Excitatory effect of histamine on EEGs of the cortex and thalamus in rats

Abstract

When low frequency electrical stimulations were repeatedly applied to the rat midbrain reticular formation, the EEG spectral power recorded at the cortex and thalamus increased markedly, especially in the low frequency bands (0–6 Hz). The intraventricular administration of histamine (Hi) inhibited this increase. Hi-induced inhibition was antagonized by… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02222218

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