Keilyn Rodríguez

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The clock gene protein Per 1 (PER1) is expressed in several brain structures and oscillates associated with the suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN). Restricted feeding schedules (RFS) induce anticipatory activity and impose daily oscillations of c-Fos and clock proteins in brain structures. Daily access to a palatable treat (chocolate) also elicits anticipatory(More)
Daily feeding schedules entrain temporal patterns of behavior, metabolism, neuronal activity and clock gene expression in several brain areas and periphery while the suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN), the biological clock, remains coupled to the light/dark cycle. Because bilateral lesions of the SCN do not abolish food entrained behavioral and hormonal rhythms(More)
Scheduled and restricted access to a palatable snack, i.e. chocolate, elicits a brief and strong anticipatory activation and entrains brain areas related with reward and motivation. This behavioral and neuronal activation persists for more than 7days when this protocol is interrupted, suggesting the participation of a time-keeping system. The process that(More)
Web semántica: un nuevo enfoque para la organización y recuperación de información en el web ABSTRACT A theoretical and conceptual approach to the development of the information organization and retrieval is made in an automatic environment by means of the automatic indexing and classification of the information as processes prior to information retrieval.(More)
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