All Relations between Sleep Deprivation and hippocampus

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R J Salín-Pascual, M Díaz-Muñoz, L Rivera-Valerdi, L Ortiz-López, C Blanco-Centurió. Decrease in muscarinic M2 receptors from synaptosomes in the pons and hippocampus after REM sleep deprivation in rats. Sleep research online : SRO. vol 1. issue 1. 2001-10-18. PMID:11382853. changes in m2 receptors were also observed after 48 h of recovery from rem sleep deprivation only in hippocampus. 2001-10-18 2023-08-12 rat
P Taishi, C Sanchez, Y Wang, J Fang, J W Harding, J M Kruege. Conditions that affect sleep alter the expression of molecules associated with synaptic plasticity. American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology. vol 281. issue 3. 2001-09-20. PMID:11506999. in the hippocampus, sleep deprivation did not significantly affect bdnf and tpa expression, although arc mrna increased and mmp-9 mrna decreased. 2001-09-20 2023-08-12 rat
M A Benedito, R Camarin. Rapid eye movement sleep deprivation induces an increase in acetylcholinesterase activity in discrete rat brain regions. Brazilian journal of medical and biological research = Revista brasileira de pesquisas medicas e biologicas. vol 34. issue 1. 2001-04-05. PMID:11151034. in order to detect possible regional changes we measured achase activity in several discrete rat brain regions (medulla oblongata, pons, thalamus, striatum, hippocampus and cerebral cortex) after 96 h of rem sleep deprivation. 2001-04-05 2023-08-12 rat
H Sei, D Saitoh, K Yamamoto, K Morita, Y Morit. Differential effect of short-term REM sleep deprivation on NGF and BDNF protein levels in the rat brain. Brain research. vol 877. issue 2. 2000-12-14. PMID:10986357. we therefore investigated the effects of selective rem sleep deprivation (rsd) on ngf and bdnf proteins in the hippocampus, cerebellum and brainstem in the rat. 2000-12-14 2023-08-12 rat
D Ebert, H Feistel, A Barocka, W Kaschk. Increased limbic blood flow and total sleep deprivation in major depression with melancholia. Psychiatry research. vol 55. issue 2. 2000-03-23. PMID:10711798. responders who showed > or = 50% improvement also showed hippocampal overactivation before sleep deprivation. 2000-03-23 2023-08-12 Not clear
N M Perez, M A Benedit. Activities of monoamine oxidase (MAO) A and B in discrete regions of rat brain after rapid eye movement (REM) sleep deprivation. Pharmacology, biochemistry, and behavior. vol 58. issue 2. 1997-12-01. PMID:9300625. to test this hypothesis, we assayed the activity of monoamineoxidases (maos) a and b in hippocampus, hypothalamus, brainstem and its divisions pons and medulla oblongata in rats deprived of rem sleep for 96 h. rem sleep deprivation was carried out by the flower-pot technique. 1997-12-01 2023-08-12 rat
C Moussard, D Alber, J L Mozer, J C Henr. Effect of chronic REM sleep deprivation on pituitary, hypothalamus and hippocampus PGE2 and PGD2 biosynthesis in the mouse. Prostaglandins, leukotrienes, and essential fatty acids. vol 51. issue 5. 1995-03-03. PMID:7846109. effect of chronic rem sleep deprivation on pituitary, hypothalamus and hippocampus pge2 and pgd2 biosynthesis in the mouse. 1995-03-03 2023-08-12 mouse
B M Abushov, N N Bogolepov, E M Melikho. [The ultrastructural reorganization of the neurons in some brain formations during the deprivation of paradoxical sleep]. Biulleten' eksperimental'noi biologii i meditsiny. vol 114. issue 11. 1993-04-01. PMID:1290836. electron microscopy was used to study intracellular changes in the dorsal hippocampus, lateral hypothalamic nucleus and pontine reticular formation of rats after 96-hour paradoxical sleep deprivation. 1993-04-01 2023-08-11 rat
V Patchev, K Felszeghy, L Korány. Neuroendocrine and neurochemical consequences of long-term sleep deprivation in rats: similarities to some features of depression. Homeostasis in health and disease : international journal devoted to integrative brain functions and homeostatic systems. vol 33. issue 3. 1992-07-23. PMID:1818684. sleep deprivation elicited a depletion of norepinephrine in the hypothalamus and decreased its turnover, whereas hippocampal norepinephrine content decreased without considerable turnover alterations. 1992-07-23 2023-08-11 rat
J A Gorter, W Kamphuis, A M Coene. Paradoxical sleep deprivation does not affect neuronal excitability in the rat hippocampus. Brain research. vol 476. issue 1. 1989-03-17. PMID:2914211. paradoxical sleep deprivation does not affect neuronal excitability in the rat hippocampus. 1989-03-17 2023-08-11 rat
J A Gorter, W Kamphuis, A M Coene. Paradoxical sleep deprivation does not affect neuronal excitability in the rat hippocampus. Brain research. vol 476. issue 1. 1989-03-17. PMID:2914211. before, during and after paradoxical sleep deprivation, field potentials, evoked in the ca1 region and in the fascia dentata of the hippocampus by means of paired pulse stimulation, were measured. 1989-03-17 2023-08-11 rat
J A Gorter, W Kamphuis, A M Coene. Paradoxical sleep deprivation does not affect neuronal excitability in the rat hippocampus. Brain research. vol 476. issue 1. 1989-03-17. PMID:2914211. these results suggest that the neuronal excitability in the rat hippocampus, measured with the evoked potential technique, does not change as a result of paradoxical sleep deprivation. 1989-03-17 2023-08-11 rat
V A Klenikova, N E Krivenko, L D Malinauskaĭt. [Concentration of nucleolar nucleic acids in the nucleus raphe dorsalis and CA3 hippocampus of the rat brain during deprivation of the paradoxical phase of sleep]. Fiziologicheskii zhurnal SSSR imeni I. M. Sechenova. vol 71. issue 6. 1985-10-07. PMID:2411608. two-wave-length visible cytophotometry showed an increase of nuclein acids (nas) in neurons of the n. raphe dorsalis and the decrease in sa3 of the rat hippocampus after paradoxical sleep deprivation; the na content was unchanged in gliocytes. 1985-10-07 2023-08-11 rat
L Friedman, B M Bergmann, A Rechtschaffe. Effects of sleep deprivation on sleepiness, sleep intensity, and subsequent sleep in the rat. Sleep. vol 1. issue 4. 1980-01-24. PMID:504877. the effects of 24 hr of sleep deprivation on cortical eeg and ventral hippocampus eeg recordings, ventral hippocampus spike rates, sleep stages percentages, and bout length measures were studied in rats. 1980-01-24 2023-08-11 rat