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CURRICULUM VITAE


NAME
: Joaquim Alexandre Ribeiro
DATE OF BIRTH: 9th August, 1941, Vila Fernando –Guarda, Portugal

NATIONALITY
: Portuguese
ID: nº 1582055, of Lisboa, 5-5-2004
AREA OF INVESTIGATION:
Neuropharmacology. Neuromodulation by adenosine at the peripheral (neuromuscular
junction) and central (hippocampus and cerebral cortex) nervous systems. Purinergic
regulation of neurotransmitter release. Adenosine regulation of carotid body
chemoreceptor activity. Characterization of adenosine receptors. Extracellular
adenosine formation and inactivation. Role of adenosine in neuronal plasticity.
Interactions between adenosine A1- and A2-receptors, and receptors for other
neurotransmitters and neuromodulators.
Cardovascular Pharmacology. Adenosine and cardiac dysrhythmias.
DEGREES
M.D. (University of Lisbon)
Ph.D. (University of Edinburgh)
'Agregação' (University of Porto)

POSITIONS
2010 – Coordinator (Vice-Rector) of the Health Sciences Strategic Area of the
2009 – Vice-President of the Institute of Molecular Medicine 2004 – Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Lisbon. 2004 – PI at the Unit of Neurosciences, Institute of Molecular Medicine 2002 - Director of the Institute of Phamacology and Neurosciences, Faculty of 1997 - Full Professor at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Lisbon 1997/00 – Director of Laboratory of Neurosciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of 1988/00 - Professor (catedrático) (invited) at the Institute for Biomedical Sciences Abel 1985/87 - President of the Studies Committee of the Gulbenkian Institute of Science. 1983/85 - President of the Scientific Council of the Gulbenkian Institute of Science. 1982/97 - Head of the Laboratory of Pharmacology of the Gulbenkian Institute of
RESEARCH CAREER
1988/97 - Senior Investigator at the Gulbenkian Institute of Science.
1982/88 - Investigator at the Gulbenkian Institute of Science.
1979/82 - Visiting Scientist at the Department of Pharmacology, Faculty of Medicine,
1974/82 - Assistant Investigator at the Gulbenkian Institute of Science. 1972/73 - Post-doctoral at the Department of Pharmacology, Faculty of Medicine, 1970/72 - Assistant at the Gulbenkian Institute of Science.

INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEES
2007 – Member of the Standing Committee of European Medical Research Council,
European Science Foundation
2006/10 - Member of the Managing Committee of the COST Action B30 –NEREPLAS
on Neuronal Plasticity
1997/05 - Member of the Managing Committee of the COST Action B10 on Brain
Repair, coordinator of the Neuroprotection group

INVOLVEMENT IN POST-GRADUATE TRAINING
1997-2007: Coordinator of the Mastercourse/PhD in Neurosciences at FMUL
Supervisor of Ph.D. students
Supervisor of M.Sc. students
Supervisor of Pre-graduate students (Thesis)
Post-doctoral supervision

EDITORIAL BOARDS (member)

Autonomic Neuroscience
European Journal of Pharmacology (1994-2004)
Basic &Clinical Pharmacology & Toxicology
Purinergic Signalling

Anales de la Real Academia de Farmacia
Journal of Caffeine Research


PUBLICATIONS


Papers in refereed Journals:

192. Aroeira, R, Ribeiro, J A., Sebastiao, A M and Valente C (2011). Expression pattern
of glycine receptor at the rat hippocampus: changes from the embryo to the adult.
, J Neurochem, accepted
191. Lopes, L.V., Sebastião, A.M. and Ribeiro, J.A. (2011). Adenosine and related drugs in brain diseases: present and future in clinical trials Curr Topics Med
Chem (in press-18-5-2010)

