cases, in which sleeping beauties seem to be injured by spindles so that they fall into sleep then are awakened by princes.
Phenomenon and hypothesis
Given in his paper, Van Raan defined: A ‘Sleeping Beauty in Science’ is a
Sleep spindles are the hallmark of non-rapid eye movement (NREM) sleep in humans and animals (reviewed in De Gennaro and Ferrara, 2003 ; De Gennaro et al., 2005 ). The name “spindle” refers to its characteristic
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Increased birefringence in the meiotic spindle