PMID: 4324033Apr 2, 1971Paper

Eye movement potentials in the oculomotor and visual systems of the cat: a comparison of reserpine induced waves with those present during wakefulness and rapid eye movement sleep

Brain Research
D C Brooks, M D Gershon

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