Title : Structural connectivity between cortex and thalamus determines temporal features of sleep spindles

Abstract

Sleep spindles are waxing and waning oscillatory activity (at 11-15 Hz) observed during stage II sleep. Individual spindles last about 0.3-2 seconds and recur at intervals 

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@inproceedings{ChoinskiTitleS, title={Title : Structural connectivity between cortex and thalamus determines temporal features of sleep spindles}, author={Matthew Choinski and Laurent Muller and Donald J. Hagler and T. J. Sejnowski and Eric Halgren and Maxim Bazhenov} }