PUBLICATIONS

ARTICLES

1-  Potentiation by low doses of several neuroleptics of food-induced conditionned place preference in rats. Guyon A, Assouly-Besse F, Biala G, Puech A & Thiébot MH (1993) Psychopharmacology 110: 460-466.

2-  Thalamic low threshold calcium current in a genetic model of absence epilepsy. Guyon A, Vergnes M & Leresche N (1993) Neuroreport 4: 1231-1234.

3-  Sensory input and burst firing output of rat and cat thalamo-cortical cells: the role of NMDA and AMPA/kainate receptors, Turner J, Leresche N, Guyon A, Soltesz I & Crunelli V (1994). Journal of Physiology 480-2: 281-295.

4-  Modulation by different GABAB receptor types of voltage-activated calcium currents in rat thalamo-cortical neurones. Guyon, A & Leresche N (1995) Journal of Physiology 485-1: 29-42.

5-  On the action of the anti-absence drug ethosuximide in the rat and cat thalamus. Leresche N, Parri, HR, Erdemli G, Guyon A, Turner JP, Williams SR, Asprodini E & Crunelli V (1998) The Journal of Neuroscience 18 (13): 4842-53.

6-  Incremental conductance levels of GABAA receptors in dopaminergic neurones of the rat substantia nigra pars compacta. Guyon A, Laurent S, Paupardin-Tritsch D, Rossier J & Eugène D (1999) Journal of Physiology 516-3: 719-37.

7-  Functional glycine receptor maturation in the absence of glycinergic input in dopaminergic neurones of the rat substantia nigra. Mangin JM, Guyon A, Eugène D, Paupardin-Tritsch D & Legendre P (2002) Journal of Physiology 542-3: 685-97.

8-  Furosemide modulation of two populations of GABAA receptors in dopaminergic neurons of the rat substantia nigra. Guyon A, Cathala L, Paupardin-Tritsch D & Eugène D (2002) Neuropharmacology 43 : 750-763.

9-  a2-adrenoceptor activation increases a cationic conductance and spontaneous gabaergic synaptic activity in dopaminergic neurones of the rat substantia nigra. Cathala, L, Guyon A, Eugène D & Paupardin-Tritsch D (2002) Neuroscience 115: 1059-65.

10- Complex effects of stromal cell-Derived Factor-1a on the excitability of melanin concentrating hormone neurones. Guyon A, Banisadr G, Rovère C, Cervantes A, Kitabgi P, Parsadanianz M & Nahon JL (2005) Eur J Neurosci. 21(3):701-10.

11 -Stromal cell-Derived Factor-1 a directly modulates voltage-dependent currents of the action potential in mammalian neuronal cells Guyon A, Rovère C, Cervantes A, Allaeys I, & Nahon JL (2005) J Neurochem. 93(4):963-73.

12 - Stromal cell-derived factor-1a modulation of the excitability of rat substantia nigra dopaminergic neurones: presynaptic mechanisms. Guyon A, Skrzydelsi D, Rovère C, Rostène W, Parsadaniantz SM & Nahon JL (2006) J Neurochem. 96(6):1540-50.

13- Inflammation mediators and control of food intake. Guyon A & Nahon JL (2006) Journ Annu Diabetol Hotel Dieu. 2006 : 25-35. Review

14- Multiple actions of the chemokine stromal cell-derived factor-1a on neuronal activity. Guyon A & Nahon JL (2007)  J Mol Endocrinol. 38(3):365-76. Review

15- The chemokine stromal cell-derived factor-1/CXCL12 activates the nigrostriatal dopamine system. Guyon A, Skrzydelski D, Daugé V, Rovère C, Apartis E, Kitabgi P, Nahon JL, Rostène W & Parsadaniantz SM. (2007) J Neurochem. 102(4):1175-83.

16- Tonic activation of CXCR4 in immature granule cells supports  neurogenesis in the adult dentate gyrus. Kolodziej A, Schulz S, Guyon A, Pfeiffer M, Höllt V & Stumm R (2008) J Neuroscience 28:4488-500.

17- How cytokines can influence the brain: a role for chemokines? Guyon A, Massa F, Rovere C & Nahon J.L (2008) J Neuroimmunol 198(1-2):46-55. Review.

18- SDF-1 modulates high threshold calcium currents in rat substantia nigra. Guyon A, Skrzydelski D, Rovère C, Apartis E, Rostène W, Kitabgi P, Mélik Parsadaniantz S & Nahon JL (2008) EJN, 28: 862-870.

19- Glucose inhibition persists in hypothalamic neurons lacking tandem-pore K+ channels. Guyon A, Tardy M P, Rovère C,  Nahon JL,  Barhanin J &  Lesage F (2009) J Neurosci. 29(8):2528-33.

20- MCH induces differentiation of human neuroblastoma cells through MAP kinase dependent and independent signalling pathways. Grand N, Rovère C, Guyon A, Cervantes A, Viale A & Nahon JL (2009) Peptides 30(11):2014-24.

