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2016

  • Abrieux A., Mhamdi A., Rabhi K.K., Egon J., Debernard S., Duportets L., Tricoire-Leignel H., Anton S. and Gadenne C. An insecticide further enhances experience-dependent increased behavioural responses to sex pheromone in a pest insect. PLoS ONE 11 (11): e0167469. doi:10.1371/journal. pone.0167469.
  • Anton S., Chabaud M.A., Schmidt-Büsser D., Gadenne B., Iqbal J., Juchaux M., List O., Gaertner C., and Devaud J.M.Brief sensory experience differentially affects the volume of olfactory brain centres in a moth. Cell Tissue Res. 364, 59-65.
  • Crespin L., Legros C., List O., Tricoire-Leignel H. and Mattei C. Injection of insect membrane in Xenopus oocyte: an original method for the pharmacological characterization of neonicotinoid insecticides. J. Pharmacol. Toxicol. Meth. 77 (C), 10-16.
  • Gadenne C., Barrozo R.B. and Anton S.Plasticity in insect olfaction: to smell or not to smell. Annu. Rev. Entomol. 61, 317-333.
  • Rabhi K.K., Deisig N., Demondion E., Le Corre J., Robert G., Tricoire-Leignel H., Lucas P., Gadenne C. and Anton S. Low doses of a neonicotinoid insecticide modify pheromone response thresholds of central but not peripheral olfactory neurons in a pest insect. Proc. R. Soc. B. 283: 20152987.

2015

  • Abd-Ella A., Stankiewicz M., Mikulska K., Nowak W., Pennetier C., Goulu M., Fruchart-Gaillard C., Licznar P., Apaire-Marchais V., List O., Corbel V., Servent D., Lapied B. The Repellent DEET Potentiates Carbamate Effects via Insect Muscarinic Receptor Interactions: An Alternative Strategy to Control Insect Vector-Borne Diseases. PLoS One 10(5): e0126406.
  • Bourdin CM, Lebreton J, Mathé-Allainmat M, Thany SH. Pharmacological profile of zacopride and new quaternarized fluorobenzamide analogues on mammalian α7 nicotinic acetylcholine receptor. Bioorg. Med. Chem. Lett. 25, 3184-3188.
  • Bozzolan F., Duportets L., Limousin D., Wycke M.A., Demondion E., François A., Abrieux A. and Debernard S. Synaptotagmin I, a molecular target for steroid hormone signaling controlling the maturation of sexual behavior in an insect. Febs J. 282, 1432-1444.
  • Lavialle-Defaix, C., Jacob, V., Monsempes, C., Anton, S., Rospars, J.-P., Martinez, D. and Lucas, P. Firing and intrinsic properties of antennal lobe neurons in the Noctuid moth Agrotis ipsilon. BioSystems 136, 46-58.
  • Renou, M., Party, V., Rouyar, A. and Anton, S. Olfactory signal coding in an odor background. BioSystems 136, 35-45.
  • Rouyar A., Deisig N., Dupuy F., Limousin D., Wycke M.A., Renou M. and Anton S. Unexpected plant odor responses in a moth pheromone system. Front. Physiol. 6:148.
  • Selvam B., Graton J., Laurent A.D, Alamiddine Z., Mathé-Allain M., Lebreton J., Coqueret O., Olivier C., Thany S.H., Le Questel J.-Y. Imidacloprid and thiacloprid neonicotinoids bind more favourably to cockroach than to honeybee alpha6 nicotinic acetylcholine receptor: insights from computational studies. J. Mol. Model. 55, 1-12.
  • Thany S, Bourdin C, Graton J, Laurent A, Mathé-Allainmat M, Lebreton J, Questel J-Y. Similar Comparative Low and High Doses of Deltamethrin and Acetamiprid Differently Impair the Retrieval of the Proboscis Extension Reflex in the Forager Honey Bee (Apis mellifera). Insects 6, 805-814.
  • Thany S.H., Tong F. and Bloomquist J.R. Pre-treatment of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes with sublethal dose of imidacloprid impairs behavioral avoidance induced by lemon oil and DEET. Med. Vet. Entomol. 29, 99-103.

