Eduardo De Robertis

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UBA, Ubá, Minas Gerais, Brazil 
Area:
Neuroscience
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De Robertis E, Piccolo S, Lu B, et al. (1997) Chordin and the control of spemann organizer activity Faseb Journal. 11: A1301
Guénet JL, Simon-Chazottes D, de Robertis E, et al. (1995) The mouse goosecoïd gene (Gsc) maps to the telomeric part of mouse chromosome 12. Mammalian Genome : Official Journal of the International Mammalian Genome Society. 6: 816-7
Levi de Stein M, Aguilar J, Fonseca MI, et al. (1991) S-adenosyl methionine increases ?(1) adrenoceptors in rat cerebral cortex membranes. Neurochemistry International. 18: 39-42
Stockert M, Buscaglia V, De Robertis E. (1989) In vivo action of phosphatidylserine, amitriptyline and stress on the binding of [3H]imipramine to membranes of the rat cerebral cortex. European Journal of Pharmacology. 160: 11-6
Levi de Stein M, Medina JH, De Robertis E. (1989) In vivo and in vitro modulation of central type benzodiazepine receptors by phosphatidylserine. Brain Research. Molecular Brain Research. 5: 9-15
Medina JH, de Stein ML, De Robertis E. (1989) n-[3H]butyl-beta-carboline-3-carboxylate, a putative endogenous ligand, binds preferentially to subtype 1 of central benzodiazepine receptors. Journal of Neurochemistry. 52: 665-70
Raskovsky S, Aguilar JS, Jerusalinsky D, et al. (1988) An [3H]oxotremorine binding method reveals regulatory changes by guanine nucleotides in cholinergic muscarinic receptors of cerebral cortex. Neurochemical Research. 13: 525-30
Medina JH, Peña C, Piva M, et al. (1988) Presence of benzodiazepine-like molecules in mammalian brain and milk. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications. 152: 534-9
Peña C, Medina JH, Novas ML, et al. (1988) Determination of n-butyl-beta-carboline-3-carboxylate in aqueous brain extracts. Journal of Chromatography. 431: 192-6
Novas ML, Wolfman C, Medina JH, et al. (1988) Proconvulsant and 'anxiogenic' effects of n-butyl beta carboline-3-carboxylate, an endogenous benzodiazepine binding inhibitor from brain. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior. 30: 331-6
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