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Francisco  Pérez-Sánchez

Francisco Pérez-Sánchez


Ph.D. in Biology (Reproductive Biology), Department of Animal Biology, Universitat de València, UVEG, Spain, 1995

Current position

Associate Professor, Department of Cell Biology, Universitat de València, UVEG, Spain

Publications (since 2010)

  1. Perez-Villalba, A., Palop, M. J., Pérez-Sánchez, F. and Fariñas, I. (2015). Assessment of olfactory behavior in mice: odorant detection and habituation-dishabituation tests. Bio-protocol 5(13): e1518.
  2. Soriano-Canton, R., Perez-Villalba, A., Morante-Redolat, J. M., Marques-Torrejon, M. A., Pallas, M., Perez-Sanchez, F. and Farinas, I. (2015). Regulation of the p19(Arf)/p53 pathway by histone acetylation underlies neural stem cell behavior in senescence-prone SAMP8 mice. Aging Cell 14(3): 453-462.
  3. Chirivella, L., Cano-Jaimez, M., Perez-Sanchez, F., Herraez, L., Carretero, J., Farinas, I., Burks, D. J. and Kirstein, M. (2012). IRS2 signalling is required for the development of a subset of sensory spinal neurons. Eur J Neurosci 35(3): 341-352.
  4. Cano-Jaimez, M., Perez-Sanchez, F., Milan, M., Buendia, P., Ambrosio, S. and Farinas, I. (2010). Vulnerability of peripheral catecholaminergic neurons to MPTP is not regulated by alpha-synuclein. Neurobiol Dis 38(1): 92-103.
  5. Perez-Sanchez, F., Milan, M., Buendia, P., Cano-Jaimez, M., Ambrosio, S., Rosenthal, A. and Farinas, I. (2010). Prosurvival effect of human wild-type alpha-synuclein on MPTP-induced toxicity to central but not peripheral catecholaminergic neurons isolated from transgenic mice. Neuroscience 167(2): 261-276.
  6. Marrachelli, V. G., Miranda, F. J., Alabadi, J. A., Milan, M., Cano-Jaimez, M., Kirstein, M., Alborch, E., Farinas, I. and Perez-Sanchez, F. (2010). Perivascular nerve fiber alpha-synuclein regulates contractility of mouse aorta: a link to autonomic dysfunction in Parkinson's disease. Neurochem Int 56(8): 991-998.
Protocols by Francisco Pérez-Sánchez
  1. Assessment of Olfactory Behavior in Mice: Odorant Detection and Habituation-Dishabituation Tests