Brief anesthesia, but not voluntary locomotion, significantly alters cortical temperature.

@article{Shirey2015BriefAB,
  title={Brief anesthesia, but not voluntary locomotion, significantly alters cortical temperature.},
  author={Michael J Shirey and Jared B. Smith and D'Anne E Kudlik and Bing-Xing Huo and Stephanie E. Greene and Patrick J. Drew},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={114 1},
  pages={309-22}
}
Changes in brain temperature can alter electrical properties of neurons and cause changes in behavior. However, it is not well understood how behaviors, like locomotion, or experimental manipulations, like anesthesia, alter brain temperature. We implanted thermocouples in sensorimotor cortex of mice to understand how cortical temperature was affected by locomotion, as well as by brief and prolonged anesthesia. Voluntary locomotion induced small (∼ 0.1 °C) but reliable increases in cortical… CONTINUE READING
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