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The corticothalamic system acts as a complex network in promoting the various oscillatory patterns (slow oscillation, spindles, delta) that characterize the state of quiet sleep. Local synchronizing mechanisms of any of the above-mentioned oscillations occur at the site of their genesis, thalamic or cortical. These mechanisms are assisted by the wide-range, synchronized occurrence of the cortical slow oscillation, which finally produces the coalesced picture of slow-wave sleep EEG. Multisite,pmid:10909181 fatcat:pzkpda75nba7hnjz3iksbrh52e