Sleep and Microdialysis: An Experiment and a Systematic Review of Histamine and Several Amino Acids

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Leenaars, Cathalijn H. C.; Drinkenburg, W. H. Pim; Nolten, Christ; Dematteis, Maurice; Joosten, Ruud N. J. M. A.; Feenstra, Matthijs G. P.; De Vries, Rob B. M.;
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  • Journal: Journal of Circadian Rhythms,volume 17 (issn: 1740-3391, eissn: 1740-3391)
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  • Subject: Research Article | Histamine | Prefrontal cortex | Amino acids | GABA | Taurine | Asparagine | Systematic Review | Glutamine | QH301-705.5 | Proline | Sleep | Microdialysis | Glycine | Amino acids; Proline; Microdialysis; Prefrontal cortex; Sleep; Systematic Review; Glutamate; Glutamine; Glycine; Aspartate; Asparagine; GABA; Histamine; Taurine; Proline | Aspartate | Glutamate | Biology (General)

Sleep seems essential to proper functioning of the prefrontal cortex (PFC). The role of different neurotransmitters has been studied, mainly the catecholamines and serotonin. Less attention has been paid to the amino acid transmitters and histamine. Here, we focus on th... View more
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