21- Melanin-concentrating hormone producing neurons: activities and modulations. Guyon A, Conductier G, Enfissi A, Rovère C & Nahon JL (2009) Peptides 30 (11):2031-9 Review.

22- Long term exposure to the chemokine CCL2 activates the nigrostriatal dopamine system: a novel mechanism for the control of dopamine release. Guyon A, Skrzydelski D, De Giry I, Rovère C, Conductier G, Trocello JM, Daugé V, Kitabgi P, Rostène W, Nahon JL, Mélik Parsadaniantz S (2009) Neuroscience.15;162:1072-80.

23- Spadin, a sortilin-derived peptide, targeting rodent TREK-1 channels: a new concept in the antidepressant drug design. Mazella J, Pétrault O, Lucas G, Deval E, Béraud-Dufour S, Gandin C, El-Yacoubi M, Widmann C, Guyon A, Chevet E, Taouji S, Conductier G, Corinus A, Coppola T, Gobbi G, Nahon JL, Heurteaux C & Borsotto M (2010) PLoS Biol. 13; 8(4).

24- The role of monocyte chemoattractant protein MCP1/CCL2 in neuroinflammatory diseases. Conductier G, Blondeau N, Guyon A, Nahon JL & Rovère C (2010) J Neuroimmunol. 224(1-2):93-100.

25- Chemokines and chemokine receptors: New actors in neuroendocrine regulations. Rostène W, Guyon A, Kular L, Godefroy D, Barbieri F, Bajetto A, Banisadr G, Callewaere C, Conductier G, Rovère C, Mélik-Parsadaniantz S &  Florio T (2011) Front Neuroendocrinol. 32: 10-24.

 

26- Dopamine depresses melanin concentrating hormone neuronal activity through multiple effects on a2-noradrenergic, D1 and D2-like dopaminergic receptors. Conductier G, Nahon JL & Guyon A (2011) Neuroscience 178: 89-100.

27- Prion protein is a key determinant of alcohol sensitivity through the modulation of N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor (NMDAR) activity. Petit-Paitel A, Ménard B, Guyon A, Béringue V, Nahon JL, Zsürger N & Chabry J (2012) PLoS One.;7(4).

28- Baclofen and other GABAB receptor agents are allosteric modulators of the CXCL12 chemokine receptor CXCR4. Guyon A, Kussrow A, Olmsted IR, Sandoz G, Bornhop DJ & Nahon JL (2013) J Neurosci. 33(28):11643-11654.

29- Melanin-concentrating hormone regulates beat frequency of ependymal cilia and ventricular volume. Conductier G, Brau F, Viola A, Langlet F, Ramkumar N, Dehouck B, Lemaire T, Chapot R, Lucas L, Rovère C, Maitre P, Hosseiny S, Petit-Paitel A, Adamantidis A, Lakaye B, Risold PY, Prévot V, Meste O, Nahon JL & Guyon A (2013) Nature Neuroscience 16 (7):845-7.

30- CXCL12 chemokine and GABA neurotransmitter systems crosstalk and their putative roles. Guyon A. (2014) Front Cell Neurosci. 28;5:115.

 

31- CXCL12 chemokine and its receptors as major players in the interactions between immune and nervous systems. (2014) Guyon A. Front Cell Neurosci. 6;8:65

32- Systemic LPS challenge triggers CCL2/CCR2-related neuroinflammation:possible relevance to depressive disorders. Cazareth J, Guyon A, Magnin J, Carine Gandin C, Heurteaux C, Chabry J and Petit-Paitel A (2014) J Neuroinflammation 28;11:1

33- First Connectomics Challenge: From Imaging to Connectivity (2014) Battaglia D, Guyon I, Guyon A, Orlandi J, Ray B, Saeed M, Soriano J and Statnikov A. Front. Neuroinform. Conference Abstract: Neuroinformatics 2014. doi: 10.3389/conf.fninf.2014.18.00082

 

34- Differential neuronal plasticity in the hippocampus associated with various periods of enriched environment in youth and adult mice. Hosseiny

S, Pietri M, Petit-Paitel A, Zarif H. Heurteaux C, Chabry J & Guyon A (2015) Brain Structure and function Volume 220, Issue 6, 3435-48.

 

35- Robust estimation of the motile cilia beating frequency. Meste O, Brau F & Guyon A. (2015) Med Biol Eng Comput. (2015) Jul 28 PMID:26215519.

 

36- Enriched environment decreases microglia and brain macrophages inflammatory phenotypes through adiponectin-dependent mechanisms: Relevance to depressive-like behavior. Chabry J, Nicolas S, Cazareth J, Murris E, Guyon A, Glaichenhaus N, Heurteaux C, Petit-Paitel A. Brain Behav Immun. (2015) Jul 22. doi: 10.1016/j.bbi.2015.07.018.

 

37- Molecular and cellular neuroinflammatory status of mouse brain after systemic lipopolysaccharide challenge: importance of CCR2/CCL2 signaling. Cazareth J, Guyon A, Heurteaux C, Chabry J, Petit-Paitel A. J Neuroinflammation. (2015) Jul 28;11:132. doi: 10.1186/1742-2094-11-132.

