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A Nature study finds that sleep deprivation in Drosophila elevates reactive oxygen species in sleep-promoting neurons, leading to changes in potassium currents and spiking activity – thereby connecting energy metabolism, oxidative stress, and sleep. ht

06:08 EDT 26 Mar 2019 | Nature Publishing

A Nature study finds that sleep deprivation in Drosophila elevates reactive oxygen species in sleep-promoting neurons, leading to changes in potassium currents and spiking activity – thereby connecting energy metabolism, oxidative stress, and sleep. https://go.nature.com/2TsUTIq 

Original Article: A Nature study finds that sleep deprivation in Drosophila elevates reactive oxygen species in sleep-promoting neurons, leading to changes in potassium currents and spiking activity – thereby connecting energy metabolism, oxidative stress, and sleep. ht

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