2014

  • Abrieux A., Duportets L., Debernard S., Gadenne C. and Anton S. The GPCR membrane receptor, DopEcR, mediates the actions of both dopamine and ecdysone to control sex pheromone perception in an insect. Front. Behav. Neurosci. 8:312. doi: 10.3389/fnbeh.2014.00312. 
  • Anderson P. and Anton S. Experience-based modulation of behavioural responses to plant volatiles and other sensory cues in insect herbivores. Plant Cell Environ. 37, 1826-1835.
  • Chaffiol A., Dupuy F., Barrozo R.B., Kropf J., Renou M., Rospars J.P. and Anton S. Pheromone modulates plant odour responses in the antennal lobe of a moth. Chem. Senses 39, 451-463.
  • Deisig N., Dupuy F., Anton S. and Renou M. Responses to Pheromones in a Complex Odor World: Sensory Processing and Behavior. Insects 5(2):399-422.
  • Licznar P., List O., Goven D., Ndong Nna R., Lapied B. and Apaire-Marchais V. A novel method using Autographa californica multiple nucleopolyhedrovirus for increasing the sensitivity of insecticide through calcium influx in insect cell line. J. Virol. Methods 195, 72-75.
  • List O., Calas-List D., Taillebois E., Juchaux M., Heuland E. and Thany S.H. Inhibition of PaCaMKII-E isoform in the dorsal unpaired median neurosecretory cells of cockroach reduces nicotinic- and clothianidin-induced currents. J. Neurochem. 130, 507-513.
  • Rabhi K.K., Esancy K., Voisin A., Crespin L.,  Le Corre J., Tricoire-Leignel H., Anton S., and Gadenne C. Unexpected effects of low doses of a neonicotinoid insecticide on behavioral responses to sex pheromone in a pest insect. PLoS ONE 9(12): e114411. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0114411.
  • Rospars J.P., Grémiaux, A., Jarriault D., Chaffiol A., Monsempes C., Deisig N., Anton S., Lucas P. and Martinez M. Heterogeneity and convergence of olfactory first-order neurons account for  the high speed and sensivity of second-order neurons. PloS Comp. Biol. 10(12), e1003975.
  • Taillebois E., Beloula A., Quinchard S., Jaubert-Possamai S., Daguin A., Servent D., Tagu D., Thany S.H. and Tricoire-Leignel H. Neonicotinoid binding, toxicity and expression of nicotinic acetylcholine receptor subunits in the aphid Acyrthosiphon pisum. PLoS ONE 9(5), e96669.
  • Taillebois E., Langlois P., Cunha T., Seraphin D. and Thany S.H. Synthesis and biological activity of fluorescent neonicotinoid insecticide thiamethoxam. Bioorg. Med. Chem. Lett. 24, 3552-3555.
  • Thany S.H., Tong F. and Bloomquist J.R. Pre-treatment of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes with sublethal dose of imidacloprid impairs behavioral avoidance induced by lemon oil and DEET. Med. Vet. Entomol., sous presse.