 

38- Central CCL2 signaling onto MCH neurons mediates metabolic and behavioral adaptation to inflammation. Le Thuc O, Cansell C, Bourourou M, Denis R G.P., Devaux N, Guyon A, Cazareth J, Heurteaux C, Rostène W, Luquet S, Blondeau N, Nahon J-L and Rovère C. (2016) EMBO Reports.

 

39- Optical control of synaptic plasticity with a family of photoswitchable NMDA receptors (2016). Szobota S, Berlin S, Reiner A, Caroll EC, Guyon A, Xiao, T, Trauner D & Isacoff  EY. eLife. pii: e12040. doi: 10.7554/eLife.12040.

 

40- Central CCL2 signaling onto MCH neurons mediates metabolic and behavioral adaptation to inflammation. (2016) Le Thuc O, Cansell C, Bourourou M, Denis R G.P., Devaux N, Guyon A, Cazareth J, Heurteaux C, Rostène W, Luquet S, Blondeau N, Nahon J-L and Rovère C. EMBO Reports. 17(12):1738-1752.

 

41- TRH modulates glutamatergic synaptic inputs on CA1 neurons of the mouse hippocampus in a biphasic manner. (2016) Zarif H, Petit-Paitel A, Heurteaux C, Chabry J & Guyon A. Neuropharmacology. 110 : 69-81.

42- Globular Adiponectin Limits Microglia Pro-Inflammatory Phenotype through an AdipoR1/NF-κB Signaling Pathway. (2017) Nicolas S, Cazareth J, Zarif H, Guyon A, Heurteaux C, Chabry J, Petit-Paitel A .Front Cell Neurosci. 14;11:352.

43- CD8+ T cells are essential for the effects of enriched environment on hippocampus-dependent behavior, hippocampal neurogenesis and synaptic plasticity. (2017) Zarif H, Nicolas S, Guyot M, Hosseiny S, Lazzari A, Canali MM, Cazareth J, Brau F, Golzné V, Dourneau E, Maillaut M, Luci C, Paquet A, Lebrigand K, Arguel MJ, Daoudlarian D, Heurteaux C, Glaichenhaus N, Chabry J, Petit-Paitel A & Guyon A, Brain Behav Immun. pii:

S0889-1591(17)30517-2. doi: 10.1016/j.bbi.2017.11.016.

44- CD4+ T cells have a permissive effect on enriched environment-induced hippocampus plasticity through thyroid system regulation (2018)  Zarif H., Hosseiny S., Paquet A., Lebrigand K, Arguel MJ., Cazareth J., Lazzari A., Heurteaux C., Glaichenhaus N., Chabry J., Petit-Paitel A. and Guyon A. Front Synaptic Neurosci. 2018 Jun 13;10:14.

45- Adiporon, an adiponectin receptor agonist acts as an antidepressant and metabolic regulator in a mouse model of depression. (2018) Nicolas S, Debayle D, Béchade C, Maroteaux L, Gay AS, Bayer P, Heurteaux C, Guyon A, Chabry J. Transl Psychiatry. 16;8(1):159.

 

46- CD4+ T Cells Affect the Thyroid Hormone Transport at the Choroid Plexus in Mice Raised in Enriched Environment. (2019) Zarif H, Paquet A, Lebrigand K, Arguel MJ, Heurteaux C, Glaichenhaus N, Chabry J, Guyon A, Petit-Paitel A. Neuroimmunomodulation. 26(2):59-66.

 

47- Pancreatic nerve electrostimulation inhibits recent onset autoimmune diabetes. (2019) Guyot M., Ceppo F, Zarif  H., Guyon A., Panzolini C, Murris E, Brusini R, Hugues-Ascery S, Lewis S, Sridhar A, Glaichenhaus N. and Blancou P. Nature Biotechnology 37(12):1446-1451. doi: 10.1038/s41587-019-0295-8.

 

48- Norma Gomes, Sepideh Iranfar, Slah Aridhi, Alice Guyon. Physiological and psychological effects of rapid relaxation devices using sensorial immersion: a pilot study. Journal of Interdisciplinary Methodologies and Issues in Science, Journal of Interdisciplinary Methodologies and Issues in Science, 2020, Vol. 9 - Methods to assess the effects of sensory stimulations on wellness, ⟨10.18713/JIMIS-021120-9-1⟩. ⟨hal-02993387⟩

 

49- Norma Gomes, Sepideh Iranfar, Kostiantyn Maksymenko, Slah Aridhi, Alice Guyon. Physiological effects (heart rate, respiration rate and EEG) of rapid relaxation devices with sensorial immersion: a pilot study. Journal of Interdisciplinary Methodologies and Issues in Science, Journal of Interdisciplinary Methodologies and Issues in Science, 2020, Vol. 9 - Methods to assess the effects of sensory stimulations on wellness, ⟨10.18713/JIMIS-021120-9-2⟩. ⟨hal-02993397⟩

