Theta-rhythmic drive between medial septum and hippocampus in slow-wave sleep and microarousal: a Granger causality analysis.

@article{Kang2015ThetarhythmicDB,
  title={Theta-rhythmic drive between medial septum and hippocampus in slow-wave sleep and microarousal: a Granger causality analysis.},
  author={Dewey Kang and Mingzhou Ding and Irina Topchiy and Lauren B Shifflett and Bern{\'a}t Kocsis},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={114 5},
  pages={2797-803}
}
Medial septum (MS) plays a critical role in controlling the electrical activity of the hippocampus (HIPP). In particular, theta-rhythmic burst firing of MS neurons is thought to drive lasting HIPP theta oscillations in rats during waking motor activity and REM sleep. Less is known about MS-HIPP interactions in nontheta states such as non-REM sleep, in which HIPP theta oscillations are absent but theta-rhythmic burst firing in subsets of MS neurons is preserved. The present study used Granger… CONTINUE READING
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