Dra. Janet Murbartián Aguilar

Post-doctoral research fellow: Department of Pharmacology University of Virginia, USA with Dr. Edward Perez-Reyes (2000-2003), and with Dr. Douglas Bayliss (2003-2005).

Ph.D. Physiology: Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados -IPN, México, 2000. 

M.Sc. Genetics and Molecular Biology: Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados -IPN, México. 1996.

B.Sc. Biology: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, México. 1994.

Current Position: Associate Professor.

Member of the National System of Researchers (SNI): Level 1

Research interests:

  • Regulation of ion channels by activation of protein G-coupled receptors.
  • Regulation of ion channels by estrogens

Current postgraduate students:   Araceli Hernández Mendoza (M.Sc. student)

Recent Publications:

1. García G, Martínez-Rojas VA, Ovidedo N, Murbartián J. 2018. Blockade of anoctamin-1 in injured and uninjured nerves reduces neuropathic pain. Brain Res., 1696: 38-48.

 

2. Martínez-Rojas VA, García G, Noriega-Navarro R, Guzmán-Priego CG, Torres-López JE, Granados-Soto V, Murbartián J. 2018. Peripheral and spinal TRPA1 channels contribute to formalin-induced long-lasting mechanical hypersensitivity.J. Pain Res., 11: 51-60.

 

3. Barragán-Iglesias P, Pineda-Farias JB, Bravo-Hernández M, Cervantes-Durán C, Price TJ, Murbartián J, Granados-Soto V. 2016. Predominant role of spinal P2Y1 receptors in the development of neuropathic pain in rats. Brain Res., 1636:43-51.

 

 


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E-mail:murbartian@cinvestav.mx

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