Relationship of electrical activity in pontine reticular formation and lateral geniculate body to rapid eye movements.
Neuronal activity in the caudolateral peribrachial pons: Relationship to PGO waves and rapid eye movements.
The noradrenergic (NA-ergic) rapid eye movement (REM)-OFF neurons in locus coeruleus (LC) and cholinergic REM-ON neurons in laterodorsal/pedunculopontine tegmentum show a reciprocal firing pattern.
As with most of the great discoveries in experimental science, the discovery of rapid eye movement (REM) sleep was more an act of serendipity than a concerted effort to look for something as complex and astonishing as REM sleep.
The golden age of rapid eye movement sleep discoveries: 1965-1966.
Regional brain glucose metabolism is altered during rapid eye movement sleep in the cat: A preliminary study.
Increased activation of anterior paralimbic and executive cortex from waking to rapid eye movement sleep in depression.
Induction of rapid eye movement sleep by carbachol infusion into the pontine reticular formation in the rat.
Evidence for a role of basal ganglia in the regulation of rapid eye movement sleep by electrical and chemical stimulation for the pedunculopontine tegmental nucleus and the substantia nigra pars reticulata in decerebrate cats.
Mild electrical stimulation of pontine tegmentum around locus coeruleus reduces rapid eye movement sleep in rats.
Rapid eye movement sleep and significance of its deprivation studies- A review.
Role of norepinephrine in thermoregulation during rapid eye movement sleep and its deprivation.