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Giovanni Marsicano U1215 INSERM Neurocentre Magendie, University of Bordeaux, France
2 protocols

Guillaume Ferreira University of Bordeaux, France
1 protocol

Arnau Busquets-Garcia NeuroCentre Magendie
1 protocol

Tifany Desprez University of Bordeaux
1 protocol
Coreviewers
Ehsan Kheradpezhouh Australian National University
4 protocols

Manuel Sarmiento Soto Universidad de Sevilla
7 protocols

Oneil Bhalala Baker Institute
29 protocols

Pamela Maher Salk Institute for Biological Studies
5 protocols

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Edgar Soria-Gomez
  • Research scientist, University of Bordeaux
Research focus
  • Neuroscience
  • brain circuits, endocannabinoids, behavior
  • 2 Author merit

Education

PhD, UNAM, 2009

Lab information

Neurocentre Magendie. Marsicano's lab

Publications

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Edgar_Soria-Gomez

2 Protocols published
Representation-mediated Aversion as a Model to Study Psychotic-like States in Mice
Several paradigms for rodent models of the cognitive and negative endophenotypes found in schizophrenic patients have been proposed. However, significant efforts are needed in order to study the pathophysiology of schizophrenia-related positive ...
Olfactory Habituation in Fasted Mice
Authors:  Tifany Desprez, Giovanni Marsicano and Edgar Soria-Gomez, date: 10/20/2014, view: 3296, Q&A: 0
Sensory perception is tightly modulated by the individual’s internal states. In particular, it has been shown that olfactory processes are constantly influenced by metabolic signals reflecting the energy status of the body. Thus, it is important to ...
7 Protocols reviewed
Labeling Aversive Memory Trace in Mouse Using a Doxycycline-inducible Expression System
Authors:  Jianyang Du and Erin E. Koffman, date: 10/20/2017, view: 439, Q&A: 0
A memory trace, also known as a memory engram, is theorized to be a mechanism for physical memory storage in the brain (Silva et al., 2009; Josselyn, 2010) and memory trace is associated with a specific population of neurons (Liu et al. ...
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The Object Context-place-location Paradigm for Testing Spatial Memory in Mice
This protocol was originally designed to examine long-term spatial memory in PKMζ knockout (i.e., PKMζ-null) mice (Tsokas et al., 2016). Our main goal was to test whether the ability of these animals to maintain previously acquired ...
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