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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 19 latest publications

Title Authors Publication date Source
Exposure to 1800 MHz LTE electromagnetic fields under proinflammatory conditions decreases the response strength and increases the acoustic threshold of auditory cortical neurons Samira Souffi, Quentin Gaucher, Jean Marc Edeline 12/01/22 Scientific Reports
Low level of Fibrillarin, a ribosome biogenesis factor, is a new independent marker of poor outcome in breast cancer Françoise Jamen 12/01/22 BMC Cancer
Using acoustics and artificial intelligence to monitor pollination by insects and tree use by woodpeckers Frédéric Sèbe 09/10/22 Science of the Total Environment
Neurophysiological functions and pharmacological tools of acidic and non-acidic Ca<sup>2+</sup> stores José Manuel Cancela 06/01/22 Cell Calcium
CD38-NADase is a new major contributor to Duchenne muscular dystrophic phenotype Antoine De Zélicourt, Abdallah Fayssoil, M. Dakouane-Giudicelli, Isley De Jesus, Faouzi Zarrouki, Marcel Bonay, Sabine De La Porte 05/09/22 EMBO Molecular Medicine
Assessment of the impact of anthropogenic airborne noise on the behaviour of Cape fur seals during the breeding season in Namibia Mathilde Martin, Isabelle Charrier 05/01/22 Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology
Continuity within the somatosensory cortical map facilitates learning Henri Lassagne, Dorian Goueytes, Daniel E. Shulz, Luc Estebanez, Valerie Ego-Stengel 04/05/22 Cell Reports
Temporal Alterations to Central Auditory Processing without Synaptopathy after Lifetime Exposure to Environmental Noise Florian Occelli, Nathalie Desvignes, Bernadette Wiszniowski, Jean Marc Edeline, B. Gourévitch 04/05/22 Cerebral Cortex
Prolonged Consumption of Sweetened Beverages Lastingly Deteriorates Cognitive Functions and Reward Processing in Mice Héloïse Hamelin, Ghislaine Poizat, Mohammed Taouis, Sylvie Granon 03/30/22 Cerebral Cortex
Inter-Individual Differences in Cognitive Tasks: Focusing on the Shaping of Decision-Making Strategies Héloïse Hamelin, Sylvie Granon 03/29/22 Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience
Long Distance Runners in the Marine Realm: New Insights Into Genetic Diversity, Kin Relationships and Social Fidelity of Indian Ocean Male Sperm Whales Olivier Adam 03/16/22 Frontiers in Marine Science
Extracellular and intracellular components of the impedance of neural tissue Claude Bedard, Alain Destexhe 03/15/22 Biophysical Journal
Exploring Zebrafish Larvae as a COVID-19 Model: Probable Abortive SARS-CoV-2 Replication in the Swim Bladder Jean Pierre Levraud 03/11/22 Frontiers in cellular and infection microbiology
Begging and feeding responses vary with relatedness and sex of provisioners in a cooperative breeder Clothilde Lecq, Fanny Rybak 03/01/22 Animal Behaviour
Astrocytes, guardians of critical period plasticity Rachel Breton 03/01/22 Medecine/sciences
Rodents monitor their error in self-generated duration on a single trial basis Virginie van Wassenhove 03/01/22 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
K<sup>+</sup>-independent Kir blockade by external Cs<sup>+</sup> and Ba<sup>2+</sup> Ouanounou Gilles 03/01/22 Physiological Reports
Linking Brain Structure, Activity, and Cognitive Function through Computation Alain Destexhe 03/01/22 eNeuro
CRISPR/Cas9-Mediated Models of Retinitis Pigmentosa Reveal Differential Proliferative Response of Müller Cells between Xenopus laevis and Xenopus tropicalis Karine Parain, Sophie Lourdel, Alicia Donval, Albert Chesneau, Caroline Borday, Odile J. Bronchain, Morgane Locker, Muriel Perron 03/01/22 Cells

Number of publications of the laboratory by scientific field (2016-2021)

Every paper can be classified in one or more scientific fields. The figure below shows the lab's number of publications in each scientific field, according to the ASJC classification (Elsevier)