Francis Chaouloff Endocannabinoids & NeuroAdaptation, Neurocentre INSERM U1215 Bordeaux
1 protocol

Giovanni Marsicano INSERM U1215 NEUROCENTRE MAGENDIE, UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX, FRANCE
4 protocols

Bastien Redon INSERM U1215 Neurocentre Magendie
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Imane Hurel
  • PhD student, U1215 INSERM Neurocentre Magendie, University of Bordeaux, 2018-
Research focus
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  • 1 Author merit

Education

Master's Degree in Neuroscience, University of Bordeaux, France, 2018

Publications

• Muguruza, C., Redon, B., Fois, G. R., Hurel, I., Scocard, A., Nguyen, C., Stevens, C., Soria-Gomez, E., Varilh, M., Cannich, A., Daniault, J., Busquets-Garcia, A., Pelliccia, T., Caille, S., Georges, F., Marsicano, G. and Chaouloff, F. (2019). The motivation for exercise over palatable food is dictated by cannabinoid type-1 receptors. JCI Insight 4(5).
• Hurel, I., Redon, B., Scocard, A., Malezieux, M., Marsicano, G. and Chaouloff, F. (2019). Beyond the activity-based anorexia model: reinforcing values of exercise and feeding examined in stressed adolescent male and female mice. Front Pharmacol 10: 587.
1 Protocol published
An Operant Conditioning Task to Assess the Choice between Wheel Running and Palatable Food in Mice
Authors:  Bastien Redon, Imane Hurel, Giovanni Marsicano and Francis Chaouloff, date: 10/05/2019, view: 248, Q&A: 0
Wheel running, especially in the homecage, has been widely used to study the neurobiology of exercise because animal tends to use it voluntarily. However, as for each reward, its consumption (in the present case, running performance) does not ...
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