 

50- Elisa Elleuch, Norma Gomes, Noelia Do Carmo Blanco, Christophe Zimmer, Nicklas Linz, et al.. Use of automated speech analysis and facial emotion measurements on videos to assess the effects of relaxation devices: a pilot study. Journal of Interdisciplinary Methodologies and Issues in Science, Journal of Interdisciplinary Methodologies and Issues in Science, 2020, Vol. 9 - Methods to assess the effects of sensory stimulations on wellness, ⟨10.18713/JIMIS-021120-9-3⟩. ⟨hal-02993423⟩

MEMOIRES

1-  Effet pro-hédonique de certains neuroleptiques à faibles doses: mise en évidence chez le rat par des modèles de préférence de place. A. Guyon (1991) Diplôme d’Etudes Approfondies de Neurosciences de l’Université Paris VI.

 

2-  Caractérisation et modulation des courants calciques dans les neurones thalamo-corticaux: Rôle du courant calcique à bas seuil. A. Guyon (soutenue le 7 Janvier 1995) Thèse de Doctorat de l’Université Paris VI.

 

3-  Habilitation à Diriger les Recherches de l’Université Paris 6. A. Guyon (soutenue le 9 Octobre 2002).

 

CHAPITRES DE LIVRES et articles de vulgarisation      

 

1-  Potential role of intrinsic and GABAB IPSP-mediated oscillations of thalamic neurones in absence epilepsy. Crunelli V, Turner J, Williams SR, Guyon A & Leresche N (1994) in Idiopathic generalized epilepsies. Clinical, experimental and genetic aspects. Malafosse A, Genton P, Hirsh E, Marescaux C, Broglin D & Bernasconi R, Eds., John Libbey.

 

2-  Control by postsynaptic GABAB receptors of somatic calcium currents in thalamo-cortical neurones. Leresche N & Guyon A (1996) in Pharmacology reviews and communications Vol.8, pp. 181-184. Special issue 3rd International GABAB symposium, 21-25 Septembre 1996, Baia Paraelios, Parghelia, Calabria, Italie.

3-  Neurotransmission et drogues psychotropes. Guyon A dans Physiologie du Neurone. (1998) D. Tristch, D. Chesnoix-Marchais et A. Feltz. Eds., Doin, France.

4- Les chimiokines, de nouveaux acteurs dans le système dopaminergique. Apartis E, Mélik-Parsadaniantz S, Guyon A, Kitabgi P & Rostène W (2010)  Biologie aujourd’hui 204 (4) : 295-300.

5- Beating frequency of motile cilia lining the third cerebral ventricle is finely tuned by the hypothalamic peptide MCH. Conductier G, Viola A, le Trotter A, Nahon JL & Guyon A (2013)  Médecine/Sciences November 2013.

6- Baclofen and other GABAB receptor agents are allosteric modulators of the CXCL12 chemokine receptor CXCR4. Guyon A (2013) Médecine/Sciences. Janvier 2014.

7- SDF-1. Guyon A(2017) Encyclopedia of Signalling molecules 2nd edition, Springer Meteor (ISBN: 978-1-4614-6438-9 (Print) 978-1-4614-6438-9 (Online)).

8- Adiponectin, an endogenous molecule with ati-inflammatory and antidepressant properties? Nicolas S, Chabry J, Guyon A, Zarif H, Heurteaux C, Petit-Paitel A. (2018) Med Sci (Paris). 34(5):417-423.

9- How Does an Enriched Environment Impact Hippocampus Brain Plasticity? (2018) Zarif H., Nicolas,S. Petit-Paitel, A., Chabry J. and Guyon A. Hippocampus (http://dx.doi.org/10.5772/intechopen.71426).

CONGRES  INTERNATIONAUX  AYANT  DONNE  LIEU  A  PUBLICATION

1-  Anxiolytic-like effect of the adenine derivative BW A78U in mice and rats.  Di Scala G, Misslin R, Guyon A & Bourguignon JJ (1990) Psychopharmacology Suppl. 101: S15, 50. (Poster).

2-  Neuroleptics and the ability of animals to experience pleasure. Thiébot MH, Guyon A, Assouly-Besse F, Biala G & Puech AJ (1992) CINP congress 28 Juin- 2 Juillet, Nice, France. Published in Clinical Neuropharmacology (Poster).

3-  Low doses of various neuroleptics potentiate food-induced conditioned place preference. Guyon A, Assouly-Besse F, Thiébot MH & Puech AJ (1992) CINP congress  28 Juin- 2 Juillet, Nice, France (Poster).

4-  Spontaneous and evoked GABAergic synaptic currents in thalamo-cortical neurones of the rat lateral geniculate nucleus. Leresche N & Guyon A (1992) Annual meeting of Society for Neuroscience, october 25-30, Anaheim, California, USA. (Poster).

5-  Synaptically activated NMDA receptors contribute to burst firing excitation in the rat and cat thalamus. Turner J, Guyon A, Leresche N, Soltesz I & Crunelli V (1993) IUPS Glasgow, 1-6 August. (Poster).

