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Effect of Unilateral Low-Frequency Stimulation of Hippocampus on Rapid Kindling—Induced Seizure Development in Rats
Since the last decade deep brain stimulation has been proposed as an alternative treatment for patients who do not become seizure-free with the current pharmacological treatments and cannot undergoExpand
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Fungal diversity at fragmented landscapes: synthesis and future perspectives.
Fungi are organisms with important roles in ecosystem functioning and services, but knowledge about how habitat fragmentation affect fungal diversity is biased by experimental approaches and it isExpand
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mTORC1 controls long-term memory retrieval
Understanding how stored information emerges is a main question in the neurobiology of memory that is now increasingly gaining attention. However, molecular events underlying this memory stage,Expand
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Anterior retrosplenial cortex is required for long-term object recognition memory
The retrosplenial cortex (RSC) is implicated on navigation and contextual memory. Lesions studies showed that the RSC shares functional similarities with the hippocampus (HP). Here we evaluated theExpand
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WITHDRAWN: Fungal diversity is negatively affected by habitat fragmentation: a meta-analysis.
This article that has already been published in , 10.1016/j.mib.2017.03.015 has been withdrawn at the request of the editor and publisher. The publisher regrets that an error occurred which led toExpand
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Retraction notice to "Fungal diversity is negatively affected by habitat fragmentation: a meta-analysis" [Current Opinion in Microbiology 37 (2017) 61-66].
This article has been retracted: please see Elsevier Policy on Article Withdrawal (https://www.elsevier.com/about/our-business/policies/article-withdrawal). This article that has already beenExpand
Hippocampal High-Frequency Stimulation Inhibites the Progression of Rapid Kindling-Induced Seizure in Rats
Epilepsy is one of the most common serious neurological disorders. Pharmacoresistant epilepsy patients are poorly controlled or their seizures are refractory to drug treatment. Resective surgeryExpand