Noninvasive dissection of mouse sleep using a piezoelectric motion sensor.
|Title||Noninvasive dissection of mouse sleep using a piezoelectric motion sensor.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2016|
|Journal||Journal of neuroscience methods|
Changes in autonomic control cause regular breathing during NREM sleep to fluctuate during REM. Piezoelectric cage-floor sensors have been used to successfully discriminate sleep and wake states in mice based on signal features related to respiration and other movements. This study presents a classifier for noninvasively classifying REM and NREM using a piezoelectric sensor.
|Short Title||J Neurosci Methods|