Publication List

Publications in peer reviewed journals (lab members appear in bold)

52. Carlsen E.M., Amrutkar D.V., Sandager K.N., Perrier, JF. (2019). Accurate and affordable assessment of physiological and pathological tremor in rodents with the accelerometer of a smartphone. J Neurophysiol. 122: 970–974, 2019.

51. Skov LJ, Ratner C, Hansen NW, Thompson JJ, Egerod KL, Burm H, Dalbøge LS, Hedegaard MA, Brakebusch C, Pers TH, Perrier JF, Holst B.. RhoA in tyrosine hydroxylase expressing neurons regulates food intake and body weight via altered sensitivity to peripheral hormones. J Neuroendocrinol. 2019 Jun 25. doi: 10.1111/jne.12761

50. Fitzpatrick CM, Runegaard AH, Christiansen SH, Jørgensen SH, Hansen NW, McGirr J, Sørensen AT, Perrier JF, Petersen A, Gether G, Woldbye DP, T Andreasen JT (2018). Differential effects of chemogenetic inhibition on dopamine and norepinephrine neurons in the mouse 5-choice serial reaction time task. Progress in Neuropsychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry. Prog Neuropsychopharmacol Biol Psychiatry. 2019 Mar 2;90:264-276.

49. Perrier JF (2019). If serotonin does not exhaust you, it makes you stronger. J Physiol, 597(1):5-6.

48. Christensen RK, Delgado-Lezama R, Russo RE, Lind BL, Loeza-Alcocer E, Rath R, Fabbiani G, Schmitt N, Lauritzen M, Petersen AV, Carlsen EM, Perrier JF (2018). Spinal dorsal horn astrocytes release GABA in response to synaptic activation. J Physiol, 596(20):4983-4994.

47. Runegaard AH, Sørensen AT, Fitzpatrick CM, Jørgensen SH, Petersen A, Hansen NW, Weikop P, Andreasen JT, Mikkelsen JD, Perrier JF, Woldbye D, Rickhag M, Wortwein G and Gether U (2018). Locomotor- and reward-enhancing effects of cocaine are differentially regulated by chemogenetic stimulation of Gi-signaling in dopaminergic neurons. eNeuro, pii: ENEURO.0345-17.2018.

46. Perrier JF, Rasmussen H, Jørgensen, LK, Berg, RW (2018). Intense activity of the raphe spinal pathway depresses motor activity via a serotonin dependent mechanism. Front. Neural Circuits, 11:111. doi: 10.3389/fncir.2017.00111

45. von Schoubye NL, Frederiksen K, Kristiansen U, Anders Victor Petersen AV, Dalby NO, Morten Grunnet M, Jensen, HS, Jespersen T, Sohal VS, Perrier JF (2018). The sodium channel activator Lu AE98134 normalizes the altered firing properties of fast spiking interneurons in Dlx5/6+/- mice. Neuroscience Letters, 662, 29-35.

44. Petersen A and Perrier JF (2017). La sérotonine prévient l’épilepsie du lobe temporal en inhibant les neurones à bouffée du subiculum. Médecine Sciences, 33(8-9):727-729.

43. Gjørlund MD, Carlsen EM, Kønig AB, Dmytrieva O, Petersen A, Jacobsen J, Berezin V, Perrier J and Jacobsen SO (2017). Soluble ectodomain of neuroligin 1 decreases synaptic activity by activating metabotropic glutamate receptor 2. Front. Mol. Neurosci. 10:116. doi: 10.3389/fnmol.2017.00116

42. Petersen A, Jensen CS, Crépel V, Falkerslev M and Perrier JF (2017). Serotonin regulates the firing of principal cells of the subiculum by inhibiting a T-type Ca2+ current. Front. Cell. Neurosci. 11:60. doi: 10.3389/fncel.2017.00060

41. D'Amico JM, Annie A Butler AA, Heroux ME, Cotel F, Perrier JF, Butler J, Gandevia SC, and Janet L Taylor JL (2017). Human Motoneurone Excitability is Depressed by Activation of 5HT1A Receptors with Buspirone". J Physiol, 595, 1763-1773.

