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Neurobiologic Mechanisms of Sleep and Wakefulness
Dimitri Markov, M.D.; Marina Goldman, M.D.
FOCUS 2014;12:9-15. doi:10.1176/appi.focus.12.1.9
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Dimitri Markov, M.D., Jefferson Medical College, Sleep Disorders Center, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia PA

Marina Goldman, M.D., University of Pennsylvania

The authors report no competing interests.

Address correspondence to Dimitri Markov, M.D., Jefferson Medical College, Sleep Disorders Center, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia PA. Dimitri.Markov@jefferson.edu

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Table 1.Physiological Functioning During Sleep
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