Paul Franken

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Sub-minute prediction of brain temperature based on sleep-wake state in the mouse.
Sela Y., Hoekstra M.M., Franken P., 2021/03/08. eLife, 10 pp. e62073. Peer-reviewed.
Circadian hepatocyte clocks keep synchrony in the absence of a master pacemaker in the suprachiasmatic nucleus or other extrahepatic clocks.
Sinturel F., Gos P., Petrenko V., Hagedorn C., Kreppel F., Storch K.F., Knutti D., Liani A., Weitz C., Emmenegger Y. et al., 2021/03/01. Genes & development, 35 (5-6) pp. 329-334. Peer-reviewed.
Rapid fast-delta decay following prolonged wakefulness marks a phase of wake-inertia in NREM sleep.
Hubbard J., Gent T.C., Hoekstra M.M.B., Emmenegger Y., Mongrain V., Landolt H.P., Adamantidis A.R., Franken P., 2020/06/19. Nature communications, 11 (1) p. 3130. Peer-reviewed.
Recent advances in understanding the genetics of sleep.
Jan M., O'Hara B.F., Franken P., 2020. F1000Research, 9. Peer-reviewed.
Sleep-wake-driven and circadian contributions to daily rhythms in gene expression and chromatin accessibility in the murine cortex.
Hor C.N., Yeung J., Jan M., Emmenegger Y., Hubbard J., Xenarios I., Naef F., Franken P., 2019/12/17. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 116 (51) pp. 25773-25783. Peer-reviewed.
A multi-omics digital research object for the genetics of sleep regulation.
Jan M., Gobet N., Diessler S., Franken P., Xenarios I., 2019/10/31. Scientific data, 6 (1) p. 258. Peer-reviewed.
Cold-inducible RNA-binding protein (CIRBP) adjusts clock-gene expression and REM-sleep recovery following sleep deprivation.
Hoekstra M.M., Emmenegger Y., Hubbard J., Franken P., 2019/02/05. eLife, 8 pp. e43400. Peer-reviewed.
Rocking Promotes Sleep in Mice through Rhythmic Stimulation of the Vestibular System.
Kompotis K., Hubbard J., Emmenegger Y., Perrault A., Mühlethaler M., Schwartz S., Bayer L., Franken P., 2019/02/04. Current biology, 29 (3) pp. 392-401.e4. Peer-reviewed.
Whole-Night Continuous Rocking Entrains Spontaneous Neural Oscillations with Benefits for Sleep and Memory.
Perrault A.A., Khani A., Quairiaux C., Kompotis K., Franken P., Muhlethaler M., Schwartz S., Bayer L., 2019/02/04. Current biology, 29 (3) pp. 402-411.e3. Peer-reviewed.
Omics Approaches in Sleep-Wake Regulation.
O'Callaghan E.K., Green E.W., Franken P., Mongrain V., 2019. Handbook of experimental pharmacology, 253 pp. 59-81. Peer-reviewed.
Bidirectional and context-dependent changes in theta and gamma oscillatory brain activity in noradrenergic cell-specific Hypocretin/Orexin receptor 1-KO mice.
Li S., Franken P., Vassalli A., 2018/10/19. Scientific reports, 8 (1) p. 15474. Peer-reviewed.
A systems genetics resource and analysis of sleep regulation in the mouse.
Diessler S., Jan M., Emmenegger Y., Guex N., Middleton B., Skene D.J., Ibberson M., Burdet F., Götz L., Pagni M. et al., 2018/08. PLoS biology, 16 (8) pp. e2005750. Peer-reviewed.
Clock-dependent chromatin topology modulates circadian transcription and behavior.
Mermet J., Yeung J., Hurni C., Mauvoisin D., Gustafson K., Jouffe C., Nicolas D., Emmenegger Y., Gobet C., Franken P. et al., 2018/03/01. Genes & development, 32 (5-6) pp. 347-358. Peer-reviewed.
Cerebral mGluR5 availability contributes to elevated sleep need and behavioral adjustment after sleep deprivation.
Holst S.C., Sousek A., Hefti K., Saberi-Moghadam S., Buck A., Ametamey S.M., Scheidegger M., Franken P., Henning A., Seifritz E. et al., 2017/10/05. eLife, 6 pp. eLife.28751. Peer-reviewed.