190. Sebastião, A.M., Assaife-Lopes, N., Diógenes, M.J., Vaz, S., and Ribeiro, J.A., (2010) Modulation of brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) actions in the nervous system by adenosine A2A receptors and the role of lipid rafts (BBA
Biomembranes
on line pub med july)
189. Sousa V C., Assaife-Lopes, N., Brett, R. R., Ribeiro J. A., Pratt, J A, Sebastião A. M. (2011). Regulation of hippocampal cannabinoid CB1 receptor actions by
adenosine A1 receptors and chronic caffeine administration: implications for the
effects of …5 tetrahydrocaqnnabinol on spatial memory. (under review
Neuropsychopharmacology on line october)
188. Dias R Ribeiro J A and Sebastiao A M (2011). Enhancement of AMPA currents and GluR1 membrane expression through PKA-coupled adenosine A2A receptors
(under review Hippocampus, in press on line).
187. Ribeiro J.A. (2010). Neuroética, a emergência de uma nova disciplina em neurociências. Sinapse, 40, 32-33.
186. Ribeiro, J. A. and Sebastião A. M. (2010). Modulation and MetaModulation of Synapses by Adenosine. Acta Physiol 199, 161-169.
185. Ribeiro J A and Sebastiao A M (2010). Caffeine and Adenosine. J Alzheim dis.,
20, 3-15.
184. Assaife-Lopes, N., Sousa V. C., Pereira D. B, Ribeiro J. A., Chao M. V. and Sebastião A. M. (2010). Activation of adenosine A2A receptors induces TrkB
translocation and increases BDNF-mediated phospho-TrkB localization in lipid
rafts: implications for neuromodulation. J Neurosci., 30: 8468–8480.
183. Pedata, F , Pugliese, A M, Sebastião A M and Ribeiro J A. (2010). Adenosine A3
receptor signaling in the central nervous system. A3 Adenosine Receptors from
Cell Biology to Pharmacology and Therapeutics, P.A. Borea (ed) , DOI
10.1007/1978-90-481-3144-0_1, Springer Science+Business Media B.V.