2013

  • Abrieux A., Debernard S., Maria A., Gaertner C., Anton S., Gadenne C. and Duportets L. Involvement of the G-protein-coupled dopamine/ecdysteroid receptor DopEcR in the behavioral response to sex pheromone in an insect. PLoS ONE 8(9), e72785.
  • Bourdin C.M., Moignot B., Wang L., Murillo L., Juchaux M., Quinchard S., Lapied B., Guérineau N.C., Dong K. and Legros C. Intron retention in mRNA encoding ancillary subunit of insect voltage-gated sodium channel modulates channel expression, gating regulation and drug sensitivity. PLoS ONE 8(8), e67290.
  • Calas-List D., List O., Quinchard S. and Thany S.T. Calcium pathways such as cAMP modulate clothianidin action through activation of α-bungarotoxin-sensitive and -insensitive nicotinic acetylcholine receptors. NeuroToxicology 37, 127-133.
  • Cens T., Rousset M., Collet C., Raymond V., Démares, F., Quintavalle A., Bellis M., Le Conte Y., Chahine M. and Charnet P. Characterization of the first honeybee Ca(2+) channel subunit reveals two novel species- and splicing-specific modes of regulation of channel inactivation. Pflugers Arch. - Eur. J. Physiol. 465, 985-996.
  • Ceron-Carrasco J., Jacquemin D., Graton J., Thany S.H. and Le Questel J-Y. New insights on the molecular recognition of imidacloprid with Aplysia californica AChBP: a computational study. J. Physical Chem. B 117, 3944-3953.
  • Chatel A., Murillo L., Bourdin C.M., Quinchard S., Picard D. and Legros C. Characterization of tyramine-hydroxylase, an enzyme upregulated by stress in Periplaneta americana. J. Mol. Endocrinol. 50, 91-102.
  • Démares F., Raymond V. and Armengaud C. Expression and localization of glutamate-gated chloride channel variants in honeybee brain (Apis mellifera). Insect Biochem. Mol. Biol. 43, 115-124.
  • Duportets L, Maria A., Vitecek S., Gadenne C. and Debernard S. Steroid hormone signaling is involved in the age-dependent behavioral response to sex pheromone in the adult male moth Agrotis ipsilon. Gen. Comp. Endocrinol. 186, 58-66.
  • Martinez M., Chaffio A., Voges N., Gu Y., Anton S., Rospars J.P. and Lucas P. Multiphasic On/Off pheromone signalling in moths as neural correlates of a search strategy. PLoS One 8(4) e61220.
  • Mathé-Allainmat, M., Swale, D., Leray, X., Benzidane, Y., Lebreton, J., Bloomquist, J.R. & Thany, S.H. Quinuclidine compounds differently act as agonists of Kenyon cell nicotinic acetylcholine receptors and induced distinct effect on insect ganglionic depolarizations. Invertebr. Neurosci. 13, 167-177.
  • Nowotny, T., Rospars, J.-P., Martinez, D., Elbanna, S. & Anton, S. Machine Learning for Automatic Prediction of the Quality of Electrophysiological Recordings. PLoS ONE 8(12), e80838.
  • Popescu A., Couton L., Almaas J., Rospars J.P., Wright G.A., Marion-Poll F. and Anton S. Function and central projections of gustatory receptor neurons on the antenna of the noctuid moth Spodoptera littoralis. J. Comp. Physiol. A. 199, 403-416.
  • Rates B., Prates M.V., Verano-Braga T., da Rocha A.P., Roepstorff P., Borges C.L., Lapied B., Murillo L., Pimenta A.M.C., Biondi I. and De Lima M.E.   mu-Theraphotoxin-An1a: Primary structure determination and assessment of the pharmacological activity of a promiscuous anti-insect toxin from the venom of the tarantula Acanthoscurria natalensis (Mygalomorphae, Theraphosidae). Toxicon, 70, 123-134.
  • Taillebois E., Heuland E., Bourdin C.M., Griveau A., Quinchard S., Tricoire-Leignel H., Legros C., Thany S.H. Ca2+/Calmodulin-dependent protein kinase II in the cockroach Periplaneta americana: identification of five isoforms and their tissues distribution. Arch. Insect Biochem. Physiol., 83, 138-150.
  • Thany S.H., Reynier P., Lenaers G. Neurotoxicity of pesticides: its relationship with neurodegenerative diseases. Médecine/Sciences (French) 29, 273-278.
  • Vitecek S., Maria A., Blais C., Duportets L., Gaertner C., Dufour M.C., Siaussat D., Debernard S., Gadenne C. Is the rapid post-mating inhibition of pheromone response triggered by ecdysteroids or other factors from the sex accessory glands in the male moth Agrotis ipsilon? Horm. Behav., 63, 700-708.
  • Yassine B., Leray X., Quinchard S., Ceron-Carrasco J., Jacquemin D., Graton J., Le Questel J-Y., Thany S.H. Pretreatment of the cockroach cercal afferent/giant interneuron synapses with nicotinoids and neonicotinoids differently affects acetylcholine and nicotine-induced ganglionic depolarizations. Invert. Neurosci. 13, 91-97.

 

