Françoise Lazarini Perception and Memory Unit, Institut Pasteur, France, France,
1 protocol

Pierre-Marie Lledo Perception and Memory Unit, Institut Pasteur, France, France,
1 protocol

Sébastien Wagner
  • Perception and Memory Unit, Institut Pasteur, France, France,
  • 1 Author merit

Education

MSC, UNIVERSITÉ PARIS XI, France

Current position

Electronic Engineer, Perception et mémoire olfactive, CNRS, Institut Pasteur, UMR 3571, Paris, (75015) France

Publications

  1. Adult-born neurons boost odor–reward association. PNAS (2018) 
  2. Congenital Cytomegalovirus Infection Alters Olfaction Before Hearing. Deterioration In Mice. Journal of Neuroscience (2018) 
  3. Adult neurogenesis facilitates discrimination learning and memory. Nature Neuroscience (2012) 
  4. Selective Viral Transduction of Adult-born Olfactory Neurons for Chronic in vivo Optogenetic Stimulation. Jove (2011) 
  5. Using Affordable LED Arrays for Photo-Stimulation of Neurons. Jove (2011)
1 Protocol published
Assessing Olfaction Using Ultrasonic Vocalization Recordings in Mouse Pups with a Sono-olfactometer
Authors:  Sébastien Wagner, Pierre-Marie Lledo and Françoise Lazarini, date: 02/20/2019, view: 951, Q&A: 0
Olfaction is the first sensory modality to develop during fetal life in mammals, and plays a key role in the various behaviors of neonates such as feeding and social interaction. Odorant cues (i.e., mother or predator scents) can trigger ...
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