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Sleepy and dreamless mutant mice

Nature volume 539, pages 364365 (17 November 2016) | Download Citation

Sleep in mammals consists of non-rapid-eye-movement and rapid-eye-movement sleep. A large genetic screen reveals that these two sleep states are altered in mice by mutations dubbed Sleepy and Dreamless. See Article p.378

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  1. Derk-Jan Dijk and Raphaëlle Winsky-Sommerer are in the Surrey Sleep Research Centre, University of Surrey, Guildford, Surrey GU2 7XP, UK.

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