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alex
post Dec 07, 2007, 01:43 PM
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Hello! I have a question: what effect do listed below mediators have on the eeg? I mean endogenous and exogenous production of them.
-adrenaline/noradrenaline
-dophamine
-glycine
-PEA (phenylethylamine)
-serotonin
-oxytocine/vasopressine and other neuropeptides.
Maybe you can advice me some books/articles on this topic, I'll be very thankful.
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Hello! I have a question: what effect do listed below mediators have on the eeg? I mean endogenous and exogenous production of them.
-adrenaline/noradrenaline
-dophamine
-glycine
-PEA (phenylethylamine)
-serotonin
-oxytocine/vasopressine and other neuropeptides.
Maybe you can advice me some books/articles on this topic, I'll be very thankful.



EEG measures the sum of activity of postsynaptic neurons. you can have neurotransmitters that are excitatory like dopamenergic to give EPSP and inhibitory signals such as GABA, CL- that will give IPSP Inhibitory postsynaptic signals.
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