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Richetto, Juliet; Polesel, Marcello; Weber-Stadlbauer, Ulrike (2019). Effects of light and dark phase testing on the investigation of behavioural paradigms in mice: Relevance for behavioural neuroscience. Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior, 178:19-29.
Scarborough, Joseph; Mueller, Flavia; Weber-Stadlbauer, Ulrike; Richetto, Juliet; Meyer, Urs (2018). Dependency of prepulse inhibition deficits on baseline startle reactivity in a mouse model of the human 22q11.2 microdeletion syndrome. Genes, Brain and Behavior:e12523.
Mueller, Flavia S; Polesel, Marcello; Richetto, Juliet; Meyer, Urs; Weber-Stadlbauer, Ulrike (2018). Mouse models of maternal immune activation: mind your caging system! Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, 73:643-660.
Cattane, Nadia; Richetto, Juliet; Cattaneo, Annamaria (2018). Prenatal exposure to environmental insults and enhanced risk of developing Schizophrenia and Autism Spectrum Disorder: focus on biological pathways and epigenetic mechanisms. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews:Epub ahead of print.
Labouesse, Marie A; Polesel, Marcello; Clementi, Elena; Müller, Flavia; Markkanen, Enni; Mouttet, Forouhar; Cattaneo, Annamaria; Richetto, Juliet (2018). MicroRNA expression profiling in the prefrontal cortex: putative mechanisms for the cognitive effects of adolescent high fat feeding. Scientific Reports, 8(1):8344.
Richetto, Juliet; Chesters, Robert; Cattaneo, Annamaria; Labouesse, Marie A; Gutierrez, Ana Maria Carrillo; Wood, Tobias C; Luoni, Alessia; Meyer, Urs; Vernon, Anthony; Riva, Marco A (2017). Genome-wide transcriptional profiling and structural magnetic resonance imaging in the maternal immune activation model of neurodevelopmental disorders. Cerebral Cortex, 27(6):3397-3413.
Giovanoli, Sandra; Notter, Tina; Richetto, Juliet; Labouesse, Marie A; Vuillermot, Stéphanie; Riva, Marco A; Meyer, Urs (2015). Late prenatal immune activation causes hippocampal deficits in the absence of persistent inflammation across aging. Journal of Neuroinflammation, 12(221):online.