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SLEEP Volume 38 / Issue 01 - Thursday, January 1, 2015

Editorial

Home Single-Channel Nasal Pressure for Recommending CPAP Treatment

Efficacy of Home Single-Channel Nasal Pressure for Recommending Continuous Positive Airway Pressure Treatment in Sleep Apnea. 13-21. Article Is Eligible For CME Credits
Juan F. Masa, MD, PhD1,17; Joaquin Duran-Cantolla, MD, PhD2,13,17; Francisco Capote, MD, PhD3; Marta Cabello, MD4; Jorge Abad, MD5,17; Francisco Garcia-Rio, MD6,17; Antoni Ferrer, MD, PhD7,17; Ana M. Fortuna, MD8,17; Nicolas Gonzalez-Mangado, MD, PhD9,17; Monica de la Peña, MD10,17; Felipe Aizpuru, MD2; Ferran Barbe, MD, PhD11,17; Jose M. Montserrat, MD, PhD12,17; Luis D. Larrateguy, MD15; Jorge Rey de Castro, MsC16; Estefania Garcia-Ledesma, MD1,17; Jaime Corral, MD1,17; Maria J. Martin-Vicente, MD1,17; Cristina Martinez-Null, MD2,14,17; Carlos Egea, MD2,14,17; Laura Cancelo, MD2,14; Emilio García-Díaz, MD, PhD3; Carmen Carmona-Bernal, MD, PhD3; Ángeles Sánchez-Armengol, MD, PhD3; Merche Mayos, MD8,17; Rosa M Miralda8,17; Maria F. Troncoso, MD9; Monica Gonzalez, MD4; Marian Martinez-Martinez, MD4; Olga Cantalejo, MD4; Javier Piérola, MD, PhD10,17; Laura Vigil, MD, PhD7; Cristina Embid, MD12; Mireia del Mar Centelles, MD12; Teresa Ramírez Prieto, MD18; Blas Rojo, MD18; Vanesa Lores, MD19

Remission and Incidence of OSA from Middle Childhood to Late Adolescence

Remission and Incidence of Obstructive Sleep Apnea from Middle Childhood to Late Adolescence. 23-29. Article Is Eligible For CME Credits
James C. Spilsbury, PhD1; Amy Storfer-Isser, PhD2; Carol L. Rosen, MD3; Susan Redline, MD4

Chronic Sleep Fragmentation Induces Hypothalamic Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress

Chronic Sleep Fragmentation During the Sleep Period Induces Hypothalamic Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress and PTP1b-Mediated Leptin Resistance in Male Mice. 31-40.
Fahed Hakim, MD; Yang Wang, MD, PhD; Alba Carreras, PhD; Camila Hirotsu, BSc; Jing Zhang, MD; Eduard Peris, MSc; David Gozal, MD

Novel Pathway for Arousal Involves Splicing of an Intron in Period Clock Gene

Arousal Does Not Lead to Reduced Dilator Muscle Activity in the Healthy

Arousal from Sleep Does Not Lead to Reduced Dilator Muscle Activity or Elevated Upper Airway Resistance on Return to Sleep in Healthy Individuals. 53-59.
Amy S. Jordan, PhD1,2; Jennifer M. Cori, BA Hons1,2; Andrew Dawson, BSc Hons1,2; Christian L. Nicholas, PhD1; Fergal J. O'Donoghue, MBBCh, PhD1,2; Peter G. Catcheside, PhD3,4; Danny J. Eckert, PhD5; R. Doug McEvoy, MD3,4; John Trinder, PhD1

Sleep Disturbance and Functional Outcomes in Children with Down Syndrome

Relationship between Sleep Disturbance and Functional Outcomes in Daily Life Habits of Children with Down Syndrome. 61-71.
Shervin S. Churchill, PhD, MPH1,2; Gail M. Kieckhefer, PhD, ARNP2; Kristie F. Bjornson, PhD, PT3,4; Jerald R. Herting, PhD5

Dexmedetomidine-Induced Sedation Does Not Mimic Sleep Phenotypes

Dexmedetomidine-Induced Sedation Does Not Mimic the Neurobehavioral Phenotypes of Sleep in Sprague Dawley Rat. 73-84.
Abigail G. Garrity, BS2; Simhadri Botta, BS1; Stephanie B. Lazar, BS1; Erin Swor, BS1; Giancarlo Vanini, MD1; Helen A. Baghdoyan, PhD1,2; Ralph Lydic, PhD1,2

Characterization of Topographically Specific Sleep Spindles in Mice

Characterization of Topographically Specific Sleep Spindles in Mice. 85-96.
Dongwook Kim, MS1,2; Eunjin Hwang, PhD1; Mina Lee, MS1,2; Hokun Sung, MS3; Jee Hyun Choi, PhD1,2

Effects of Estradiol and Venlafaxine on Insomnia in Women with Hot Flashes

Effects of Estradiol and Venlafaxine on Insomnia Symptoms and Sleep Quality in Women with Hot Flashes. 97-108.
Kristine E. Ensrud, MD, MPH1,2; Katherine A. Guthrie, PhD3; Chancellor Hohensee, MA3; Bette Caan, DrPH4; Janet S. Carpenter, PhD, RN5; Ellen W. Freeman, PhD6; Andrea Z. LaCroix, PhD3; Carol A. Landis, PhD, RN7; JoAnn Manson, MD, DrPH8; Katherine M. Newton, PhD9; Julie Otte, PhD, RN5; Susan D. Reed, MD, MPH10; Jan L. Shifren, MD11; Barbara Sternfeld, PhD4; Nancy F. Woods, PhD, RN7; Hadine Joffe, MD, MSc12

Heritability of Insomnia Progression during Childhood/Adolescence

The Heritability of Insomnia Progression during Childhood/Adolescence: Results from a Longitudinal Twin Study. 109-118.
Nicola L. Barclay, PhD1; Philip R. Gehrman, PhD2; Alice M. Gregory, PhD3; Lindon J. Eaves, PhD4; Judy L. Silberg, PhD5

Sleep and Sleepiness in Insomnia Phenotypes of Shift Work Disorder

Differential Sleep, Sleepiness, and Neurophysiology in the Insomnia Phenotypes of Shift Work Disorder. 119-126.
Valentina Gumenyuk, PhD1,2; Ren Belcher, BA1,3; Christopher L. Drake, PhD1; Thomas Roth, PhD1

The Nature of Stable Insomnia Phenotypes

The Nature of Stable Insomnia Phenotypes. 127-138.
Vivek Pillai, PhD; Thomas Roth, PhD; Christopher L. Drake, PhD

Inhibition of Hypoglossal Motoneurons During REM Produces Atonia

Short Notes

Letter to the Editor

Sleep and Synaptic Homeostasis. 161-162.
Chiara Cirelli, MD, PhD; Giulio Tononi, MD, PhD


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