Rafael Jesús Montoro Laseca

Profesor Contratado Doctor
rmontoro@us.es
Área de conocimiento: Fisiología
Departamento: Fisiología Médica y Biofísica
Grupo: BIOFISICA CELULAR (BIO-236)
Tipo Año Título Fuente
Artículo2018 Caveolar targeting links Kv1.3 with the insulin-dependent adipocyte physiology CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
Ponencia2004 Changes in visual memory after autotransplantation of human carotid body cell aggregates in patients with Parkinson's disease ARCHIVES OF CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
Artículo2004 Gap junctions in developing neocortex: a review BRAIN RESEARCH REVIEWS
Artículo2003 Autotransplantation of human carotid body cell aggregates for treatment of Parkinson's disease Neurosurgery
Ponencia2001 Transplantation of carotid body cell aggregates in patients with Parkinson's disease: a pilot study. PARKINSONISM & RELATED DISORDERS
Artículo1999 K+ and Ca2+ channel activity and cytosolic [Ca2+] in oxygen-sensing tissues RESPIRATION PHYSIOLOGY
Artículo1999 Recovery of chronic parkinsonian monkeys by autotransplants of carotid body cell aggregates into putamen NEURON
Artículo1998 Cellular and functional recovery of Parkinsonian rats after intrastriatal transplantation of carotid body cell aggregates NEURON
Artículo1997 NMDA-glutamate receptors regulate phosphorylation of dendritic cytoskeletal proteins in the hippocampus BRAIN RESEARCH
Ponencia1996 Modulation of voltage-gated Ca2+ channels by O2 tension: Significance for arterial oxygen chemoreception Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology
Artículo1996 Oxygen sensing by ion channels and chemotransduction in single Glomus cells JOURNAL OF GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY
Artículo1993 HIGH EXTERNAL POTASSIUM INDUCES AN INCREASE IN THE PHOSPHORYLATION OF THE CYTOSKELETAL PROTEIN MAP2 IN RAT HIPPOCAMPAL SLICES EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
Artículo1993 N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE STIMULATES THE DEPHOSPHORYLATION OF THE MICROTUBULE-ASSOCIATED PROTEIN-2 AND POTENTIATES EXCITATORY SYNAPTIC PATHWAYS IN THE RAT HIPPOCAMPUS NEUROSCIENCE
Nota1988 DIFFERENTIAL BURST FIRING MODES IN NEURONS OF THE MAMMALIAN VISUAL-CORTEX INVITRO BRAIN RESEARCH
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