Characterization of the 7-12 Hz EEG oscillations during immobile waking and REM sleep in behaving rats.


OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to examine whether the mu rhythm is also seen in the EEG of alert, undrugged and freely moving rats. The mu rhythm is a salient neocortical synchrony with dominant frequency in the 8-13 Hz band, initially recorded over the parietal and frontal areas of humans and subsequently investigated in monkeys and cats using the… (More)


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