6-  The origins and role of GABAA and GABAB receptor-mediated responses in the thalamus. Crunelli V, Emri Z, Guyon A, Turner J & Leresche N (1993) IUPS Glasgow, 1-6 August. (Poster).

7-  Modulation of calcium currents by activation of GABAB receptors in thalamo-cortical cells. Guyon A & Leresche N (1993) Annual meeting of Society for Neuroscience, October 28-November 2, Washigton, D.C., USA. (Poster).

8-  Properties of the low threshold Ca++ current, IT, affecting the low- frequency oscillation in thalamo-cortical neurones. Toth YI, Leresche N, Guyon A & Crunelli V (1995) 4th IBRO World congress of Neuroscience, 9-14 July, Kyoto, Japan. (Poster).

9-  GABAB autoreceptors modulate spontaneous GABAA IPSCs in thalamo-cortical neurones. Le Feuvre Y, Guyon A & Leresche N (1995) Society for Neuroscience, November 11-16, San Diego CA, USA. (Poster).

10- On the action of ethosuximide in the rat and cat thalamus. Crunelli V, Asprodini E, Guyon A, Turner J, Vergnes M, Williams SR & Leresche N (1995) Society for Neuroscience, November 11-16, San Diego CA, USA. (Poster).

11- Development of a cholinergic synapse model in the Xenopus oocyte. Bugnard E, Guyon A & Czternasty G (2006) Arch of  Physiology and Biochemestry    Volume: 104  ( 4)    Pages: D110-D110. (Poster).

12- GABAA receptors of rat dopaminergic and Purkinje neurons present multiple incremental conductance levels. Guyon A, Laurent S, Paupardin-Tritsch D, Rossier J & Eugène D (1998) Society for Neuroscience, November 7-12, Los Angeles CA, USA. (Poster).

13- Ethosuximide decreases the persistant Na+ current and the Ca2+ activated K+ current on the thalamocortical neurones in vitro. Crunelli V, Guyon A, Erdemli G, Parri HR & Leresche N (1998) Society for Neuroscience, November 7-12, Los Angeles CA, USA.  (Poster).

14- Multiple conductance levels of the glycine receptor evoked by glycine and taurine  applications in dopaminergic neurones of the rat substantia nigra. Mangin JM, Legendre P, Eugène D, Paupardin-Tritsch D & Guyon A (2000) Forum of European Neuroscience, 24-28 Juin, Brighton, UK. EUROPEAN Journal of Neuroscience Volume: 12    Pages: 383-383    Supplement: Suppl. S  (Poster).

15- Dual effects of furosemide on two populations of GABAA receptors in dopaminergic neurons of the rat substancia nigra. Guyon A, Cathala L, Paupardin-Tritsch D & Eugène D (2000) Society for Neuroscience, November 4-9, New Orleans, LO, USA. (Poster).

16- Glycine receptor-channe in developing dopaminergic neurons of the rat substantia nigra: a study of the conductance states. Mangin JM, Guyon A, Eugène D, Paupardin-Tritsch D & Legendre P (2001) Society for Neuroscience, November 10-15, San Diego CA, USA. (Poster).

17- Stromal-derived Factor alpha modulates the excitability of MCH neurons. Guyon A, Banisadr G, Rovère C, Cervantes A, Kitabgi P, Parsadanianz SM & Nahon JL (2004) FENS forum, Lisbonne 10-14 Juillet 2004 (Poster).

18- Implication of the chemokine SDF1 and its receptor CXCR4 in the regulation of brain dopaminergic system activity. Rostène WH, Apartis E, Guyon A, Skrzydelski D, Trocello J, Rovère C, Nahon JL, Kitabgi P & Melik-Parsadanianz S (2005) 35th Society for Neuroscience 12-16 Novembre 2005 Washington DC, USA. (Poster).

19- The chemokine SDF1 and its receptor CXCR4 modulates the excitability and DA release of dopaminergic neurons of the rat substantia nigra compacta.  Guyon A, Skrzydelski D, Banisadr G, Rovère C, Apartis E, Rostène W, Kitabgi P, Melik-Parsadanianz S & Nahon JL (2006) FENS, Vienne, Autriche 8-12 juillet 2006  (Poster).

20- Effects of immune factors on melanin-concentrating hormone and orexin gene expression and neuronal activities. Rovere-Jovene, C, Massa F, Guyon, A & Nahon JL (2007) Behavioural Pharmacology    Volume: 18    Pages: S58-S58    Supplement: Suppl. 1 (Poster).

21- Dopamine depresses melanin concentrating hormone neuronal activity through multiple effects on a2-noradrenergic, D1 and D2-like dopaminergic receptors. Conductier G, Nahon JL & Guyon A (2010) 20th Colloque of the Society for Neuroscience San Diego 12-17 Nov 2010 (Poster).

