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Learning Modulation of Odor-Induced Oscillatory Responses in the Rat Olfactory Bulb: A Correlate of Odor Recognition?
In the first relay of information processing, the olfactory bulb (OB), odors are known to generate specific spatial patterns of activity. Recently, in freely behaving rats, we demonstrated thatExpand
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Learning‐induced oscillatory activities correlated to odour recognition: a network activity
In trained behaving rats, the expression of a prominent beta oscillatory activity in the olfactory system was previously identified as a correlate of odour recognition. The aim of the present studyExpand
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Learning-induced modulation of oscillatory activities in the mammalian olfactory system: The role of the centrifugal fibres
In the mammalian olfactory system, oscillations related to odour representation have been described in field potential activities. Previous results showed that in olfactory bulb (OB) of awake ratsExpand
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The RUB Cage: Respiration–Ultrasonic Vocalizations–Behavior Acquisition Setup for Assessing Emotional Memory in Rats
In animals, emotional memory is classically assessed through pavlovian fear conditioning in which a neutral novel stimulus (conditioned stimulus) is paired with an aversive unconditioned stimulus.Expand
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Importance of retronasal and orthonasal olfaction for odor aversion memory in rats.
The role of odors in food memory formation, especially for aversions, has long been considered secondary to taste. However, the importance of odor ingestion in conditioned odor aversion (COA) hasExpand
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A Physiological Increase of Insulin in the Olfactory Bulb Decreases Detection of a Learned Aversive Odor and Abolishes Food Odor-Induced Sniffing Behavior in Rats
Insulin is involved in multiple regulatory mechanisms, including body weight and food intake, and plays a critical role in metabolic disorders such as obesity and diabetes. An increasing body ofExpand
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Reshaping of Bulbar Odor Response by Nasal Flow Rate in the Rat
Background The impact of respiratory dynamics on odor response has been poorly studied at the olfactory bulb level. However, it has been shown that sniffing in the behaving rodent is highly dynamicExpand
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Olfactory fear conditioning induces field potential potentiation in rat olfactory cortex and amygdala.
The widely used Pavlovian fear-conditioning paradigms used for studying the neurobiology of learning and memory have mainly used auditory cues as conditioned stimuli (CS). The present work assessedExpand
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The Way an Odor Is Experienced during Aversive Conditioning Determines the Extent of the Network Recruited during Retrieval: A Multisite Electrophysiological Study in Rats
Recent findings have revealed the importance of orthonasal and retronasal olfaction in food memory, especially in conditioned odor aversion (COA); however, little is known about the dynamics of theExpand
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Memory of Occasional Events in Rats: Individual Episodic Memory Profiles, Flexibility, and Neural Substrate
In search for the mechanisms underlying complex forms of human memory, such as episodic recollection, a primary challenge is to develop adequate animal models amenable to neurobiologicalExpand
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