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Pedro Ferchmin
Title Coordinator, Neuronal Glia Facility
Faculty Rank Professor
Degree Ph.D.
Institution Universidad Central Del Caribe
Department Department of Biochemistry
Clusters Neurological Disorders and Mental Health
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Universidad Central del Caribe
Call Box 60-237
City Bayamon
State PR
Postal Code 00960
Telephone 787-798-3001 X2033
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1965 National University of Buenos Aires Fellow of the National University of Cordoba
1965 National University of Cordoba, Argentina Premio Universidad (University Honor Award)
1967 Research Fellow of the National Council for Science and Technology
1993 Scholarly Productivity Award (EPSCOR, NSF)

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  Research projects funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)

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2018HEAD START CONNECTS: INDIVIDUALIZING AND CONNECTS FAMILIES TO FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICESHHSP233201500059I/HHSP233201500059I
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2018 EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION LEADERSHIP STUDY (EXCELS)HHSP233201500035I / HHSP23337038T
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2018WHAT WORKS CLEARINGHOUSE OF PROVEN AND PROMISING APPROACHES TO MOVE WELFARE RECIPIENTS TO WORKHHSP233201500035I_HHSP23337034T
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2018RACIAL AND ETHNIC DISPARITIES IN HUMAN SERVICES ANALYSIS EXECUTION PROJECTHHSP233201500064I_HHSP23337020T
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2018ASSESSING MODELS OF COORDINATED SERVICES FOR LOW-INCOME CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIESHHSP233201500035I/HHSP23337028T
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2018CHILD CARE INTERSTATE BACKGROUND CHECKS (CC-IBACS)HHSP233201500045I
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2018MOTHER AND INFANT HOME VISITING PROGRAM EVALUATION, LONG-TERM FOLLOW-UP 2 (MIHOPE-LT2)HHSP233201500059I/ HHSP23337010T
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2017EXPLORING THE RELATION BETWEEN POSITIVE BEHAVIOR SUPPORT AND LANGUAGE LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES IN PRESCHOOL CLASSROOMS.90YR0101-01
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2017ADDRESSING THE NEEDS OF INFANTS AND TODDLERS EXPOSED TO MALTREATMENT: EXAMINING THE IMPACT OF AN INTEGRATED EARLY HEAD START & CHILDREN AND YOUTH SERVICES PROGRAM90YR0102-01
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2017LEVERAGING HOME LANGUAGES TO PROMOTE EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONING90YR0103-01
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2017A STRENGTHS-BASED APPROACH TO EXAMINING SUPPORTS FOR SELF-REGULATION SKILLS OF LATINO CHILDREN RAISED IN POVERTY90YR0104-01
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2017OBSERVING SELF-REGULATION IN CONTEXT IN HEAD START CLASSROOMS AND DUAL LANGUAGE LEARNERS SCHOOL READINESS90YR0105-01
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2017IMPLEMENTATION AND ASSESSMENT OF COMPETENCIES FOR TEACHERS AND CAREGIVERS SERVING INFANTS AND TODDLERSHHSP233201500035I/HHSP23337021T
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2017ASSESSMENT AND MAPPING OF COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS IN HOME VISITING (AMC-HV)HHSP233201500034I/HHSP23337002T
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2017CHILD MALTREATMENT INCIDENCE DATA LINKAGES (CMI DATA LINKAGES)HHSP233201500035I/HHSP23337022T
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2017EVIDENCE BUILDING IN TANF: ADVANCING INNOVATIONS TO PROMOTE EMPLOYMENT AND ECONOMIC SECURITY FOR LOW-INCOME INDIVIDUALSHHSP233201500059I/HHSP23337006T
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2017HEAD START FAMILY AND CHILD EXPERIENCES SURVEY (FACES) 2019HHSP233201500035I/HHSP23337024T
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2016TWO-GENERATION APPROACHES TO IMPROVING FAMILY SELF-SUFFICIENCYHHSP233201500035I/HHSP23337003T
