Yolanda Robledo-Arratia

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Cell rescue is a primary need during acute and chronic insults to the central nervous system. Functional preservation during the early stages of toxicity in a given degenerative event may represent a(More)
Embryonic stem cells (ESC) are pluripotent and thus can differentiate into every cell type present in the body. Directed differentiation into motor neurons (MNs) has been described for pluripotent(More)
In this study, we reproduced two toxic models resembling some motor/kinetic deficits of Huntington's disease induced by bilateral intrastriatal injections of either quinolinic acid (QUIN, 120(More)
The functional preservation of nerve endings since the early stages of toxicity in a given damaging insult—either acute or chronic—by means of antioxidant and neuroprotective agents is a primary need(More)
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