Publications

  • REHAB FUN: an assistive technology in neurological motor disorders rehabilitation of children with cerebral palsy

    03/18/2019
    We measured attention levels, errors, and time. The REHAB FUN has been shown to be a motivating tool for patients, and through the data acquired, the specialists can direct the treatment in an individualized way so that there are greater effectiveness and...
  • Differential immunoglobulin and complement levels in leprosy prior to development of reversal reaction and erythema nodosum leprosum

    02/01/2019
    Differential co-receptor expression and immunoglobulin levels before and during immune reactions intimate a central role for humoral immunity in RR and ENL. Decreased C4 and elevated anti-M. leprae antibodies in people with new diagnosis of leprosy may be risk factors for subsequent...
  • EFEITOS PSICOFISIOLÓGICOS DE UMA BREVE INTERVENÇÃO BASEADA EM MINDFULNESS EM ADULTOS JOVENS SAUDÁVEIS

    12/18/2018
  • OSCILAÇÕES NEURAIS SINCRONIZANDO CIRCUITOS OLFATÓRIOS E HIPOCAMPAIS

    12/13/2018
  • ESTUDOS ELETROFISIOLÓGICOS NO HIPOCAMPO – DESENVOLVENDO NOVAS TÉCNICAS DE ANÁLISE E INVESTIGANDO A CODIFICAÇÃO NEURAL

    12/13/2018
  • The maturation of speech structure in psychosis is resistant to formal education

    12/10/2018
    Here we report that a graph-theoretical computational analysis of verbal reports from subjects spanning 6 decades of age and 2 decades of education reveals asymptotic changes over time that depend more on education than age. In typical subjects, short-range recurrence and lexical...
  • Characterizing speed cells in the rat hippocampus

    11/13/2018
    Here we investigated speed-correlated firing in the hippocampus. We show that CA1 has speed cells that are stable across contexts, position in space, and time.
  • Evidence of müller glia conversion into retina ganglion cells using neurogenin2

    11/12/2018
    Degenerative retinopathies are the leading causes of irreversible visual impairment in the elderly, affecting hundreds of millions of patients. Müller glia cells (MGC), the main type of glia found in the vertebrate retina, can resume proliferation in the rodent adult injured retina...
  • Non-visual exploration of novel objects increases the levels of plasticity factors in the rat primary visual cortex

    10/23/2018
    Our results suggest that non-visual exploration induces the activation of immediate-early genes in V1 cortex, which is suggestive of cross-modal processing in this area. Besides, the increase in the number of neurons labeled with pCaKMII may signal a condition promoting synaptic...
  • Computational models of memory consolidation and long-term synaptic plasticity during sleep

    10/23/2018
    Research on the neurobiology of sleep and the mechanisms of long-term synaptic plasticity has provided data in support of various theories of how brain activity during sleep affects long-term synaptic plasticity.
  • Hormonal Correlates Of Behavioural Profiles And Coping Strategies In Captive Capuchin Monkeys (Sapajus Libidinosus)

    10/01/2018
    In this study, we tested the hypothesis that individual differences in behavioural profiles correlate to differences in stress-related behaviours and hormonal levels in captive brown capuchin monkeys (Sapajus libidinosus).
  • Recording Day and Night: Advice for New Investigators in the Sleep and Memory Field

    09/18/2018
    The investigation of the sleep-dependent mechanisms of memory processing and consolidation is largely based on the electrophysiological recording of action potentials (spikes), local field potentials (LFPs), and muscle activity from freely behaving rodents.