Fernando A. Oliveira, Assistant Professor (equivalent)

Biological Science Federal University of São Paulo, Brazil, São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil 
Learning, Memory, Aging, Neurodegeneration
"Fernando Oliveira"
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Alves VS, Arcisio-Miranda M, Carrettiero DC, et al. (2020) Transport of Glucose by the Plasma Membrane Affects the Removal and Concentration of Ca at Rest in Neurons - Implications of a Condition Prior to Alzheimer's Disease? Neuroscience
Alves VS, Alves-Silva HS, Orts DJB, et al. (2019) Calcium Signaling in Neurons and Glial Cells: Role of Cav1 channels. Neuroscience. 421: 95-111
Moreira-Lobo DC, Cruz JS, Silva FR, et al. (2016) Thiamine Deficiency Increases Ca(2+) Current and CaV1.2 L-type Ca(2+) Channel Levels in Cerebellum Granular Neurons. Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology
Oh MM, Oliveira FA, Waters J, et al. (2013) Altered calcium metabolism in aging CA1 hippocampal pyramidal neurons. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 33: 7905-11
Cruz JS, Kushmerick C, Moreira-Lobo DC, et al. (2012) Thiamine deficiency in vitro accelerates A-type potassium current inactivation in cerebellar granule neurons. Neuroscience. 221: 108-14
Cruz JS, Silva DF, Ribeiro LA, et al. (2011) Resurgent Na+ current: a new avenue to neuronal excitability control. Life Sciences. 89: 564-9
Oh MM, Oliveira FA, Disterhoft JF. (2010) Learning and aging related changes in intrinsic neuronal excitability. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience. 2: 2
McKay BM, Matthews EA, Oliveira FA, et al. (2009) Intrinsic neuronal excitability is reversibly altered by a single experience in fear conditioning. Journal of Neurophysiology. 102: 2763-70
Oliveira FA, Galan DT, Ribeiro AM, et al. (2007) Thiamine deficiency during pregnancy leads to cerebellar neuronal death in rat offspring: role of voltage-dependent K+ channels. Brain Research. 1134: 79-86
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