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SLEEP Volume 37 / Issue 10 - Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Editorial

Reduced Circadian Rhythmicity in Individuals Resistant to Sleep Deprivation

Blood-Gene Expression Reveals Reduced Circadian Rhythmicity in Individuals Resistant to Sleep Deprivation. 1589-1600. Article Is Eligible For CME Credits
Erna S. Arnardottir, PhD1,2,3; Elena V. Nikonova, MD4; Keith R. Shockley, PhD5; Alexei A. Podtelezhnikov, PhD4; Ron C. Anafi, MD, PhD3; Keith Q. Tanis, PhD4; Greg Maislin, MS, MA1; David J. Stone, PhD4; John J. Renger, PhD6; Christopher J. Winrow, PhD6; Allan I. Pack, MBChB, PhD1

HLA DQB1*06:02 Negative Narcolepsy with Hypocretin/Orexin Deficiency

HLA DQB1*06:02 Negative Narcolepsy with Hypocretin/Orexin Deficiency. 1601-1608.
Fang Han, MD1; Ling Lin, MD, PhD2; Barbara Schormair, PhD3; Fabio Pizza, MD, PhD4; Giuseppe Plazzi, MD, PhD4; Hanna M. Ollila2; Sona Nevsimalova, MD, PhD5; Poul Jennum, MD6; Stine Knudsen, MD6,7; Juliane Winkelmann, MD2,3; Cristin Coquillard8; Farbod Babrzadeh9; Tim M. Strom, MD3; Chunlin Wang, PhD9; Michael Mindrinos, PhD9; Marcelo Fernandez Vina, PhD8; Emmanuel Mignot, MD, PhD2

EEG Power Spectral Density of the Orexin Receptor Antagonist Suvorexant

Electroencephalographic Power Spectral Density Profile of the Orexin Receptor Antagonist Suvorexant in Patients with Primary Insomnia and Healthy Subjects. 1609-1619.
Junshui Ma, PhD1; Vladimir Svetnik, PhD1; Ellen Snyder, PhD1; Christopher Lines, PhD1; Thomas Roth, PhD2; W. Joseph Herring, MD, PhD1

Two Distinct Synchronization Processes in the Transition to Sleep

Two Distinct Synchronization Processes in the Transition to Sleep: A High-Density Electroencephalographic Study. 1621-1637.
Francesca Siclari, MD1; Giulio Bernardi, MD, PhD1,2,3; Brady A. Riedner, PhD1; Joshua J. LaRocque, BS4; Ruth M. Benca, MD, PhD1; Giulio Tononi, MD, PhD1

Tongue Fat and its Relationship to Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Tongue Fat and its Relationship to Obstructive Sleep Apnea. 1639-1648. Article Is Eligible For CME Credits
Andrew M. Kim, BS1; Brendan T. Keenan, MS1; Nicholas Jackson, MPH1; Eugenia L. Chan, BA1; Bethany Staley, RPSGT, CRC1; Harish Poptani, PhD3; Drew A. Torigian, MD, MA3; Allan I. Pack, MBChB, PhD1,2; Richard J. Schwab, MD1,2

Diagnostic REM Sleep without Antonia Thresholds in REM Sleep Behavior Disorder

Diagnostic Thresholds for Quantitative REM Sleep Phasic Burst Duration, Phasic and Tonic Muscle Activity, and REM Atonia Index in REM Sleep Behavior Disorder with and without Comorbid Obstructive Sleep Apnea. 1649-1662.
Stuart J. McCarter, BA; Erik K. St. Louis, MD; Ethan J. Duwell, BA; Paul C. Timm, BS; David J. Sandness, BA; Bradley F. Boeve, MD; Michael H. Silber, MBChB

Validation of Software for the Detection of REM Sleep Behavior Disorder

Validation of an Integrated Software for the Detection of Rapid Eye Movement Sleep Behavior Disorder. 1663-1671.
Birgit Frauscher, MD; David Gabelia, MD; Marlene Biermayr; Ambra Stefani, MD; Heinz Hackner; Thomas Mitterling, MD; Werner Poewe, MD; Birgit Högl, MD

Upper Airway Collapsibility is Associated with Obesity and Hyoid Position

Upper Airway Collapsibility is Associated with Obesity and Hyoid Position. 1673-1678.
Pedro R. Genta, MD1,2; Fabiola Schorr, MD1; Danny J. Eckert, PhD3; Eloisa Gebrim, MD4; Fabiane Kayamori, MS1; Henrique T. Moriya, PhD5; Atul Malhotra, MD2,6; Geraldo Lorenzi-Filho, MD1

Influence of Cerebral Blood Flow on Central Sleep Apnea at High Altitude

Influence of Cerebral Blood Flow on Central Sleep Apnea at High Altitude. 1679-1687.
Keith R. Burgess, PhD1,2; Samuel J.E. Lucas, PhD3; Kelly Shepherd, PhD1; Andrew Dawson, BSc1; Marianne Swart, MSc1; Kate N. Thomas, BSc3; Rebekah A.I. Lucas, PhD3; Joseph Donnelly, MBBS3; Karen C. Peebles, PhD3; Rishi Basnyat, MD4,5; Philip N. Ainslie, PhD6

Heritability of Craniofacial Structures in People with and without Sleep Apnea

Heritability of Craniofacial Structures in Normal Subjects and Patients with Sleep Apnea. 1689-1698.
Luqi Chi, MD; Francois-Louis Comyn, DMD; Brendan T. Keenan, MS; Jacqueline Cater, PhD; Greg Maislin, MS, MA; Allan I. Pack, MBChB; Richard J. Schwab, MD

Influence of Saline Infusion on Sleep Apnea Severity in Men

A Randomized, Double Crossover Study to Investigate the Influence of Saline Infusion on Sleep Apnea Severity in Men. 1699-1705.
Azadeh Yadollahi, PhD1,2; Joseph M. Gabriel, MSc1,3; Laura H. White, MBChB1,4,5; Luigi Taranto Montemurro, MD1,4; Takatoshi Kasai, MD, PhD1,4; T. Douglas Bradley, MD1,4,5

Combined Effects of SDB and Metabolic Syndrome on Endothelial Function

Combined Effects of Sleep Disordered Breathing and Metabolic Syndrome on Endothelial Function: The Wisconsin Sleep Cohort Study. 1707-1713.
Claudia E. Korcarz, DVM; James H. Stein, MD, FACC; Paul E. Peppard, PhD; Terry B. Young, PhD; Jodi H. Barnet, MS; F. Javier Nieto, MD, PhD

Acute Melatonin Administration in Humans Impairs Glucose Tolerance

Acute Melatonin Administration in Humans Impairs Glucose Tolerance in Both the Morning and Evening. 1715-1719.
Patricia Rubio-Sastre, PhD1; Frank A.J.L. Scheer, PhD2; Purificación Gómez-Abellán, PhD1; Juan A. Madrid, PhD1; Marta Garaulet, PhD1

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