Jean-François Vibert

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It is still unclear whether the respiratory-like rhythm observed in slice preparations containing the pre-Bötzinger complex is of pacemaker or network origin. The rhythm persists in the absence of inhibition, but blocking pacemaker activity did not always result in rhythm abolition. We developed a computational model of the slice to show that(More)
XNBC V9 is a software intended to simulate biological neural networks. Two types of neuron models are available: phenomenological, and ion-conductance based with several receptor types. Inputs to simulated neurons may come from experimental data stored in "les, to makèhybrida networks. Neurons and networks are described using graphic tools. Neurons can be(More)
BACKGROUND Interstitial lung diseases (ILDs) in children represent a heterogeneous group of rare respiratory disorders that affect the lung parenchyma. After the launch of the French Reference Centre for Rare Lung Diseases (RespiRare®), we created a national network and a web-linked database to collect data on pediatric ILD. METHODS Since 2008, the(More)
BACKGROUND The clinical course of Cystic Fibrosis (CF) is usually measured using the percent predicted FEV(1) and BMI Z-score referenced against a healthy population, since achieving normality is the ultimate goal of CF care. Referencing against age and sex matched CF peers may provide valuable information for patients and for comparison between CF centers(More)
There is experimental evidence that neuronal electrical activity directly influences neurite outgrowth during the development of the nervous system. Using model studies, Van Ooyen and Van Pelt extensively investigated the effect of this phenomenon upon network development and architecture. Their studies are based on the experimental observations that there(More)