Pascal Roullet
Pascal Roullet
UT3 Professor, (Univ. Paul SabatierToulouse)
Verified email at univ-tlse3.fr
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Attenuation of emotional and nonemotional memories after their reactivation: Role of β adrenergic receptors
J Przybyslawski, P Roullet, SJ Sara
Journal of Neuroscience 19 (15), 6623-6628, 1999
5271999
Does reconsolidation occur in humans?
D Schiller, EA Phelps
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 5, 24, 2011
2672011
Recruitment of adult-generated neurons into functional hippocampal networks contributes to updating and strengthening of spatial memory
S Trouche, B Bontempi, P Roullet, C Rampon
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (14), 5919-5924, 2009
1992009
Hippocampal CA3-region is crucial for acquisition and memory consolidation in Morris water maze task in mice
C Florian, P Roullet
Behavioural brain research 154 (2), 365-374, 2004
1462004
Protein degradation, as with protein synthesis, is required during not only long‐term spatial memory consolidation but also reconsolidation
J Artinian, AMT McGauran, X De Jaeger, L Mouledous, B Frances, ...
European Journal of Neuroscience 27 (11), 3009-3019, 2008
1442008
Consolidation of memory for odor–reward association: β-adrenergic receptor involvement in the late phase
SJ Sara, P Roullet, J Przybyslawski
Learning & memory 6 (2), 88-96, 1999
1441999
N-methyl-D-aspartate and dopamine receptor involvement in the modulation of locomotor activity and memory processes
W Adriani, A Felici, F Sargolini, P Roullet, A Usiello, A Oliverio, A Mele
Experimental brain research 123 (1-2), 52-59, 1998
1211998
Young hippocampal neurons are critical for recent and remote spatial memory in adult mice
T Goodman, S Trouche, I Massou, L Verret, M Zerwas, P Roullet, ...
Neuroscience 171 (3), 769-778, 2010
1172010
Consolidation of memory after its reactivation: Involvement of noradrenergic receptors in the late phase
P Roullet, S Sara
Neural plasticity 6, 1998
1001998
Involvement of the hippocampal CA3-region in acquisition and in memory consolidation of spatial but not in object information in mice
G Stupien, C Florian, P Roullet
Neurobiology of learning and memory 80 (1), 32-41, 2003
922003
Genetic variation, hippocampal mossy fibres distribution, novelty reactions and spatial representation in mice
P Roullet, JM Lassalle
Behavioural brain research 41 (1), 61-70, 1990
921990
Effects of intra-accumbens focal administrations of glutamate antagonists on object recognition memory in mice
F Sargolini, P Roullet, A Oliverio, A Mele
Behavioural brain research 138 (2), 153-163, 2003
852003
NMDA and AMPA antagonist infusions into the ventral striatum impair different steps of spatial information processing in a nonassociative task in mice
P Roullet, F Sargolini, A Oliverio, A Mele
Journal of Neuroscience 21 (6), 2143-2149, 2001
852001
Differential involvement of NMDA and AMPA receptors within the nucleus accumbens in consolidation of information necessary for place navigation and guidance strategy of mice
F Sargolini, C Florian, A Oliverio, A Mele, P Roullet
Learning & Memory 10 (4), 285-292, 2003
642003
Nucleus accumbens dopamine receptors in the consolidation of spatial memory
A Mele, M Avena, P Roullet, E De Leonibus, S Mandillo, F Sargolini, ...
Behavioural Pharmacology 15 (5), 423-431, 2004
602004
N-Methyl-D-aspartate receptors in the nucleus accumbens⋅ are involved in detection of spatial novelty in mice
A Usiello, F Sargolini, P Roullet, M Ammassari-Teule, E Passino, ...
Psychopharmacology 137 (2), 175-183, 1998
591998
Effects of lesions to the glutamatergic afferents to the nucleus accumbens in the modulation of reactivity to spatial andnon-spatial novelty in mice
F Sargolini, P Roullet, A Oliverio, A Mele
Neuroscience 93 (3), 855-867, 1999
581999
CREB antisense oligodeoxynucleotide administration into the dorsal hippocampal CA3 region impairs long-but not short-term spatial memory in mice
C Florian, N Mons, P Roullet
Learning & Memory 13 (4), 465-472, 2006
562006
Involvement of glutamatergic and dopaminergic systems in the reactivity of mice to spatial and non-spatial change
P Roullet, M Ammassari-Teule, A Mele
Psychopharmacology 126 (1), 55-61, 1996
501996
Neural cell adhesion molecules play a role in rat memory formation in appetitive as well as aversive tasks
P Roullet, R Mileusnic, SPR Rose, SJ Sara
Neuroreport 8 (8), 1907-1911, 1997
461997
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