Angelina Guzzo

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Gamma-aminobutyric acid type A receptors (GABA(A)Rs) that contain the alpha 5 subunit are expressed predominantly in the hippocampus, where they regulate learning and memory processes. Unlike conventional postsynaptic receptors, GABA(A)Rs containing the alpha 5 subunit (alpha 5 GABA(A)Rs) are localized primarily to extrasynaptic regions of neurons, where(More)
The design and synthesis of novel SGLT2 inhibitors: C-Glycosides with benzyltriazolopyridinone and phenylhydantoin as the aglycone moieties, " Access to 3-arylindoles through a tandem one-pot protocol involving dearomatization, a regioselective Michael addition reaction, and rearomatization,
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