Are there different mechanisms of synchronization in the course of spike-wave discharges (SDS) burst development in WAG/Rij rats?
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SourceActa Neurobiologiae Experimentalis, 66, 3, (2006), pp. 189-194
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Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis
In WAG/Rij rats the pair linear correlation r was calculated for bipolar recordings in fronto-temporal, fronto-occipital and occipito-temporal zones of both hemispheres as well as in paleocerebellar cortex (culmen). It was shown that development of SWD bursts resulted in interhemispheric decreases of correlation between the right occipito-temporal cortical region on one side, and left fronto-temporal on the contralateral side. Towards the end of SWD, we found an increased interhemispheric correlation between left fronto-temporal and right fronto-occipital cortical zones, as well as, between both fronto-temporal zones. Paleocerebellum correlates at a weak to moderate level during different periods of SWD burst generation;
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