Hypocretin (orexin) is critical in sustaining theta/gamma-rich waking behaviors that drive sleep need.
Vassalli A., Franken P., 2017/07/03. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 114 (27) pp. E5464-E5473. Peer-reviewed.
Development of Circadian Sleep Regulation in the Rat: A Longitudinal Study Under Constant Conditions.
Frank M.G., Ruby N.F., Heller H.C., Franken P., 2017. Sleep, 40 (3) pp. PII zsw077. Peer-reviewed.
Genetics and Genomic basis of sleep in rodents
O'Hara Bruce F., Jiang Peng, Turek Fred W., Franken Paul, 2017/01/01. pp. 296-309 dans Principles and Practice of Sleep Medicine chap. 29, Elesevier-Saunders.
Rai1 frees mice from the repression of active wake behaviors by light.
Diessler S., Kostic C., Arsenijevic Y., Kawasaki A., Franken P., 2017. eLife, 6 pp. e23292. Peer-reviewed.
Altered Sleep Homeostasis in Rev-erbα Knockout Mice.
Mang G.M., La Spada F., Emmenegger Y., Chappuis S., Ripperger J.A., Albrecht U., Franken P., 2016. Sleep, 39 (3) pp. 589-601. Peer-reviewed.
Genome-wide association of multiple complex traits in outbred mice by ultra-low-coverage sequencing.
Nicod J., Davies R.W., Cai N., Hassett C., Goodstadt L., Cosgrove C., Yee B.K., Lionikaite V., McIntyre R.E., Remme C.A. et al., 2016. Nature Genetics, 48 (8) pp. 912-918. Peer-reviewed.
Synaptic dysfunction, memory deficits and hippocampal atrophy due to ablation of mitochondrial fission in adult forebrain neurons.
Oettinghaus B., Schulz J.M., Restelli L.M., Licci M., Savoia C., Schmidt A., Schmitt K., Grimm A., Morè L., Hench J. et al., 2016. Cell Death and Differentiation, 23 (1) pp. 18-28.
A neuron-specific deletion of the microRNA-processing enzyme DICER induces severe but transient obesity in mice.
Mang G.M., Pradervand S., Du N.H., Arpat A.B., Preitner F., Wigger L., Gatfield D., Franken P., 2015. PLoS One, 10 (1) pp. e0116760.
Clock-Talk: Interactions between Central and Peripheral Circadian Oscillators in Mammals.
Schibler U., Gotic I., Saini C., Gos P., Curie T., Emmenegger Y., Sinturel F., Gosselin P., Gerber A., Fleury-Olela F. et al., 2015. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, 80 pp. 223-232.
Genetic dissection of sleep homeostasis.
Mang G.M., Franken P., 2015. Current Topics in Behavioral Neurosciences, 25 pp. 25-63.
Impact of Sleep and Circadian Disruption on Energy Balance and Diabetes: A Summary of Workshop Discussions.
Arble D.M., Bass J., Behn C.D., Butler M.P., Challet E., Czeisler C., Depner C.M., Elmquist J., Franken P., Grandner M.A. et al., 2015. Sleep, 38 (12) pp. 1849-1860. Peer-reviewed.
In vivo imaging of the central and peripheral effects of sleep deprivation and suprachiasmatic nuclei lesion on PERIOD-2 protein in mice.
Curie T., Maret S., Emmenegger Y., Franken P., 2015. Sleep, 38 (9) pp. 1381-1394.
The systemic control of circadian gene expression.
Gerber A., Saini C., Curie T., Emmenegger Y., Rando G., Gosselin P., Gotic I., Gos P., Franken P., Schibler U., 2015. Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism, 17 Suppl 1 pp. 23-32. Peer-reviewed.
Twist1 Is a TNF-Inducible Inhibitor of Clock Mediated Activation of Period Genes.
Meier D., Lopez M., Franken P., Fontana A., 2015. Plos One, 10 (9) pp. e0137229. Peer-reviewed.
Evaluation of a piezoelectric system as an alternative to electroencephalogram/ electromyogram recordings in mouse sleep studies.
Mang G.M., Nicod J., Emmenegger Y., Donohue K.D., O'Hara B.F., Franken P., 2014. Sleep, 37 (8) pp. 1383-1392.
Tumor necrosis factor and transforming growth factor β regulate clock genes by controlling the expression of the cold inducible RNA-binding protein (CIRBP).
