Gray matter-specific changes in brain bioenergetics after acute sleep deprivation: a 31P magnetic resonance spectroscopy study at 4 Tesla.

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STUDY OBJECTIVES A principal function of sleep may be restoration of brain energy metabolism caused by the energetic demands of wakefulness. Because energetic demands in the brain are greater in gray than white matter, this study used linear mixed-effects models to examine tissue-type specific changes in high-energy phosphates derived using 31P magnetic… (More)
DOI: 10.5665/sleep.4242

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@article{Plante2014GrayMC, title={Gray matter-specific changes in brain bioenergetics after acute sleep deprivation: a 31P magnetic resonance spectroscopy study at 4 Tesla.}, author={David T. Plante and George H. Trksak and J. Eric Jensen and David M. Penetar and Caitlin Ravichandran and Brady Alexander Riedner and Wendy Tartarini and Cynthia M. Dorsey and Perry F. Renshaw and Scott E. Lukas and David G C Harper}, journal={Sleep}, year={2014}, volume={37 12}, pages={1919-27} }