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    1. Mariotti, M; Gritti, I; Mancia, M
      The synchronising influence of Substantia Innominata on the thalamus of the cat

      JOURNAL OF SLEEP RESEARCH
    2. Kloppel, S; Kovacs, GG; Voigtlander, T; Wanschitz, J; Flicker, H; Hainfellner, JA; Guentchev, M; Budka, H
      Serotonergic nuclei of the raphe are not affected in human ageing

      NEUROREPORT
    3. Kaur, S; Saxena, RN; Mallick, BN
      GABAergic neurons in prepositus hypoglossi regulate REM sleep by its action on locus coeruleus in freely moving rats

      SYNAPSE
    4. Anzawa, N; Kushikata, T; Ohkawa, H; Yoshida, H; Kubota, T; Matsuki, A
      Increased noradrenaline release from rat preoptic area during and after sevoflurane and isoflurane anesthesia

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ANAESTHESIA-JOURNAL CANADIEN D ANESTHESIE
    5. Berridge, CW; O'Neill, J
      Differential sensitivity to the wake-promoting actions of norepinephrine within the medial preoptic area and the substantia innominata

      BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
    6. De Gennaro, L; Ferrara, M; Bertini, M
      The boundary between wakefulness and steep: Quantitative electroencephalographic changes during the sleep onset period

      NEUROSCIENCE
    7. Villablanca, JR; De Andres, I; Olmstead, CE
      Sleep-waking states develop independently in the isolated forebrain and brain stem following early postnatal midbrain transection in cats

      NEUROSCIENCE
    8. Greco, MA; Shiromani, PJ
      Hypocretin receptor protein and mRNA expression in the dorsolateral pons of rats

      MOLECULAR BRAIN RESEARCH
    9. Jha, SK; Yadav, V; Mallick, BN
      GABA-A receptors in mPOAH simultaneously regulate sleep and body temperature in freely moving rats

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    10. Jha, SK; Islam, F; Mallick, BN
      GABA exerts opposite influence on warm and cold sensitive neurons in medial preoptic area in rats

      JOURNAL OF NEUROBIOLOGY
    11. Hirota, K; Kushikata, T; Kudo, M; Kudo, T; Lambert, DG; Matsuki, A
      Orexin A and B evoke noradrenaline release from rat cerebrocortical slices

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY
    12. Python, A; Steimer, T; Saint Hilaire, ZD; Mikolajewski, R; Nicolaidis, S
      Extracellular serotonin variations during vigilance states in the preopticarea of rats: a microdialysis study

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    13. Siegel, JM
      A tribute to Nathaniel Kleitman

      ARCHIVES ITALIENNES DE BIOLOGIE
    14. Greco, MA; Lu, J; Wagner, D; Shiromani, PJ
      c-Fos expression in the cholinergic basal forebrain after enforced wakefulness and recovery sleep

      NEUROREPORT
    15. Yoshida, Y; Matsumura, H; Nakajima, T; Mandai, M; Urakami, T; Kuroda, K; Yoneda, H
      Prostaglandin E (EP) receptor subtypes and sleep: promotion by EP4 and inhibition by EP1/EP2

      NEUROREPORT
    16. Berridge, CW; Espana, RA
      Synergistic sedative effects of noradrenergic alpha(1)- and beta-receptor blockade on forebrain electroencephalographic and behavioral indices

      NEUROSCIENCE
    17. Berridge, CW; Wifler, K
      Contrasting effects of noradrenergic beta-receptor blockade within the medial septal area on forebrain electroencephalographic and behavioral activity state in anesthetized and unanesthetized rat

      NEUROSCIENCE
    18. Berridge, CW; Morris, MF
      Amphetamine-induced activation of forebrain EEG is prevented by noradrenergic beta-receptor blockade in the halothane-anesthetized rat

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    19. Yamamoto, M; Nakao, M; Katayama, N; Waku, M; Suzuki, K; Irokawa, K; Abe, M; Ueno, T
      Night-day-night sleep-wakefulness monitoring by ambulatory integrated circuit memories

