Matthieu Lagarde

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Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), the end-product of the metabolism of omega-3 family fatty acids, is the main polyunsaturated fatty acid of the brain, but its accumulation is incompletely understood. This paper reviews how it could accumulate through specific uptake of DHA-containing lysophosphatidylcholine (LysoPC-DHA). DHA migrates very easily from the sn-2(More)
Since Piaget, it is well accepded that higher level cognitive functions are settled on low level sensori-motor associations. In this paper , we will show that different kinds of interactive behaviors can emerge according to the kind of proprioceptive function available in a given sensori-motor system. We will study two different examples. In the first one,(More)
In this paper, we present two graphical softwares which help the modeling and the simulation of real time, distributed neural networks (NNs). Used in the frame of the development of control architectures for autonomous robots, these softwares allow a real time control and an on-line learning of different behaviors. We present as an illustration two control(More)
— This paper discusses the role of two antagonist neural networks for the learning and control of complex behaviors composed as a sequence of elementary states. Learning a pathway with a mobile robot or a sequence of actions with a robot arm can be seen either as the result of the learning of a temporal sequence or as the result of the natural dynamics of a(More)
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In vivo observations of the mouse microcirculation can hardly be performed due to technical difficulties, limiting the knowledge that could be obtained from gene manipulated mice models. The aim of the present study was to check the applicability of a novel optical system, the orthogonal polarization spectral technology, to study the mouse microcirculation.(More)
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