Alejandro Millán

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Glutamate, the major excitatory neurotransmitter, induces a wide array of signals from the membrane to the nucleus regulating gene expression. In Bergmann glia, Ca2+ -permeable alpha-amino-3-hydroxy-5-methyl-4-isoxazole- propionic acid (AMPA) receptors are involved in the short- and long-term interactions between these cells and the neurons that they(More)
Glial glutamate receptors are likely to play a role in plasticity, learning, and memory and in a number of neuropathologies. An enhanced glutamate-dependent tyrosine phosphorylation has been detected in such processes. Using primary cultures of chick Bergmann glia cells and chick cerebellar slices, we addressed whether glial glutamate receptors can activate(More)
In this work, we present a computational behavioralmodel for logic gates called Internode (Internal Node LogicComputational Model) that considers the functionality ofthe gate as well as all the different internal states the gatecan reach. This computational model can be used in logic-leveltools and is valid for any dynamic behavioral model(delay models,(More)
In this paper, we present a model, Internode, that unifies the gate functional behavior and the dynamic one. It is based on a FSM that represents the internal state of the gate depending on the electrical load of its internal nodes allowing to consider aspects like input collisions and internal power consumption. Also, we explain the importance of internal(More)
Caenis luctuosa Bürmeister is a euryhaline species, which occurs throughout much of Europe. The study was carried out during 1994 in Chicamo stream, a spatially intermittent stream in Southeast Spain, with warm (7–30 • C) and hyposaline (5–12 g.l −1) waters, and variable discharge (0.01–31 l. s −1). Benthic samples were taken monthly in a perennial middle(More)