Elisa Martín-Montañez

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Visual perception and memory are the most important components of vision processing in the brain. It was thought that the perceptual aspect of a visual stimulus occurs in visual cortical areas and that this serves as the substrate for the formation of visual memory in a distinct part of the brain called the medial temporal lobe. However, current evidence(More)
Memory is central to our ability to perform daily life activities and correctly function in society. Improvements in public health and medical treatment for a variety of diseases have resulted in longer life spans; however, age-related memory impairments have been significant sources of morbidity. Loss in memory function is not only associated with aging(More)
Calcium flux through L-type voltage-activated calcium (Cav1) channels is crucial for regulating brain functions including memory formation and behavior. Alterations in Ca²+ homeostasis have been linked to many cognitive disorders, and understanding the regulation of this process is crucial for their remedy. Therefore, here, we have evaluated the effect of a(More)
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