Laboratorio de

Neuroquímica de la Memoria

Publicaciones internacionales recientes

 

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    • 1.      Vázquez- Martínez O, Ita-Pérez DD, Valdés-Fuentes M, Flores-Vidrio A, Vera-Rivera G, Miranda MI, Méndez I, Díaz-Muñoz M. Molecular and biochemical modifications of liver glutamine synthetase elicited by daytime restricted feeding. Liver International. 2014 Oct;34(9):1391-401. PubMed PMID: 25368882.
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  • 2.      García-Medina NE, Vera G, Miranda MI. Chemical stimulation or glutamate injections in the nucleus of solitary tract enhance conditioned taste aversion. Behav Brain Res. 2014. Sep 22. pii: S0166-4328(14)00614-7. doi: 10.1016/j.bbr.2014.09.023. PubMed PMID: 25251840.
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  • 3.      Purón-Sierra L., Miranda MI*. Histaminergic modulation of cholinergic release from the nucleus basalis magnocellularis into insular cortex during taste aversive memory formation. PLoS One.  2014.  Mar 13;9(3):e91120.. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0091120. PMID: 24625748.
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  • 4.      Núñez-Jaramillo L, Reyes-López J, Miranda MI*. Sodium butyrate into the insular cortex during conditioned taste aversion acquisition delays aversive taste memory extinction. NeuroReport. 2014. Apr 16;25(6):386-90. PMID:24323127.
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  • 5.     García-Medina NE, Miranda MI.*  Nucleus of the solitary tract chemical stimulation induces extracellular norepinephrine release in the lateral and basolateral amygdala. Brain Stimulation. 2013. 6(2):198-201.
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  • 6.      Miranda MI.*Taste and odor recognition memory: the emotional flavor of life. Reviews in the Neuroscience.  2012;23(5-6):481-99.
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  • 7.      Núñez-Jaramillo L, Rangel-Hernández JA, Burgueño-Zúñiga B, Miranda MI.* Activation of nucleus accumbens NMDA receptors differentially affects appetitive or aversive taste learning and memory. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 2012. 6:13. Epub 2012 Apr 19.
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  • 8.     Miranda M.I.*, Sabath E., Núñez-Jaramillo L., Purón-Sierra L. β-Adrenergic receptors in the insular cortex are differentially involved during aversive or incidental context memory formation. Learning & Memory. 2011. 18(8):502-7.
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  • 9.      Miranda MI*, González-Cedillo F.J., Díaz-Muñoz M., Intracellular calcium chelation and pharmacological SERCA inhibition of Ca2+ pump in the insular cortex differentially affect taste aversive memory formation and retrieval. Neurobiology of Learning & Memory. 96(2):192-8. 2011.
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  • 10.    Reyes-López J., Nuñez-Jaramillo L., Morán-Guel E., Miranda MI.* Differential effects of beta-adrenergic receptor blockade in the medial prefrontal cortex during aversive and incidental taste memory formation. Neuroscience.  169(1):195-202. 2010.
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  • 11.     Núñez-Jaramillo L., Ramírez-Lugo L., Herrera-Morales W., Miranda MI.* Taste memory formation: Latest advances and challenges. Behavioural Brain Research. 207:232-248; 2010.
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  • 12.    Purón-Sierra L., Sabath E., Nuñez-Jaramillo L. Miranda MI.*.Blockade of nucleus basalis magnocellularis or activation of insular cortex histamine receptors disrupt formation but not retrieval of taste aversive memory. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory.  93(2):216-20; 2010.
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  • 13.    Miranda MI.*, Ortíz-Godina F., García-Velásquez D. Differential involvement of cholinergic and beta-adrenergic systems during acquisition, consolidation, and retrieval of long-term memory of social and neutral odors. Behavioural Brain Research. 202:19-25;2009.
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  • 14.    Miranda MI., Quirarte G.L., Rodriguez-Garcia G., McGaugh J.L., Roozendaal B. Glucocorticoids enhance taste aversion memory via actions in the insular cortex and basolateral amygdala. Learning & Memory. 15: 468-476; 2008.
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  • 15.    Miranda MI., Rodríguez-García G., Reyes-López J.V., Ferry B., Ferreira G. Differential effects of β-adrenergic receptors blockade in basolateral amygdala or insular cortex on incidental and aversive taste learning. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 90(1):54-61; 2008.

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