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Ana Belen Ramos Hryb, Ph.D.

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  1. Ramos-Hryb AB, Ramirez MF, Lino-de-Oliveira C, Pagani MR. Stress-mediated hyperactivity and anhedonia resistant to diazepam and fluoxetine in drosophila. Stress. 2020 May 02; 1-11. PMID: 32319840.
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  2. Udovin LD, Kobiec T, Herrera MI, Toro-Urrego N, Kusnier CF, Kölliker-Frers RA, Ramos-Hryb AB, Luaces JP, Otero-Losada M, Capani F. Partial Reversal of Striatal Damage by Palmitoylethanolamide Administration Following Perinatal Asphyxia. Front Neurosci. 2019; 13:1345. PMID: 31969800.
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  3. Daneri-Becerra C, Zgajnar NR, Lotufo CM, Ramos Hryb AB, Piwien-Pilipuk G, Galigniana MD. Regulation of FKBP51 and FKBP52 functions by post-translational modifications. Biochem Soc Trans. 2019 12 20; 47(6):1815-1831. PMID: 31754722.
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  4. Roig-Puiggros S, Vigouroux RJ, Beckman D, Bocai NI, Chiou B, Davimes J, Gomez G, Grassi S, Hoque A, Karikari TK, Kiffer F, Lopez M, Lunghi G, Mazengenya P, Meier S, Olguín-Albuerne M, Oliveira MM, Paraíso-Luna J, Pradhan J, Radiske A, Ramos-Hryb AB, Ribeiro MC, Schellino R, Selles MC, Singh S, Theotokis P, Chédotal A. Construction and reconstruction of brain circuits: normal and pathological axon guidance. J Neurochem. 2020 04; 153(1):10-32. PMID: 31630412.
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  5. Ramos-Hryb AB, Platt N, Freitas AE, Heinrich IA, López MG, Leal RB, Kaster MP, Rodrigues ALS. Protective Effects of Ursolic Acid Against Cytotoxicity Induced by Corticosterone: Role of Protein Kinases. Neurochem Res. 2019 Nov 11. PMID: 31713091.
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  6. Ramos-Hryb AB, Harris C, Aighewi O, Lino-de-Oliveira C. How would publication bias distort the estimated effect size of prototypic antidepressants in the forced swim test? Neurosci Biobehav Rev. 2018 09; 92:192-194. PMID: 29886179.
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  7. Ramos-Hryb AB, Pazini FL, Kaster MP, Rodrigues ALS. Therapeutic Potential of Ursolic Acid to Manage Neurodegenerative and Psychiatric Diseases. CNS Drugs. 2017 12; 31(12):1029-1041. PMID: 29098660.
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  8. Ramos-Hryb AB, Cunha MP, Pazini FL, Lieberknecht V, Prediger RDS, Kaster MP, Rodrigues ALS. Ursolic acid affords antidepressant-like effects in mice through the activation of PKA, PKC, CAMK-II and MEK1/2. Pharmacol Rep. 2017 Dec; 69(6):1240-1246. PMID: 29128805.
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  9. Pazini FL, Cunha MP, Azevedo D, Rosa JM, Colla A, de Oliveira J, Ramos-Hryb AB, Brocardo PS, Gil-Mohapel J, Rodrigues ALS. Creatine Prevents Corticosterone-Induced Reduction in Hippocampal Proliferation and Differentiation: Possible Implication for Its Antidepressant Effect. Mol Neurobiol. 2017 Oct; 54(8):6245-6260. PMID: 27714631.
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  10. Cunha MP, Lieberknecht V, Ramos-Hryb AB, Olescowicz G, Ludka FK, Tasca CI, Gabilan NH, Rodrigues AL. Creatine affords protection against glutamate-induced nitrosative and oxidative stress. Neurochem Int. 2016 May; 95:4-14. PMID: 26804444.
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  11. Cunha MP, Pazini FL, Rosa JM, Ramos-Hryb AB, Oliveira Á, Kaster MP, Rodrigues AL. Creatine, similarly to ketamine, affords antidepressant-like effects in the tail suspension test via adenosine A1 and A2A receptor activation. Purinergic Signal. 2015 Jun; 11(2):215-27. PMID: 25702084.
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  12. Cunha MP, Pazini FL, Ludka FK, Rosa JM, Oliveira Á, Budni J, Ramos-Hryb AB, Lieberknecht V, Bettio LE, Martín-de-Saavedra MD, López MG, Tasca CI, Rodrigues AL. The modulation of NMDA receptors and L-arginine/nitric oxide pathway is implicated in the anti-immobility effect of creatine in the tail suspension test. Amino Acids. 2015 Apr; 47(4):795-811. PMID: 25555469.
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  13. Fonseca MI, Ramos-Hryb AB, Fariña JI, Afanasiuk SS, Villalba LL, Zapata PD. Effect of chemical and metallic compounds on biomass, mRNA levels and laccase activity of Phlebia brevispora BAFC 633. World J Microbiol Biotechnol. 2014 Aug; 30(8):2251-62. PMID: 24682954.
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  14. Ramos-Hryb AB, Da-Costa MC, Trentin AG, Calloni GW. Matrigel supports neural, melanocytic and chondrogenic differentiation of trunk neural crest cells. Int J Dev Biol. 2013; 57(11-12):885-90. PMID: 24623080.
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