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2014 | 63 | 2 | 189-200
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Znaczenie dopaminy w regulacji stanów snu i czuwania

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The role of dopamine in the control of sleep-wake states
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Sen i czuwanie regulowane są przez szereg neurotransmiterów i neuromodulatorów ośrodkowego układu nerwowego. W pracy przedstawiono fakty przemawiające za udziałem dopaminergicznego układu mezostriatalnego i mezokortykolimbicznego w regulacji snu i czuwania. Omówiono wpływ dopaminy, jej agonistów i transportera dopaminowego na stan czuwania i snu, zaburzenia snu towarzyszące dysfunkcjom układu dopaminergicznego oraz rolę dopaminy w śnie REM i indukcji marzeń sennych. Przedstawiono także propozycję modelu uwzględniającego udział dróg mezolimbicznych w systemie generacji hipokampalnego rytmu theta, który jest jedną z kryterialnych cech snu REM.
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Sleep and wakefulness are regulated by a number of neurotransmitters and neuromodulators of the central nervous system. This paper presents the facts supporting the role of the dopaminergic mesocorticolimbic and mesostriatal systems in the regulation of sleep and wakefulness. The effects of dopamine, its agonists and dopamine transporter on wakefulness, sleep, sleep disorders and the role of dopamine in the induction of REM sleep and dreams are discussed. Mesolimbic pathways are included in a suggested model of generation of hippocampal theta rhythm, which is one of the criterial features of REM sleep.
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63
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2
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189-200
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2014
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