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General informations
14/12/2018
Demo PrestoCHILL/FlashFREEZE Microm
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This system allows a quick freezing and/or coating of the samples without isopentane and nitrogen, this dmo will take place on Friday 14/12 from 9h30 to 11h30 on the first tage in front of the caftria.




General informations
10/12/2018
Promotion !

Congratulations Claire Leger (Oliet team) who is promoted to the TS grade at the University of Bordeaux.




General informations
20/11/2018
Remittance of medals

Aude PANATIER receives her bronze medal from Nathalie Leresche (Charge de mission pour les Neurosciences, Institut des Sciences Biologiques du CNRS (INSB)) and Younis Hermés (Délégué Régional CNRS Aquitaine). more information here: https://youtu.be/D9BfK673oUE the video dedicates to Aude https://youtu.be/D9BfK673oUE





Collaboration Team Beyeler in Nature:
Dopamine modulates medial prefrontal cortex (mPFC) activity to mediate diverse behavioural functions. However, the precise circuit computations remain unknown. One potentially unifying model by which dopamine may underlie a diversity of functions is by modulating the signal-to-noise ratio in subpopulations of mPFC neurons. Here we demonstrate that dopamine increases the signal-to-noise ratio of responses to aversive stimuli in mPFC neurons projecting to the dorsal periaqueductal grey (dPAG). This data highlight how dopamine in the mPFC can selectively route sensory information to specific downstream circuits, representing a potential circuit mechanism for valence processing.