Key Publications: Dorothy Tse

Dorothy Tse

Key Publications

1: Tse D, Privitera P, Norton A.C, Gobbo F, Spooner P, Takeuchi T,  Martin S.J, & Morris R.G.M (September 2023). Cell-type-specific optogenetic stimulation of the locus coeruleus induces slow-onset potentiation and enhances everyday memory in rats. PNAS,

2: Gobbo, F., Mitchell-Heggs, R., Tse, D., Al Omrani, M., Spooner, P. A., Schultz, S. R., & Morris, R. (2022). Neuronal signature of spatial decision-making during navigation by freely moving rats by using calcium imaging. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 119(44)

3: Gobbo F, Mitchell-Heggs R and *Tse D (2022) Changes in brain activity and connectivity as memories age. Cognitive Neuroscience, 1-3 *corresponding author

4: Takeuchi T, Tamura M, Tse D, Kajii Y, Fernández G and Morris RGM (2022) Brain region networks for the assimilation of new associative memory into a schema. Molecular Brain 15 (1), 1-14

5: Tse D, Norton A, Spooner P and Morris RGM (2022) A behavioural task modelling ‘everyday memory’ in an event arena designed to foster allocentric representations for rodents. JOVE.

6: Alonso A, van der Meij J., Tse D, Genzel L. (2020) Naïve to expert: Considering the role of previous knowledge in memory. British Neuroscience Advances.

7: Broadbent N, Lumeij L, Corcoles M, Ayres AI, Ibrahim Z, Masatsugu B, Moreno A, Carames JM, Begg E,Strickland L, Mazidzoglou T, Padanyi A, Munoz M, Takeuchi T, Peter M, Morris RGM and *Tse D (2020). A stable home-base promotes allocentric memory representations of episodic-like everyday spatial memory. EJN. ejn.14681  *corresponding author

8: Wang SH, Tse D and Morris RGM (2012) Anterior cingulate cortex in schema assimilation and expression. Learn Mem. 19: 9315-318

9: Tse D, Takeuchi T, Kakeyma M, Kajii Y, Okuno H, Tohyama C, Bito H and Morris RGM (2011) Schema-Dependent gene activation and Memory Encoding in Neocortex. Science. 333: 891-895

10: Bethus I, Tse D and Morris RGM (2010) Dopamine and memory: modulation of the persistence of memory for novel hippocampal NMDA receptor-dependent paired associates. J Neurosci. 30, 1610-1618

10: Tse D, Langston R F, Kakeyama M, Bethus I, Spooner P A, Wood E R, Witter M P and Morris R G M (2007) Schemas and memory consolidation. Science, 316, 76-82