22- First Neuronal Connectomics Challenge: From Imaging to Connectivity.  Battaglia D, Guyon I, Guyon A, Orlandi J, Ray B, Saeed M, Soriano J and Statnikov A (2014).. Front. Neuroinform. Conference Abstract: Neuroinformatics 2014. doi:10.3389/conf.fninf.2014.18.00082

AUTRES  PRESENTATIONS  A  DES  CONGRES

1-  Interaction entre le PPSE rétinien et le potentiel calcique à bas seuil dans les neurones du corps genouillé latéral: influence sur la transmission thalamo-corticale. Guyon A et Leresche N (1992). Colloque Les Canaux Ioniques. Carry Le Rouet (Poster).

2-  Différents types de récepteurs GABAB modulent spécifiquement diverses composantes du courant calcique à haut seuil dans les cellules thalamo-corticales. Guyon A et Leresche N (1994). Colloque Les Canaux Ioniques. Carry Le Rouet (Poster).

3-  Courants calciques sensibles au potentiel dans les cellules thalamo-corticales et leur modulation par le baclofen, un agoniste des récepteurs GABAB. Guyon A et Leresche N (1994). Ecole Doctorale « Neurobiologie et Comportement » (Poster).

4-  Plusieurs types de récepteurs GABAB modulent spécifiquement diverses composantes du courant calcique à bas seuil dans les neurones thalamo-corticaux. Leresche N et Guyon A (1995) Société des Neurosciences. Lyon (Poster).

5-  Mise au point d’un modèle de synapse cholinergique dans l’ovocyte de xénope. Bugnard E, Guyon A & Czternasty G (1996).64ème réunion de la Société de Physiologie, 18-20 Septembre. Lille. (Poster).

6-  A model of presynaptic acetylcholine release using coexpression of RNAs from Torpedo electric lobe and nicotinnic receptors in Xenopus oocytes. Bugnard E, Guyon A & Czternasty G (1996). 2nd meeting of European Neuroscience. September 24-28, Strasbourg (Poster).

7-  Analyse électrophysiologique, pharmacologique et moléculaire des récepteurs GABAA des neurones dopaminergiques de la substance noire compacte de Rat.  Guyon A, Laurent S, Paupardin-Tritsch D, Rossier J & Eugène D (1997) 3ème colloque de la Société des Neurosciences, Bordeaux (Poster).

8-  Propriétés des récepteurs GABAA des neurones dopaminergiques de la substance noire pars compacta. Guyon A, Laurent S, Paupardin-Tritsch D, Rossier J & Eugène D (1998) Conférence Jacques Monod. Mécanismes de signalisation dans le cerveau. 6 –10 Juillet, Roscoff, France (Poster).

9-  Modification d’expression des récepteurs à la glycine au cours du développement postnatal dans les neurones dopaminergiques de la substance noire compacte de rat. Eugène D, Mangin JM, Legendre P, Paupardin-Tritsch D & Guyon A (2001) 5ème colloque de la Société des Neurosciences, Toulouse (Poster).

10- Glycine functional expression in dopaminergic neurons of the rat substantia nigra during postnatal development. Mangin J-M, Legendre P, Eugène D, Paupardin-Tritsch D & Guyon A (2000) Association Canaux Ioniques, 10-13 Septembre, La Londes les Maures (Poster).

11- Furosemide modulation of two GABAA receptor-channel populations in rat substantia nigra dopaminergic neurones. Guyon A, Eugène D & Paupardin-Tritsch D (2002) Association Canaux Ioniques, 22-25 Septembre, Presqu’île de Giens (communication orale).

12- Activation of CXCR4 by SDF1-a chemokine modulates action potential potassium and sodium currents through a PTX-sensitive G-protein pathway in the human neuroblastoma cell line SH-SY5Y. Guyon A, Rovère C, Grand N, Cervantes A, Alleys I & Nahon JL (2003) Association Canaux Ioniques, 21-24  Septembre, Presqu’île de Giens (Poster).

13- Caractérisation fonctionnelle du récepteur MCH-R1 dans différents modèles de lignées neuronales Grand N, Rovère C, Guyon A, Cervantes A, Viale A &  Nahon JL (2004) SNE La Grande Motte, 16-18 Septembre 2004 (Poster).

14- Expression neuronale de la chimiokine SDF1a/CXCL12 et de son récepteur CXCR4 au niveau hypothalamique chez le rat adulte : perspectives d’un rôle neuroendocrinien. Callewaere C, Banisadr G, Skrzydelski D, Desarmenien M, Guyon A, Nahon JL, Rostène W, Kitabgi P & Parsadanianz M (2004) SNE La Grande Motte, 16-18 Septembre 2004 (Poster).

15- Stromal-derived Factor alpha modulates the excitability of MCH neurons.  Guyon A, Banisadr G, Rovère C, Cervantes A, Kitabgi P, Melik-Parsadanianz S & Nahon JL (2004)  Association Canaux Ioniques, 19-22  Septembre, Presqu’île de Giens (Poster).