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2016BUILDING CAPACITY TO EVALUATE INTERVENTIONS FOR YOUTH/YOUNG ADULTS WITH CHILD WELFARE INVOLVEMENT AT-RISK OF HOMELESSNESS: PHASE IIHHSP233201500035I/HHSP23337013T
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2016PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT TOOLS TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF INFANT AND TODDLER CAREHHSP233201500035I/HHSP23337007T
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2016ASSESSING THE EVIDENCE: HOME VISITING EVIDENCE OF EFFECTIVENESSGS-10F-0050L/HHSP233201500115G
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2016TRIBAL HOME VISITING EVALUATION INSTITUTEGS-10F-0204K/HHSP233201500114G
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2016FAMILY SELF-SUFFICIENCY DATA CENTER90PD0272-04
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2016EVALUATION OF GOAL-DIRECTED PSYCHOLOGICAL CAPITAL AND EMPLOYER COACHING IN HEALTH PROFESSION OPPORTUNITY DEVELOPMENT90HG1003-01
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2016CULTURE OF CONTINUOUS LEARNING PROJECT: A BREAKTHROUGH SERIES COLLABORATIVE FOR IMPROVING CHILD CARE AND HEAD START QUALITYHHSP233201500034I/HHSP23337001T
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2016DOMESTIC HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND THE CHILD WELFARE POPULATIONHHSP23320150039I/HHSP23337011T
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2016EVALUATION OF COACHING-FOCUSED INTERVENTIONS FOR HARD-TO-EMPLOY TANF CLIENTS AND OTHER LOW-INCOME POPULATIONSHHSP233201500035I/HHSP23337018T
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2016EVALUATION OF THE NATIONAL HUMAN TRAFFICKING HOTLINE PROGRAMHHSP233201500039I/ HHSP23337007T
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2016MULTI-SITE IMPLEMENTATION EVALUATION OF TRIBAL HOME VISITING (MUSE)HHSP233201500133I/HHSP23337004T
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2016VARIATIONS IN IMPLEMENTATION OF QUALITY INTERVENTIONS: EXAMINING THE QUALITY-CHILD OUTCOMES RELATIONSHIP IN CHILD CARE AND EARLY EDUCATION (VIQI)HHSP233201500059I/HHSP23337002T
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2016DESIGN OPTIONS FOR HOME VISITING EVALUATION (DOHVE) 2.0HHSP233201500133I/HHSP23337002T
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2016ADVANCING WELFARE AND FAMILY SELF-SUFFICIENCY RESEARCH PROJECT (FOLLOW-ON) HHSP233201500035I/HHSP23337017T
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2016HPOG UNIVERSITY PARTNERSHIPS 2.0 RESEARCH SUPPORTHHSP233201500071I/HHSP23337011T
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2015THE CHANGING LANDSCAPE OF PUBLICLY-FUNDED CENTER-BASED CHILD CARE: 1990 AND 2012.90YE0165-01
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2015SUBSIDY UTILIZATION AND IMPACT ON EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION OF LOW-INCOME CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS90YE0166-01
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2015PROMOTING SOCIAL COMPETENCE IN ECE: PREDICTING THE DEVELOPMENT OF PROSOCIAL BEHAVIOR FROM EARLY EXPERIENCES IN CHILD CARE AND FAMILIES90YE0168-01
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2015THE IMPACT OF EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION IN CHILD NUTRITION, SEDENTARY BEHAVIOR AND OBESITY BY KINDERGARTEN90YE0170-01
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2015HOW PARENTAL PREFERENCES AND SUBSIDY RECEIPT SHAPE IMMIGRANT FAMILIES? CHILD CARE CHOICES90YE0171-01
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2015SUPPORTING LOW-INCOME FAMILIES: STATE VARIATIONS IN CHILD CARE SUBSIDIES AND TANF POLICIES AND CHILDREN'S DEVELOPMENTAL ECOLOGIES90YE0173-01
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2015MITIGATING SUSCEPTIBILITY WITH THE CHILD CARE DEVELOPMENT FUND: USING FOUR LARGE DATA SETS TO CLASSIFY RISK PROFILES AND RISK TRANSMISSION BY MODIFIABLE FACTORS90YE0175-01
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2015ARE HIGHER SUBSIDY PAYMENT RATES AND PROVIDER-FRIENDLY PAYMENT POLICIES ASSOCIATED WITH CHILD CARE QUALITY?90YE0177-01