Lopez M., Meier D., Müller A., Franken P., Fujita J., Fontana A., 2014. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 289 (5) pp. 2736-2744.
A role for clock genes in sleep homeostasis.
Franken P., 2013. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 23 (5) pp. 864-872.
CD40 activation induces NREM sleep and modulates genes associated with sleep homeostasis.
Gast H., Müller A., Lopez M., Meier D., Huber R., Dechent F., Prinz M., Emmenegger Y., Franken P., Birchler T. et al., 2013. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, 27 (1) pp. 133-144. Peer-reviewed.
Controlling complexity: the clinical relevance of mouse complex genetics.
Schughart K., Libert C., SYSGENET consortium, Kas M.J., Kas M.J., 2013. European Journal of Human Genetics, 21 (11) pp. 1191-1196.
Electroencephalogram paroxysmal theta characterizes cataplexy in mice and children.
Vassalli A., Dellepiane J.M., Emmenegger Y., Jimenez S., Vandi S., Plazzi G., Franken P., Tafti M., 2013. Brain, 136 (Pt 5) pp. 1592-1608.
Genetic interaction between circadian and homeostatic regulation of sleep
Mongrain V., Franken P., 2013. pp. 147-161 dans Shaw P., Tafti M., Thorpy M.J. (eds.) The Genetic Basis of Sleep and Sleep Disorders chap. 15, Cambridge University Press.
Homeostatic and circadian contribution to EEG and molecular state variables of sleep regulation.
Curie T., Mongrain V., Dorsaz S., Mang G.M., Emmenegger Y., Franken P., 2013. Sleep, 36 (3) pp. 311-323.
Meeting report of the European mouse complex genetics network SYSGENET.
Delprato A., Aransay A.M., Kollmus H., Schughart K., Falcon-Perez J.M., SYSGENET consortium, 2013. Mammalian Genome, 24 (5-6) pp. 190-197.
Neuroligin-1 links neuronal activity to sleep-wake regulation.
El Helou J., Bélanger-Nelson E., Freyburger M., Dorsaz S., Curie T., La Spada F., Gaudreault P.O., Beaumont É., Pouliot P., Lesage F. et al., 2013. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 110 (24) pp. 9974-9979.
Planning sleep-related animal and translational research
Mang G.M., Franken P., 2013. pp. 139-150 dans Kushida C.A. (eds.) Encyclopedia of Sleep, Elsevier.
Real-time recording of circadian liver gene expression in freely moving mice reveals the phase-setting behavior of hepatocyte clocks.
Saini C., Liani A., Curie T., Gos P., Kreppel F., Emmenegger Y., Bonacina L., Wolf J.P., Poget Y.A., Franken P. et al., 2013. Genes and Development, 27 (13) pp. 1526-1536.
Age-related changes in sleep in inbred mice are genotype dependent.
Hasan S., Dauvilliers Y., Mongrain V., Franken P., Tafti M., 2012. Neurobiology of Aging, 33 (1) pp. 195.e13-195.e26.
Circadian clock genes and the regulation of sleep
Curie T., Franken P., 2012. pp. 1-12 dans Shiromani P.J., Horvath T., Redline S., Van Cauter E. (eds.) Sleep loss and obesity: intersecting epidemics chap. 1, Springer.
Differential effects of sodium oxybate and baclofen on EEG, sleep, neurobehavioral performance, and memory.
Vienne J., Lecciso G., Constantinescu I., Schwartz S., Franken P., Heinzer R., Tafti M., 2012. Sleep, 35 (8) pp. 1071-1083.
Genetic mechanisms underlying rhythmic EEG activity during sleep
Franken P., 2012. pp. 59-89 dans Frank M.G. (eds.) Sleep and brain activity chap. 4, Elsevier.
Human disease: Strength to strength for mouse models.
Schughart K., Libert C., Kas M.J., 2012. Nature, 492 (7427) p. 41.
Key electrophysiological, molecular, and metabolic signatures of sleep and wakefulness revealed in primary cortical cultures.
Hinard V., Mikhail C., Pradervand S., Curie T., Houtkooper R.H., Auwerx J., Franken P., Tafti M., 2012. Journal of Neuroscience, 32 (36) pp. 12506-12517.
Sleep and EEG Phenotyping in Mice.
