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Modeling the formation and dynamics of cortical waves induced by cholinergic modulation
© Roach et al. 2015
- Published: 18 December 2015
- Slow Wave Sleep
- Stationary Pattern
- Dynamical Regime
- Sleep State
- Functional Perspective
This work is supported by the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program under Grant No. DGE 1256260 (JPR), the Tauber Family Funds and the Maguy-Glass Chair in Physics of Complex Systems at Tel Aviv University (EBJ), NSF Center for Theoretical Biological Physics Grants PHY-1427654 and NSF-MCB-1214457 (EBJ), NSF CMMI 1029388 (MRZ), and NSF PoLS 1058034 (MRZ \& LMS).
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