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2012

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  • Fernandez VM ; Giurfa M ; Farina JM*, Devaud JM* (2012) Latent inhibition in an insect : The role of aminergic signaling. Learn Memory 19 : 593-597
  • Arenas A, Giurfa M, Sandoz JC, Hourcade B, Farina WM*, Devaud JM* (2012) Early olfactory experience induces structural changes in the primary olfactory center of an insect brain. Eur J Neurosci 35 : 682-690
  • Louis T, Musso PY ; Barbosa de Oliveira S, Garreau L, Giurfa M, Raymond V, Gauthier M(2012) Subunit knockdown in the mushroom body vertical lobes impairs olfactory retrieval in the
  • honeybee, Apis mellifera. Eur J Neurosci 36 : 3438-3450
  • Matsumoto Y, Menzel R, Sandoz JC, Giurfa M (2012) Revisiting olfactory classical conditioning of the proboscis extension response in honey bees : A step toward standardized procedures. J Neurosci Meth 211 : 159-167
  • Giurfa M (2012) Social learning in insects : a higher-order capacity ? Frontiers Behav Neurosci 6 : 57 DOI : 10.3389/fnbeh.2012.00057
  • Avarguès-Weber A, Dyer AG, Combe M, Giurfa M (2012) Simultaneous mastering of two abstract concepts by the miniature brain of bees. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 43 : 244-268 (Recommended by the F100)
  • Carcaud J, Hill T, Giurfa M, Sandoz JC (2012) Differential coding by two olfactory subsystems in the honeybee brain. J Neurophysiol 108 : 1106-1121
  • Avarguès-Weber A, Mota T, Giurfa M (2012) New vistas on honey bee vision. Apidologie 43 : Pages : 244- 268
  • Davis RL, Giurfa M (2012) Mushroom-body memories : an obituary prematurely written ? Current Biol 22 : R272-R275
  • Arenas A, Giurfa M, Sandoz JC, Hourcade B, Farina WM*, Devaud JM* (2012) Early olfactory experience induces structural changes in the primary olfactory center of an insect brain. Eur J Neurosci 35 : 682-690
  • Giurfa M, Sandoz JC (2012) Invertebrate learning and memory : Fifty years of olfactory conditioning of the proboscis extension response in honeybees. Learn Memory 19 : 54-66
  • Roussel E, Padie S, Giurfa M (2012) Aversive learning overcomes appetitive innate responding in honeybees Anim Cognit 15 : 135-141
  • Boumghar K, Couret-Fauvel T, Garcia M, Armengaud C (2012) Evidence for a role of GABA- and glutamategated chloride channels in olfactory memory. Pharmacol Biochem Behav 103 : 69-75
  • El Hassani AK, Schuster S, Dyck Y, Demares F, Leboulle G*, Armengaud C* (2012) Identification, localization and function of glutamate-gated chloride channel receptors in the honeybee brain. Eur J Neurosci 36 : 2409-2420
  • Guerrieri F, Gemeno C, Monsempes C, Anton S, Jacquin-Joly E, Lucas P, Devaud JM (2012) Experiencedependent modulation of antennal sensitivity and input to antennal lobes in male moths (Spodoptera littoralis) pre-exposed to sex pheromone. J Exp Biol 215 : 2334-2341
  • Acebes A, Devaud JM, Arnes M, Ferrus A (2012) Central adaptation to odorants depends on PI3K levels in local interneurons of the antennal lobe. J Neurosci 32 : 417-422
  • Dupuis J, Louis T, Gauthier M, Raymond V (2012) Insights from honeybee (Apis mellifera) and fly (Drosophila melanogaster) nicotinic acetylcholine receptors : From genes to behavioral functions. Neurosci Biobehav Rev 36 : 1553-1564