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2015CHILD CARE FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE PARENTAL ENGAGEMENT: UNDERSTANDING LONGITUDINAL PATHWAYS TO CHILDREN?S SCHOOL READINESS90YE0178-01
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2015CONSTELLATIONS OF SUPPORT: TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN HEAD START AND CHILD OUTCOMES90YE0179-01
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2015SUHMRE: SAME-SEX RELATIONSHIPS: UPDATES TO HEALTHY MARRIAGE AND RELATIONSHIP EDUCATION PROGRAMMINGHHSP233201500064I/HHSP23337001T
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2014ASSESSING THE COST AND IMPLEMENTATION OF HIGH QUALITY EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION (ACIHQECE)HHSP23320095642WC-01
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2014INTERMEDIATE OUTCOMES OF CAREER PATHWAYS PROGRAMSHHSP233200956WC-01
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2014CHILD CARE AND DEVELOPMENT FUND (CCDF) POLICIES DATABASE PROJECTHHSP23320095654WC-01
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2014EVALUATION OF DOMESTIC HUMAN TRAFFICKING DEMONSTRATION PROJECTSHHSP23320095651WC-01
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2014HOMELESS FAMILIES RESEARCH BRIEFSHHSP23320095624WC-01
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2014RESPONDING TO INTIMATE VIOLENCE IN RELATIONSHIP PROGRAMS (RIVIR)HHSP23320095651WC-01
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2014UNDERSTANDING THE INTERSECTION BETWEEN TANF AND REFUGEE CASH ASSISTANCE SERVICESHHSP23320095624WC-01
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2014IMPROVING CHILDREN?S WELL-BEING: IDENTIFYING MECHANISMS AND TIMING OF FAMILY STRENGTHENING PROGRAMS FOR LOW-INCOME FAMILIES THROUGH DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION MODELING90PD0285-01
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2013MOTHER AND INFANT HOME VISITING PROGRAM EVALUATION (MIHOPE)HHSP23337003T-03
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2013STUDY OF EMPLOYMENT AND ADVANCEMENT OF RACIAL, ETHNIC AND LINGUISTIC MINORITIES90PH0021-02
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2013CHILD CARE AND EARLY EDUCATION POLICY AND RESEARCH ANALYSES (CCEEPRA)HHSP23320095631WC-01
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2013EARLY HEAD START-CHILD CARE PARTNERSHIPS STUDYHHSP23320095642WC-01
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2013EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING EVIDENCE REVIEWHHSP23320095642WC-01
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2013MATERNAL, INFANT AND EARLY CHILDHOOD HOME VISITING EVALUATION (MIHOPE) IIHHSP23320095644WC-01
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2013JOB SEARCH ASSISTANCE EVALUATIONHHSP23320095624WC-01
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2013CHILD CARE ADMINISTRATIVE DATA ANALYSIS90YE0148-01
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2013HEAD START UNIVERSITY PARTNERSHIPS: DUAL GENERATION APPROACHES90YR0073-01
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2013HEAD START UNIVERSITY PARTNERSHIPS: DUAL GENERATION APPROACHES90YR0075-01
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2013HUMAN SERVICES RESEARCH PARTNERSHIPS: PUERTO RICO 90YR0072-01

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1. Hu J, Ferchmin PA, Hemmerle AM, Seroogy KB, Eterovic VA, Hao J. 4R-Cembranoid Improves Outcomes after 6-Hydroxydopamine Challenge in Both In vitro and In vivo Models of Parkinson''s Disease. Front Neurosci. 2017; 11:272.
2. Ferchmin PA, Pérez D, Cuadrado BL, Carrasco M, Martins AH, Eterovic VA. Neuroprotection Against Diisopropylfluorophosphate in Acute Hippocampal Slices. Neurochem Res. 2015 Oct; 40(10):2143-51.
3. Ferchmin PA, Eterovic VA. Preface for the Special Issue Prof. Lynn Wecker. Neurochem Res. 2015 Oct; 40(10):2007-8.
4. Vélez-Carrasco W, Green CE, Catz P, Furimsky A, O''Loughlin K, Eterovic VA, Ferchmin PA. Pharmacokinetics and Metabolism of 4R-Cembranoid. PLoS One. 2015; 10(3):e0121540.
