Low frequency transcranial electrical stimulation does not entrain sleep rhythms measured by human intracranial recordings.

Low frequency transcranial electrical stimulation does not entrain sleep rhythms measured by human intracranial recordings.
Related ArticlesLow frequency transcranial electrical stimulation does not entrain sleep rhythms measured by human intracranial recordings. Nat Commun. 2017 10 31;8(1):1199 Authors: Lafon B, Henin S, Huang Y, Friedman D, Melloni L, Thesen T, Doyle W, Buzsáki G, Devinsky O, Parra LC, A Liu A Abstract Transcranial electrical stimulation has widespread clinical and research applications, yet its effect on ongoing neural activity in humans is not well established. Previous reports argue that transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS) can entrain and enhance neural rhythms related to memory, but the evidence from non-invasive recordings has remained inconclusive. Here, we measure ... read more
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