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

Education

Master's degree in Neuroscience, Strasbourg University, 2014

Lab information

http://inci.u-strasbg.fr/en/

Publications

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: 664, 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 ...