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 Functional Architecture of Memory



Lux V., Masseck OA., Herlitze S. and Sauvage MM. (2017) “Optogenetic Destabilization of the Memory Trace in CA1: Insights into Reconsolidation and Retrieval Processes”, Cerebral cortex. doi: 10.1093/cercor/bhv282 (Recommended by the “faculty of 1000) [Link]

Atucha E, Karew A, Kitsukawa T, Sauvage MM (2017) Recognition memory: Cellular evidence of a massive contribution of the LEC to familiarity and a lack of involvement of the hippocampal subfields CA1 and CA3. Hippocampus. doi: 10.1002/hipo.22754 [Link]

Ku S.*, Nakamura N.*, Maingret N., Manhke L., Yoshida M. and Sauvage M. "Regional specific evidence for memory-load dependent activity in the dorsal subiculum and the lateral entorhinal cortex", Frontiers, doi: 10.3389/fnsys.2017.00051

Behroozi M, Chwiesko C, Ströckens F, Sauvage M, Helluy X, Peterburs J, Güntürkün O (2017) “In vivo measurement of T1 and T2 relaxation times in awake pigeon and rat brains at 7T”. Magn Reson Med. doi: 10.1002/mrm.26722 [Link]

Giovannini F, Knauer B, Yoshida M, Buhry L (2017) The CAN-In network: A biologically-inspired model for self-sustained theta oscillations and memory maintenance in the hippocampus. Hippocampus:doi: 10.1002/hipo.22704.


Lux V, Atucha E, Kitsukawa T, Sauvage MM (2016) Imaging a memory trace over half a life-time in the medial temporal lobe reveals a time-limited role of CA3 neurons in retrieval. Elife 5(FEBRUARY2016):e11862.[Link]

Nakamura NH, Sauvage MM (2016) Encoding and reactivation patterns predictive of successful memory performance are topographically organized along the longitudinal axis of the hippocampus. Hippocampus 26(1):67-75.[Link]


Kabanova A, Pabst M, Lorkowski M, Braganza O, Boehlen A, Nikbakht N, Pothmann L, Vaswani AR, Musgrove R, Di Monte DA, Sauvage M, Beck H, Blaess S (2015) Function and developmental origin of a mesocortical inhibitory circuit. Nat Neurosci 18(6):872-882.[Link]

Valero-Aracama MJ, Sauvage MM, Yoshida M (2015) Environmental enrichment modulates intrinsic cellular excitability of hippocampal CA1 pyramidal cells in a housing duration and anatomical location-dependent manner. Behav Brain Res 292:209-218.[Link]


Beer Z, Chwiesko C, Sauvage MM (2014) Processing of spatial and non-spatial information reveals functional homogeneity along the dorso-ventral axis of CA3, but not CA1. Neurobiol Learn Mem 111:56-64.[Link]

Herold C, Bingman VP, Strockens F, Letzner S, Sauvage M, Palomero-Gallagher N, Zilles K, Güntürkün O (2014) Distribution of neurotransmitter receptors and zinc in the pigeon (Columba livia) hippocampal formation: A basis for further comparison with the mammalian hippocampus. J Comp Neurol 522(11):2553-2575.[Link]

Wiemers US, Sauvage MM, Wolf OT (2014) Odors as effective retrieval cues for stressful episodes. Neurobiol Learn Mem 112:230-236.[Link]


Beer Z, Chwiesko C, Kitsukawa T, Sauvage MM (2013) Spatial and stimulus-type tuning in the LEC, MEC, POR, PrC, CA1, and CA3 during spontaneous item recognition memory. Hippocampus 23(12):1425-1438.[Link]

Nakamura NH, Flasbeck V, Maingret N, Kitsukawa T, Sauvage MM (2013) Proximodistal segregation of nonspatial information in CA3: preferential recruitment of a proximal CA3-distal CA1 network in nonspatial recognition memory. J Neurosci 33(28):11506-11514.[Link]

Sauvage MM, Nakamura NH, Beer Z (2013) Mapping memory function in the medial temporal lobe with the immediate-early gene Arc. Behav Brain Res 254:22-33.[Link]

Wiemers US, Sauvage MM, Schoofs D, Hamacher-Dang TC, Wolf OT (2013) What we remember from a stressful episode. Psychoneuroendocrinology 38(10):2268-2277.[Link]


Eichenbaum H, Sauvage M, Fortin N, Komorowski R, Lipton P (2012) Towards a functional organization of episodic memory in the medial temporal lobe. Neurosci Biobehav Rev 36(7):1597-1608.[Link]

Eichenbaum H, Sauvage M, Fortin N, Robitsek J, Komorowski R (2012) A Comparative Analysis of Episodic Memory: Cognitive Mechanisms and Neural Substrates. In: The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Cognition.