5. Berríos VO, Boukli NM, Rodriguez JW, Negraes PD, Schwindt TT, Trujillo CA, Oliveira SL, Cubano LA, Ferchmin PA, Eterovic VA, Ulrich H, Martins AH. Paraoxon and Pyridostigmine Interfere with Neural Stem Cell Differentiation. Neurochem Res. 2015 Oct; 40(10):2091-101.
6. Martins AH, Hu J, Xu Z, Mu C, Alvarez P, Ford BD, El Sayed K, Eterovic VA, Ferchmin PA, Hao J. Neuroprotective activity of (1S,2E,4R,6R,-7E,11E)-2,7,11-cembratriene-4,6-diol (4R) in vitro and in vivo in rodent models of brain ischemia. Neuroscience. 2015 Apr 16; 291:250-259.
7. Ferchmin PA, Andino M, Reyes Salaman R, Alves J, Velez-Roman J, Cuadrado B, Carrasco M, Torres-Rivera W, Segarra A, Martins AH, Lee JE, Eterovic VA. 4R-cembranoid protects against diisopropylfluorophosphate-mediated neurodegeneration. Neurotoxicology. 2014 Sep; 44:80-90.
8. Torres-Rivera W, Pérez D, Park KY, Carrasco M, Platt MO, Eterovic VA, Ferchmin PA, Ulrich H, Martins AH. Kinin-B2 receptor exerted neuroprotection after diisopropylfluorophosphate-induced neuronal damage. Neuroscience. 2013 Sep 05; 247:273-9.
9. Eterovic VA, Del Valle-Rodriguez A, Pérez D, Carrasco M, Khanfar MA, El Sayed KA, Ferchmin PA. Protective activity of (1S,2E,4R,6R,7E,11E)-2,7,11-cembratriene-4,6-diol analogues against diisopropylfluorophosphate neurotoxicity: preliminary structure-activity relationship and pharmacophore modeling. Bioorg Med Chem. 2013 Aug 01; 21(15):4678-86.
10. Ferchmin PA, Pérez D, Castro Alvarez W, Penzo MA, Maldonado HM, Eterovic VA. ?-Aminobutyric acid type A receptor inhibition triggers a nicotinic neuroprotective mechanism. J Neurosci Res. 2013 Mar; 91(3):416-25.
11. Rodriguez-Mercado R, Ford GD, Xu Z, Kraiselburd EN, Martinez MI, Eterovic VA, Colon E, Rodriguez IV, Portilla P, Ferchmin PA, Gierbolini L, Rodriguez-Carrasquillo M, Powell MD, Pulliam JV, McCraw CO, Gates A, Ford BD. Acute neuronal injury and blood genomic profiles in a nonhuman primate model for ischemic stroke. Comp Med. 2012 Oct; 62(5):427-38.
12. Martins AH, Alves JM, Perez D, Carrasco M, Torres-Rivera W, Eterovic VA, Ferchmin PA, Ulrich H. Kinin-B2 receptor mediated neuroprotection after NMDA excitotoxicity is reversed in the presence of kinin-B1 receptor agonists. PLoS One. 2012; 7(2):e30755.
13. Eterovic VA, Pérez D, Martins AH, Cuadrado BL, Carrasco M, Ferchmin PA. A cembranoid protects acute hippocampal slices against paraoxon neurotoxicity. Toxicol In Vitro. 2011 Oct; 25(7):1468-74.
14. Ferchmin PA, Pagán OR, Ulrich H, Szeto AC, Hann RM, Eterovic VA. Actions of octocoral and tobacco cembranoids on nicotinic receptors. Toxicon. 2009 Dec 15; 54(8):1174-82.
15. Ghiani CA, Beltran-Parrazal L, Sforza DM, Malvar JS, Seksenyan A, Cole R, Smith DJ, Charles A, Ferchmin PA, de Vellis J. Genetic program of neuronal differentiation and growth induced by specific activation of NMDA receptors. Neurochem Res. 2007 Feb; 32(2):363-76.
16. Ghiani CA, Lelievre V, Beltran-Parrazal L, Sforza DM, Malvar J, Smith DJ, Charles AC, Ferchmin PA, de Vellis J. Gene expression is differentially regulated by neurotransmitters in embryonic neuronal cortical culture. J Neurochem. 2006 Apr; 97 Suppl 1:35-43.
