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Institut des neurosciences Paris-Saclay

Laboratory presentation

The Paris-Saclay Neuroscience Institute (Neuro-PSI) was founded in 2015 with the aim of creating a real multidisciplinary research center in neuroscience, complementary to NeuroSpin (CEA Saclay campus) and which together form the NeuroSaclay to expand further in future years. The Neuro-PSI is divided into 3 departments in which 20 teams works on a variety of subjects covering all areas of neuroscience, ranging from the study of bird communication in noisy environments to the discovery of new therapeutics for human neuropathies . In addition, the Neuro-PSI benefits from a set of state-of-the-art technical platforms and heavy equipment shared within NeuroSaclay that offer it an international attractiveness and competitiveness.

The 20 latest publications

Title Authors Publication date Source
Deep imaging in the brainstem reveals functional heterogeneity in V2a neurons controlling locomotion Brice Bathellier, Joanna Schwenkgrub, Julien Bouvier, ... 12/04/20 Science Advances
Surface Electromyography in Physiotherapist Educational Program in France: Enhancing Learning sEMG in Stretching Practice Anton A. Dogadov 12/03/20 Frontiers in Neurology
Spatiotemporal properties of whisker-evoked tactile responses in the mouse secondary somatosensory cortex Guillaume Hucher, Daniel E. Shulz, Isabelle Ferezou, ... 12/01/20 Scientific Reports
Emotional remodeling with oxytocin durably rescues trauma-induced behavioral and neuro-morphological changes in rats: a promising treatment for PTSD Pascale Gisquet-Verrier, Claire Le Dorze 12/01/20 Translational Psychiatry
Jouvence a small nucleolar RNA required in the gut extends lifespan in Drosophila Jean René Martin, Abdelkrim Arab, Stéphanie Soulé, ... 12/01/20 Nature Communications
Short and long-term evaluation of the impact of proton minibeam radiation therapy on motor, emotional and cognitive functions Y. Prezado 12/01/20 Scientific Reports
Viruses in connectomics: Viral transneuronal tracers and genetically modified recombinants as neuroscience research tools Gabriella Ugolini 12/01/20 Journal of Neuroscience Methods
Respiration and brain neural dynamics associated with interval timing during odor fear learning in rats Valérie Doyère 12/01/20 Scientific Reports
Contexts of emission of non-signature whistles in bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) under human care Olivier Adam, Juliana Lopez-Marulanda 12/01/20 Behavioural Processes
Sensory substitution reveals a manipulation bias Nicolas Giret, Manon Rolland 12/01/20 Nature Communications
jouvence, a new human snoRNA involved in the control of cell proliferation Jérôme Bignon 12/01/20 BMC Genomics
Absent phasing of respiratory and locomotor rhythms in running mice Julien Bouvier, Coralie Hérent, Severine Diem 12/01/20 eLife
Identification of the Interactions Interference Between the PH and START Domain of CERT by Limonoid and HPA Inhibitors H. Le Stunff 11/27/20 Frontiers in Molecular Biosciences
Non-symmetrical effects in the temporal bisection after selective food devaluation in rats Nicole El Massioui, Valérie Doyère 11/01/20 Behavioural Processes
Interesterified palm oil impairs glucose homeostasis and induces deleterious effects in liver of Swiss mice H. Le Stunff 11/01/20 Metabolism: Clinical and Experimental
Update on Müller glia regenerative potential for retinal repair Morgane Locker, Muriel Perron, Diana García-García 10/01/20 Current Opinion in Genetics and Development
Discovery of two new astyanax cavefish localities leads to further understanding of the species biogeography Laurent Legendre 10/01/20 Diversity
Diversity of olfactory responses and skills in astyanax mexicanus cavefish populations inhabiting different caves Stéphane Père, Maryline Blin, Jorge Torres-Paz, ... 10/01/20 Diversity
Beyond Freezing: Temporal Expectancy of an Aversive Event Engages the Amygdalo-Prefronto-Dorsostriatal Network Valérie Doyère, Lucille Tallot, Lorenzo Diaz-Mataix 10/01/20 Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
Non-thalamic origin of zebrafish sensory nuclei implies convergent evolution of visual pathways in amniotes and teleosts Jean Michel Hermel, Aurélie Heuzé, Ingrid Colin, ... 09/01/20 eLife

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