the EEG arousal: (1) postsynaptic excitation (E cells), (2) postsynaptic inhbition (I cells), (3) disinhibition (DI cells), (4) disfacilitation (DF cells) and (5) disfacilitation followed by… CONTINUE READING