Paloma de la Cruz

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Recent reports have demonstrated that cannabinoid receptor binding decreases in several neurodegenerative diseases related to extrapyramidal function. However, there is little evidence with regard to potential changes of these receptors during senescence. The present study was designed to determine the possible existence of ageing-induced changes in(More)
We have recently found that cannabinoid receptor binding and gene expression markedly decreased in extrapyramidal structures of aged rats. The present study was designed to analyze the possible existence of similar aging-induced changes in cannabinoid receptor binding and gene expression in brain regions other than extrapyramidal areas, but that also(More)
The present study aimed to determine the effects of breed and sex on growth patterns and metabolic features of advanced-pregnancy foetuses exposed to the same environmental conditions. Thus, at Day 62 of pregnancy, swine foetuses from an obese breed with leptin resistance (Iberian breed) were compared to lean crossbred foetuses (25% Large White ×25%(More)
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