Bernard Cardo, PhD

Affiliations: 
Biologie Université de Bordeaux, Talence, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France 
Area:
Neurobiology of reward processes.
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Velley L, Cardo B, Kempf E, et al. (1991) Facilitation of learning consecutive to electrical stimulation of the locus coeruleus: cognitive alteration or stress-reduction? Progress in Brain Research. 88: 555-69
Ferssiwi A, Cardo B, Velley L. (1987) Gustatory preference-aversion thresholds are increased by ibotenic acid lesion of the lateral hypothalamus in the rat. Brain Research. 437: 142-50
Ferssiwi A, Cardo B, Velley L. (1987) Electrical self-stimulation in the parabrachial area is depressed after ibotenic acid lesion of the lateral hypothalamus. Behavioural Brain Research. 25: 109-16
Velly J, Cardo B, Velley L. (1986) Delayed up-regulation of alpha-adrenoceptor populations in particular regions of the rat brain after stimulation of the nucleus locus coeruleus. Neuroscience. 18: 321-8
Nassif S, Cardo B, Libersat F, et al. (1985) Comparison of deficits in electrical self-stimulation after ibotenic acid lesion of the lateral hypothalamus and the medial prefrontal cortex. Brain Research. 332: 247-57
Lestang I, Cardo B, Roy MT, et al. (1985) Electrical self-stimulation deficits in the anterior and posterior parts of the medial forebrain bundle after ibotenic acid lesion of the middle lateral hypothalamus. Neuroscience. 15: 379-88
Velly J, Kempf E, Cardo B, et al. (1985) Long-term modulation of learning following locus coeruleus stimulation: Behavioral and neurochemical data Physiological Psychology. 13: 163-171
Velley L, Chaminade C, Roy MT, et al. (1983) Intrinsic neurons are involved in lateral hypothalamic self-stimulation. Brain Research. 268: 79-86
Velley L, Nassif S, Kempf E, et al. (1983) Enhancement of learning four weeks after stimulation of the nucleus locus coeruleus in the rat: differential effects of dorsal noradrenergic bundle lesion and lesion of the locus coeruleus proper. Brain Research. 265: 273-82
Nassif S, Kempf E, Cardo B, et al. (1983) Neurochemical lesion of the locus coeruleus of the rat does not suppress the sedative effect of clonidine. European Journal of Pharmacology. 91: 69-76
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