Origin of the neocortically monitored theta rhythm in the curarized rat.

@article{Gerbrandt1978OriginOT,
  title={Origin of the neocortically monitored theta rhythm in the curarized rat.},
  author={L K Gerbrandt and John C. Lawrence and Michael J. Eckardt and Robin L Lloyd},
  journal={Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology},
  year={1978},
  volume={45 4},
  pages={454-67}
}
An array of epidural electrodes was acutely implanted in locally anesthetized, curarized rats in order to map the surface distribution of rhythmic slow activity (RSA) which appears within the neocortex. Peak amplitudes (of about 122 muV) were centered over the dorsal hippocampus outline. A laminar profile of RSA recorded within the neocortex indicated no shifts in phase relative to a homotopic, epidural electrode. RSA increased slightly in amplitude (mean increase = 53%) at the deepest level or… CONTINUE READING

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