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Nakamura N. and Sauvage M.M. ”Encoding and reactivation patterns predictive of successful memory performance are topographically organized along the longitudinal axis of the hippocampus”, submitted

Kabanova A, Pabst M, Lorkowski M, Braganza O, Nikbakht N, Musgrove R, Di Monte D.A, Sauvage M, Beck H and Blaess S. “Function and developmental origin of a mesocortical inhibitory circuit”, Nature Neuroscience, in revision .

Wiemers U, Sauvage M, Wolf O. (2014) “Odors as effective retrieval cues for stressful episodes”, Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 112:230-6.

Beer Z, Chwiesko C, Sauvage M. (2014) “Processing of spatial and object information reveals functional homogeneity along the dorsoventral axis of CA3, but not CA1”, Neurobiology of Learning and Memory , 111:56-64.

Herold C.,Bingman V.r, Ströckens 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. of comparative Neurology . 522(11):2553-75.

Wiemers U., Sauvage M, Schoofs D., Hamacher-Dang T., Wolf O.T. (2013) “What do we remember from a stressful episode”, Psychoneuroendocrinology , l38(10):2268-77.

Beer Z, Chwiesko C, Kitsukawa T, and Sauvage M (2013)"Spatial and stimulus-type tunings in the LEC, MEC, POR, PrC, CA1 and CA3 during spontaneous item recognition memory”, Hippocampus , 23(12):1425-38.

Nakamura N, Flasbeck V, Maingret N, Kitsukawa T, Sauvage M (2013) “Proximodistal segregation of non-spatial information in CA3: preferential involvement of a proximal CA3-distal CA1 network in non-spatial recognition memory?”, Journal of Neuroscience , 33(28):11506-14.

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

Place R, Lykken C, Beer Z, Suh J, McHugh T, Tonegawa S, Eichenbaum H and Sauvage M (2012) “NMDA signaling in CA1 mediates selectively the spatial component of episodic memory”, Learning and Memory, 14;19(4):164-9.

Sauvage M (2012) "Neural substrates of recollection and familiarity: further bridging human and animal recognition memory using translational paradigms". Nova Edition, 'Psychology of Memory', Book chapter ,

Eichenbaum H, Sauvage M, Fortin N, Robitsek RJ, Komorovski R (2011) "A comparative analysis of episodic memory". Zentall press, Book chapter.

Eichenbaum H, Sauvage M, Fortin N, Komorowski R, Lipton P (2011) "Towards a functional organization of episodic memory in the medial temporal lobe". Neuroscience Biobehavioral Review. 36(7):1597-1608.

Sauvage M (2010) "ROC in animals: uncovering the neural substrates of recollection and familiarity in episodic recognition memory". Consciousness and Cognition. 19(3):816-28.

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):2281-9.

Sauvage M, Beer Z, Ho L, Eichenbaum H (2010) “The caudal medial entorhinal cortex: a selective role in recollection-based recognition memory“, Journal of Neuroscience, 17;30(46)15.

Sauvage M, Beer Z, Eichenbaum H (2010) “Recognition memory: adding a response deadline eliminates recollection spares familiarity”, Learning and Memory, 13;17(2):104-8.

DeVito LM, Konigsberg R, Lykken C, Sauvage M, Young 3rd WS, and Eichenbaum H (2009) ”Vasopressin 1b receptor knockout impairs memory for temporal processing and social interactions: a selective role for CA2 in memory", Journal of Neuroscience, 29(9):2676-83.

Sauvage M, Fortin N, Owens C, Yonelinas AP, Eichenbaum H (2008) "Recognition memory: opposite effects of hippocampal damage on recollection and familiarity“, Nature Neuroscience. 11(1):16-8 (highlighted in Nature Perspectives).

Eichenbaum H, Sauvage M, Fortin N, and Yonelinas AP (2008) “ROCs in Rats? Response to Wixted and Squire”, Learning and Memory. 26;15(9):691-3.

Sauvage M, Crittenden J, Harlan P, Calabresi P, Housman D & Graybiel AM “CalDAG-GEF1 is critical for neuronal plasticity in the striatum”, in progress.

Sauvage M and Steckler T (2001) ”Detection of corticotropin-releasing hormone receptor 1 immunoreactivity in cholinergic, dopaminergic and noradrenergic neurons of the basal forebrain and brainstem nuclei- potential implication for arousal and attention”, Neuroscience, 104(3):643-52.

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”, Molecular Brain Research, 84 , 79-89.

Steckler T, Sauvage M and Holsboer F (2000) “Glucocorticoid receptor impairement enhances impulsive responding in transgenic nice performing on a simultaneous visual discrimination task”, European Journal of Neuroscience, 12, 2559-2569.

Steckler T, Rammes G, Sauvage M, Van Gaalen M, Weis C, Zieglgänsberger W and Holsboer F (2000) ”Effect of the monoamine oxidase A inhibitor moclobemide on hippocampal plasticity in GR-impaired transgenic mice”, Journal of Psychiatric Research, 35, 1, 29-42.

Arns M, Sauvage M, Steckler T (1999) “Excitotoxic hippocampal lesions disrupt allocentric spatial learning in mice: effects of strain and task demands”, Molecular Brain Research, 106, 152-164.

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”, Behavioural Brain Research, 100, 77-89.

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”, Neuroscience Letters, 227 71-74.