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Publications from NHyRVana

2018 :

Batailler M, Chesneau D, Derouet L, Butruille L, Segura S, Cognié J, Dupont J, Pillon D, Migaud M. (2018). Pineal-dependent increase of hypothalamic neurogenesis contributes to the timing of seasonal reproduction in sheep. Sci. Rep. 8, 6188; DOI: 10.1038/s41598-018-24381-4.

Butruille L, Batailler M, Mazur D, Prévot V, Migaud M. Seasonal reorganization of hypothalamic neurogenic niche in adult sheep. (2018). Brain Struct. Funct. 223, 91-109; DOI: 10.1007/s00429-017-1478-z.

2017 :

Lévy, F., Batailler, M., Meurisse, M., Migaud, M. (2017). Adult neurogenesis in sheep: Characterization and contribution to reproduction and behavior. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 11, 1-15; DOI : 10.3389/fnins.2017.00570.

Pellegrino, G., Trubert, C., Terrien, J., Pifferi, F., Leroy, D., Loyens, A., Migaud, M., Baroncini, M., Maurage, C.-A., Fontaine, C., Prévot, V., Sharif, A. (2017). A comparative study of the neural stem cell niche in the adult hypothalamus of human, mouse, rat and grey mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus) . Journal of Comparative Neurology, 1-69; DOI : 10.1002/cne.24376.

Geller, S., Lomet, D., Caraty, A., Tillet, Y., Duittoz, A., Vaudin, P. (2017). Rostro-caudal maturation of glial cells in the accessory olfactory system during development: involvement in outgrowth of GnRH neurites. European Journal of Neuroscience, 46 (10), 2596-2607; DOI : 10.1111/ejn.13732.

2016 :

Batailler, M., Derouet, L., Butruille, L., Migaud, M. (Auteur de correspondance) (2016). Sensitivity to the photoperiod and potential migratory features of neuroblasts in the adult sheep hypothalamus. Brain Structure and Function, 221 (6), 3301-3314 ; DOI : 10.1007/s00429-015-1101-0.  

Migaud, M., Butruille, L., Duittoz, A., Pillon, D., Batailler, M. (2016). Adult neurogenesis and reproductive functions in mammals. Theriogenology, 86 (1), 313-323; DOI : 10.1016/j.theriogenology.2016.04.044.

Migaud, M., Dardente, H., Keller, M., Batailler, M., Meurisse, M., Pillon, D. (2016). Contrôle neuroendocrinien de la reproduction chez les mammifères. INRA Productions Animales, 29 (4), 255-266.

Bertin, A., Meurisse, M., Arnould, C., Leterrier, C., Constantin, P., Cornilleau, F., Vaudin, P., Burlot, T., Delaveau, J., Rat, C., Calandreau, L. (2016). Yolk hormones influence in ovo chemosensory learning, growth, and feeding behavior in domestic chicks. Developmental Psychobiology, 58 (2), 185-197 ; DOI : 10.1002/dev.21364

Pinet Charvet, C., Geller, S., Desroziers, E., Ottogalli, M., Lomet, D., Georgelin, C., Tillet, Y., Franceschini, I., Vaudin, P., Duittoz, A. (2016). GnRH episodic secretion is altered by pharmacological blockade of gap junctions: possible involvement of Glial cells. Endocrinology, 157 (1), 304-322 ; DOI : 10.1210/en.2015-1437.

2015 :

Derouiche, L., Keller, M., Martini, M., Duittoz, A. H., Pillon, D. (2015). Developmental exposure to ethinylestradiol affects reproductive physiology, the GnRH neuroendocrine network and behaviors in female mouse. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 9, 1-14; DOI : 10.3389/fnins.2015.00463.

Derouiche, L., Keller, M., Duittoz, A. H., Pillon, D. (2015). Developmental exposure to Ethinylestradiol affects transgenerationally sexual behavior and neuroendocrine networks in male mice. Scientific Reports, 5, 1-12 ; DOI : 10.1038/srep17457.

2014 :

Batailler, M., Droguerre, M., Baroncini, M., Fontaine, C., Prévot, V., Migaud, M. (2014). DCX-expressing cells in the vicinity of the hypothalamic neurogenic niche: A comparative study between mouse, sheep, and human tissues. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 522 (8), 1966-1985 ; DOI : 10.1002/cne.23514

 2013 :

 Geller, S., Kolasa, E., Tillet, Y., Duittoz, A., Vaudin, P. (Auteur de correspondance) (2013). Olfactory ensheathing cells form the microenvironment of migrating GnRH-1 neurons during mouse development. Glia, 61 (4), 550 – 566 ; DOI : 10.1002/glia.22455.

Cognié, J., Migaud, M. (2013). Surgical pinealectomy in ewes. In: Mehmet Turgut, Step by step experimental pinealectomy techniques in animals for researchers (p. 137-151). Endocrinology Research and Clinical Developments. Hauppauge, USA: Nova Science Publishers.