CREB


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AcronymDefinition
CREBcAMP (Adenosine 3'5' Cyclic Monophosphate) Response Element Binding Protein
CREBcAMP Responsive Element Binding (protein)
CREBCalgary Real Estate Board
CREBClean Renewable Energy Bond
CREBCommercial Real Estate Banking (Bank of America)
CREBCertified Real Estate Broker
CREBComité Régional d'Equitation de Bretagne (French: Regional Riding Committee of Britain)
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sup][25],[26] Both cAMP-dependent protein kinase A (PKA) and CREB are activated in the course of spatial learning.
The fact that during periods of nutritional hardship, echinoid larvae up-regulate both CREB and NFKB (Figs.
Numerosos estudios demuestran que la expresion de genes dependiente de CREB es necesaria para la formacion y consolidacion de memorias asociativas (Lamprecht, Hazvi & Dudai, 1997; Yin et al.
In fact, the increase in BDNF mRNA levels could be linked to the activation of NF-[kappa]B and CREB (89).
The low BDNF levels resulted in reduced BDNF signaling, as evidenced by decreased levels of the phosphorylated forms of CREB and another regulatory molecule (Pandey et al.
2006), BIC increased phosphorylation of the active site (Ser133) of CREB (Figure 4A,B).
En contraste, un estudio reporto que la disminucion de CREB no repercute sobre el condicionamiento contextual de miedo, pero si sobre el condicionamiento aversivo a sabores (43).
The CREB program provides these nonprofit utilities with interest-free loans for financing qualified renewable energy projects.
Long-term potentiation, the Hebb rule, and CREB protein are associated with the formation of long-term memories.
In humans, changes in CREB protein expression and phosphorylation have been demonstrated in those committing suicide, and the CREB1 region has been linked to major depressive disorder," the investigators said.