Mang G.M., Franken P., 2012. Current Protocols in Mouse Biology, 2 (1) pp. 55-74. Peer-reviewed.
Sleep and genetics
Franken P., Tafti P., 2012. pp. 43-45 dans Bassetti C.L., Knobl B., Schulz H (eds.) European Sleep Research Society, 1972-2012, European Sleep Research Society.
Sustaining sleep spindles through enhanced SK2-channel activity consolidates sleep and elevates arousal threshold.
Wimmer R.D., Astori S., Bond C.T., Rovó Z., Chatton J.Y., Adelman J.P., Franken P., Lüthi A., 2012. Journal of Neuroscience, 32 (40) pp. 13917-13928. Peer-reviewed.
Genetic basis of sleep in rodents
O'Hara B.F., Turek F.W., Franken P., 2011. pp. 161-174 dans Kryger M.H., Roth T., Dement W.C. (eds.) Principles and practice of sleep medicine chap. 14, Elsevier Saunders.
Sleep loss reduces the DNA-binding of BMAL1, CLOCK, and NPAS2 to specific clock genes in the mouse cerebral cortex.
Mongrain V., La Spada F., Curie T., Franken P., 2011. PLoS One, 6 (10) pp. e26622.
The Ca(V)3.3 calcium channel is the major sleep spindle pacemaker in thalamus.
Astori S., Wimmer R.D., Prosser H.M., Corti C., Corsi M., Liaudet N., Volterra A., Franken P., Adelman J.P., Lüthi A., 2011. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 108 (33) pp. 13823-13828.
Differential effects of GABAB receptor subtypes, {gamma}-hydroxybutyric Acid, and Baclofen on EEG activity and sleep regulation.
Vienne J., Bettler B., Franken P., Tafti M., 2010/10/20. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience, 30 (42) pp. 14194-14204. Peer-reviewed.
Separating the contribution of glucocorticoids and wakefulness to the molecular and electrophysiological correlates of sleep homeostasis.
Mongrain V., Hernandez S.A., Pradervand S., Dorsaz S., Curie T., Hagiwara G., Gip P., Heller H.C., Franken P., 2010. Sleep, 33 (9) pp. 1147-1157.
SYSGENET: a meeting report from a new European network for systems genetics.
Schughart K., SYSGENET consortium, 2010. Mammalian Genome, 21 (7-8) pp. 331-336.
cGMP-dependent protein kinase type I is implicated in the regulation of the timing and quality of sleep and wakefulness.
Langmesser S., Franken P., Feil S., Emmenegger Y., Albrecht U., Feil R., 2009. PloS one, 4 (1) pp. e4238.
Circadian clock genes and sleep homeostasis.
Franken P., Dijk D.J., 2009. European Journal of Neuroscience, 29 (9) pp. 1820-1829. Peer-reviewed.
Genetic approaches to the problem of sleep
Gregory A.M., Franken P., 2009. pp. 41-61 dans Frank M.G. (eds.) Current Advances in Sleep Biology chap. 4, Nova Science Publishers.
How to keep the brain awake? The complex molecular pharmacogenetics of wake promotion.
Hasan S., Pradervand S., Ahnaou A., Drinkenburg W., Tafti M., Franken P., 2009. Neuropsychopharmacology, 34 (7) pp. 1625-1640. Peer-reviewed.
Melanopsin as a sleep modulator: circadian gating of the direct effects of light on sleep and altered sleep homeostasis in Opn4(-/-) mice.
Tsai J.W., Hannibal J., Hagiwara G., Colas D., Ruppert E., Ruby N.F., Heller H.C., Franken P., Bourgin P., 2009. PLoS biology, 7 (6) pp. e1000125.
Sleep homeostasis
Franken P., 2009. pp. 3721-3725 dans Binder M. D., Hirokawa N., Windhorst U. (eds.) Encyclopedia of neuroscience, Springer.
The functions of sleep.
Franken P., Kopp C., Landolt H.P., Lüthi A., 2009. European Journal of Neuroscience, 29 (9) pp. 1739-1740.
Genetics of sleep.
Andretic R., Franken P., Tafti M., 2008. Annual Review of Genetics, 42 pp. 361-388. Peer-reviewed.
Sleep deprivation effects on circadian clock gene expression in the cerebral cortex parallel electroencephalographic differences among mouse strains.