16- SDF1a modulates action potential in MCH neurons of rat and mouse hypothalamus via CXCR4 receptor dependent and non-dependent mechanisms. Guyon A, Banisadr G, Rovère C, Cervantes A, Allaeys I, Kitabgi P, Melik-Parsadanianz S & Nahon JL (2005) Société des Neurosciences Lille 17-20 Mai (Communication orale).

17- Expression and functional characterization of MCH-R1 in neuronal cells. Rovère C, Grand N, Guyon A & Nahon JL (2005) SNE/BSN Oxford, UK, 4-6 Septembre 2005 (Poster).

18- The chemokine SDF and its receptor CXCR4 modulates the excitability and DA release of dopaminergic neurons of the rat substantia nigra compacta.  Nahon JL, Guyon A, Skrzydelski D, Banisadr G, Rovère C, Apartis E, Rostène W, Kitabgi P, & Melik-Parsadanianz S (2006) Gordon Conference on chemotactic cytokines, Aussois, France, 17-22 Sept 2006 (Communication orale).

19- SDF1 modulation of the excitability of hypothalamic neurons Guyon A (2006) 6th International Congress of Neuroendocrinology, Pittsburgh PA, USA, 19-22 Juin 2006 (Communication orale).

 20- MCH induces differenciation of human neuroblastoma cells through MAP kinase-depensdent signaling pathway. Rovere C, Grand N, Guyon A, Cervantes A & Nahon JL (2007) 8ème Colloque de la Société des Neurosciences, Montpellier 22-25 Mai 2007 (Poster).

21- Multiple actions of the chemokine SDF1a on neuronal activity : pathological consequences. Guyon A, Massa F, Rovère C, Banisadr G, Melik-Parsadaniantz S & Nahon JL (2007) Chemokines and Chemokine Receptors in the Nervous System. Rome, Italie, 27-28 Octobre 2007  (Conférence invitée).

22- Facteurs immunitaires et régulation centrale de l’appétit et du metabolisme. Guyon A, Banisadr, G, Rovère C, Kitabgi P,  Melik-Parsadanianz S & Nahon JL (2008)  35ème Colloque de la Société de Neuroendocrinologie. Strasbourg 10-12 sept 2008 (Conférence Invitée).

23- Chemokines and the central regulation of food intake and metabolism. Guyon A, Rovère C, Massa F, Lucas L, Enfissi A, Conductier G, Kitabgi P, Melik-Parsadanianz S & Nahon JL (2009) 9ème Colloque de la Société des Neurosciences Bordeaux 26-29 Mai (Conférence invitée).

24- Roles of the chemokine MCP1 in the pathophysiology of anorexia. Rovère C, Lucas L, Blondeau N, Guyon A, Berthezène S, Enfissi A, Heurteaux C & Nahon JL (2009) 9ème Colloque de la Société des Neurosciences Bordeaux 26-29 Mai (Poster).

25- Control of the feeding behavior by inflammation: the crucial  role of  Monocyte chemoattractant protein MCP-1. Rovère C, Blondeau N, Lucas L, Guyon A, Cazareth J, Heurteaux C & Nahon JL. (2009) 36ème Colloque de la Société de Neuroendocrinologie Nice 15-18 sept (Poster).

26- CCL5 chemokine stimulates Melanin Concentrating Hormone neurons of lateral hypothalamus: implication in the central control of obesity? Conductier G, Rovère C, Guyon A, Rouault C, Poitou C, Clément K, Pittaluga A & Nahon JL (2009) 36ème Colloque de Neuroendocrinologie Nice 15-18 sept (Communication Orale Prix Servier).

27- Dopamine regulates MCH neurones activity through activation of alpha2-noradrenergic receptor.Conductier G, Nahon JL, Guyon A (2010) "7th International Congress of Neuroendocrinology", July 2010, Rouen, France (Poster).

28- Regulations and action processes of the chemokine RANTES/CCL5 in inflammation associated with obesity. Rovère C, Conductier G, Arnaud K, Guyon A, Poitou C, Clément K, Pittaluga A, Nahon JL (2010) 1st Neuroendocrine programming of Obesity Congress", July 2010, Rouen, France (Poster).

29- A second target for GABAB receptor agonists and antagonists: interactions with the CXCR4 chemokine receptor. Barhill S, Arant R, Nahon JL, Isacoff E & Guyon A (2011) 22èmé Colloque des Canaux Ioniques, 25-28  Septembre 2011, Presqu’île de Giens (Communication).

30- Baclofen and other GABAB receptor agents are allosteric modulators of the CXCL12 chemokine receptor CXCR4. Guyon A, Kussrow A, Olmsted IR, Sandoz G, Bornhop DJ & Nahon JL (2013) 11ème colloque de la Société des Neurosciences Lyon 21-24 Mai 2013 (Poster).

31- The chemokine MCP1 mediates inflammation-induced anorexia through its action on hypothalamic MCH neurons. Le Thurc O, Blondeau N, Rostène W, Guyon A, Cazareth J,  Heurteaux C, Nahon JL & Rovere C (2013) 11ème colloque de la Société des Neurosciences Lyon 21-24 Mai 2013 (Poster).

