Relevant Research Articles:

  1. Nagai J, Yu X, Papouin T, Cheong E, Freeman MR, Monk KR, Hastings MH, Haydon PG, Rowitch D, Shaham S, Khakh BS. Behaviorally consequential astrocytic regulation of neural circuits. Neuron. 2021 Feb 17;109(4):576-596
  2. Smith SE, Chen X, Brier LM, Bumstead JR, Rensing NR, Ringel AE, Shin H, Oldenborg A, Crowley JR, Bice AR, Dikranian K, Ippolito JE, Haigis MC, Papouin T, Zhao G, Wong M, Culver JP, Bonni A. Astrocyte deletion of α2-Na/K ATPase triggers episodic motor paralysis in mice via a metabolic pathway. Nat Commun. 2020 Dec 2;11(1):6164
  3. Christian DL, Wu DY, Martin JR, Moore JR, Liu YR, Clemens AW, Nettles SA, Kirkland NM, Papouin T, Hill CA, Wozniak DF, Dougherty JD, Gabel HW. DNMT3A Haploinsufficiency Results in Behavioral Deficits and Global Epigenomic Dysregulation Shared across Neurodevelopmental Disorders. Cell Rep. 2020 Nov 24;33(8):108416.
  4. Ozawa M, Davis P, Ni J, Maguire J, Papouin T, Reijmers L. Experience-dependent resonance in amygdalo-cortical circuits supports fear memory retrieval following extinction. Nat Commun. 2020 Aug 31;11(1):4358.
  5. Manno R, Witte J, Papouin T. A Modular Setup to Run a Large Line of Behavioral Testing in Mice in a Single Space. Curr Protoc Neurosci. 2020 Sep;93(1):e102
  6. Robin L.M., Oliveira da Cruz J.F., Langlais V.C., Martin-Fernandez M., Metna-Laurent M., Busquets-Garcia A., Bellocchio L., Soria-Gomez E., Papouin T., Varilh M., Sherwood M.W., Belluomo I., Balcells G., Matias I., Bosier, B., Drago F., Van Eeckhaut A., Smolders I., Georges F., Araque A., Panatier A., Oliet S.H.R., and Marsicano G. Astroglial CB1 Receptors Determine Synaptic D-Serine Availability to Enable Recognition Memory. Neuron. 2018; 98, 1-10.
  7. *Ferreira J.S., *Papouin T., Ladépêche L., Yao A., Langlais V.C., Bouchet D., Dulong J., Mothet J.P., Sacchi S., Pollegioni L., Paoletti P., Oliet S.H.R. and Groc L. Co-agonists differentially tune GluN2B-NMDA receptor trafficking at hippocampal synapses. eLife. 2017; 6:e25492
  8. Papouin T., Dunphy J., Tolman M., Dineley K, and Haydon P.G. Septal cholinergic neuromodulation tunes the astrocyte-dependent gating of hippocampal NMDA receptors to wakefulness. Neuron. 2017; 94, 1-15.
    1. CellPress Video Abstract
    2. Neuron Preview: Gais, S. & Schönauer, M. (2017). Untangling a Cholinergic Pathway from Wakefulness to Memory. Neuron 94, 696-69.
    3. Research Highlight: Whalley, K. (2017). Neuron-glia interactions: Waking the synapse. Nature Reviews 18, 386.
  9. Papouin T., Ladépêche L., Ruel J., Sacchi S., Labasque M., Hanini M., Groc L., Pollegioni L., Mothet J.P., Oliet S.H.R. Synaptic and extrasynaptic NMDA receptors are gated by different endogenous coagonists. Cell. 2012; 150, 633-46.
    1. Cell Preview: Gray, J.A. & Nicoll, R.A. (2012). Thinking outside the synapse: glycine at extrasynaptic NMDA receptors. Cell 150, 455-6
  10. Henneberger C., Papouin T., Oliet S.H.R., Rusakov D.A. Long-term potentiation depends on release of D-serine from astrocytes. Nature. 2010; 463, 232-6.
    1. Nature News and Views: Santello, M. & Volterra, A. (2010). Astrocytes as aide-mémoires. Nature 463, 169-170.

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Relevant Reviews:

  1. Nagai J, Yu X, Papouin T, Cheong E, Freeman MR, Monk KR, Hastings MH, Haydon PG, Rowitch D, Shaham S, Khakh BS. Behaviorally consequential astrocytic regulation of neural circuits. Neuron. 2020 Dec 31:S0896-6273(20)30967-3.
  2. Papouin T., Henneberger C., Rusakov D.A., and Oliet S.H.R. (2017). Astroglial versus neuronal D-serine: fact checking. Trends in Neuroscience 40, 517-520.
  3. Papouin T. & Oliet S.H.R. (2014). Organization, control and function of extrasynaptic NMDA receptors. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. 369:20130601.
  4. Papouin T., Dunphy J., Tolman M., Foley J.C., Haydon P.G. (2017). Astrocytic control of synaptic function. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. 372, 20160154

Relevant Book Chapters:

  1. Papouin T. & Oliet S.H.R. (2016) “Synaptic and extra-synaptic NMDARs in the CNS”, The Receptors, Vol 30: The NMDA Receptor. Springer Nature Publishing Company ISBN 978-3-319-49793-8. Book Chapter

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