Karim Benchenane, PhD

MOBs team, Brain Plasticity Unit, UMR CNRS 8249 ESPCI, Paris, Île-de-France, France 
electrophysiology, brain oscillations, sleep, brain states, hippocampus
"Karim Benchenane"
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Bagur S, Lefort JM, Lacroix MM, et al. (2021) Breathing-driven prefrontal oscillations regulate maintenance of conditioned-fear evoked freezing independently of initiation. Nature Communications. 12: 2605
Laventure S, Benchenane K. (2019) Validating the theoretical bases of sleep reactivation during sharp-wave ripples and their association with emotional valence. Hippocampus
Bagur S, Benchenane K. (2018) The Theta Rhythm Mixes and Matches Gamma Oscillations Cycle by Cycle. Neuron. 100: 768-771
Bagur S, Lacroix MM, de Lavilléon G, et al. (2018) Harnessing olfactory bulb oscillations to perform fully brain-based sleep-scoring and real-time monitoring of anaesthesia depth. Plos Biology. 16: e2005458
Léger D, Debellemaniere E, Rabat A, et al. (2018) Slow-wave sleep: From the cell to the clinic. Sleep Medicine Reviews
Bagur S, Benchenane K. (2017) Taming the oscillatory zoo in the hippocampus and neo-cortex: a review of the commentary of Lockmann and Tort on Roy et al. Brain Structure & Function
Karalis N, Dejean C, Chaudun F, et al. (2016) 4-Hz oscillations synchronize prefrontal-amygdala circuits during fear behavior. Nature Neuroscience
Roux L, Madar A, Lacroix MM, et al. (2015) Astroglial Connexin 43 Hemichannels Modulate Olfactory Bulb Slow Oscillations. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 35: 15339-52
Lacroix MM, De Lavilléon G, Benchenane K. (2015) From necessity to sufficiency in memory research: when sleep helps to understand wake experiences. Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 35: 156-62
de Lavilléon G, Lacroix MM, Rondi-Reig L, et al. (2015) Explicit memory creation during sleep demonstrates a causal role of place cells in navigation. Nature Neuroscience. 18: 493-5
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