Sleep Deprivation Causes Behavioral, Synaptic, and Membrane Excitability Alterations in Hippocampal Neurons

@article{McDermott2003SleepDC,
  title={Sleep Deprivation Causes Behavioral, Synaptic, and Membrane Excitability Alterations in Hippocampal Neurons},
  author={Carmel M. McDermott and Gerald J. Lahoste and Chu Chen and Alberto E. Musto and Nicolas G. Bazan and Jeffrey C. Magee},
  journal={The Journal of Neuroscience},
  year={2003},
  volume={23},
  pages={9687 - 9695}
}
Although the function of sleep remains elusive, several lines of evidence suggest that sleep has an important role in learning and memory. In light of the available data and with the prevalence of sleep deprivation (SD), we sought to determine the effect of SD on neuronal functioning. We found that the exposure of rats to 72 hr of primarily rapid eye movement SD impaired their subsequent performance on a hippocampus-dependent spatial learning task but had no effect on an amygdala-dependent… Expand
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