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Ana Clara Silveira Broggini
Ana Clara Silveira Broggini
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A distinct class of bursting neurons with strong gamma synchronization and stimulus selectivity in monkey V1
I Onorato, S Neuenschwander, J Hoy, B Lima, KS Rocha, AC Broggini, ...
Neuron 105 (1), 180-197. e5, 2020
402020
Pre-ictal increase in theta synchrony between the hippocampus and prefrontal cortex in a rat model of temporal lobe epilepsy
ACS Broggini, IM Esteves, RN Romcy-Pereira, JP Leite, RN Leao
Experimental Neurology 279, 232-242, 2016
342016
Chronic nicotine attenuates behavioral and synaptic plasticity impairments in a streptozotocin model of Alzheimer’s disease
IM Esteves, C Lopes-Aguiar, MT Rossignoli, RN Ruggiero, ACS Broggini, ...
Neuroscience 353, 87-97, 2017
212017
A mechanism for inter-areal coherence through communication based on connectivity and oscillatory power
M Schneider, AC Broggini, B Dann, A Tzanou, C Uran, S Sheshadri, ...
Neuron 109 (24), 4050-4067. e12, 2021
152021
A distinct class of bursting neuronswith strong gamma synchronizationand stimulus selectivity in monkey V1
I Onorato, STN Maciel, J Hoy, B Lima, KS Rocha, AC Broggini, C Uran, ...
2019
BEHAVIORAL, EEG AND NEUROPATHOLOGICAL FEATURES OF AN EPILEPSY FOCAL MODEL INDUCED BY CONTINUOUS LOW INTENSITY ELECTRICAL PERFORANT PATH STIMULATION IN WISTAR RATS
ACS Broggini, RC Scandiuzzi, R Romcy-Pereira, JP Leite
Epilepsy & Behavior, 2014
2014
011—(BRO0187) Electrographic patterns of spontaneous recurrent seizures in a focal model of temporal lobe epilepsy induced by continuous electrical stimulation of the …
ACS Broggini, DC Wolf, IM Esteves, JP Leite
Epilepsy & Behavior 38, 185-186, 2014
2014
086—(WOL0131) Behavioral changes in a rodent model of temporal lobe epilepsy induced by continuous electrical stimulation of the perforant pathway
DC Wolf, ACS Broggini, L Kandratavicius, C Lopes-Aguiar, LS Bueno, ...
Epilepsy & Behavior 38, 219, 2014
2014
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