Ricardo Tapia
Ricardo Tapia
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Aminergic and peptidergic pathways in the nervous system with special reference to the hypothalamus
T Hökfelt, R Elde, K Fuxe, O Johansson, A Ljungdahl, M Goldstein, R Luft, ...
Research publications-Association for Research in Nervous and Mental Disease …, 1978
3371978
Seizures and neurodegeneration induced by 4-aminopyridine in rat hippocampus in vivo: role of glutamate-and GABA-mediated neurotransmission and of ion channels
F Pena, R Tapia
Neuroscience 101 (3), 547-561, 2000
1992000
Accumulation of extracellular glutamate by inhibition of its uptake is not sufficient for inducing neuronal damage: an in vivo microdialysis study
L Massieu, A Morales‐Villagrán, R Tapia
Journal of neurochemistry 64 (5), 2262-2272, 1995
1831995
β‐Amyloid peptide fragment 25–35 potentiates the calcium‐dependent release of excitatory amino acids from depolarized hippocampal slices
C Arias, I Arrieta, R Tapia
Journal of neuroscience research 41 (4), 561-566, 1995
1301995
Effect of 4-aminopyridine on transmitter release in synaptosomes
R Tapia
Brain research 250 (2), 291-299, 1982
1231982
Relationships among seizures, extracellular amino acid changes, and neurodegeneration induced by 4‐aminopyridine in rat hippocampus: A microdialysis and electroencephalographic …
F Peña, R Tapia
Journal of Neurochemistry 72 (5), 2006-2014, 1999
1061999
Glutamate excitotoxicity and therapeutic targets for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
JC Corona, LB Tovar-y-Romo, R Tapia
Expert opinion on therapeutic targets 11 (11), 1415-1428, 2007
1052007
Demonstration of central gamma-aminobutyrate-containing nerve terminals by means of antibodies against glutamate decarboxylase
MP DELAMORA, D MP, P LD
1051981
Biochemical pharmacology of GABA in CNS
R Tapia
Amino Acid Neurotransmitters, 1-58, 1975
991975
On the relationship between extracellular glutamate, hyperexcitation and neurodegeneration, in vivo
R Tapia, L Medina-Ceja, F Pena
Neurochemistry international 34 (1), 23-31, 1999
841999
Inhibition by ruthenium red of the calcium-dependent release of [3H] GABA in synaptosomal fractions
R Tapia, G Meza-Ruíz
Brain research 126 (1), 160-166, 1977
821977
Glutamate uptake impairment and neuronal damage in young and aged rats in vivo
L Massieu, R Tapia
Journal of neurochemistry 69 (3), 1151-1160, 1997
801997
Glutamine and glutamate as precursors of the releasable pool of GABA in brain cortex slices
R Tapia, RM Gonzalez
Neuroscience Letters 10 (1-2), 165-169, 1978
801978
Trophic factors as modulators of motor neuron physiology and survival: implications for ALS therapy
LB Tovar-y-Romo, UN Ramírez-Jarquín, R Lazo-Gómez, R Tapia
Frontiers in cellular neuroscience 8, 61, 2014
782014
Ruthenium red as a tool to study calcium channels, neuronal death and the function of neural pathways
R Tapia, I Velasco
Neurochemistry international 30 (2), 137-147, 1997
781997
Demonstration of central γ-aminobutyrate-containing nerve terminals by means of antibodies against glutamate decarboxylase
M Perez De La Mora, LD Possani, R Tapia, L Teran, R Palacios, K Fuxe, ...
Neuroscience 6, 875-895, 1981
781981
Ca2+-permeable AMPA receptors and intracellular Ca2+ determine motoneuron vulnerability in rat spinal cord in vivo
JC Corona, R Tapia
Neuropharmacology 52 (5), 1219-1228, 2007
762007
Preferential stimulation of glutamate release by 4-aminopyridine in rat striatum in vivo
A Morales-Villagrán, R Tapia
Neurochemistry international 28 (1), 35-40, 1996
761996
Inhibition of glutamate uptake induces progressive accumulation of extracellular glutamate and neuronal damage in rat cortical cultures
I Velasco, R Tapia, L Massieu
Journal of neuroscience research 44 (6), 551-561, 1996
751996
Evidence for a role of glutamate decarboxylase activity as a regulatory mechanism of cerebral excitability
R Tapia, ME Sandoval, P Contreras
Journal of neurochemistry 24 (6), 1283-1285, 1975
751975
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