Jorge Aceves

Affiliations: 
Physiology, Biophysics and Neuroscience CINVESTAV, Ciudad de México, Ciudad de México, Mexico 
Area:
Neurophysiology
Website:
http://www.fisio.cinvestav.mx/academicos/aceves/index.html
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"Jorge Aceves"
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He is recognized for his contributions to the knowledge of the physiopathology of Parkinson's disease, of which he developed several experimental models. His observation of the anatomofunctional organization of the basal ganglia of the brain involved in pathologies associated with alterations of the action of dopamine, such as Parkinson's disease, dystonies, attention deficit with motor hyperactivity, and schizophrenia, stands out. He has published several classic articles on the pharmacology of the dopaminergetic action.

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Rodríguez-Sánchez M, Escartín-Pérez RE, Leyva-Gómez G, et al. (2019) Blockade of Intranigral and Systemic D3 Receptors Stimulates Motor Activity in the Rat Promoting a Reciprocal Interaction among Glutamate, Dopamine, and GABA. Biomolecules. 9
Briones-Lizardi LJ, Cortés H, Avalos-Fuentes JA, et al. (2019) Presynaptic control of [H]-glutamate release by dopamine receptor subtypes in the rat substantia nigra. Central role of D1 and D3 receptors. Neuroscience. 406: 563-579
Cáceres-Chávez VA, Hernández-Martinez R, Pérez-Ortega J, et al. (2018) Acute dopamine receptor blockade in substantia nigra pars reticulata: a possible model for drug induced Parkinsonism. Journal of Neurophysiology
Caballero-Florán RN, Conde-Rojas I, Oviedo Chávez A, et al. (2016) Cannabinoid-induced depression of synaptic transmission is switched to stimulation when dopaminergic tone is increased in the globus pallidus of the rodent. Neuropharmacology. 110: 407-418
Avalos-Fuentes A, Albarrán-Bravo S, Loya-Lopéz S, et al. (2015) Dopaminergic denervation switches dopamine D3 receptor signaling and disrupts its Ca(2+) dependent modulation by CaMKII and calmodulin in striatonigral projections of the rat. Neurobiology of Disease. 74: 336-46
Hernández-Martínez R, Aceves JJ, Rueda-Orozco PE, et al. (2015) Muscarinic presynaptic modulation in GABAergic pallidal synapses of the rat. Journal of Neurophysiology. 113: 796-807
Recillas-Morales S, Sánchez-Vega L, Ochoa-Sánchez N, et al. (2014) L-type Ca²⁺ channel activity determines modulation of GABA release by dopamine in the substantia nigra reticulata and the globus pallidus of the rat. Neuroscience. 256: 292-301
Recillas-Morales S, Sánchez-Vega L, Ochoa-Sánchez N, et al. (2013) L-Type Ca(2+) channel activity determines modulation of GABA release by dopamine in the substantia nigra reticulata and the globus pallidus of the rat. Neuroscience
Avalos-Fuentes A, Loya-López S, Flores-Pérez A, et al. (2013) Presynaptic CaMKIIα modulates dopamine D3 receptor activation in striatonigral terminals of the rat brain in a Ca²⁺ dependent manner. Neuropharmacology. 71: 273-81
Cruz-Trujillo R, Avalos-Fuentes A, Rangel-Barajas C, et al. (2013) D3 dopamine receptors interact with dopamine D1 but not D4 receptors in the GABAergic terminals of the SNr of the rat. Neuropharmacology. 67: 370-8
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