Bernardo Moreno-López

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The subventricular zone of the rodent brain retains the capacity of generating new neurons in adulthood. The newly formed neuroblasts migrate rostrally toward the olfactory bulb, where they(More)
Glutamate-induced excitotoxicity, the most common pathological mechanism leading to neuronal death, may occur even with normal levels of glutamate if it coincides with a persistent enhancement of(More)