      PSYCHIATRY AND CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCES
    20. Ahnaou, A; Basille, M; Gonzalez, B; Vaudry, H; Hamon, M; Adrien, J; Bourgin, P
      Long-term enhancement of REM sleep by the pituitary adenylyl cyclase-activating polypeptide (PACAP) in the pontine reticular formation of the rat

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    21. Berridge, CW; O'Neil, J; Wifler, K
      Amphetamine acts within the medial basal forebrain to initiate and maintain alert waking

      NEUROSCIENCE
    22. Darnaudery, M; Pallares, M; Bouyer, JJ; Le Moal, M; Mayo, W
      Infusion of neurosteroids into the rat nucleus basalis affects paradoxicalsleep in accordance with their memory modulating properties

      NEUROSCIENCE
    23. Detari, L; Rasmusson, DD; Semba, K
      The role of basal forebrain neurons in tonic and phasic activation of the cerebral cortex

      PROGRESS IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    24. All, M; Jha, SK; Kaur, S; Mallick, BN
      Role of GABA-A receptor in the preoptic area in the regulation of sleep-wakefulness and rapid eye movement sleep

      NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    25. Darnaudery, M; Bouyer, JJ; Pallares, M; Le Moal, M; Mayo, W
      The promnesic neurosteroid pregnenolone sulfate increases paradoxical sleep in rats

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    26. Arpa, J; Padrino, C; Rodriguez-Albarino, A; De Andres, I
      Centralis superior raphe, reticularis pontis nuclei, and sleep-wakefulnesscycle in cats

      JOURNAL OF SLEEP RESEARCH
    27. LAGOS P; SCORZA C; MONTI JM; JANTOS H; REYESPARADA M; SILVEIRA R; PONZONI A
      EFFECTS OF THE D-3 PREFERRING DOPAMINE AGONIST PRAMIPEXOLE ON SLEEP AND WAKING, LOCOMOTOR-ACTIVITY AND STRIATAL DOPAMINE RELEASE IN RATS

      European neuropsychopharmacology
    28. CICOGNA P; NATALE V; OCCHIONERO M; BOSINELLI M
      A COMPARISON OF MENTAL ACTIVITY DURING SLEEP ONSET AND MORNING AWAKENING

      Sleep
    29. MALLICK BN; JOSEPH MM
      ADRENERGIC AND CHOLINERGIC INPUTS IN PREOPTIC AREA OF RATS INTERACT FOR SLEEP-WAKE THERMOREGULATION

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    30. BOUYER JJ; VALLEE M; DEMINIERE JM; LEMOAL M; MAYO W
      REACTION OF SLEEP-WAKEFULNESS CYCLE TO STRESS IS RELATED TO DIFFERENCES IN HYPOTHALAMO-PITUITARY-ADRENAL AXIS REACTIVITY IN RAT

      Brain research
    31. NOMURA Y; KIMURA K; ARAI H; SEGAWA M
      INVOLVEMENT OF THE AUTONOMIC NERVOUS-SYSTEM IN THE PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OFRETT-SYNDROME

      European child & adolescent psychiatry
    32. FUKUDA K; ISHIHARA K
      DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN SLEEP AND WAKEFULNESS RHYTHM DURING THE FIRST 6 MONTHS OF LIFE - DISCONTINUOUS CHANGES AT THE 7TH AND 12TH WEEK AFTER BIRTH

      Biological rhythm research
    33. BOURGIN P; LEBRAND C; ESCOURROU P; GAULTIER C; FRANC B; HAMON M; ADRIEN J
      VASOACTIVE INTESTINAL POLYPEPTIDE MICROINJECTIONS INTO THE ORAL PONTINE TEGMENTUM ENHANCE RAPID EYE-MOVEMENT SLEEP IN THE RAT

