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123-Feb-2022Brain Iron Deficiency Changes the Stoichiometry of Adenosine Receptor Subtypes in Cortico-Striatal Terminals: Implications for Restless Legs SyndromeRodrigues, Matilde S. ; Ferreira, Samira G. ; Quiroz, César; Earley, Christopher J; García-Borreguero, Diego; Cunha, Rodrigo A. ; Ciruela, Francisco ; Köfalvi, Attila ; Ferré, Sergi articleopenAccess
223-Jan-2020Control of glutamate release by complexes of adenosine and cannabinoid receptorsKöfalvi, Attila ; Moreno, Estefanía; Cordomí, Arnau; Cai, Ning-Sheng; Fernández-Dueñas, Victor; Ferreira, Samira G. ; Guixà-González, Ramón; Sánchez-Soto, Marta; Yano, Hideaki; Casadó-Anguera, Verònica; Cunha, Rodrigo A. ; Sebastião, Ana Maria; Ciruela, Francisco ; Pardo, Leonardo; Casadó, Vicent; Ferré, Sergi articleopenAccess
3Nov-2019G protein-coupled receptor 37 (GPR37) emerges as an important modulator of adenosinergic transmission in the striatumMorato, Xavier; Cunha, Rodrigo A. ; Ciruela, Francisco articleopenAccess
42009G protein-coupled receptors oligomerization in the basal ganglia and its implications in Parkinson's diseaseAlbergaria, Catarina Soares de masterThesisopenAccess
52006Heterodimeric adenosine receptors: a device to regulate neurotransmitter releaseCiruela, F. ; Ferré, S. ; Casadó, V. ; Cortés, A. ; Cunha, R. ; Lluis, C. ; Franco, R. articleopenAccess
612-Sep-2019Illuminating G protein-coupled receptors: a bioluminescence-based method to photoactivate receptor ligandsAmaral, Ana Carolina Palmeira domasterThesisembargoedAccess
725-Aug-2017The Parkinson's disease-associated GPR37 receptor interacts with striatal adenosine A2A receptor controlling its cell surface expression and function in vivoMorató, Xavier; Luján, Rafael; López-Cano, Marc; Gandía, Jorge; Stagljar, Igor; Watanabe, Masahiko; Cunha, Rodrigo A. ; Fernández-Dueñas, Víctor; Ciruela, Francisco articleopenAccess