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Salvador Martinez Institute of Neurosciences, Miguel Hernández University-Spanish National Research Council, Spain
1 protocol

Carlos Bueno Institute of Neurosciences, Miguel Hernández University-Spanish National Research Council, Spain
1 protocol

Maria Navarro-Garberí Institute of Neurosciences, Miguel Hernández University-Spanish National Research Council, Spain
1 protocol

Reviewer
Almudena Martínez-Ferre
  • Miguel Hernández University, Spanish National Research Council
  • 1 Author merit

Education

Ph.D. in Neuroscience, Neuroscience Institute of Alicante, University Miguel Hernández, Spain, 2010

Current position

Postdoctoral researcher, Neuroscience Institute of Alicante, University Miguel Hernández – CSIC, Sant Joan d’Alacant, Spain

Publications

  1. Martinez-Ferre, A., Navarro-Garberi, M., Bueno, C. and Martinez, S. (2013). Wnt signal specifies the intrathalamic limit and its organizer properties by regulating Shh induction in the alar plate. J Neurosci 33(9): 3967-3980.
  2. Martinez-Ferre, A. and Martinez, S. (2012). Molecular regionalization of the diencephalon. Front Neurosci 6: 73.
  3. Lopez, T., Figueras, F., Manjarrez, J., Bustos, J., Alvarez, M., Silvestre-Albero, J., Rodriguez-Reinoso, F., Martinez-Ferre, A. and Martinez, E. (2010). Catalytic nanomedicine: a new field in antitumor treatment using supported platinum nanoparticles. In vitro DNA degradation and in vivo tests with C6 animal model on Wistar rats. Eur J Med Chem 45(5): 1982-1990.
  4. Martinez-Ferre, A. and Martinez, S. (2009). The development of the thalamic motor learning area is regulated by Fgf8 expression. J Neurosci 29(42): 13389-13400.
1 Protocol published
Implantation of Dkk-1-soaked Beads into the Neural Tube of Chicken Embryos
Authors:  Almudena Martinez-Ferre, Maria Navarro-Garberí, Carlos Bueno and Salvador Martinez, date: 11/05/2013, view: 5494, Q&A: 0
Chick embryos are known to be a powerful system to test gene function due to the “in vivo” accessibility, short time for results retrieval and the possibility to perform a large number of experiments. Synthetic micro-beads soaked in ...