      Neuroscience
    34. PAZ C
      SOME CONSEQUENCES OF OZONE EXPOSURE ON HEALTH

      Archives of medical research
    35. VALDESCRUZ A; MAGDALENOMADRIGAL VM; MARTINEZCERVANTES A; FERNANDEZMAS R; FERNANDEZGUARDIOLA A
      TEMPORAL DISTRIBUTION OF THE SLEEP-WAKE C YCLE PHASES IN THE CAT - 23HRS REGISTER IN LIGHT-DARKNESS AND DARKNESS-LIGHT CONDITIONS

      Salud mental
    36. DELACOUR J
      NEUROBIOLOGY OF CONSCIOUSNESS - AN OVERVIEW

      Behavioural brain research
    37. DIASDOSSANTOS JR; MACHADO BH
      CARDIOVASCULAR AND RESPIRATORY CHANGES DURING SLOW-WAVE SLEEP IN RATSARE ASSOCIATED WITH ELECTROCORTICOGRAM DESYNCHRONIZATION

      Brazilian journal of medical and biological research
    38. MIDDELKOOP HAM; VANDAM EM; SMILDEVANDENDOEL DA; VANDIJK G
      45-HOUR CONTINUOUS QUINTUPLE-SITE ACTIMETRY - RELATIONS BETWEEN TRUNKAND LIMB MOVEMENTS AND EFFECTS OF CIRCADIAN SLEEP-WAKE RHYTHMICITY

      Psychophysiology
    39. SHEA SA
      LIFE WITHOUT VENTILATORY CHEMOSENSITIVITY

      Respiration physiology
    40. COTTETEMARD JM; DALMAZ Y; PEQUIGNOT J; PEYRIN L; PEQUIGNOT JM
      LONG-TERM EXPOSURE TO OZONE ALTERS PERIPHERAL AND CENTRAL CATECHOLAMINE ACTIVITY IN RATS

      Pflugers Archiv
    41. ALONSO A; KHATEB A; FORT P; JONES BE; MUHLETHALER M
      DIFFERENTIAL OSCILLATORY PROPERTIES OF CHOLINERGIC AND NONCHOLINERGICNUCLEUS BASALIS NEURONS IN GUINEA-PIG BRAIN SLICE

      European journal of neuroscience
    42. GEMBA H; TERANAKA A; TAKEMURA K
      INFLUENCES OF EMOTION UPON PAROTID SECRETION IN HUMAN

      Neuroscience letters
    43. MALLICK H; MANCHANDA SK; KUMAR VM
      BETA-ADRENERGIC MODULATION OF MALE SEXUAL-BEHAVIOR ELICITED FROM THE MEDIAL PREOPTIC AREA IN RATS

      Behavioural brain research
    44. MORIELLI A; LADAN S; DUCHARME FM; BROUILLETTE RT
      CAN SLEEP AND WAKEFULNESS BE DISTINGUISHED IN CHILDREN BY CARDIORESPIRATORY AND VIDEOTAPE RECORDINGS

      Chest
    45. PAPE HC
      NITRIC-OXIDE - AN ADEQUATE MODULATORY LINK BETWEEN BIOLOGICAL OSCILLATORS AND CONTROL-SYSTEMS IN THE MAMMALIAN BRAIN

      Seminars in the neurosciences
    46. ARDURA J; ANDRES J; ALDANA J; REVILLA MA
      DEVELOPMENT OF SLEEP-WAKEFULNESS RHYTHM IN PREMATURE BABIES

      Acta paediatrica
    47. GRASSIZUCCONI G; HARRIS JA; MOHAMMED AH; AMBROSINI MV; KRISTENSSON K; BENTIVOGLIO M
      SLEEP FRAGMENTATION, AND CHANGES IN LOCOMOTOR-ACTIVITY AND BODY-TEMPERATURE IN TRYPANOSOME-INFECTED RATS

