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The basal forebrain is the location where adenosine acts to inhibit A1 receptors and induce sleep through hyperpolarization of wake promoting cholinergic neurons. The basal forebrain and apposing areas are a focus for sleep research. It is located near the sub-arachnoidal space.
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