Ana Caroline Colombo
Ana Caroline Colombo
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Fungal colonization of the brain: anatomopathological aspects of neurological cryptococcosis
AC Colombo, ML Rodrigues
Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciências 87 (2), 1293-1309, 2015
Dual role of dopamine D2-like receptors in the mediation of conditioned and unconditioned fear
ML Brandão, AR de Oliveira, S Muthuraju, AC Colombo, VM Saito, ...
FEBS letters 589 (22), 3433-3437, 2015
Dopamine D2-like receptors modulate unconditioned fear: role of the inferior colliculus
AR de Oliveira, AC Colombo, S Muthuraju, RC Almada, ML Brandao
PloS one 9 (8), 2014
Dopaminergic mechanisms underlying catalepsy, fear and anxiety: Do they interact?
AC Colombo, AR de Oliveira, AE Reimer, ML Brandão
Behavioural brain research 257, 201-207, 2013
The putative flippase Apt1 is required for intracellular membrane architecture and biosynthesis of polysaccharide and lipids in Cryptococcus neoformans
J Rizzo, AC Colombo, D Zamith-Miranda, VKA Silva, JC Allegood, ...
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Molecular Cell Research 1865 (3), 532-541, 2018
Cryptococcus neoformans glucuronoxylomannan and sterylglucoside are required for host protection in an animal vaccination model
AC Colombo, A Rella, T Normile, LS Joffe, PM Tavares, GRS Araújo, ...
MBio 10 (2), e02909-18, 2019
Influence of aversive stimulation on haloperidol-induced catalepsy in rats
NCB Barroca, MD Guarda, NT da Silva, AC Colombo, AE Reimer, ...
Behavioural pharmacology 30 (2), 229-238, 2019
Papel dos receptores dopaminérgicos D1 e D2 do colículo inferior na expressão de respostas incondicionadas e condicionadas de medo
AC Colombo
Universidade de São Paulo, 2012
Papel dos receptores dopaminérgicos ‘D IND 1’e ‘D IND 2’do colículo inferior na Opressão de respostas incondicionadas e condicionadas de medo
AC Colombo, ML Brandão
Dopamine D2-Like Receptors Modulate Unconditioned Fear: Role of the
AR de Oliveira, AC Colombo, S Muthuraju, RC Almada, ML Brandao
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