      Brain research bulletin
    48. DEPOORTERE H; DECOBERT M; GRANGER P; FRANCON D
      MIZOLASTINE, A NOVEL SELECTIVE HISTAMINE H-1 RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST - LACK OF SEDATIVE POTENTIAL ON THE EEG IN THE RODENT

      Neuropsychobiology
    49. MYERS BL; BADIA P
      CHANGES IN CIRCADIAN-RHYTHMS AND SLEEP QUALITY WITH AGING - MECHANISMS AND INTERVENTIONS

      Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews
    50. CHERVIN RD; KRAEMER HC; GUILLEMINAULT C
      CORRELATES OF SLEEP LATENCY ON THE MULTIPLE SLEEP LATENCY TEST IN A CLINICAL POPULATION

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    51. MOLNAR M; SKINNER JE; CSEPE V; WINKLER I; KARMOS G
      CORRELATION DIMENSION CHANGES ACCOMPANYING THE OCCURRENCE OF THE MISMATCH NEGATIVITY AND THE P3 EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL COMPONENT

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    52. ALAM MN; SZYMUSIAK R; MCGINTY D
      LOCAL PREOPTIC-ANTERIOR HYPOTHALAMIC WARMING ALTERS SPONTANEOUS AND EVOKED NEURONAL-ACTIVITY IN THE MAGNO-CELLULAR BASAL FOREBRAIN

      Brain research
    53. BENTIVOGLIO M; GRASSIZUCCONI G; PENG ZC; BASSETTI A; EDLUND C; KRISTENSSON K
      TRYPANOSOMES CAUSE DYSREGULATION OF C-FOS EXPRESSION IN THE RAT SUPRACHIASMATIC NUCLEUS

      NeuroReport
    54. GRASSIZUCCONI G; GIUDITTA A; MANDILE P; CHEN S; VESCIA S; BENTIVOGLIO M
      C-FOS SPONTANEOUS EXPRESSION DURING WAKEFULNESS IS REVERSED DURING SLEEP IN NEURONAL SUBSETS OF THE RAT CORTEX

      JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-PARIS
    55. ZUCCONI GG; MENEGAZZI M; DEPRATI AC; VESCIA S; RANUCCI G; BENTIVOGLIO M
      DIFFERENT PROGRAMS OF GENE-EXPRESSION ARE ASSOCIATED WITH DIFFERENT PHASES OF THE 24H AND SLEEP-WAKE CYCLES

      Chronobiologia
    56. ALONSO A; FAURE MP; BEAUDET A
      NEUROTENSIN PROMOTES OSCILLATORY BURSTING BEHAVIOR AND IS INTERNALIZED IN BASAL FOREBRAIN CHOLINERGIC NEURONS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    57. PATI AK; GUPTA S
      TIME-ESTIMATION CIRCADIAN-RHYTHM IN SHIFT WORKERS AND DIURNALLY ACTIVE HUMANS

      Journal of Biosciences
    58. PEREZCOBO JC; DEARMENTIA ML; SANCHEZSUERO S; PEREZARROYO M
      VISUAL-EVOKED POTENTIALS IN RESPONSE TO FLASHES IN THE CAT CORTEX

      Revista Espanola de Fisiologia
    59. MAUDHUIT C; JOLAS T; LAINEY E; HAMON M; ADRIEN J
      EFFECTS OF ACUTE AND CHRONIC TREATMENT WITH AMOXAPINE AND CERICLAMINEON THE SLEEP-WAKEFULNESS CYCLE IN THE RAT

      Neuropharmacology
    60. BICKFORD ME; GUNLUK AE; VANHORN SC; SHERMAN SM
      GABAERGIC PROJECTION FROM THE BASAL FOREBRAIN TO THE VISUAL SECTOR OFTHE THALAMIC RETICULAR NUCLEUS IN THE CAT

