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Jean-Francois PERRIER
Jean-Francois PERRIER
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Serotonin spillover onto the axon initial segment of motoneurons induces central fatigue by inhibiting action potential initiation
F Cotel, R Exley, SJ Cragg, JF Perrier
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (12), 4774-4779, 2013
1772013
5-HT2 Receptors Promote Plateau Potentials in Turtle Spinal Motoneurons by Facilitating an L-Type Calcium Current
JF Perrier, J Hounsgaard
Journal of neurophysiology 89 (2), 954-959, 2003
1352003
Serotonergic modulation of spinal motor control
JF Perrier, F Cotel
Current opinion in neurobiology 33, 1-7, 2015
1112015
Spinal plasticity mediated by postsynaptic L-type Ca2+ channels
JF Perrier, A Alaburda, J Hounsgaard
Brain research reviews 40 (1-3), 223-229, 2002
1082002
Modulation of the intrinsic properties of motoneurons by serotonin
JF Perrier, HB Rasmussen, RK Christensen, AV Petersen
Current pharmaceutical design 19 (24), 4371-4384, 2013
1062013
Subcellular distribution of L‐type Ca2+ channels responsible for plateau potentials in motoneurons from the lumbar spinal cord of the turtle
M Simon, JF Perrier, J Hounsgaard
European Journal of Neuroscience 18 (2), 258-266, 2003
1062003
Metabotropic synaptic regulation of intrinsic response properties of turtle spinal motoneurones.
R Delgado-Lezama, JF Perrier, S Nedergaard, G Svirskis, J Hounsgaard
The Journal of physiology 504 (Pt 1), 97, 1997
1021997
Synaptic release of serotonin induced by stimulation of the raphe nucleus promotes plateau potentials in spinal motoneurons of the adult turtle
JF Perrier, R Delgado-Lezama
Journal of Neuroscience 25 (35), 7993-7999, 2005
982005
Development and regulation of response properties in spinal cord motoneurons
JF Perrier, J Hounsgaard
Brain research bulletin 53 (5), 529-535, 2000
912000
An M‐like outward current regulates the excitability of spinal motoneurones in the adult turtle
A Alaburda, JF Perrier, J Hounsgaard
The Journal of Physiology 540 (3), 875-881, 2002
842002
5‐HT1A receptors increase excitability of spinal motoneurons by inhibiting a TASK‐1‐like K+ current in the adult turtle
JF Perrier, A Alaburda, J Hounsgaard
The Journal of physiology 548 (2), 485-492, 2003
832003
Mechanisms causing plateau potentials in spinal motoneurones
A Alaburda, JF Perrier, J Hounsgaard
Sensorimotor Control of Movement and Posture, 219-226, 2002
792002
Local facilitation of plateau potentials in dendrites of turtle motoneurones by synaptic activation of metabotropic receptors
R Delgado-Lezama, JF Perrier, J Hounsgaard
The Journal of Physiology 515 (Pt 1), 203, 1999
621999
Ca2+-Activated Nonselective Cationic Current (I CAN) in Turtle Motoneurons
JF Perrier, J Hounsgaard
Journal of neurophysiology 82 (2), 730-735, 1999
591999
Facilitation of plateau potentials in turtle motoneurones by a pathway dependent on calcium and calmodulin
JF Perrier, S Mejia-Gervacio, J Hounsgaard
The Journal of Physiology 528 (Pt 1), 107, 2000
582000
5‐HT1A receptors modulate small‐conductance Ca2+‐activated K+ channels
M Grunnet, T Jespersen, JF Perrier
Journal of neuroscience research 78 (6), 845-854, 2004
572004
Detection of biological signals from a live mammalian muscle using an early stage diamond quantum sensor
JL Webb, L Troise, NW Hansen, C Olsson, AM Wojciechowski, J Achard, ...
Scientific reports 11 (1), 2412, 2021
542021
Serotonin differentially modulates the intrinsic properties of spinal motoneurons from the adult turtle
JF Perrier, F Cotel
The Journal of physiology 586 (5), 1233-1238, 2008
522008
Locomotor-and reward-enhancing effects of cocaine are differentially regulated by chemogenetic stimulation of Gi-signaling in dopaminergic neurons
AH Runegaard, AT Sørensen, CM Fitzpatrick, SH Jørgensen, AV Petersen, ...
Eneuro 5 (3), 2018
502018
Live imaging of Kv7. 2/7.3 cell surface dynamics at the axon initial segment: high steady-state stability and calpain-dependent excitotoxic downregulation revealed
T Benned-Jensen, RK Christensen, F Denti, JF Perrier, HB Rasmussen, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (7), 2261-2266, 2016
462016
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