Effect of posterior hypothalamic stimulation on neocortical electrical activity in the chronic premesencephalic cat

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Chronic experiments were carried out on 19 adult cats after preliminary division of the brain stem at the level of the anterior border of the superior colliculus. High-frequency electrical stimulation of the posterior hypothalamus of these animals caused desynchronization of electrical activity in different parts of the neocortex. The influence of the… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01065237

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@article{Naneishvili2005EffectOP, title={Effect of posterior hypothalamic stimulation on neocortical electrical activity in the chronic premesencephalic cat}, author={T. L. Naneishvili and A. N. Bakuradze and A. G. Noselidze and R. I. Aragveli}, journal={Neuroscience and Behavioral Physiology}, year={2005}, volume={7}, pages={292-298} }