Wisor J.P., Pasumarthi R.K., Gerashchenko D., Thompson C.L., Pathak S., Sancar A., Franken P., Lein E.S., Kilduff T.S., 2008. Journal of Neuroscience, 28 (28) pp. 7193-7201. Peer-reviewed.
T-type Ca2+ channels, SK2 channels and SERCAs gate sleep-related oscillations in thalamic dendrites.
Cueni L., Canepari M., Luján R., Emmenegger Y., Watanabe M., Bond C.T., Franken P., Adelman J.P., Lüthi A., 2008. Nature Neuroscience, 11 (6) pp. 683-692. Peer-reviewed.
A non-circadian role for clock-genes in sleep homeostasis: a strain comparison.
Franken P., Thomason R., Heller H.C., O'Hara B.F., 2007. BMC Neuroscience, 8 (1) p. 87. Peer-reviewed.
Genomic and proteomic approaches towards an understanding of sleep.
O'Hara B.F., Ding J., Bernat R.L., Franken P., 2007. CNS and Neurological Disorders Drug Targets, 6 (1) pp. 71-81. Peer-reviewed.
Homer1a is a core brain molecular correlate of sleep loss.
Maret S., Dorsaz S., Gurcel L., Pradervand S., Petit B., Pfister C., Hagenbuchle O., O'Hara B.F., Franken P., Tafti M., 2007. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 104 (50) pp. 20090-20095. Peer-reviewed.
Molecular analysis of sleep.
Tafti M., Franken P., 2007. Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology, 72 pp. 573-578. Peer-reviewed.
Pattern recognition of sleep in rodents using piezoelectric signals generated by gross body movements.
Flores A.E., Flores J.E., Deshpande H., Picazo J.A., Xie X.S., Franken P., Heller H.C., Grahn D.A., O'Hara B.F., 2007. IEEE Transactions on Bio-medical Engineering, 54 (2) pp. 225-233. Peer-reviewed.
The quality of waking and process S.
Franken P., 2007. Sleep, 30 (2) pp. 126-127.
Glycogen content in the cerebral cortex increases with sleep loss in C57BL/6J mice.
Franken P., Gip P., Hagiwara G., Ruby N.F., Heller H.C., 2006. Neuroscience Letters, 402 (1-2) pp. 176-179. Peer-reviewed.
NPAS2 as a transcriptional regulator of non-rapid eye movement sleep: genotype and sex interactions.
Franken P., Dudley C.A., Estill S.J., Barakat M., Thomason R., O'Hara B.F., McKnight S.L., 2006. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 103 (18) pp. 7118-7123.
Interaction of sleep homeostasis and circadian rhythmicity : dependent or independent systems?
Dijk D.J., Franken P., 2005. pp. 418-434 dans Kryger M.H., Roth T, Dement W.C. (eds.) Interaction of Sleep Homeostasis and Circadian Rhythmicity: Dependent or Independent Systems? chap. 34, Saunders.
Lack of the alanine-serine-cysteine transporter 1 causes tremors, seizures, and early postnatal death in mice.
Xie X., Dumas T., Tang L., Brennan T., Reeder T., Thomas W., Klein R.D., Flores J., O'Hara B.F., Heller H.C. et al., 2005. Brain Research, 1052 (2) pp. 212-221. Peer-reviewed.
Retinoic acid signaling affects cortical synchrony during sleep.
Maret S., Franken P., Dauvilliers Y., Ghyselinck N.B., Chambon P., Tafti M., 2005. Science, 310 (5745) pp. 111-113.
Genetic regulation of sleep
Dauvilliers Y., Franken P., Tafti M., 2004. pp. 123-44 dans Luppi P.H. (eds.) Sleep: Circuits and Function chap. 7, CRC Press.
Genetics of delta and theta activities during sleep: Deficiency in short-chain fatty acid β-oxidation affects theta oscillations during sleep
Tafti M., Franken P., 2004., Recent Progress in Sleep Research'; one in Osaka on March 20 & 21,2003 and the other in Fukuoka on March 23, 2003 pp. S34-S35 dans Kumar V.M. (eds.) Sleep and Biological Rhythms. Peer-reviewed, Wiley.
Homeostatic regulation of sleep in arrhythmic Siberian hamsters.
Larkin J.E., Yokogawa T., Heller H.C., Franken P., Ruby N.F., 2004. American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology, 287 (1) pp. R104-R111. Peer-reviewed.
