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IEEE Trans Biomed Eng. 1993 Sep;40(9):870-6.

Nonlinear analysis of the hippocampal subfields of CA1 and the dentate gyrus.

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Department of Engineering and Computer Science, Trinity College, Hartford, CT 06106.

Abstract

The paper discusses the use of nonlinear bispectral analysis in examining the hippocampal EEG collected at subfields of CA1 and the dentate gyrus during the vigilance state of REM sleep. The cross-bispectrum and its unique capabilities of detecting and quantifying quadratic nonlinear interactions occurring between these two hippocampal subfields are explained and demonstrated with simulation examples and EEG data. It was found in this study that quadratic nonlinear interactions exist between CA1 and the dentate gyrus in the 6-8 frequency band which dominates the theta (theta) rhythm observed in the hippocampal EEG during REM sleep. As a result, energy components around the frequency band of the second-order harmonics of theta rhythm are not totally spontaneous, but generated largely due to quadratic nonlinear interactions.

PMID:
8288277
DOI:
10.1109/10.245607
[Indexed for MEDLINE]

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