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|Title:||Different functionality of the medial and orbital prefrontal cortex during a sexually motivated task in rats|
Klimov, Andrei B.
|Abstract:||Explicit correspondence rules for the operators from su(2) and h(1) algebras are found in the framework of the generalized Wigner-like quasidistribution function applied to describe quantum systems with the SU(2) dynamic symmetry group. These correspondence rules are used to analyze the quantum dynamics in the semiclassical limit. " 2012 The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.",,,,,,"10.1088/0031-8949/2012/T147/014027",,,"http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12104/40646","http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?eid=2-s2.0-84857484470&partnerID=40&md5=e6ff1fed04df308c159e45897f388d74|
WOS",,,,,,,,,,,,"Differential form of the correspondence rules for the generalized SU(2) Wigner functions",,"Article" "42420","123456789/35008",,"Rincón, A.R., Inst. of Molec. Biology in Medicine, Hospital Civil de Belén, University of Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, Inst. of Molec. Biology in Medicine, University of Guadalajara, P.O. Box: 2-500, Jalisco México, C.P. 44281, Mexico; Covarrubias, A., Inst. of Molec. Biology in Medicine, Hospital Civil de Belén, University of Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico; Pedraza-Chaverri, J.; Poo, J.L.; Armendáriz-Borunda, J., Inst. of Molec. Biology in Medicine, Hospital Civil de Belén, University of Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico; Panduro, A., Inst. of Molec. Biology in Medicine, Hospital Civil de Belén, University of Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
Panduro-Cerda, Arturo., Universidad de Guadalajara",,"Rincon, A.R.
Panduro-Cerda, Arturo",,"1999",,"The pathogenesis of renal function alteration associated with liver disease remains to be elucidated. Although different experimental animal models have been utilized in order to explain such pathophysiological state, none of them have completely explained the mechanisms involved. In this study we performed differential hemodynamic, hepatic and renal function alteration studies after induction of acute liver damage via intragastric administration of a single dose of CCl4 to cirrhotic and non-cirrhotic rats. Cirrhotic rats with acute liver damage exhibited a significant decrease in mean arterial pressure followed by a decreased glomerular filtration rate, urinary sodium concentration and an induction of plasma renin concentration and activity. At the same time, a significant association between oliguria and mortality was observed. The renal histopathological studies revealed glomeruli with mesangial hypercellularity and thickening of capillary wall, but not tubular epithelial injury. All these alterations were not detected in the control group, i.e. by non-cirrhotic rats with acute liver damage. This study suggests that the effect of CCl4 on kidney structure and function depends on the functional state of the liver. Since this experimental model of acute liver damage in cirrhotic rats presents hemodynamics and renal function alterations similar to those observed in the hepatorenal syndrome in man, it could be utilized to study the pathogenesis of renal function alterations associated with liver damage.",,,,,,,,,"http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12104/40641","http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?eid=2-s2.0-0032589087&partnerID=40&md5=702bfe1f322604ec020a618c9f7622b3",,,,,,"3",,"Experimental and Toxicologic Pathology",,"199
WOS",,,,,,"CCl4; Cirrhosis, liver; Liver regeneration; Nephrotoxicity; Renal function",,,,,,"Differential effect of CCl4 on renal function in cirrhotic and non- cirrhotic rats",,"Article" "42414","123456789/35008",,"Hernández-González, M., Instituto de Neurociencias, Universidad de Guadalajara, Francisco Quevedo 180, Col. Arcos Vallarta, C.P. 44130, Guadalajara City, Jalisco, Mexico; Prieto-Beracoechea, C.A., Instituto de Neurociencias, Universidad de Guadalajara, Francisco Quevedo 180, Col. Arcos Vallarta, C.P. 44130, Guadalajara City, Jalisco, Mexico; Arteaga-Silva, M., Depto. de Biología de la Reproducción, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Iztapalapa, C.P. 09340 D.F. Mexico, Mexico; Guevara, M.A., Instituto de Neurociencias, Universidad de Guadalajara, Francisco Quevedo 180, Col. Arcos Vallarta, C.P. 44130, Guadalajara City, Jalisco, Mexico",,"Hernandez-Gonzalez, M.
Guevara, M.A.",,"2007",,"This study was designed to analyze whether the electroencephalographic (EEG) activity of the medial (mPFC) and orbital prefrontal cortex (oPFC) was modified during the performance of male rats in a T maze under two different conditions, sexually motivated (with previous intromission and females in the goal boxes of the lateral arms) or sexually non-motivated (without previous intromission and with empty goal boxes). Relative power (RP) of three EEG band frequencies, and inter-hemispheric correlation (r) were calculated and a comparison was made between rats under motivated and non-motivated conditions. In the mPFC of sexually motivated males, an increase of the RP in the 6-7 Hz band as well as a decrease in the 8-11 Hz band was observed in relation to an awake-quiet state and during the walk in the maze stem. Similarly, an increase in the r of the 6-7 Hz band was observed during the walk in the maze stem and when remaining near to a receptive female, when compared to non-motivated males. In the oPFC, only the RP of the 6-7 Hz band was increased during the walk in the maze stem of the motivated males. These data suggest that, among sexually motivated males, the mPFC is involved both in anticipatory and motor execution during the performance of the T maze task, whereas the oPFC is only involved in the motor execution of the T maze. These results are in line with other studies suggesting that the mPFC and oPFC are functionally distinct, regions which may work together during certain behaviors and physiological conditions. " 2006 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
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