17. Ferchmin PA, Hao J, Perez D, Penzo M, Maldonado HM, Gonzalez MT, Rodriguez AD, de Vellis J. Tobacco cembranoids protect the function of acute hippocampal slices against NMDA by a mechanism mediated by alpha4beta2 nicotinic receptors. J Neurosci Res. 2005 Dec 01; 82(5):631-41.
18. Ferchmin PA, Perez D, Eterovic VA, de Vellis J. Nicotinic receptors differentially regulate N-methyl-D-aspartate damage in acute hippocampal slices. J Pharmacol Exp Ther. 2003 Jun; 305(3):1071-8.
19. Ferchmin PA, Lukas RJ, Hann RM, Fryer JD, Eaton JB, Pagán OR, Rodríguez AD, Nicolau Y, Rosado M, Cortés S, Eterovic VA. Tobacco cembranoids block behavioral sensitization to nicotine and inhibit neuronal acetylcholine receptor function. J Neurosci Res. 2001 Apr 01; 64(1):18-25.
20. Ferchmin PA, Pérez D, Biello M. Spermine is neuroprotective against anoxia and N-methyl-D-aspartate in hippocampal slices. Brain Res. 2000 Mar 24; 859(2):273-9.
21. Claudio OI, Ferchmin P, Velísek L, Sperber EF, Moshé SL, Ortiz JG. Plasticity of excitatory amino acid transporters in experimental epilepsy. Epilepsia. 2000; 41 Suppl 6:S104-10.
22. Eterovic VA, Lu R, Eakin AE, Rodríguez AD, Ferchmin PA. Determinants of phencyclidine potency on the nicotinic acetylcholine receptors from muscle and electric organ. Cell Mol Neurobiol. 1999 Dec; 19(6):745-57.
23. Hann RM, Pagán OR, Gregory L, Jácome T, Rodríguez AD, Ferchmin PA, Lu R, Eterovic VA. Characterization of cembranoid interaction with the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor. J Pharmacol Exp Ther. 1998 Oct; 287(1):253-60.
24. Eterovic VA, Torres E, Ferchmin PA. Spermine does not compete with omega-conotoxin GVIA in the striatum radiatum of the hippocampal slice. Brain Res. 1997 Oct 24; 772(1-2):191-202.
25. Ferchmin PA, Eterovic VA, Rivera EM, Teyler TJ. Spermine increases paired-pulse facilitation in area CA1 of hippocampus in a calcium-dependent manner. Brain Res. 1995 Aug 21; 689(2):189-96.
26. Lipton P, Aitken PG, Dudek FE, Eskessen K, Espanol MT, Ferchmin PA, Kelly JB, Kreisman NR, Landfield PW, Larkman PM, et al. Making the best of brain slices: comparing preparative methods. J Neurosci Methods. 1995 Jun; 59(1):151-6.
27. Gonzalez-Lima F, Ferchmin PA, Eterovic VA, Gonzalez-Lima EM. Metabolic activation of the brain of young rats after exposure to environmental complexity. Dev Psychobiol. 1994 Sep; 27(6):343-51.
28. DiScenna PG, Ferchmin PA, Eterovic VA, Teyler TJ. Spermine depresses NMDA, K/AMPA and GABAA-mediated synaptic transmission in the rat hippocampal slice preparation. Brain Res. 1994 Jun 06; 647(2):353-6.
29. Ferchmin PA, Rivera E, Eterovic VA. alpha-Difluoromethylornithine does not antagonize the behavioral effects of putrescine. Pharmacol Biochem Behav. 1993 Aug; 45(4):967-71.
30. Eterovic VA, Hann RM, Ferchmin PA, Rodriguez AD, Li L, Lee YH, McNamee MG. Diterpenoids from Caribbean gorgonians act as noncompetitive inhibitors of the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor. Cell Mol Neurobiol. 1993 Apr; 13(2):99-110.
31. Eterovic VA, Li L, Ferchmin PA, Lee YH, Hann RM, Rodriguez AD, McNamee MG. The ion channel of muscle and electric organ acetylcholine receptors: differing affinities for noncompetitive inhibitors. Cell Mol Neurobiol. 1993 Apr; 13(2):111-21.
