Repositorio Kérwá


Acceso abierto a la producción científica y académica de la Universidad de Costa Rica

UCRIndex se encarga de la gestión del Repositorio Kérwá, que, desde julio de 2010, almacena, difunde y preserva la producción científica y académica de la Universidad de Costa Rica. Ofrece acceso abierto a libros, documentos técnicos y de trabajo; artículos, tesis, registros de audio y vídeo, informes de investigación, entre otros.

Tanto autores como unidades de la Universidad de Costa Rica pueden depositar su producción en el repositorio y así colocarla a disposición del público en general.

Lo último en Kérwá

Differential effect of environment enrichment and social isolation on depressive-like behavior, spontaneous activity and serotonin and norepinephrine concentration in prefrontal cortex and ventral striatum
martes, enero 1
Differential effect of environment enrichment and social isolation on depressive-like behavior, spontaneous activity and serotonin and norepinephrine concentration in prefrontal cortex and ventral striatum
Dawley rats were reared from weaning in either social isolation, standard laboratory conditions, or environmental enrichment. Open-field activity
was assessed at postnatal days 37, 65, 93 and 107 [Leer más]
Factor analysis of Forced Swimming test, Sucrose Preference test and Open Field test on enriched, social and isolated reared rats
domingo, enero 1
Factor analysis of Forced Swimming test, Sucrose Preference test and Open Field test on enriched, social and isolated reared rats
Developmental and social factors are known to play a crucial role in the pathogenesis of affective disorders. Although it has been demonstrated that early life aversive experiences can be a risk [Leer más]
Methylmercury increases S100B content in rat cerebrospinal fluid
martes, febrero 1
Methylmercury increases S100B content in rat cerebrospinal fluid
S100B, a calcium binding protein physiologically produced and released by astrocytes, has been used as a peripheral marker of brain damage. Here, we investigated the effects of subcutaneous injections of methylmercury chloride (MeHg–5 mg/kg), an environmental neurotoxicant, on S100B protein content in cerebrospinal [Leer más]
Time course of deficits in open field behavior after unilateral neostriatal 6-hydroxydopamine lesions
martes, enero 1
Time course of deficits in open field behavior after unilateral neostriatal 6-hydroxydopamine lesions
In this study, the degree and time course of deficits in open field behavior was analyzed in male Wistar rats (aged 1 year) which had received unilateral neostriatal lesions with 6-OHDA. The post-mortem neurochemical analysis showed that dopamine [Leer más]