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Growth-Promoting Protein Linked to REM Sleep in Rats

19:00 EST 11 Nov 2017 | The Scientist

Brain-derived neurotrophic factor affects onset and duration of REM in the animals, but not other phases of sleep.

Original Article: Growth-Promoting Protein Linked to REM Sleep in Rats

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