2012

  • Anton S and Renou M. A first glance on the molecular mechanisms of pheromone-plant interactions in moth antennae. Front. Cell. Neurosci. 6, 46.
  • Bodereau-Dubois B., List O., Calas-List D., Marques O., Communal P.Y., Thany S.H. and Lapied B. Transmembrane potential polarization, calcium influx and receptor conformational state modulate the sensitivity of the imidaclopridinsensitive neuronal insect nAChR to the neonicotinoid insecticides. J. Pharm. Exp. Ther., 341, 326-339.
  • Calas-List D., List O., Thany S.H. Nornicotine application on cockroach dorsal unpaired median neurons induces two distinct ionic currents: implications of different nicotinic acetylcholine receptors. Neurosci. Letters, 518, 64-68.
  • Chaffiol A., Kropf J., Barrozo R.B., Gadenne C., Rospars J.P. and Anton S. Plant odour stimuli reshape pheromonal representation in neurons of the antennal lobe macroglomerular complex of a male moth. J. Exp. Biol., 215, 1670-1680.
  • Deisig N., Kropf J., Vitecek S., Pevergne D., Rouyar A., Sandoz J.C., Lucas P., Gadenne C., Anton S. and Barrozo R. Differential interactions of sex pheromone and plant odour in the olfactory pathway of a male moth. Plos One, 7(3) e33159.
  • Duportets L., Bozzolan F., Abrieux A., Maria A., Gadenne C. and Debernard S. The transcription factor Krüppel homolog 1 is linked to the juvenile hormone-dependent maturation of sexual behavior in the male moth, Agrotis ipsilon. Gen. Comp. Endocrinol., 176, 158-166.
  • Guerrieri F., Gemeno C., Monsempes C., Anton S., Jacquin-Joly E., Lucas P., and Devaud J.M. Experience-dependent modulation of antennal sensitivity and input to antennal lobes in male moths (Spodoptera littoralis) pre-exposed to sex pheromone. J. Exp. Biol., 215, 2334-2341.
  • Mathe-Allainmat M., Bodereau-Dubois B., Lapied B., Lebreton J. and Thany S.H. A fluorinated quinuclidine benzamide named LMA 10203 acts as an agonist of insect nicotinic acetylcholine receptors. Insect Biochem. Mol. Biol. 42, 417-425.
  • Minoli S., Kauer I., Colson V., Party V., Renou M., Anderson P., Gadenne C., Marion-Poll F., and Anton S. Brief exposure to sensory cues elicits stimulus-nonspecific general sensitization in an insect. PloS One, 7(3) e34141.
  • Tricoire-Leignel H., Thany S.H., Gadenne C. and Anton S. Pest insect olfaction in an insecticide-contaminated environment : info-disruption or hormesis effect. Front. Invert. Physiol., 3, 1-6.

2011

  • Benzidane Y., Lapied, B. & Thany S.H. Neonicotinoid insecticides imidacloprid and clothianidin affect differently neural Kenyon cell death in the cockroach Periplaneta americana. Pestic. Biochem. Phys., 101, 191-197.
  • Lavialle-Defaix C., Apaire-Marchais V., Legros C., Pennetier C., Mohamed A., Licznar P., Corbel V. & Lapied B. Anopheles gambiae mosquito isolated neurons: A new biological model for optimizing insecticide/repellent efficacy. J. Neurosci. Meth., 200, 68-73.
  • Le Questel J.-Y., Graton J., Cerón-Carrasco J.P., Jacquemin D., Planchat A. & Thany S.H. New insights on the molecular features and electrophysiological properties of dinotefuran, imidacloprid and acetamiprid neonicotinoid insecticides. Bioorg. Med. Chem., 19, 7623-7634.
  • Morère-Le Paven M.-C., Viau L., Hamon A., Vandecasteele C., Pellizzaro A., Bourdin C., Laffont C., Lapied B., Lepetit M., Frugier F., Legros C. & Limami A.M. Characterization of a dual-affinity nitrate transporter MtNRT1.3 in the model legume Medicago truncatula. J. Exp. Bot., 62, 5595-5605.
  • Murillo L., Hamon A., Es-Salah-Lamoureux Z., Itier V., Quinchard S. & Lapied B. Inhibition of protein kinase C decreases sensitivity of GABA receptor subtype to fipronil insecticide in insect neurosecretory cells. Neurotoxicology, 32, 828-835.
  • Thany S.H. Thiamethoxam, a poor agonist of nicotinic acetylcholine receptors expressed on isolated cell bodies, acts as a full agonist at cockroach cercal afferent/giant interneuron synapses. Neuropharmacology, 60, 587-592.
  • Thany S.H. and Tricoire-Leignel H. Emerging Pharmacological Properties of Cholinergic Synaptic Transmission: Comparison between Mammalian and Insect Synaptic and Extrasynaptic Nicotinic Receptors. Current Neuropharmacol. 9, 706-714.

2010

  • Benzidane Y., Touinsi S., Motte E., Jadas-Hécart A., Communal P.Y., Leduc L. & Thany S.H. Toxicity of thiamethoxam on cockroach locomotor activity associated to its metabolite clothianidin. Pest. Manag. Sci., 66, 1351-1359.
  • Lavialle-Defaix C., Moignot B., Legros C. & Lapied B. How does calcium-dependent intracellular regulation of voltage-dependent sodium current increase the sensitivity to the oxadiazine insecticide indoxacarb metabolite, DCJW, in insect pacemaker neurons ? J. Pharmacol. Exp. Ther., 333, 264-272.
  • Mattei C., Marquais M., Schlumberger S., Molgo J., Vernoux J.P., Lewis R.J., Benoit E. Analysis of Caribbean ciguatoxin-1 effects on frog myelinated axons and the neuromuscular junction. Toxicon 56: 759-767.
  • Nguyen-Huu T.D., Mattei C., Wen P.J., Bourdelais A.J., Lewis R.J., Benoit E., Baden D.G., Molgo J., Meunier F.A. Ciguatoxin-induced catecholamine secretion in bovine chromaffin cells: mechanism of action and reversible inhibition by brevenal. Toxicon 56: 792-796.
  • Schlumberger S., Mattei C., Molgo J., Benoit E. Dual action of a dinoflagellate-derived precursor of Pacific ciguatoxins (P-CTX-4B) on voltage-dependent K(+) and Na(+) channels of single myelinated axons. Toxicon 56: 768-775.

