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Nov-2013Consolidation of object recognition memory requires simultaneous activation of dopamine D1/D5 receptors in the amygdala and medial prefrontal cortex but not in the hippocampusRossato, Janine I.; Radiske, Andressa; Kohler, Cristiano A.; Gonzalez, Carolina; Bevilaqua, Lia R.; Medina, Jorge H.; Cammarota, Martín
2015Autobiographical Memory Disturbances in Depression: A Novel Therapeutic Target?Köhler, Cristiano A.; Carvalho, André F.; Alves, Gilberto S.; McIntyre, Roger S.; Hyphantis, Thomas N.; Cammarota, Martín
26-Nov-2014Medial prefrontal cortex dopamine controls the persistent storage of aversive memoriesGonzalez, María C.; Kramar, Cecilia P.; Tomaiuolo, Micol; Katche, Cynthia; Weisstaub, Noelia; Cammarota, Martín; Medina, Jorge H.
6-Mar-2019PKMζ inhibition disrupts reconsolidation and erases object recognition memoryRossato, Janine I.; Gonzalez, Maria Carolina; Radiske, Andressa; Apolinário, Gênedy; Conde-Ocazionez, Sergio; Bevilaqua, Lia R.; Cammarota, Martín
Aug-2019On the involvement of BDNF signaling in memory reconsolidationGonzalez, Maria Carolina; Radiske, Andressa; Cammarota, Martín
8-Sep-2017Prior learning of relevant non-aversive information is a boundary condition for avoidance memory reconsolidation in the rat hippocampusRadiske, Andressa; Gonzalez, Maria Carolina; Conde-Ocaziones, Sergio; Feitosa, Anatildes; Köhler, Cristiano A.; Bevilaqua, Lia R.; Cammarota, Martín