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When Is the Brain Dead? Living-Like Electrophysiological Responses and Photon Emissions from Applications of Neurotransmitters in Fixed Post-Mortem Human Brains

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Ketamine Response.

Beta1 (14Hz– 20Hz) SPD differences from the pre-injection period to the post-injection period for left hemispheric hippocampal bodies (HB) and parahippocampal gyri (PHG) exposed to various concentrations of ketamine (A). High frequency PDs computed from an average of beta1 (14Hz– 20Hz) and gamma (30Hz– 40Hz) SPD differences from the pre-injection period to the post-injection period for left hemispheric hippocampal bodies (HB) and parahippocampal gyri (PHG) exposed to 1nM ketamine compared to sham injection (B). Significant differences are indicated (p < .05).

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doi: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0167231.g012