• a

  • Temporal Relations between Cortical Network Oscillations and Breathing Frequency during REM Sleep

    Here we discovered new and much broader interactions which link breathing frequency to different patterns of oscillatory brain activity.
  • Hippocampus-retrosplenial cortex interaction is increased during phasic REM and contributes to memory consolidation

    We found a training-induced modulation of causality between HPC and RSC that was correlated with memory retrieval 24 h later. Retrieval was proportional to the change in the relative influence RSC exerted upon HPC theta oscillation.
  • Zebrafish automatic monitoring system for conditioning and behavioral analysis. Scientific Reports

    Here, a fully automatic conditioning and detailed analysis of zebrafish behavior is presented.
  • Cyclic alternation of quiet and active sleep states in the octopus. iScience

    These results suggest that cephalopods have an ultradian sleep cycle analogous to that of amniotes
  • Is REM sleep a paradoxical state?: Different neurons are activated in the cingulate cortices and the claustrum during wakefulness and paradoxical sleep hypersomnia

    Our results indicated that W and PS are very different state in term of neocortical activation, although we were not able to determine whether the same or different neurons were activated in ACA, RSP and CLA during W and PSR.
  • Two decades of research towards a potential first anti-epileptic drug

    As the results shown here comprise many different experimental conditions, we will present them in a succession in which these experiments were performed.
  • Using cortical neuron markers to target cells in the dorsal cochlear nucleus. eNeuro

    This work shows that cortical molecular tools may be useful for manipulating the DCN especially for tinnitus studies.
  • Zebrafish tracking using YOLOv2 and Kalman filter. Scientific Reports

    The results of the algorithm show adequate performances in the trajectories of groups of zebrafish that exhibited rapid movements
  • Differential transcript usage unravels gene expression alterations in Alzheimer’s disease human brains. Aging And Mechanisms Of Disease

    In this work, we probed the differential expression of genes in different brain regions of healthy and AD adult subjects using data from three large transcriptomic studies: Mayo Clinic, Mount Sinai Brain Bank (MSBB), and ROSMAP.
  • The entropic tongue: Disorganization of natural language under LSD. Consciousness and Cognition

    We investigated the hypothesis that language produced under the effects of lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) should exhibit increased entropy and reduced semantic coherence.
  • Selective Inhibition of Mirror Invariance for Letters Consolidated by Sleep Doubles Reading Fluency. Current Biology

    Mirror invariance is a visual mechanism that emerges early in human development and that enables a prompt recognition of mirror images.