Ripples on spikes show increased phase-amplitude coupling in mesial temporal lobe epilepsy seizure-onset zones.
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Instantaneous Voltage as an Alternative to Power- and Phase-Based Interpretation of Oscillatory Brain Activity.
Instantaneous Voltage as an Alternative to Power- and Phase-Based Interpretation of Oscillatory Brain Activity. Neuroimage. 2017 Jun 14;: Authors: Schalk G, Marple J, Knight RT, Coon WG Abstract For decades, oscillatory brain activity has been characterized primarily by measurements of power and phase. While many studies have linked those measurements to cortical excitability, their relationship […]
Food restriction-induced changes in motivation differ with stages of the estrous cycle and are closely linked to RFamide-related peptide-3 but not kisspeptin in Syrian hamsters.
Food restriction-induced changes in motivation differ with stages of the estrous cycle and are closely linked to RFamide-related peptide-3 but not kisspeptin in Syrian hamsters. Physiol Behav. 2017 Jun 14;: Authors: Benton NA, Russo KA, Brozek JM, Andrews R, Kim V, Kriegsfeld LJ, Schneider JE Abstract We tested the hypothesis that the effects of food […]
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Maternal and Early-Life Circadian Disruption Have Long-Lasting Negative Consequences on Offspring Development and Adult Behavior in Mice.
Maternal and Early-Life Circadian Disruption Have Long-Lasting Negative Consequences on Offspring Development and Adult Behavior in Mice. Sci Rep. 2017 Jun 12;7(1):3326 Authors: Smarr BL, Grant AD, Perez L, Zucker I, Kriegsfeld LJ Abstract Modern life involves chronic circadian disruption through artificial light and these disruptions are associated with numerous mental and physical health maladies. […]
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