40. Carlsen EM, Rasmussen R. (2017). Bursting deep dorsal horn neurons: the pharmacological target for the antispastic effects of zolmitriptan? J Neurophysiol.;117(5):1841-1843.

39. Carlsen EM, Rasmussen R. (2017). Protein Networks in Alzheimer's Disease. Cell Syst. 4(2):153-155.

38. Rasmussen R, Carlsen EM. (2017). Motor cortical HCN channels: a contributor to coordinated forelimb movements in rodents? J Physiol. 595(3):633-634.

37. Petersen AV, Cotel F, Perrier JF (2017). Plasticity of the axon initial segment:  Fast and slow processes with multiple functional roles. The Neuroscientist, Volume: 23 issue: 4, page(s): 364-373.

36. Rasmussen R, Carlsen EM. (2016). Spontaneous Functional Recovery from Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury. J Neurosci. 17;36(33):8535-7.

35. Perrier JF (2016). Modulation of motoneuron activity by serotonin. Dan Med J 2016:63(2);B5204

34. Benned-Jensen T, Christensen RK, Denti F, Perrier JF, Rasmussen H, and Olesen SP (2016). 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. Journal of Neurosciences, 2631-15.

33. Petersen AV, Johansen EØ and Perrier J-F (2015) Fast and reliable identification of axons, axon initial segments and dendrites with local field potential recording. Front. Cell. Neurosci. 9:429

32. Korshunova Irina, Gjørlund MD, Owczarek S, Petersen AV, Perrier JF, Gøtzsche CR, Berezin V (2015). A neuroligin-1 derived peptide stimulates phosphorylation of the NMDA receptor subunit NR1 and rescues an MK-801 - induced decrease in LTP and memory impairment. Pharmacology Research & Perspectives, 3 (2) 1-12.

31. Perrier JF, Cotel F (2015). Serotonergic modulation of spinal motor control. Current Opinion of Neurobiology, 33: 1-7.

30. Carlsen EM, Perrier JF (2014). Purines released from astrocytes inhibit excitatory synaptic transmission in the ventral horn of the spinal cord. Front. Neural Circuits 8:60.

29. Christensen RK, Petersen AV, Schmitt N, Perrier JF (2014). Fast detection of extrasynaptic GABA with a whole-cell sniffer. Front. Cell. Neurosci. 8, 133.

28. Perrier JF (2013) Encadrement de l’excitabilité des motoneurones par la sérotonine. Médecine Sciences 29-6: 564-566.

27. Cotel F, Exley R, Cragg SJ, Perrier JF (2013) Serotonin spillover onto the axon initial segment of motoneurons induces central fatigue by inhibiting action potential initiation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 110:4774-4779.

26. Perrier JF, Rasmussen HB, Christensen RK, Petersen AV (2013) Modulation of the intrinsic properties of motoneurons by serotonin. Current pharmaceutical design 19: 4371-4384.

25. Christensen RK, Petersen AV, Perrier JF (2013) How do glial cells contribute to motor control? Current pharmaceutical design 19: 4385-4399.

24. Munch AS, Smith M, Moldovan M, Perrier JF (2010) Visual patch clamp recording of neurons in thick portions of the adult spinal cord. J Neurosci Methods 190:205-213.

23. Perrier JF, Cotel F (2008) Serotonin differentially modulates the intrinsic properties of spinal motoneurons from the adult turtle. J Physiol 586:1233-1238.

22. Smith M, Perrier JF (2006) Intrinsic properties shape the firing pattern of ventral horn interneurons from the spinal cord of the adult turtle. J Neurophysiol 96:2670-2677.

21. Perrier JF, Tresch MC (2005) Recruitment of motor neuronal persistent inward currents shapes withdrawal reflexes in the frog. J Physiol 562:507-520.

20. Perrier JF, Delgado-Lezama R (2005) Synaptic release of serotonin induced by stimulation of the raphe nucleus promotes plateau potentials in spinal motoneurons of the adult turtle. J Neurosci 25:7993-7999.

