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"Abnormal wiring of CCK+ basket cells disrupts spatial information coding""Abnormal wiring of CCK+ basket cells disrupts spatial information coding"

A publication in Nature Neuroscience with Aline Marighetto.

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Two FRM (Fondation pour la Recherche Médicale) grants on Addiction awarded to OptoPath scientistsle 08/08Two FRM (Fondation pour la Recherche Médicale) grants on Addiction awarded to OptoPath scientists

OptoPath scientists have been awarded two very competitive FRM grants: Serge Ahmed for a research project based on “Decision-making in pathological addiction to cocaine: causal role of orbitofrontal neuronal activity” and Veronique Deroche-Gamonet for a project entitled “Is addiction to nicotine a single entity? A preclinical model to identify subpopulations which are differentially sensitive to treatment”

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Blood brain barrier precludes the cerebral arteries to intravenously-injected antisense oligonucleotidele 23/07Blood brain barrier precludes the cerebral arteries to intravenously-injected antisense oligonucleotide

A publication from Jean-Luc Morel in European Journal of Pharmacology

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Neuronal Circuits for Fear Expression and Recovery: Recent Advances and Potential Therapeutic StrategiesNeuronal Circuits for Fear Expression and Recovery: Recent Advances and Potential Therapeutic Strategies

In this publication in Biological Psychiatry, Cyril Dejean and Cyril Herry review the functional role of distinct neuronal structures involved in the expression and recovery of conditioned fear responses and detail the non-canonical neuronal circuits recently identified to play a key role in fear expression. The identification of neuronal circuits dedicated to fear expression may promote the development of new therapeutical strategies for anxiety disorders and related psychiatric conditions.

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Deux chercheurs d'OptoPath dans le magazine "La Recherche"Deux chercheurs d'OptoPath dans le magazine "La Recherche"

Pour son numéro spécial d’Aout 2014 « la bibliothèque idéale – les 40 livres de science indispensables », le magazine « La Recherche » a demandé à des chercheurs de toutes disciplines et de tous horizons intellectuels quel était leur livre de science préféré, celui qui les avait inspirés, fait rêver, bousculés parfois.

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