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Role of electrophysiological activity and interactions of lateral habenula in the development of depression-like behavior in a chronic restraint stress model.

Brain Research 2024 April 4
Closed-loop deep brain stimulation (DBS) system offers a promising approach for treatment-resistant depression, but identifying universally accepted electrophysiological biomarkers for closed-loop DBS systems targeting depression is challenging. There is growing evidence suggesting a strong association between the lateral habenula (LHb) and depression. Here, we took LHb as a key target, utilizing multi-site local field potentials (LFPs) to study the acute and chronic changes in electrophysiology, functional connectivity, and brain network characteristics during the formation of a chronic restraint stress (CRS) model. Furthermore, our model combining the electrophysiological changes of LHb and interactions between LHb and other potential targets of depression can effectively distinguish depressive states, offering a new way for developing effective closed-loop DBS strategies.

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