Data for: Orexin Cell transplant reduces behavioral arrest severity in narcoleptic mice

Published: 09-06-2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/sdds8bf3gz.1
Ana Equihua-Benítez,
Julian Equihua-Benítez,
K Guzman


EEG files: We collected 8 h of continuous electrophysiological data from narcoleptic mice of the orexin/ataxin-3 line, and their wildtype littermates, starting at lights-out. Using the electroencephalographic and electromyographic information, 12 s epochs were manually scored into either wake, nrem or rem states using the ICELUS software according to the Radulovacki criteria. Each eeg file contains the information for one state (wake, nrem or rem), and each row represents a continuous bout in seconds. Recorded_behavior file: Animals of each group were recorded for 4 h starting at lights out with the aid of a CCTV infrared video camera. Behaviors were then classified into categories of either behavioral arrest, sleep, grooming, eating, drinking, climbing, and otherwake and the duration of each behavior logged.