Genotype-dependent differences in sleep, vigilance, and response to stimulants.

  • H Landolt
  • Published 2008 in Current pharmaceutical design


To better understand the neurobiology of sleep disorders, detailed understanding of circadian and homeostatic sleep-wake regulation in healthy volunteers is mandatory. Sleep physiology and the repercussions of experimentally-induced sleep deprivation on sleep and waking electroencephalogram (EEG), vigilance and subjective state are highly variable, even in… (More)


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