Towards identification of genes underlying sleep homeostasis
Franken P., 2004. Sleep and Biological Rhythms, 2 (s1) pp. S36-S37.
Altered patterns of sleep and behavioral adaptability in NPAS2-deficient mice.
Dudley C.A., Erbel-Sieler C., Estill S.J., Reick M., Franken P., Pitts S., McKnight S.L., 2003. Science, 301 (5631) pp. 379-383. Peer-reviewed.
Changes in brain glycogen after sleep deprivation vary with genotype.
Franken P., Gip P., Hagiwara G., Ruby N.F., Heller H.C., 2003. American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology, 285 (2) pp. R413-R419. Peer-reviewed.
Deficiency in short-chain fatty acid beta-oxidation affects theta oscillations during sleep.
Tafti M., Petit B., Chollet D., Neidhart E., de Bilbao F., Kiss J.Z., Wood P.A., Franken P., 2003. Nature Genetics, 34 (3) pp. 320-325. Peer-reviewed.
Genetics of sleep and sleep disorders.
Franken P., Tafti M., 2003. Frontiers in Bioscience, 8 pp. e381-e397. Peer-reviewed.
Perchance to dream: solving the mystery of sleep through genetic analysis.
Shaw P.J., Franken P., 2003. Journal of Neurobiology, 54 (1) pp. 179-202.
Invited review: genetic dissection of sleep.
Tafti M., Franken P., 2002/03. Journal of applied physiology, 92 (3) pp. 1339-1347. Peer-reviewed.
A role for cryptochromes in sleep regulation.
Wisor J.P., O'Hara B.F., Terao A., Selby C.P., Kilduff T.S., Sancar A., Edgar D.M., Franken P., 2002. BMC Neuroscience, 3 p. 20. Peer-reviewed.
Debating how REM sleep is regulated (and by what).
Benington J.H., 2002. Journal of Sleep Research, 11 (1) pp. 29-31; discussion 31-33.
Long-term vs. short-term processes regulating REM sleep.
Franken P., 2002. Journal of Sleep Research, 11 (1) pp. 17-28.
Loss of circadian organization of sleep and wakefulness during hibernation.
Larkin J.E., Franken P., Heller H.C., 2002. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, 282 (4) pp. R1086-R1095.
Role of melanopsin in circadian responses to light.
Ruby N.F., Brennan T.J., Xie X., Cao V., Franken P., Heller H.C., O'Hara B.F., 2002. Science, 298 (5601) pp. 2211-2213. Peer-reviewed.
Magnesium involvement in sleep: genetic and nutritional models.
Chollet D., Franken P., Raffin Y., Henrotte J.G., Widmer J., Malafosse A., Tafti M., 2001. Behavior Genetics, 31 (5) pp. 413-425. Peer-reviewed.
The homeostatic regulation of sleep need is under genetic control.
Franken P., Chollet D., Tafti M., 2001. Journal of Neuroscience, 21 (8) pp. 2610-2621.
Blood and brain magnesium in inbred mice and their correlation with sleep quality.
Chollet D., Franken P., Raffin Y., Malafosse A., Widmer J., Tafti M., 2000. American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology, 279 (6) pp. R2173-R2178. Peer-reviewed.
The transcription factor DBP affects circadian sleep consolidation and rhythmic EEG activity.
Franken P., Lopez-Molina L., Marcacci L., Schibler U., Tafti M., 2000. Journal of Neuroscience, 20 (2) pp. 617-625.
Genetic determinants of sleep regulation in inbred mice.
Franken P., Malafosse A., Tafti M., 1999. Sleep, 22 (2) pp. 155-169.
Quantitative trait loci approach to the genetics of sleep in recombinant inbred mice.
Tafti M., Chollet D., Valatx J.L., Franken P., 1999. Journal of Sleep Research, 8 Suppl 1 pp. 37-43.
The glutamate induced phase shift in the SCN slice: a two pulse study.
Franken P., Cao V., Heller H.C., Miller J.D., 1999. Brain Research, 818 (1) pp. 34-40. Peer-reviewed.
Genetic variation in EEG activity during sleep in inbred mice.
Franken P., Malafosse A., Tafti M., 1998. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory Integrative and Comparative Physiology, 275 (4 Pt 2) pp. R1127-R1137.