182. Pousinha, P.A., Sebastião, A.M and Ribeiro, J.A. (2010). Predominance of
adenosine excitatory over inhibitory effects on transmission at the neuromuscular
junction of infant rats J Pharmacol Exp Ther. 2010, 332:153-163.
181. Serpa, A., Ribeiro, J A and Sebastião, A M (2009). Cannabinoid CB1 and Adenosine A1 receptors independently inhibit hippocampal synaptic transmission
Eur J Pharmacol 623, 41-46.
180. Sebastião AM and Ribeiro JA (2009). Tuning and Fine-tuning synapses with
adenosine, Current Neuropharmacol, 7, 180-194.
179. Sebastião AM and Ribeiro J A (2009). Adenosine Receptors and the Central
Nervous System, Handbook Exp Pharmacol, 193: 471-534.
178. Sebastião, A.M and Ribeiro, J.A. (2009). Triggering neurotrophic factor actions
through adenosine A2A receptor activation: implications for neuroprotection Br J
Pharmacol, 158:
15-22.
177. Fontinha, B, Delgado-García, J M, Madroñal, N. Ribeiro, J. A., Sebastiao, A. M.
and Gruart A. (2009). Adenosine A2A receptor modulation of hippocampal CA3-
CA1 synapse plasticity during associative learning in behaving mice"
Neuropsychopharmacology, 34:1865-1874
176. Cristovão-Ferreira, S., Vaz, S., Ribeiro, J.A. and Sebastião, A.M. (2009).
Adenosine A2A receptors, through PKA activation, restrain PKC inhibition of
GAT-1-mediated GABA uptake by nerve terminals. J Neurochem., 109, 336-
347.
175. Gomes CA, Simões PF, Canas PM, Quiroz C, Sebastião AM, Ferré S, Cunha RA, Ribeiro JA. (2009). GDNF control of the glutamatergic cortico-striatal pathway
requires tonic activation of adenosine a2a receptors. J Neurochem., 108, 1208-
174. Serpa A., Ribeiro, J.A. e Sebastião, A.M. (2009). Adenosine A1 and cannabinoid
CB1 receptors independently inhibit hippocampal synaptic transmission. Rev Fac
Med Lisboa, 14,
59-64.
173. Ribeiro, JA (2008). Fine tuning neuromodulation by adenosine and
neuroprotection. An R. Acad. Nac. Farm., 74, 387-408.
172. Fernandes, C., Pinto-Duarte, A. Ribeiro, J.A. And Sebastião, A.M. (2008)
Postsynaptic action of brain-derived neurotrophic factor attenuates alpha7
nicotinic acetylcholine receptor-mediated responses in hippocampal interneurons.
J Neurosci.,28, 5611-5618.
171. Vaz S. Ferreira, A:S., Ribeiro, J.A. And Sebastião, A.M. (2008). Brain-derived
neurotrophic factor inhibits GABA uptake by the rat hippocampal nerve terminals
Brain Res., 1219:19-25
170. Fontinha B.M., Ribeiro, J.A. & Sebastião, A.M. (2008). Enhancement of long –
term potentiation by BDNF requires adenosine A2A receptor activation by
endogenous adenosine Neuropharmacology, 54, 924-933.
169. Cunha-Reis, D., Ribeiro, J.A. & Sebastião, A.M. (2008). A(1) and A(2A)
receptor activation by endogenous adenosine is required for VIP enhancement of
K(+)-evoked [(3)H]-GABA release from rat hippocampal nerve terminals.
Neurosci Letts 430, 207-212.
168. BIBER K, PINTO-DUARTE, A., WITTENDORP, MC, DOLGA, AM, FERNANDES, CC, KUNZEL JVFD, KEIJSER, JN, DEVRIES, R, IJZERMAN,
AP, RIBEIRO, JA, EISEL, U, SEBASTIÃO AM and BODDEKE, GM. (2008).
Interleukin-6 upregulates neuronal adenosine A1 receptors: implications for
neuromodulation and neuroprotection. Neuropsychopharmacology 33, 2237–
2250.
167. DIÓGENES, M.J., ASSAIFE-LOPES N. PINTO-DUARTE A, RIBEIRO,
J.A.,& SEBASTIÃO, A.M. (2007). Influence of age on BDNF modulation of
hippocampal synaptic transmission: interplay with adenosine A2A receptors.
Hippocampus, 2007;17:577-585.
166. CUNHA-REIS, D., FONTINHA, B., RIBEIRO, J.A. & SEBASTIÃO, A.M.
(2007). Tonic adenosine A1 and A2A receptor activation is required for the
excitatory action of VIP on synaptic transmission in the CA1 area of the
hippocampus. Neuropharmacology 52, 313-320.
165. QUIROZ, C., GOMES, C, PAK A.C., RIBEIRO J.A., GOLDBERG, S.R.,
HOPE, B.T. and FERRÉ, S. (2006). Blockade of adenosine A2A receptors
prevents protein phosphorylation in the striatum induced by cortical stimulation.
J. Neurosci., 18, 10808-10812.
164. GOMES, C.A.R.V., VAZ, S.H., RIBEIRO J.A. & SEBASTIÃO, A.M (2006).
Glial cell line-derived neurotrophic factor enhances dopamine release from striatal
nerve endings in an adenosine A2A receptor dependent manner. Brain Res.,
1113,
129-136.
163. CUNHA-REIS, D., RIBEIRO, J.A. & SEBASTIÃO, A.M. (2006). VPAC2
