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Juan Triviņo Paredes
Juan Triviņo Paredes
Neuroscience Program Graduate Student, University of Victoria
Verified email at uvic.ca
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The effects of hormones and physical exercise on hippocampal structural plasticity
J Triviņo-Paredes, AR Patten, J Gil-Mohapel, BR Christie
Frontiers in neuroendocrinology 41, 23-43, 2016
792016
Revisiting the flip side: long-term depression of synaptic efficacy in the hippocampus
C Pinar, CJ Fontaine, J Triviņo-Paredes, CP Lottenberg, J Gil-Mohapel, ...
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 80, 394-413, 2017
422017
A rapid neurological assessment protocol for repeated mild traumatic brain injury in awake rats
BR Christie, J Trivino‐Paredes, C Pinar, KJ Neale, A Meconi, H Reid, ...
Current protocols in neuroscience 89 (1), e80, 2019
112019
Acute slice preparation for electrophysiology increases spine numbers equivalently in the male and female juvenile hippocampus: a DiI labeling study
JS Trivino-Paredes, PC Nahirney, C Pinar, P Grandes, BR Christie
Journal of Neurophysiology 122 (3), 958-969, 2019
82019
Hippocampal cognitive impairment in juvenile rats after repeated mild traumatic brain injury
C Pinar, J Trivino-Paredes, ST Perreault, BR Christie
Behavioural Brain Research 387, 112585, 2020
52020
Unlocking the brain: A new method for Western blot protein detection from fixed brain tissue
JS Thacker, D Andersen, S Liang, N Zieniewicz, JS Trivino-Paredes, ...
Journal of Neuroscience Methods 348, 108995, 2021
22021
Practical considerations for in vivo electrophysiology along the dorsoventral hippocampal axis
JL Leasure, J Trivino-Paredes, BR Christie
Handbook of behavioral neuroscience 28, 85-93, 2018
22018
REPEATED MILD TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY IMPAIRS LONG-TERM DEPRESSION OF SYNAPTIC EFFICACY IN THE HIPPOCAMPUS.
C Pinar, C Fontaine, J Trivino-Paredes, A Gross, B Christie
JOURNAL OF NEUROTRAUMA 39 (11-12), A79-A79, 2022
2022
Repeated mild traumatic brain injury is associated with acute microvascular damage in juvenile male and female rats
JS Trivino Paredes
2021
Nervous System Pathophysiology: Acute slice preparation for electrophysiology increases spine numbers equivalently in the male and female juvenile hippocampus: a DiI labeling study
JS Trivino-Paredes, PC Nahirney, C Pinar, P Grandes, BR Christie
Journal of Neurophysiology 122 (3), 958, 2019
2019
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