Shay Dickmann's research while affiliated with Hebrew University of Jerusalem and other places

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In light of the general shift from rats to mice as the leading rodent model in neuroscience research we used c-Fos expression as a tool to survey brain regions in the mouse in which neural activity differs between the states of wakefulness and pentobarbital-induced general anesthesia. The aim was to complement prior surveys carried out in rats. In...

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... Several studies have confirmed that anesthetics impacted neural activities, including significant downregulation of Cxcl12 mRNA expression in primary hippocampal neurons [19], suppressing neural activities in cerebral cortex [20], inhibiting excitatory transmitter release by blocking presynaptic Ca 2+ channels or extracellular mechanisms [21], and leading to distinct spatiotemporal activity in principal neurons of the mouse olfactory cortex [22]. Not only that, a preliminary study also showed that the modulation of functional connectivity by low-frequency rTMS varied considerably among the isoflurane, propofol and dexmedetomidine groups [23]. ...