 

2009

  • Abbas N., Legros C., Ceard B., Belghazi M., Hamon A., Bougis P.E., & Martin-Eauclaire M.F. Full characterization of three toxins from the Androctonus amoreuxi scorpion venom. Toxicon, 54, 460-470.Thany S.H. Agonist actions of clothianidin on synaptic and extrasynaptic nicotinic acetylcholine receptors expressed on cockroach sixth abdominal ganglion. NeuroToxicology, 30, 1045-1052.
  • Bonnet J., Pennetier C., Duchon S., Lapied B. & Corbel V. Multi-function oxidases are responsible for the synergistic interactions occurring between repellents and insecticides in mosquitoes. Parasite Vector, 6, 2:17. 
  •  Corbel V., Stankiewicz M., Pennetier C., Fournier D., Stojan J., Girard E., Dimitrov M., Molgó J., Hougard J.M. & Lapied B. Evidence for inhibition of cholinesterases in insect and mammalian nervous systems by the insect repellent deet. BMC Biology, 5, 7:47.
  • Lapied B., Pennetier C., Apaire-Marchais V., Licznar P., & Corbel V. Innovative applications for insect viruses: towards insecticide sensitization. Trends Biotechnol., 27, 190-198.
  • Legros C., Guette C., Martin-Eauclaire M.F., Goyffon M., & Tortajada J. Affinity capture using chimeric membrane proteins bound to magnetic beads for rapid ligand screening by matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry. Rapid Commun. Mass Sp., 23, 745-755.
  • Meunier F.A., Mattei C., Molgo J. Marine toxins potently affecting neurotransmitter release. Prog. Mol. SubCell. Biol. 46: 159-186.
  • Moignot B., Lemaire C., Quinchard S., Lapied B., & Legros C. The discovery of a novel sodium channel in the cockroach Periplaneta americana: evidence for an early duplication of the para-like gene. Insect Biochem. Mol. Biol., 11, 814-823.
  • Pennetier C., Costantini C., Corbel V., Licciardi S., Dabiré R.K., Lapied B., Chandre F. & Hougard J.M. Synergy between repellents and organophosphates on bed nets: efficacy and behavioural response of natural free-flying An. gambiae mosquitoes. PLoS One, 19, 4-11.
  • Thany S.H. Agonist actions of clothianidin on synaptic and extrasynaptic nicotinic acetylcholine receptors expressed on cockroach sixth abdominal ganglion. NeuroToxicology, 30, 1045-1052.

 

2008

  • Es-Salah Z., Lapied B., Le Goff G., & Hamon A. RNA editing regulates insect gamma-aminobutyric acid receptor function and insecticide sensitivity. NeuroReport, 19, 939-943.
  • Gautier H, Auger J., Legros C., & Lapied B. Calcium-Activated Potassium Channels in Insect Pacemaker Neurons as Unexpected Target Site for the Novel Fumigant Dimethyl Disulfide. J. Pharmacol. Exp. Ther., 20, 917-29.
  • Mattei C, Wen P.J., Nguyen-Huu T.D., Alvarez M., Benoit E., Bourdelais A.J., Lewis R.J., Baden D.G., Molgo J., Meunier F.A. Brevenal inhibits Pacific ciguatoxin-1B-induced neurosecretion from bovine chromaffin cells. PloS ONE 3(10): e3448.
  • Pennetier C., Costantini C., Corbel V., Licciardi S., Dabiré R.K., Lapied B., Chandre F. & Hougard J.M. Mixture for controlling insecticide-resistant malaria vectors. Emerg. Infect. Dis., 14, 1707-14.
  • Thany S.H., Courjaret R., & Lapied B. Effect of calcium on nicotine-induced current expressed by an atypical alpha-bungarotoxin-insensitive nAChR2. Neurosci. Lett., 438, 317-321.