Delayed orexin signaling consolidates wakefulness and sleep: physiology and modeling.

Abstract

Orexin-producing neurons are clearly essential for the regulation of wakefulness and sleep because loss of these cells produces narcolepsy. However, little is understood about how these neurons dynamically interact with other wake- and sleep-regulatory nuclei to control behavioral states. Using survival analysis of wake bouts in wild-type and orexin… (More)
DOI: 10.1152/jn.01243.2007

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@article{Behn2008DelayedOS, title={Delayed orexin signaling consolidates wakefulness and sleep: physiology and modeling.}, author={Cecilia G Diniz Behn and Nancy J Kopell and E. N. Brown and T. Mochizuki and Thomas E Scammell}, journal={Journal of neurophysiology}, year={2008}, volume={99 6}, pages={3090-103} }