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      From the Cajal alumni Achucarro and Rio-Hortega to the rediscovery of never-resting microglia 

      Tremblay, Marie-Ève; Lecours, Cynthia; Samson, Louis; Sánchez Zafra, Víctor; Sierra Saavedra, Amanda (Frontiers Research Foundation, 2015-04-14)
      Under the guidance of Ramon y Cajal, a plethora of students flourished and began to apply his silver impregnation methods to study brain cells other than neurons: the neuroglia. In the first decades of the twentieth century, ...
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      Neuronal Hyperactivity Disturbs ATP Microgradients, Impairs Microglial Motility, and Reduces Phagocytic Receptor Expression Triggering Apoptosis/Microglial Phagocytosis Uncoupling 

      Abiega, Oihane; Beccari, Sol; Diaz-Aparicio, Irune; Nadjar, Agnes; Layé, Sophie; Leyrolle, Quentin; Gómez-Nicola, Diego; Domercq García, María; Pérez-Samartín, Alberto; Sánchez-Zafra, Víctor; Paris, Iñaki; Valero, Jorge; Savage, Julie C.; Hui, Chin-Wai; Tremblay, Marie-Ève; Deudero, Juan J. P.; Brewster, Amy L.; Anderson, Anne E.; Zaldumbide Dueñas, Laura; Galbarriatu, Lara; Marinas, Ainhoa; Vivanco, Maria dM; Matute Almau, Carlos José; Maletic-Savatic, Mirjana; Encinas Pérez, Juan Manuel; Sierra Saavedra, Amanda (2016)
      Phagocytosis by microglia is tightly coupled to apoptosis, swiftly removing apoptotic cells and actively maintaining tissue homeostasis, but the neuronal hyperactivity associated with epilepsy disrupts the ATP gradients ...
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      Pio del Rio Hortega and the discovery of the oligodendrocytes 

      Pérez Cerdá, Fernando; Sánchez Gómez, María Victoria; Matute Almau, Carlos José (Frontiers Research Foundation, 2015-07-07)
      Rio del Rio Hortega (1882-1945) discovered microglia and oligodendrocytes (OLGs), and after Ramon y Cajal, was the most prominent figure of the Spanish school of neurology. He began his scientific career with Nicolas ...