Localization of candidate genomic regions influencing paradoxical sleep in mice.
Tafti M., Franken P., Kitahama K., Malafosse A., Jouvet M., Valatx J.L., 1997. Neuroreport, 8 (17) pp. 3755-3758.
Siberian hamsters free run or become arrhythmic after a phase delay of the photocycle.
Ruby N.F., Saran A., Kang T., Franken P., Heller H.C., 1996/10. American Journal of Physiology., 271 (4) pp. R881-R890.
Varying photoperiod in the laboratory rat: profound effect on 24-h sleep pattern but no effect on sleep homeostasis.
Franken P., Tobler I., Borbély A.A., 1995/09. American Journal of Physiology Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, 269 (3 Pt 2) pp. R691-R701.
Effect of elevated ambient temperature on sleep, EEG spectra, and brain temperature in the rat.
Gao B.O., Franken P., Tobler I., Borbély A.A., 1995/06. American Journal of Physiology : Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, 268 (6 Pt 2) pp. R1365-R1373.
Room light impairs sleep in the albino rat.
Tobler I., Franken P., Alföldi P., Borbély A.A., 1994/08. Behavioural Brain Research, 63 (2) pp. 205-211.
High-frequency components of the rat electrocorticogram are modulated by the vigilance states.
Franken P., Dijk D.J., Tobler I., Borbély A.A., 1994/02. Neuroscience letters, 167 (1-2) pp. 89-92. Peer-reviewed.
Sleep and cortical temperature in the Djungarian hamster under baseline conditions and after sleep deprivation.
Deboer T., Franken P., Tobler I., 1994/02. Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology, 174 (2) pp. 145-155. Peer-reviewed.
Sleep deprivation in the rat at different ambient temperatures: effect on sleep, EEG spectra and brain temperature.
Tobler I., Franken P., Gao B., Jaggi K., Borbély A.A., 1994/01. Archives Italiennes de Biologie, 132 (1) pp. 39-52.
Sleep homeostasis in the guinea pig: similar response to sleep deprivation in the light and dark period.
Tobler I., Franken P., 1993/12. Neuroscience Letters, 164 (1-2) pp. 105-108.
Effects of 12-h sleep deprivation and of 12-h cold exposure on sleep regulation and cortical temperature in the rat.
Franken P., Tobler I., Borbély A.A., 1993/11. Physiology & behavior, 54 (5) pp. 885-894. Peer-reviewed.
Vigilance states, EEG spectra, and cortical temperature in the guinea pig.
Tobler I., Franken P., Jaggi K., 1993/06. American Journal of Physiology : Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, 264 (6 Pt 2) pp. R1125-R1132.
Models of sleep regulation in mammals.
Tobler I., Franken P., Trachsel L., Borbély A.A., 1992/06. Journal of sleep research, 1 (2) pp. 125-127. Peer-reviewed.
Cortical temperature and EEG slow-wave activity in the rat: analysis of vigilance state related changes.
Franken P., Tobler I., Borbély A.A., 1992/04. Pflügers Archiv : European journal of physiology, 420 (5-6) pp. 500-507. Peer-reviewed.
Sleep and waking have a major effect on the 24-hr rhythm of cortical temperature in the rat.
Franken P., Tobler I., Borbély A.A., 1992. Journal of biological rhythms, 7 (4) pp. 341-352. Peer-reviewed.
Sleep homeostasis in the rat: simulation of the time course of EEG slow-wave activity.
Franken P., Tobler I., Borbély A.A., 1991/09. Neuroscience Letters, 130 (2) pp. 141-144. Peer-reviewed.
Sleep deprivation in rats: effects on EEG power spectra, vigilance states, and cortical temperature.
Franken P., Dijk D.J., Tobler I., Borbély A.A., 1991/07. American Journal of Physiology., 261 (1 Pt 2) pp. R198-R208.
Short light-dark cycles influence sleep stages and EEG power spectra in the rat.
Alföldi P., Franken P., Tobler I., Borbély A.A., 1991/05. Behavioural brain research, 43 (2) pp. 125-131. Peer-reviewed.
Sleep and EEG spectra in the rabbit under baseline conditions and following sleep deprivation.
Tobler I., Franken P., Scherschlicht R., 1990/07. Physiology & behavior, 48 (1) pp. 121-129. Peer-reviewed.
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