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J.M.Medina
J.M.Medina
Emeritus Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. INCYL. University of Salamanca. Spain
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Oxygen and glucose deprivation induces mitochondrial dysfunction and oxidative stress in neurones but not in astrocytes in primary culture
A Almeida, M Delgado‐Esteban, JP Bolaños, JM Medina
Journal of neurochemistry 81 (2), 207-217, 2002
2572002
Metabolic trafficking through astrocytic gap junctions
C Giaume, A Tabernero, JM Medina
Glia 21 (1), 114-123, 1997
1891997
Glutamate neurotoxicity is associated with nitric oxide-mediated mitochondrial dysfunction and glutathione depletion
A Almeida, SJR Heales, JP Bolaños, JM Medina
Brain research 790 (1-2), 209-216, 1998
1791998
Oligodendrocytes use lactate as a source of energy and as a precursor of lipids
LI Sánchez‐Abarca, A Tabernero, JM Medina
Glia 36 (3), 321-329, 2001
1542001
Endothelin‐1 regulates glucose utilization in cultured astrocytes by controlling intercellular communication through gap junctions
A Tabernero, C Giaume, JM Medina
Glia 16 (3), 187-195, 1996
1441996
Induction of nitric oxide synthase inhibits gap junction permeability in cultured rat astrocytes
JP Bolaños, JM Medina
Journal of neurochemistry 66 (5), 2091-2099, 1996
1281996
Glucose metabolism and proliferation in glia: role of astrocytic gap junctions
A Tabernero, JM Medina, C Giaume
Journal of neurochemistry 99 (4), 1049-1061, 2006
1232006
Neuronal differentiation is triggered by oleic acid synthesized and released by astrocytes
A Tabernero, EM Lavado, B Granda, A Velasco, JM Medina
Journal of neurochemistry 79 (3), 606-616, 2001
1102001
Lactate utilization by isolated cells from early neonatal rat brain
C Vicario, C Arizmendi, G Malloch, JB Clark, JM Medina
Journal of neurochemistry 57 (5), 1700-1707, 1991
1021991
Induction of glucose‐6‐phosphate dehydrogenase by lipopolysaccharide contributes to preventing nitric oxide‐mediated glutathione depletion in cultured rat astrocytes
P García‐Nogales, A Almeida, E Fernández, JM Medina, JP Bolanos
Journal of neurochemistry 72 (4), 1750-1758, 1999
1011999
A rapid method for the isolation of metabolically active mitochondria from rat neurons and astrocytes in primary culture
A Almeida, JM Medina
Brain Research Protocols 2 (3), 209-214, 1998
961998
Lipogenesis from lactate in rat neurons and astrocytes in primary culture
A Tabernero, JP Bolaños, JM Medina
Biochemical Journal 294 (3), 635-638, 1993
891993
Astrocyte-synthesized oleic acid behaves as a neurotrophic factor for neurons
JM Medina, A Tabernero
Journal of Physiology-Paris 96 (3-4), 265-271, 2002
872002
Transcytosis of albumin in astrocytes activates the sterol regulatory element-binding protein-1, which promotes the synthesis of the neurotrophic factor oleic acid
A Tabernero, A Velasco, B Granda, EM Lavado, JM Medina
Journal of Biological Chemistry 277 (6), 4240-4246, 2002
852002
Análisis de la Situación del Cáncer en el Perú, 2013
W Ramos, D Venegas, J Medina, C Guerrero, A Cruz
Lima: MINSA/DGE, 1-108, 2013
842013
The role of lactate as an energy substrate for the brain during the early neonatal period
JM Medina
Neonatology 48 (4), 237-244, 1985
841985
Endothelin‐1 stimulates the translocation and upregulation of both glucose transporter and hexokinase in astrocytes: relationship with gap junctional communication
R Sánchez‐Alvarez, A Tabernero, JM Medina
Journal of neurochemistry 89 (3), 703-714, 2004
812004
Connexin43 inhibits the oncogenic activity of c-Src in C6 glioma cells
S Herrero-Gonzalez, E Gangoso, C Giaume, CC Naus, JM Medina, ...
Oncogene 29 (42), 5712-5723, 2010
792010
Lactate utilization by the neonatal rat brain in vitro. Competition with glucose and 3-hydroxybutyrate.
E Fernandez, JM Medina
Biochemical Journal 234 (2), 489, 1986
781986
Lactate spares glucose as a metabolic fuel in neurons and astrocytes from primary culture
A Tabernero, C Vicario, JM Medina
Neuroscience research 26 (4), 369-376, 1996
761996
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