Effect of aging on treadmill exercise induced theta power in the rat

  title={Effect of aging on treadmill exercise induced theta power in the rat},
  author={Terry B. J. Kuo and Jia-yi Li and Sandy Shen-Yu Hsieh and Jin-Jong Chen and Ching-Yao Tsai and Cheryl C. H. Yang},
The effects of aging on the electroencephalogram (EEG) power spectra of 8- and 60-week-old Wistar–Kyoto rats were examined during the waking baseline and treadmill exercise. Using continuous and simultaneous recordings of EEG and electromyogram signals, this study demonstrated that the alpha (10–13 Hz), theta (6–10 Hz), and delta (0.5–4 Hz) powers of the EEG were significantly lower in older rats as compared with young rats during the waking baseline. In the young rats, treadmill exercise… CONTINUE READING

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