Place R, Lykken C, Beer Z, Suh J, McHugh TJ, Tonegawa S, Eichenbaum H, Sauvage MM (2012) NMDA signaling in CA1 mediates selectively the spatial component of episodic memory. Learn Mem 19(4):164-169.[Link]

Sauvage M (2012) Neural substrates of recollection and familiarity: Further bridging human and animal recognition memory using translational paradigms In: Psychology of Memory, pp 155-182.


Eichenbaum H, Fortin N, Sauvage M, Robitsek RJ, Farovik A (2010) An animal model of amnesia that uses Receiver Operating Characteristics (ROC) analysis to distinguish recollection from familiarity deficits in recognition memory. Neuropsychologia 48(8):2281-2289.[Link]

Sauvage MM (2010) ROC in animals: uncovering the neural substrates of recollection and familiarity in episodic recognition memory. Conscious Cogn 19(3):816-828.[Link]

Sauvage MM, Beer Z, Eichenbaum H (2010) Recognition memory: adding a response deadline eliminates recollection but spares familiarity. Learn Mem 17(2):104-108.[Link]

Sauvage MM, Beer Z, Ekovich M, Ho L, Eichenbaum H (2010) The caudal medial entorhinal cortex: a selective role in recollection-based recognition memory. J Neurosci 30(46):15695-15699.[Link]


DeVito LM, Konigsberg R, Lykken C, Sauvage M, Young WS, 3rd, Eichenbaum H (2009) Vasopressin 1b receptor knock-out impairs memory for temporal order. J Neurosci 29(9):2676-2683.[Link]


Eichenbaum H, Sauvage MM, Fortin NJ, Yonelinas AP (2008) ROCs in rats? Response to Wixted and Squire. Learn Mem 15(9):691-693.[Link]

Sauvage MM, Fortin NJ, Owens CB, Yonelinas AP, Eichenbaum H (2008) Recognition memory: opposite effects of hippocampal damage on recollection and familiarity. Nat Neurosci 11(1):16-18. (highlighted in Nature Perspectives) [Link]


Sauvage M, Steckler T (2001) Detection of corticotropin-releasing hormone receptor 1 immunoreactivity in cholinergic, dopaminergic and noradrenergic neurons of the murine basal forebrain and brainstem nuclei--potential implication for arousal and attention. Neuroscience 104(3):643-652.[Link]

Steckler T, Rammes G, Sauvage M, van Gaalen MM, Weis C, Zieglgansberger W, Holsboer F (2001) Effects of the monoamine oxidase A inhibitor moclobemide on hippocampal plasticity in GR-impaired transgenic mice. J Psychiatr Res 35(1):29-42.[Link]


Sauvage M, Brabet P, Holsboer F, Bockaert J, Steckler T (2000) Mild deficits in mice lacking pituitary adenylate cyclase-activating polypeptide receptor type 1 (PAC1) performing on memory tasks. Brain Res Mol Brain Res 84(1-2):79-89.[Link]


Arns M, Sauvage M, Steckler T (1999) Excitotoxic hippocampal lesions disrupt allocentric spatial learning in mice: effects of strain and task demands. Behav Brain Res 106(1-2):151-164.[Link]

Steckler T, Weis C, Sauvage M, Mederer A, Holsboer F (1999) Disrupted allocentric but preserved egocentric spatial learning in transgenic mice with impaired glucocorticoid receptor function. Behav Brain Res 100(1-2):77-89.[Link]


Doutrelant-Viltart O, Sauvage M, Sequeira H (1997) Expression of c-fos in bulbar nuclei involved in cardiovascular control following the electrical stimulation of sensorimotor cortex in the rat. Neurosci Lett 227(2):71-74.[Link]

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