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Schlafmittelwirkungen auf subkortikale Hirngebiete

  • Eggert Holm

Zusammenfassung

Zur Kenntnis der Schlaf-Wach-Mechanismen tragen, wie Monnier gezeigt hat, biochemische und pharmakologische Untersuchungen entscheidend bei (S. 85). So wurde die Erforschung dieser Mechanismen auch gefördert durch die Analyse von Schlafmittelwirkungen auf zerebrale Strukturen. Die bisher bekannten neurophysiologischen Erscheinungen des pharmakologisch induzierten Schlafes sind denen des natürlichen Schlafes recht ähnlich, allerdings nicht mit ihnen identisch.

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  • Eggert Holm
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  1. 1.HeidelbergDeutschland

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