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Dr. Abimael González Hernández
Investigador Asoc. C T.C.

Laboratorio B-16, Instituto de Neurobiología - UNAM, Boulevard Juriquilla 3001, Juriquilla, Querétaro, México, C.P. 76230, Querétaro, México

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Research Interest

  1. Effect of the electrical stimulation of the hypothalamic paraventricular nuclei (PVN) on the neuronal activity of the trigeminal caudal subnucleus (Sp5C)
  2. Potential analgesic effects of oxytocin in humans
  3. The role of insular cortex (ICx) on the nociceptive modulation and its connection with the hypothalamic paraventricular nuclei (PVN)
  4. The role of supraspinal structures in the spinal long-term potentiation (LTP) induced by electrical stimulation of the sciatic nerve

Most Recent Publications

1. Cóndes-Lara M, Martínez-Lorenzana G, Rojas-Piloni G, Tello-García I, Manzano García A, Rubio-Beltrán E, González-Hernández A, Axons of individual dorsal horn neurons bifurcated to project in both the anterolateral and postsynaptic dorsal column systems, Neuroscience, January 2018; 371, 176-190 online

2. García-Boll E, Martínez-Lorenzana G, Condés-Lara M, González-Hernández A, Oxytocin inhibits the rat medullary dorsal horn Sp5c/C1 nociceptive transmission through OT but not V1A receptors, Neuropharmacology, January 2018; 129, 109-117 online

3. González-Hernández A, Marichal-Cancino BA, MaassenVanDenBrink A, Villalón CM, Side effects associated with current and prospective antimigraine pharmacotherapies, Expert Opinion on Drug Metabolism & Toxicology, January 2018; 14(1), 25-41 online

4. González-Hernández A, Manzano-García A de J, Martínez-Lorenzana G, Tello-García IA, Carranza M, Arámburo C, Condés-Lara, Peripheral oxytocin receptors inhibits the nociceptive activity of spinal dorsal horn wide dynamic range neurons, Pain, January 2017; 158(11), 2117-2128 online

5. Manzano-García A, González-Hernández A, Martínez-Lorenzana G, Tello-García IA, Condés-Lara M, The role of peripheral V1a and oxytocin receptors on the subcutaneous vasopressin antinociceptive effects, European Journal Of Pain, November 2017; -(-), 16 online