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SCNS. 13. Effect of Riparins I e III, isolated from Aniba riparia, on corticosteroneinduced recent memory impairment in mice

OLIVEIRA, I.C.M.; PONTES, M.C.D.; VASCONCELOS, A.S.; RODRIGUES, F.A.P.; SOUSA, F.C.F.;

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Exposure to stress in mice and psychosocial stress in humans can alter cognitive functions such as learning and memory, and also be associated with the physiopathology of mood disorders and anxiety. Anxiolytic agents and sedatives nowadays prescribed for the treatment of such illnesses do not cause improvement in cognitive function, and even worsening it, as the benzodiazepines do. In previous studies, Riparins I and III (RipI and RipIII), isolated from Aniba riparia, showed themselves to be affective in animal models predictive of anxiolytic and antidepressant activities, not causing change in hippocratic models.

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DOI: 10.5151/isnm-sine18

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OLIVEIRA, I.C.M.; PONTES, M.C.D.; VASCONCELOS, A.S.; RODRIGUES, F.A.P.; SOUSA, F.C.F.; "SCNS. 13. Effect of Riparins I e III, isolated from Aniba riparia, on corticosteroneinduced recent memory impairment in mice", p. 23 . In: In I International Symposium in Neuroscience Meeting, 2013 [Blucher Neuroscience Proceedings n.1 v.1]. São Paulo: Blucher, 2014.
ISSN 2357-772x, DOI 10.5151/isnm-sine18

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