Cortical Acetylcholine Release Is Lateralized during Asymmetrical Slow-Wave Sleep in Northern Fur Seals

@article{Lapierre2007CorticalAR,
  title={Cortical Acetylcholine Release Is Lateralized during Asymmetrical Slow-Wave Sleep in Northern Fur Seals},
  author={J. Lapierre and P. Kosenko and O. Lyamin and T. Kodama and L. Mukhametov and J. Siegel},
  journal={The Journal of Neuroscience},
  year={2007},
  volume={27},
  pages={11999 - 12006}
}
Fur seals are unique in that they display both bilateral slow-wave sleep (BSWS), as seen in all terrestrial mammals, and slow-wave sleep with interhemispheric electroencephalogram (EEG) asymmetry, resembling the unihemispheric slow waves of cetaceans. Little is known about the underlying mechanisms of this phenomenon, which is also termed asymmetrical slow wave sleep (ASWS). However, we may begin to understand the expression of ASWS by studying the neurotransmitter systems thought to be… Expand
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