Hormones, Plasticity & Stress.

Three new articles from the lab:

1) Regeneration of the neurogliavascular unit visualized in vivo by transcranial live-cell imaging
Congrats to the authors: Arango-Lievano M*, Dromard Y*, Fontanaud P*, Lafont C, Mollard P and Jeanneteau F
Published in the Journal of Neuroscience Methods.

2) A hammer or a bullet: perspectives from chronic and acute stress rodent models of PTSD By Prabahan Chakraborty, Chattarji S and Freddy Jeanneteau in IntechOpen.

3) The +TIP Navigator-1 is an actin-microtubule crosslinker that regulates axonal growth cone motility.
Sánchez-Huertas C, Bonhomme M, Falco A, Fagotto-Kaufmann C, van Haren J, Jeanneteau F, Galjart N, Debant A, Boudeau J. J Cell Biol. 2020 Sep 7;219(9):e201905199.

PORTRAIT du laboratoire sur le site de la Fondation pour la Recherche Médicale (FRM): Lien ICI

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INTERVIEW of Freddy for LePoint.fr (FR): ” Les inquiétantes conséquences à long terme du stress précoce

Overview of our research:

We are studying the systems and neuronal networks implicated in the regulation of behaviors in mice models.

Two-Photon Imaging

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Our lab uses a variety of technologies in order to determine the circuitry regulating social behaviors (link), memory formation (link) and …

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The Live Mouse Tracker

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We use the Live Mouse Tracker, an open-source technology, to study social behaviors of groups of mice.

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Mice house in groups display a complex range of natural and social behaviors.