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thalamocortical assemblies how ion channels, single neurons and large-scale networks organize sleep oscillations monographs of the

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Couverture de l’ouvrage thalamocortical assemblies how ion channels, single neurons and large-scale networks organize sleep oscillations monographs of the
During sleep, our brains generate a wide range of osciallations, from spindle oscillations that appear shortly after sleep onset, through to the delta osciallations that appear in stages of deep sleep. This book looks at the mechanisms that underly these movements and their physiological consequences, placing them into the context of a computational framework.
Part. Part 1:- Introduction, 1.1: Brain rhythmicities, 1.2: Early views on brain rhythmicity, 1.3: Origins of brain rhythmicity, 1.4: Identification of the key neuronal structures, 1.5: Thalamocortical assemblies, Part. Part 2:- Biophysical models of the membrane potential and ionic currents, 2.1: Ionic bases of neuronal excitability, 2.2: Calcium-dependent ion channels, 2.3: Markov models of voltage-dependent ion channels, Part. Part 3:- Electrophysiological properties of thalamic relay neurons, 3.1: The bursting properties of thalamic relay neurons, 3.2: Oscillatory properties of thalamic relay cells, 3.3: Intrinsic waxing-and-waning oscillations in thalamic relay cells, 3.4: Dendritic T-current in thalamic relay cells, Part. Part 4:- Electrophysiological properties of thalamic reticular neurons, 4.1: The rebound burst of thalamic reticular cells, 4.2: Intrinsic oscillations in RE cells, 4.3: Dendritic T-current in thalamic reticular cells, Part. Part 5:- Biophysical models of synaptic interactions, 5.1: Transmitter release, 5.2: Models for different types of postsynaptic receptors, 5.3: Models of synaptic transmission including extracellular diffusion of transmitter, Part. Part 6:- Spindle oscillations in thalamic circuits, 6.1: Experimental characterization of sleep spindle oscillations, 6.2: Models of rhythmicity in the isolated reticular nucleus, 6.3: Models of rhythmicity arising from thalamic relay-reticular interactions, 6.4: Why does the RE nucleus oscillate in vivo but not in vitro?, 6.5: Network model of spindle oscillations in ferret thalamic slices, 6.6: Intrathalamic augmenting responses, Part. Part 7:- Spindle oscillations in the thalamocortical system, 7.1: Experimental characterization of spindle oscillations in the thalamocortical system, 7.2: A thalamocortical network model of spindle oscillations, 7.3: The large-scale synchrony of spindle oscillations during natural sleep, 7.4: Thalamocortical augmenting responses, Part. Part 8:- Thalamocortical mechanisms for spike-and-wave epileptic seizures, 8.1: Experimental characterization of paroxysmal oscillations, 8.2: Modeling the genesis of paroxysmal discharges in the thalamus, 8.3: Model of spike-and-wave oscillations in the thalamocortical system, Part. Part 9:- A physiological role for sleep oscillations?, 9.1: Impact of thalamic inputs on neocortical neurons, 9.2: Oscillations during natural sleep and wakefulness, 9.3: A possible function for sleep oscillations, 9.4: A computational theory of sleep, A - Ionic bases of the membrane potential, B - Optimized algorithms for simulating synaptic currents, C - Data available on the Internet

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