Vicente Felipo
Vicente Felipo
Head, laboratory of Neurobiology, Centro de Investigacion principe Felipe, Valencia, Spain
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Silybin and the liver: from basic research to clinical practice
C Loguercio, D Festi
World journal of gastroenterology: WJG 17 (18), 2288, 2011
Neurobiology of ammonia
V Felipo, RF Butterworth
Progress in neurobiology 67 (4), 259-279, 2002
Mechanism and its regulation of tumor-induced angiogenesis
MK Gupta, RY Qin
World journal of gastroenterology: WJG 9 (6), 1144, 2003
Value of the critical flicker frequency in patients with minimal hepatic encephalopathy
M Romero‐Gómez, J Córdoba, R Jover, JA Del Olmo, M Ramírez, R Rey, ...
Hepatology 45 (4), 879-885, 2007
Repeated alcohol administration during adolescence causes changes in the mesolimbic dopaminergic and glutamatergic systems and promotes alcohol intake in the adult rat
M Pascual, J Boix, V Felipo, C Guerri
Journal of neurochemistry 108 (4), 920-931, 2009
Experimental models of hepatic encephalopathy: ISHEN guidelines
RF Butterworth, MD Norenberg, V Felipo, P Ferenci, J Albrecht, AT Blei, ...
Liver International 29 (6), 783-788, 2009
Hyperammonemia induces neuroinflammation that contributes to cognitive impairment in rats with hepatic encephalopathy
R Rodrigo, O Cauli, U Gomez–Pinedo, A Agusti, V Hernandez–Rabaza, ...
Gastroenterology 139 (2), 675-684, 2010
Activation of N‐methyl‐D‐aspartate receptors in rat brain in vivo following acute ammonia intoxication: Characterization by in vivo brain microdialysis
C Hermenegildo, P Monfort, V Felipo
Hepatology 31 (3), 709-715, 2000
Hepatic encephalopathy: effects of liver failure on brain function
V Felipo
Nature Reviews Neuroscience 14 (12), 851-858, 2013
Superoxide production and antioxidant enzymes in ammonia intoxication in rats
E Kosenko, M Kaminsky, A Kaminsky, M Valencia, L Lee, ...
Free radical research 27 (6), 637-644, 1997
Brain ATP Depletion Induced by Acute Ammonia Intoxication in Rats Is Mediated by Activation of the NMDA Receptor and Na+, K+‐ATPase
E Kosenko, Y Kaminsky, E Grau, MD Miñana, G Marcaida, S Grisolía, ...
Journal of neurochemistry 63 (6), 2172-2178, 1994
Acute ammonia toxicity is mediated by the NMDA type of glutamate receptors
G Marcaida, V Felipo, C Hermenegildo, MD Miñana, S Grisolia
FEBS letters 296 (1), 67-68, 1992
Inflammation and hepatic encephalopathy: ibuprofen restores learning ability in rats with portacaval shunts
O Cauli, R Rodrigo, B Piedrafita, J Boix, V Felipo
Hepatology 46 (2), 514-519, 2007
Blocking NMDA receptors prevents the oxidative stress induced by acute ammonia intoxication
E Kosenko, Y Kaminski, O Lopata, N Muravyov, V Felipo
Free Radical Biology and Medicine 26 (11-12), 1369-1374, 1999
Oral administration of sildenafil restores learning ability in rats with hyperammonemia and with portacaval shunts
S Erceg, P Monfort, M Hernández‐Viadel, R Rodrigo, C Montoliu, V Felipo
Hepatology 41 (2), 299-306, 2005
Chronic hyperammonemia impairs the glutamate–nitric oxide–cyclic GMP pathway in cerebellar neurons in culture and in the rat in vivo
C Hermenegildo, C Montoliu, M Llansola, MD Muñoz, JM Gaztelu, ...
European Journal of Neuroscience 10 (10), 3201-3209, 1998
Glutamine synthetase activity and glutamine content in brain: modulation by NMDA receptors and nitric oxide
E Kosenko, M Llansola, C Montoliu, P Monfort, R Rodrigo, ...
Neurochemistry international 43 (4-5), 493-499, 2003
NMDA receptor antagonists prevent acute ammonia toxicity in mice
C Hermenegildo, G Marcaida, C Montoliu, S Grisolía, MD Miñana, ...
Neurochemical research 21 (10), 1237-1244, 1996
IL-6 and IL-18 in blood may discriminate cirrhotic patients with and without minimal hepatic encephalopathy
C Montoliu, B Piedrafita, MA Serra, JA Del Olmo, A Urios, JM Rodrigo, ...
Journal of clinical gastroenterology 43 (3), 272-279, 2009
Sources of oxygen radicals in brain in acute ammonia intoxication in vivo
E Kosenko, N Venediktova, Y Kaminsky, C Montoliu, V Felipo
Brain research 981 (1-2), 193-200, 2003
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