H M. Gerschenfeld

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Instituto de Anatomia General y Embriologia, Facultad de Medicina, Ciudad de México, Ciudad de México, Mexico 
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Protti DA, Gerschenfeld HM, Llano I. (1997) GABAergic and glycinergic IPSCs in ganglion cells of rat retinal slices. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 17: 6075-85
Golowasch J, Paupardin-Tritsch D, Gerschenfeld HM. (1995) Enhancement by muscarinic agonists of a high voltage-activated Ca2+ current via phosphorylation in a snail neuron. The Journal of Physiology. 485: 21-8
Llano I, Gerschenfeld HM. (1993) Beta-adrenergic enhancement of inhibitory synaptic activity in rat cerebellar stellate and Purkinje cells. The Journal of Physiology. 468: 201-24
Llano I, Gerschenfeld HM. (1993) Inhibitory synaptic currents in stellate cells of rat cerebellar slices. The Journal of Physiology. 468: 177-200
Gerschenfeld HM, Paupardin-Tritsch D, Yakel JL. (1991) Muscarinic enhancement of the voltage-dependent calcium current in an identified snail neuron. The Journal of Physiology. 434: 85-105
Paupardin-Tritsch D, Gerschenfeld HM. (1990) Serotonin Induces a Cyclic AMP-Mediated Outwardly Rectifying Slow K+ Current in a Single Identified Snail Neuron. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 2: 813-821
Gerschenfeld HM, Paupardin-Tritsch D, Hammond C, et al. (1989) Intracellular mechanism of neurotransmitter-induced modulations of voltage-dependent Ca current in snail neurons. Cell Biology International Reports. 13: 1141-54
Harris-Warrick RM, Hammond C, Paupardin-Tritsch D, et al. (1988) An alpha 40 subunit of a GTP-binding protein immunologically related to Go mediates a dopamine-induced decrease of Ca2+ current in snail neurons. Neuron. 1: 27-32
Hammond C, Paupardin-Tritsch D, Nairn AC, et al. (1987) Cholecystokinin induces a decrease in Ca2+ current in snail neurons that appears to be mediated by protein kinase C. Nature. 325: 809-11
Mauro A, Gerschenfeld HM. (1987) Problems of University of Chile [1] Nature. 330: 104
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