Electroencephalogram during arousal from hibernation in the birchmouse.

@article{Andersen1960ElectroencephalogramDA,
  title={Electroencephalogram during arousal from hibernation in the birchmouse.},
  author={P. O. Andersen and Kjell Werner Johansen and John Krog},
  journal={The American journal of physiology},
  year={1960},
  volume={199},
  pages={
          535-8
        }
}
In the birchmouse, Sicista betulina , electrical activity of the brain was recorded at an oral temperature as low as 2.5°C. At body temperatures below about 10°C the activity consisted of bursts of slow waves separated by silent intervals. On increasing body temperature during the arousal this pattern was gradually replaced by activity of higher frequency until a normal electroencephalogram was recorded at about 30°C. No typical desynchronization of the EEG in response to sensory stimulation… CONTINUE READING

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