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personal data approved: 2016. VIII. 17.
Personal data
name Ágota Ádám
year of birth 1978
name of institution
doctoral school
SE János Szentágothai Doctoral School of Neurosciences (Academic staff member)
Contact details
E-mail address cicunyatkayahoo.com
phone number +36 1 459-1500/53647
Academic title
scientific degree, title Ph.D.
year degree was obtained 2010
discipline to which degree belongs theoretical medicine
institution granting the degree Semmelweis University, Faculty of Medicine, Budapest
Employment
2008 - Semmelweis University, Budapest
egyetemi kutató
Thesis topic supervisor
number of doctoral students supervised until now
number of students who fulfilled course requirements
students who obtained their degrees:
Research
research area Effects of addictive drugs on the developing nervous system.
research field in which current research is conducted theoretical medicine
biology
Publications
2015

Gerecsei LI, Adam A: A dizajner drog metilendioxi-pirovaleron hatasa a fejlodo idegrendszerre kiserletes allatmodellben., ORVOSI HETILAP 156: (30) pp. 1221-1225.
type of document: Journal paper/Article
language: Hungarian
DOI 
2014

Ágota Ádám, László István Gerecsei, Nikolett Lepesi, András Csillag: Apoptotic effects of the ’designer drug’ methylenedioxypyrovalerone (MDPV) on the neonatal mouse brain, NEUROTOXICOLOGY 44: pp. 231-236.
type of document: Journal paper/Article
number of independent citations: 1
language: English
DOI 
2014

Zsedenyi CK, Zachar G, Csillag A, Adam A: Effect of synthetic cathinones: mephedrone, butylone and 3,4 methylene-dioxypyrovalerone (MDPV) on social separation induced distress vocalization, vigilance and postural control of young domestic chicks., NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS 580: pp. 88-93.
type of document: Journal paper/Article
number of independent citations: 1
language: English
DOI 
2012

Hanics Janos, Balint Eszter, Milanovich Daniel, Zachar Gergely, Adam Agota, Csillag Andras: Amygdalofugal axon terminals immunoreactive for L-aspartate or L-glutamate in the nucleus accumbens of rats and domestic chickens: a comparative electron microscopic immunocytochemical study combined with anterograde pathway tracing, CELL AND TISSUE RESEARCH 350: (3) pp. 409-423.
type of document: Journal paper/Article
language: English
DOI 
2008

Csillag A, Balint E, Adam A, Zachar G: The organisation of the basal ganglia in the domestic chick (Gallus domesticus): Anatomical localisation of DARPP-32 in relation to glutamate, BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN 76: (3) pp. 183-191.
type of document: Journal paper/Article
number of independent citations: 8
language: English
DOI 
2008

Adam AS, Wenger T, Csillag A: The cannabinoid CB1 receptor antagonist rimonabant dose-dependently inhibits memory recall in the passive avoidance task in domestic chicks (Gallus domesticus), BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN 76: (3) pp. 272-274.
type of document: Journal paper/Article
number of independent citations: 9
language: English
DOI 
2006

Adam AS, Csillag A: Differential distribution of L-aspartate-and L-glutamate-immunoreactive structures in the arcopallium and medial striatum of the domestic chick (Gallus domesticus), JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY 498: (2) pp. 266-276.
type of document: Journal paper/Article
number of independent citations: 4
language: English
DOI 
2004

Balint E, Kitka T, Zachar G, Adam A, Hemmings HC, Csillag A: Abundance and location of DARPP-32 in striato-tegmental circuits of domestic chicks, JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL NEUROANATOMY 28: (1-2) pp. 27-36.
type of document: Journal paper/Article
number of independent citations: 6
language: English
DOI 
2004

Montagnese CM, Szekely AD, Adam A, Csillag A: Efferent connections of septal nuclei of the domestic chick (Gallus domesticus): An anterograde pathway tracing study with a bearing on functional circuits, JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY 469: (3) pp. 437-456.
type of document: Journal paper/Review paper
number of independent citations: 36
language: English
DOI 
2003

Hungund BL, Szakall I, Adam A, Basavarajappa BS, Vadasz C: Cannabinoid CB1 receptor knockout mice exhibit markedly reduced voluntary alcohol consumption and lack alcohol-induced dopamine release in the nucleus accumbens., JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY 84: (4) pp. 698-704.
type of document: Journal paper/Article
number of independent citations: 124
language: English
Number of independent citations to these publications:189 
Scientometric data
list of publications and citations
number of scientific publications that meet accreditation criteria:
10
number of scientific publications:
10
monographs and professional books:
0
monographs/books in which chapters/sections were contributed:
0 
number of independent citations to scientific publications and creative works:
189

 
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