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Deputy of Research Center of Physiology

Research projects

 

 The research projects of each laboratory are as follow:

 

    .   Learning and  Memory, and Electrophysiology lab projects

Role of pre and infra limbic areas of prefrontal cortex, relation to amygdala, glucocorticoid receptors and its interaction with dopamine system on fear extinction memory in rats: Behavioral, Biochemical, and Histological study.  

To investigate the effects and the potential mechanisms of the protective effects of acute morphine administration on Posttraumatic Stress Disorder –PTSD- in an experimental model.

To study the effects of spirulina microalgae, voluntary exercise and environmental enrichment on cognitive-behavioral impairment, structural, molecular and electrophysiological changes induced by juvenile stress in adult female rat 

To study the effects ofcrocinand voluntary exercise on cognitive-behavioral impairment, structuralandmolecular changes induced by juvenile stress in adult malerats.

The interaction of cannabinoid and glucocorticoid receptors in Infralimbic of prefrontal cortex, CA1 of Hippocampus and Basolateral amygdala on extinction memory in fear conditional model in rat.

An interaction between corticosterone with hippocampus serotonergic receptors (5HT6) on memory consolidation: behavioral and molecular study.

  • Neuropathic pain lab projects

A survey of the Preventive effects of Progesteroneon behavioral pain, electrophysiological parameters of sciatic nerve and inflammatory factor TNF-a serum levels in chronic constriction injury model of rat neuropathic pain.

The role of cannabinoids receptors in peripheral and intra-central effects of Crocin on behavior neuropathic pain responses in Chronic Constriction Injury (CCI) model in Rat.

  •  Addiction lab projects

The study of forced exercise on the cardiac injury and behavioral deficits induced by methadone maintenance treatment and brain BDNF changes in behavioral sensitization phenomenon in morphine withdrawn rats.

Effects of BDNF receptor antagonist on the acquisition, expression, extinctionand reinstatement of morphine conditioned place preference, NAC and mPFC BDNF levels and apoptotic cells in rats.

  • Molecular lab projects

Assessment of the vitamin D effect on the reversibility of behavioral and cellular changes induced by a model of depression produced by chronic unpredictable mild stress in rat hippocampus.

  • Stroke lab projects

Assessment the effect of adipokine resistin on ischemic injury, brain edema, blood brain barrier disruption, apoptosis and cytokine expression in an experimental model of stroke in mice.

  


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