Jorge Horacio Medina

UBA, Ubá, Minas Gerais, Brazil 
"Jorge Medina"
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de Landeta AB, Medina JH, Katche C. (2022) Dopamine D1/D5 Receptors in the Retrosplenial Cortex Are Necessary to Consolidate Object Recognition Memory. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 16: 922971
Castillo Díaz F, Dalto JF, Pereyra M, et al. (2022) Dopamine neurotransmission in the VTA regulates aversive memory formation and persistence. Physiology & Behavior. 253: 113854
de Landeta AB, Pereyra M, Miranda M, et al. (2021) Functional connectivity of anterior retrosplenial cortex in object recognition memory. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 186: 107544
Pereyra M, Medina JH. (2021) AMPA Receptors: A Key Piece in the Puzzle of Memory Retrieval. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 15: 729051
Kramar CP, Castillo-Díaz F, Gigante ED, et al. (2021) The late consolidation of an aversive memory is promoted by VTA dopamine release in the dorsal hippocampus. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 53: 841-851
Pereyra M, de Landeta AB, Dalto JF, et al. (2020) AMPA Receptor Expression Requirement During Long-Term Memory Retrieval and Its Association with mTORC1 Signaling. Molecular Neurobiology
de Landeta AB, Pereyra M, Medina JH, et al. (2020) Anterior retrosplenial cortex is required for long-term object recognition memory. Scientific Reports. 10: 4002
Castillo Díaz F, Hernandez MA, Capellá T, et al. (2019) Dopamine Neurotransmission in the Ventral Tegmental Area Promotes Active Forgetting of Cocaine-Associated Memory. Molecular Neurobiology
Landeta ABd, Pereyra M, Medina JH, et al. (2019) Role of the retrosplenial cortex in the “what” component of recognition memory Ibro Reports. 6
Medina JH, Viola H. (2018) ERK1/2: A Key Cellular Component for the Formation, Retrieval, Reconsolidation and Persistence of Memory. Frontiers in Molecular Neuroscience. 11: 361
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