32. Ferchmin PA, DiScenna P, Borroni AM, Morales Velez M, Rivera EM, Teyler TJ. alpha-Difluoromethylornithine decreases inhibitory transmission in hippocampal slices independently of its inhibitory effect on ornithine decarboxylase. Brain Res. 1993 Jan 22; 601(1-2):95-102.
33. Szczawinska K, Ferchmin PA, Hann RM, Eterovic VA. Electric organ polyamines and their effects on the acetylcholine receptor. Cell Mol Neurobiol. 1992 Apr; 12(2):95-106.
34. Ferchmin PA. Are polyamines modulators of the CNS? Ann N Y Acad Sci. 1991; 627:354-8.
35. Ferchmin PA, Eterovic VA. Putrescine decreases exploration of a black and white maze. Pharmacol Biochem Behav. 1990 Nov; 37(3):445-9.
36. Ferchmin PA, Eterovic VA. Experience affects cortical but not subcortical polyamines. Pharmacol Biochem Behav. 1990 Jan; 35(1):255-8.
37. Eterovic VA, Escalona de Motta G, Hann RM, Lasalde JA, Prieto JA, Ferchmin PA. Positive modulators of muscle acetylcholine receptor. J Recept Res. 1989; 9(2):107-25.
38. Ferchmin PA, Eterovic VA. Role of polyamines in experience-dependent brain plasticity. Pharmacol Biochem Behav. 1987 Feb; 26(2):341-9.
39. Ferchmin PA, Eterovic VA. Forty minutes of experience increase the weight and RNA content of cerebral cortex in periadolescent rats. Dev Psychobiol. 1986 Nov; 19(6):511-9.
40. Eterovic VA, Ferchmin PA. Interaction with objects by group-living Saimiri sciureus. P R Health Sci J. 1985 Dec; 4(3):121-5.
41. del Castillo J, Escalona de Motta G, Eterovic VA, Ferchmin PA. Succinyl derivatives of N-tris (hydroxymethyl) methyl-2-aminoethane sulphonic acid: their effects on the frog neuromuscular junction. Br J Pharmacol. 1985 Feb; 84(2):275-88.
42. Ferchmin PA, Eterovic VA, Levin LE. Genetic learning deficiency does not hinder environment-dependent brain growth. Physiol Behav. 1980 Jan; 24(1):45-50.
43. Ferchmin PA, Eterovic VA. Mechanism of brain growth by environmental stimulation. Science. 1979 Aug 03; 205(4405):522.
44. Eterovic VA, Ferchmin PA. Predicted secondary structure of snake venom toxins from their primary structures. Int J Pept Protein Res. 1977; 10(3):245-51.
45. Ferchmin PA, Morimoto H, Bennett EL. Effect of GTP and other nucleoside triphosphates on GMP incorporation by isolated cortical nuclei. J Neurochem. 1975 Oct; 25(4):437-43.
46. Ferchmin PA, Bennett EL. Direct contact with enriched environment is required to alter cerebral weights in rats. J Comp Physiol Psychol. 1975 Jan; 88(1):360-7.
47. Morimoto H, Ferchmin PA, Bennett EL. Spectrophotometric analysis of RNA and DNA using cetyltrimethylammonium bromide. Anal Biochem. 1974 Dec; 62(2):436-48.
48. Eterovic VA, Ferchmin PA. Interaction of environment and injections on brain weight in rats. Dev Psychobiol. 1974 Nov; 7(6):515-7.
49. Eterovic VA, Ferchmin PA, Caputto R. Influence of rat exploratory activity on brain oxygen uptake in vitro. Int J Neurosci. 1973 Mar; 5(3):133-7.
50. Ferchmin PA, Eterovic VA, Caputto R. Studies of brain weight and RNA content after short periods of exposure to environmental complexity. Brain Res. 1970 May 20; 20(1):49-57.
51. CUMAR FA, FERCHMIN PA, CAPUTTO R. ISOLATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF A LACTOSE PHOSPHATE ESTER FROM COW COLOSTRUM. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 1965 Jun 18; 20:60-2.

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