19. Grunnet M, Jespersen T, Perrier JF (2004) 5-HT1A receptors modulate small-conductance Ca2+-activated K+ channels. J Neurosci Res 78:845-854.

18. Simon M, Perrier JF, Hounsgaard J (2003) Subcellular distribution of L-type Ca2+ channels responsible for plateau potentials in motoneurons from the lumbar spinal cord of the turtle. Eur J Neurosci 18:258-266.

17. Perrier JF, Hounsgaard J (2003) 5-HT2 receptors promote plateau potentials in turtle spinal motoneurons by facilitating an L-type calcium current. J Neurophysiol 89:954-959.

16. Perrier JF, Alaburda A, Hounsgaard J (2003) 5-HT1A receptors increase excitability of spinal motoneurons by inhibiting a TASK-1-like K+ current in the adult turtle. J Physiol 548:485-492.

15. Perrier JF, Alaburda A, Hounsgaard J (2002) Spinal plasticity mediated by postsynaptic L-type Ca2+ channels. Brain Res Brain Res Rev 40:223-229.

14. Alaburda A, Perrier JF, Hounsgaard J (2002) Mechanisms causing plateau potentials in spinal motoneurones. Adv Exp Med Biol 508:219-226.

13. Alaburda A, Perrier JF, Hounsgaard J (2002) An M-like outward current regulates the excitability of spinal motoneurones in the adult turtle. J Physiol 540:875-881.

12. Perrier JF, Noraberg J, Simon M, Hounsgaard J (2000) Dedifferentiation of intrinsic response properties of motoneurons in organotypic cultures of the spinal cord of the adult turtle. Eur J Neurosci 12:2397-2404.

11. Perrier JF, Mejia-Gervacio S, Hounsgaard J (2000) Facilitation of plateau potentials in turtle motoneurones by a pathway dependent on calcium and calmodulin. J Physiol 528 Pt 1:107-113.

10. Perrier JF, Hounsgaard J (2000) Development and regulation of response properties in spinal cord motoneurons. Brain Res Bull 53:529-535.

9. Perrier JF, D'Incamps BL, Kouchtir-Devanne N, Jami L, Zytnicki D (2000) Cooperation of muscle and cutaneous afferents in the feedback of contraction to peroneal motoneurons. J Neurophysiol 83:3201-3208.

8. Perrier JF, D'Incamps BL, Kouchtir-Devanne N, Jami L, Zytnicki D (2000) Effects on peroneal motoneurons of cutaneous afferents activated by mechanical or electrical stimulations. J Neurophysiol 83:3209-3216.

7. Perrier JF, Hounsgaard J (1999) Ca(2+)-activated nonselective cationic current (I(CAN)) in turtle motoneurons. J Neurophysiol 82:730-735.

6. Delgado-Lezama R, Perrier JF, Hounsgaard J (1999) Local facilitation of plateau potentials in dendrites of turtle motoneurones by synaptic activation of metabotropic receptors. J Physiol 515 ( Pt 1):203-207.

5. Delgado-Lezama R, Perrier JF, Hounsgaard J (1999) Oscillatory interaction between dorsal root excitability and dorsal root potentials in the spinal cord of the turtle. Neuroscience 93:731-739.

4. Kouchtir N, Destombes J, Perrier JF, Horcholle-Bossavit G, Jami L (1997) Short-latency synaptic patterns among cat peroneal motoneurons. Brain Res 774:159-166.

3. Delgado-Lezama R, Perrier JF, Nedergaard S, Svirskis G, Hounsgaard J (1997) Metabotropic synaptic regulation of intrinsic response properties of turtle spinal motoneurones. J Physiol 504 ( Pt 1):97-102.

2. Zytnicki D, Lafleur J, Kouchtir N, Perrier JF (1995) Heterogeneity of contraction-induced effects in neurons of the cat dorsal spinocerebellar tract. J Physiol 487 ( Pt 3):761-772.

1. Kouchtir N, Perrier JF, Zytnicki D, Jami L (1995) Contraction-induced excitation in cat peroneal motoneurons. J Neurophysiol 73:974-982.