Nora L. Salaberry
  • PhD Student, Institute of Cellular and Integrative Neurosciences (INCI)
Research focus
  • Habenula
  • circadian rhythms; bioluminescence
  • 1 Author merit


Master's degree in Neuroscience, Strasbourg University, 2014

Lab information


1.Lakshmanan, P. T. and Nambisan, P. N. (1989). Bioaccumulation and depuration of some trace metals in the mussel, Perna viridis (Linnaeus). Bull Environ Contam Toxicol 43(1): 131-138.
2.Salaberry, N. L. and Mendoza, J. (2015). Insights into the Role of the Habenular Circadian Clock in Addiction. Front Psychiatry 6: 179.
3.Feillet, C. A., Bainier, C., Mateo, M., Blancas-Velazquez, A., Salaberry, N. L., Ripperger, J. A., Albrecht, U. and Mendoza, J. (2017). Rev-erbalpha modulates the hypothalamic orexinergic system to influence pleasurable feeding behaviour in mice. Addict Biol 22(2): 411-422.
1 Protocol published
Brain Tissue Culture of Per2::Luciferase Transgenic Mice for ex vivo Bioluminescence
Authors:  Nora L. Salaberry and Jorge Mendoza, date: 07/05/2018, view: 4332, Q&A: 0
In circadian research, it is essential to be able to track a biological rhythm for several days with the minimum perturbation for the organisms or tissues. The use of transgenic mice lines, in which the luciferase reporter is coupled to a molecular ...
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