32- Melanin-concentrating hormone regulates beat frequency of ependymal cilia and ventricular volume. Conductier G, Brau F, Viola A, Langlet F, Prévot V, Meste O, Nahon JL & Guyon A (2013) Training School in Neuroendocrinology, Prato, Italy 8 July -2 August 2013 (Poster).

33-Role of the RANTES chemokine in the establishment of high fat diet induced obesity by in mice. Le Thuc O, Blondeau N, Rouaud F, Poitou C, Clément K, Guyon A, Pittaluga A, Heurteaux C, Nahon JL et Rovère C (2013) 39ème colloque de la Société de Neuroendocrinologie, 25-27 septembre 2013, Faculté de Médecine, Fès, Maroc (Poster).

34- Differential neuronal plasticity in the hippocampus associated with various periods of enriched environment in adolescent and adult mice. Hosseiny S, Pietri M, Petit-Paitel A, Heurteaux C, Chabry J & Guyon A (2013) Journée de la Fondation Ipsen « Brain crosstalk in puberty and adolescence», Paris le 2 décembre 2013 (Poster).

35- Differential neuronal plasticity in the hippocampus associated with various periods of enriched environment in adolescent and adult mice. Hosseiny S, Pietri M, Petit-Paitel A, Heurteaux C, Chabry J & Guyon A (2014) 8th Canadian IBRO School of Neuroscience on Development and Plasticity Montreal, Canada, May 14 – 28, 2014 (Poster).

36- Role of CD4+ T cells in beneficial effects of enriched environment on hippocampal plasticity in mice. Zarif H, Chabry J, Petit-Paitel A & Guyon A- 12ème Congrès de la Société des Neurosciences, Montpellier 19-22 Mai 2014 (Poster).

37- Neurogenesis-independent antidepressant-like effects of enriched environment is dependent on adiponectin. Nicolas S, Guyon A, Chabry J, & Petit-Paitel A. 12ème Congrès de la Société des Neurosciences, Montpellier 19-22 Mai 2014 (Poster).

38- Role of CD4+ T cells in beneficial effects of enriched environment on hippocampal plasticity in mice. Zarif H, Chabry J, Petit-Paitel A & Guyon A- Congrès de la Société de Neuroendoctinologie, Lille 23-25 septembre 2015 (Poster).

39- Glutamate modulates excitatory synaptic inputs on CA1 mouse hippocampus. Zarif H & Guyon A. Congrès du LABEX Ion Channel Science and Therapeutics , Montpellier 30 Nov-2 Dec 2015 (présentation orale).

40- Proposition d’installation d’un dispositif de relaxation à l’IPMC pour améliorer la qualité de vie au travail. Guyon A et Wood-Morgan E. 2018 Retraite de l’IPMC- Roquebrune sur Argens 24 et 25 Septembre 2018 (Poster).

41- Modeling of physiological states occurring during relaxation. Gomes N, Iranfar S, Moreira J, Maksymenko K, Krupa M and Guyon A. Neuromod Meeting. Fréjus 1st and 2nd of July 2019 (Poster).

42- Art et Neurosciences de la transition (2019) Guyon A et Van de Velde D. Nice Cool et Verte, 15 et 16 Juin 2019 (Poster).

43- Utilisation des outils du Cocolab ( Facereader et Tobii) pour l'évaluation des effets de dispositifs de relaxation rapide et pour tester certaines hypothèses de la Programmation Nuero-linguistique (PNL) (2020) Guyon A. Journée de restitution des projets de l'académie 5 et MSHS Thématique "Systèmes cognitifs", 19 Novembre 2020 (présentation orale).

44- Evaluation des effets physiologiques dt psychologiques de dispositifs de relaxation rapide avec immersions sensorielle : une étude pilote. (2021). Gomes N., Iranfar S., Elleuch E., Aridhi, S, Do Carmo Blanco N, Zimmer C., Maksymenko K ., Guerchouche R., König A., and Guyon A.  Journée d’inauguration de l’Institut Neuromod de Université Côte d’Azur. 22 mars 2021.

 

45- Mouvements oculaires en réponse à différentes activités cérébrales mesurées par l’eye tracking : une étude prospective sur certaines des théories de la programmation neurolinguistique (PNL). (2021) Marconi M., Denis Noël A., Zimmer C., Do Carmo Blanco N., Michau L. and Guyon A.   Journée d’inauguration de l’Institut Neuromod de Université Côte d’Azur. 22 mars 2021.

 

46- Evaluation des effets physiologiques et psychologiques de dispositifs de relaxation rapide avec immersions sensorielle : une étude pilote. (2021). Gomes N., Iranfar S., Elleuch E., Aridhi, S, Do Carmo Blanco N, Zimmer C., Maksymenko K., Guerchouche R., König A., and Guyon A.  9ème Congrès iCEPS international Francophone. INM: innovations scientifiques économiques et réglementaires, 1et et 2 avril 2021.

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