      Journal of comparative neurology
    61. GRITTI I; MAINVILLE L; JONES BE
      PROJECTIONS OF GABAERGIC AND CHOLINERGIC BASAL FOREBRAIN AND GABAERGIC PREOPTIC-ANTERIOR HYPOTHALAMIC NEURONS TO THE POSTERIOR LATERAL HYPOTHALAMUS OF THE RAT

      Journal of comparative neurology
    62. ARITO H; TAKAHASHI M; TSURUTA H; ISHIKAWA T
      AGE-RELATED-CHANGES IN ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC RESPONSES TO TRICHLOROETHYLENE INHALATION IN CONSCIOUS RATS

      Industrial Health
    63. LYAMIN OI; OLEKSENKO AI; POLYAKOVA IG
      SLEEP IN THE HARP SEAL (PAGOPHILUS-GROENLANDICA) - PECULIARITIES OF SLEEP IN PUPS DURING THE 1ST MONTH OF THEIR LIVES

      Journal of sleep research
    64. GRASSIZUCCONI G; MENEGAZZI M; DEPRATI AC; BASSETTI A; MONTAGNESE P; MANDILE P; COSI C; BENTIVOGLIO M
      C-FOS MESSENGER-RNA IS SPONTANEOUSLY INDUCED IN THE RAT-BRAIN DURING THE ACTIVITY PERIOD OF THE CIRCADIAN CYCLE

      European journal of neuroscience
    65. KHATEB A; FORT P; ALONSO A; JONES BE; MUHLETHALER M
      PHARMACOLOGICAL AND IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL EVIDENCE FOR SEROTONERGIC MODULATION OF CHOLINERGIC NUCLEUS BASALIS NEURONS

      European journal of neuroscience
    66. KUMAR VM; SHARMA R; WADHWA S; MANCHANDA SK
      SLEEP-INDUCING FUNCTION OF NORADRENERGIC FIBERS IN THE MEDIAL PREOPTIC AREA

      Brain research bulletin
    67. ARITO H; TAKAHASHI M; SOTOYAMA M; TSURUTA H; ISHIKAWA T
      ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHIC AND AUTONOMIC RESPONSES TO TRICHLOROETHYLENE INHALATION IN FREELY MOVING RATS

      Archives of toxicology
    68. DEPOORTERE H; FRANCON D; LLOPIS J
      EFFECTS OF A MAGNESIUM-DEFICIENT DIET ON SLEEP ORGANIZATION IN RATS

      Neuropsychobiology
    69. MA G; SEGAWA M; NOMURA Y; KONDO Y; YANAGITANI M; HIGURASHI M
      THE DEVELOPMENT OF SLEEP-WAKEFULNESS RHYTHM IN NORMAL INFANTS AND YOUNG-CHILDREN

      Tohoku Journal of Experimental Medicine
    70. MORRELL MJ; SHEA SA; ADAMS L; GUZ A
      EFFECTS OF INSPIRATORY SUPPORT UPON BREATHING IN HUMANS DURING WAKEFULNESS AND SLEEP

      Respiration physiology
    71. SUVANTO S; HARMA M; ILMARINEN J; PARTINEN M
      EFFECTS OF 10-H TIME ZONE CHANGES ON FEMALE FLIGHT ATTENDANTS CIRCADIAN-RHYTHMS OF BODY-TEMPERATURE, ALERTNESS, AND VISUAL-SEARCH

      Ergonomics
    72. MIGNOT E; RENAUD A; NISHINO S; ARRIGONI J; GUILLEMINAULT C; DEMENT WC
      CANINE CATAPLEXY IS PREFERENTIALLY CONTROLLED BY ADRENERGIC-MECHANISMS - EVIDENCE USING MONOAMINE SELECTIVE UPTAKE INHIBITORS AND RELEASE ENHANCERS

      Psychopharmacology
    73. INOUE M; VANLUIJTELAAR ELJM; VOSSEN JMH; COENEN AML
      VISUAL EVOKED-POTENTIALS DURING SPONTANEOUSLY OCCURRING SPIKE-WAVE DISCHARGES IN RATS

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology


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