Salvatore Lecca

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14 publications

 
Opposite responses to aversive stimuli in lateral habenula neurons.
Congiu M., Trusel M., Pistis M., Mameli M., Lecca S. The European journal of neuroscience. Peer-reviewed.
 
Dysfunction of homeostatic control of dopamine by astrocytes in the developing prefrontal cortex leads to cognitive impairments.
Petrelli F., Dallérac G., Pucci L., Calì C., Zehnder T., Sultan S., Lecca S., Chicca A., Ivanov A., Asensio C.S. et al. Molecular psychiatry. Peer-reviewed.
Punishment-Predictive Cues Guide Avoidance through Potentiation of Hypothalamus-to-Habenula Synapses.
Trusel M., Nuno-Perez A., Lecca S., Harada H., Lalive A.L., Congiu M., Takemoto K., Takahashi T., Ferraguti F., Mameli M., 2019. Neuron, 102 (1) pp. 120-127.e4. Peer-reviewed.
Functional Principles of Posterior Septal Inputs to the Medial Habenula.
Otsu Y., Lecca S., Pietrajtis K., Rousseau C.V., Marcaggi P., Dugué G.P., Mailhes-Hamon C., Mameli M., Diana M.A., 2018. Cell Reports, 22 (3) pp. 693-705. Peer-reviewed.
Lateral Habenula Gone Awry in Depression: Bridging Cellular Adaptations With Therapeutics.
Nuno-Perez A., Tchenio A., Mameli M., Lecca S., 2018. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 12 p. 485. Peer-reviewed.
Limiting habenular hyperactivity ameliorates maternal separation-driven depressive-like symptoms.
Tchenio A., Lecca S., Valentinova K., Mameli M., 2017/10/26. Nature communications, 8 (1) p. 1135. Peer-reviewed.
Aversive stimuli drive hypothalamus-to-habenula excitation to promote escape behavior.
Lecca S., Meye F.J., Trusel M., Tchenio A., Harris J., Schwarz M.K., Burdakov D., Georges F., Mameli M., 2017/09/05. eLife, 6 pp. 1-16. Peer-reviewed.
 
Footshock-induced plasticity of GABAB signalling in the lateral habenula requires dopamine and glucocorticoid receptors.
Lecca S., Trusel M., Mameli M., 2017/06. Synapse, 71 (6) p. 6. Peer-reviewed.
 
Rescue of GABAB and GIRK function in the lateral habenula by protein phosphatase 2A inhibition ameliorates depression-like phenotypes in mice.
Lecca S., Pelosi A., Tchenio A., Moutkine I., Lujan R., Hervé D., Mameli M., 2016. Nature Medicine, 22 (3) pp. 254-261. Peer-reviewed.
 
L'enfer après le plaisir - Contribution de l'habénula latérale aux symptômes dépressifs des drogues [Hell after the pleasure: drug-induced negative symptoms involve lateral habenula]
Valentinova K., Tchenio A., Meye F.J., Lecca S., Mameli M., 2015/05. Medecine sciences , 31 (5) pp. 478-481.
Cocaine-evoked negative symptoms require AMPA receptor trafficking in the lateral habenula.
Meye F.J., Valentinova K., Lecca S., Marion-Poll L., Maroteaux M.J., Musardo S., Moutkine I., Gardoni F., Huganir R.L., Georges F. et al., 2015. Nature Neuroscience, 18 (3) pp. 376-378. Peer-reviewed.
Ventral Subiculum Stimulation Promotes Persistent Hyperactivity of Dopamine Neurons and Facilitates Behavioral Effects of Cocaine.
Glangetas C., Fois G.R., Jalabert M., Lecca S., Valentinova K., Meye F.J., Diana M., Faure P., Mameli M., Caille S. et al., 2015. Cell Reports, 13 (10) pp. 2287-2296. Peer-reviewed.
 
The lateral habenula in addiction and depression: an anatomical, synaptic and behavioral overview.
Lecca S., Meye F.J., Mameli M., 2014. European Journal of Neuroscience, 39 (7) pp. 1170-1178. Peer-reviewed.
Synaptic and cellular profile of neurons in the lateral habenula.
Meye F.J., Lecca S., Valentinova K., Mameli M., 2013. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 7 p. 860. Peer-reviewed.
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