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CocAddict Consortium meeting in BordeauxCocAddict Consortium meeting in Bordeaux

Members of the European ERA-NET NEURON (Network of EUROpean funding for Neuroscience research). COCADDICT met in Bordeaux on July, 7th and 8th 2015, in the premises of Magendie Neurocenter. Specialized in cocaine addiction mechanisms, this network members develop preclinical and clinical research projects on neural mechanisms involved in cocaine addiction process. Coming from Canada and Germany, the neuroimaging and electrophysiology experts of this consortium came in Bordeaux to share their results with their French partners and promote the development of scientific collaborations.

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Use of Cellvizio technology to visualize cerebral vessels network in a new publication from Jean-Luc MorelUse of Cellvizio technology to visualize cerebral vessels network in a new publication from Jean-Luc Morel

TRPP2 modulates ryanodine- and inositol-1,4,5-trisphosphate receptors-dependent Ca2+ signals in opposite ways in cerebral arteries

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Organisation of a workshop on in depth tissue imaging on small-animal within the "Imaging the Cell" 8th meetingOrganisation of a workshop on in depth tissue imaging on small-animal within the "Imaging the Cell" 8th meeting

In the frame of the 8th Imaging the Cell international meeting, a workshop on small-animal and in depth tissue imaging was organized on OptoPath premises. Cellvizio equipement was used to...

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A publication in Nature Neuroscience by Cyril Herry's teamA publication in Nature Neuroscience by Cyril Herry's team

Internally generated 4 hz oscillations synchronize prefrontal-amygdala neuronal circuits during fear behaviour. Fear response to traumatic or threatening situations helps us evade or escape danger. At the same time fear response is learned in the form of association between stimulus or situation and the presence of a stressor (e.g. physical danger). This association is very powerful and leaves a memory trace that persists for years after a single experience, generating profound structural and functional changes in the brain that can potentially develop into post-traumatic stress and other anxiety-related disorders.

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The CAJAL School in OPTOPATHThe CAJAL School in OPTOPATH

OptoPath hosted some courses of the Cajal School "Connectomics: from Micro- to Meso- and Macro-Scales" (2-21 October 2017, Bordeaux Neurocampus, France)

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