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Role of direct pathway neurons in addictionrelatedcircuit remodeling and behavior in mice

English title Role of direct pathway neurons in addictionrelatedcircuit remodeling and behavior in mice
Applicant Terrier Jean
Number 139123
Funding scheme MD-PhD fellowships (funded by SNSF)
Research institution Dépt des Neurosciences Fondamentales Faculté de Médecine Université de Genève
Institution of higher education University of Geneva - GE
Main discipline Neurophysiology and Brain Research
Start/End 01.01.2012 - 31.12.2014
Approved amount 180'000.00
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Publication
Contrasting forms of cocaine-evoked plasticity control components of relapse.
Pascoli Vincent, Terrier Jean, Espallergues Julie, Valjent Emmanuel, O'Connor Eoin Cornelius, Lüscher Christian (2014), Contrasting forms of cocaine-evoked plasticity control components of relapse., in Nature, 509(7501), 459-64.

Scientific events

Active participation

Title Type of contribution Title of article or contribution Date Place Persons involved
annual lemanic neuroscience meeting Talk given at a conference Self-stimulation of VTA DA neurons is sufficient for addiction-like behavior in mice 29.08.2014 Les diablerets, Switzerland Terrier Jean;
FENS Milan 2014 Poster Self-stimulation of VTA DA neurons is sufficient for addiction-like behavior in mice 05.07.2014 Milan, Italy Terrier Jean;
Giessbach meeting 2013 Talk given at a conference Self-stimulation of VTA DA neurons is sufficient for addiction-like behavior in mice 25.05.2013 Giessbach, Switzerland Terrier Jean;


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