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Alexandre Grémiaux

Alexandre Grémiaux

PhD

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January 2013 - June 2015
Ministère de l'Éducation nationale
Position
  • PostDoc Position
October 2008 - November 2011
French National Institute for Agriculture, Food, and Environment (INRAE)
Position
  • PhD Student
Description
  • Theoretical study of odour representation in olfactory neural pathway.

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Publications (11)
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A statistical model of the population of first-order olfactory receptor neurons (ORNs) is proposed and analysed. It describes the relationship between stimulus intensity (odour concentration) and coding variables such as rate and latency of the population of several thousand sex-pheromone sensitive ORNs in male moths. Although these neurons likely...
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In the olfactory system of male moths, a specialized subset of neurons detects and processes the main component of the sex pheromone emitted by females. It is composed of several thousand first-order olfactory receptor neurons (ORNs), all expressing the same pheromone receptor, that contact synaptically a few tens of second-order projection neurons...
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The French scientist Claude Bernard (1813-1878) is famous for his discoveries in physiology and for introducing rigorous experimental methods to medicine and biology. One of his major technical innovations was the use of chemicals in order to disrupt normal physiological function to test hypotheses. But less known is his conviction that the physiol...
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Understanding the interaction mechanisms between electromagnetic field and living system has been a challenging issue since the middle of the 20 th century. Many biophysical theories have been developed but still nowadays the theoretical framework of bioelectromagnetism is complex and more investigations are needed in this field to develop a unifie...
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The molecular mechanisms that control the binding of odorant to olfactory receptors and transduce this signal into membrane depolarization are reviewed. They are compared in vertebrates and insects for interspecific (allelochemicals) and intraspecific (pheromones) olfactory signals. Attempts to develop quantitative models of these multistage signal...

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