receptor activation mediates VIP enhancement of population spikes in the CA1
area of the hippocampus. Ann NY Acad Sci., 1070, 210-214.
162. FRAGATA, I., RIBEIRO, J.A. & SEBASTIÃO, A M. (2006). Nitric oxide
mediates interactions between GABA-A receptors and adenosine A1 receptors in
the rat hippocampus. Eur J Pharmacol., 543, 32-39.
161. POUSINHA, P.A., DIÓGENES, M.J.,. RIBEIRO, J.A. & SEBASTIÃO, A.M
(2006). Triggering of BDNF facilitatory action on neuromuscular transmission by
adenosine A2A receptors. Neurosci Letts, 404, 143-147.
160. COELHO J.E., REBOLA, N., FRAGATA, I., RIBEIRO, J.A. de MENDONÇA,
A. and CUNHA, R. A. (2006). Hypoxia-induced desensitization and
internalization of adenosine A1 receptors in the rat hippocampus. Neuroscience,
138,
1195-1203.
159. CUNHA-REIS, D., SEBASTIÃO, A.M. & RIBEIRO, J.A. (2005) VIP enhances
synaptic transmission to hippocampal CA1 pyramidal cells through activation of
both VPAC1 and VPAC2 receptors. Brain Res., 1049, 52-60.
158. SILVA, B.M., de MENDONÇA, A. & RIBEIRO, J.A. (2005). Long-term
depression is not modulated by ATP receptors in the rat CA1 hippocampal region.
Neurosci. Letts, 383, 345-349.
157. RIBEIRO, J.A. (2005). What adenosine neuromodulation can do for
neuroprotection. Curr.Drug Targets: CNS & Neurol. Disorders, 4, 327-331.
156. PINTO-DUARTE, A. COELHO, J.E:, CUNHA, R.A. RIBEIRO, J.A. &
SEBASTIÃO, A.M. (2005). Adenosine A2A receptors control the extracellular
levels of adenosine through modulation of nucleoside transporters activity in the
rat hippocampus. J Neurochem. , 93, 595-604.
155. CUNHA-REIS, D., SEBASTIÃO, A.M. WIRKNER, K. ILLES, P. & RIBEIRO,
J.A. (2004). VIP enhances both pre- and postsynaptic GABAergic transmission to
hippocampal interneurones leading to increased excitatory synaptic transmission
to CA1 pyramidal cells. Br J Pharmacol., 143:733-744.
154. CANAS, N., PEREIRA, I.T., RIBEIRO, J.A. & SEBASTIÃO, A.M. (2004)
Brain-derived neurotrophic factor facilitates glutamate and inhibits GABA release
from hippocampal synaptosomes through different mechanisms. Brain Res 1016,
72-78
153. ILLES, P & RIBEIRO, J.A. (2004). Neuronal P2 receptors of the central nervous
system. Cur Topics Med Chem, 4, 831-838.
152. DIÓGENES, M.J., FERNANDES, C.C., SEBASTIÃO, A.M. & RIBEIRO, J.A.
(2004). Activation of adenosine A2A receptor facilitates BDNF modulation of
synaptic transmission in hippocampal slices. J. Neurosci., 24, 2905-2913.
151. ILLES, P & RIBEIRO, J.A. (2004). Molecular physiology of P2 receptors in the
central nervous system. Eur J Pharmacol., 483, 5-17.
150. CUNHA, R.A., RIBEIRO, J.A. & MALVA, J.O. (2004). Presynaptic kainate
receptors modulating glutamatergic transmission in the rat hippocampus are
inhibited by arachidonic acid. Neurochem. Int., 44, 371-379.
149. ALMEIDA T, RODRIGUES RJ, de MENDONCA A, RIBEIRO JA, CUNHA
RA. (2003). Purinergic P2 receptors trigger adenosine release leading to adenosine
A(2A) receptor activation and facilitation of long-term potentiation in rat
hippocampal slices. Neuroscience. 122:111-121.
148. RIBEIRO, J.A, (2003) Fine tuning modulation of neurotransmission. J. Vet.
Pharmacol. & Ther., 26, 6-11.
147. RIBEIRO, J.A, SEBASTIÃO, A.M. de MENDONÇA, A., (2003). Participation
of adenosine receptors in neuroprotection Drug news & perspectives, 16, 80-86.
146 RIBEIRO, J.A. LOBO M.G.B. & SEBASTIÃO, A.M. (2003 ). Endogenous
adenosine modulation of 22Na uptake by rat brain synaptosomes.Neurochem
Res, 28,
1589-1593.
145. ALMEIDA, C. G., de MENDONÇA, A., CUNHA, R.A. & RIBEIRO, J.A.
(2003). Adenosine promotes neuronal recovery from reactive oxygen species
induced lesion in rat hippocampal slices. Neurosci. Lets, 339, 127-130.
144. REBOLA, N., SEBASTIÃO, A.M., de MENDONÇA, A., OLIVEIRA, C.R., RIBEIRO, J.A. & CUNHA, R.A, (2003). Enhanced adenosine A2A receptor
facilitation of synaptic transmission in the hippocampus of aged rats.J
Neurophysiol., 90,
1295-1303.
143. LOPES, L.V., REBOLA, N., COSTENLA A.R., HALLDNER, L., JACOBSON, M.A., OLIVEIRA, C.R., RICHARDSON, P.J., FREDHOLM, B.B., RIBEIRO, J.
A.
& CUNHA, R.A. (2003). Adenosine A3 receptors in the rat hippocampus: lack
of interaction with A1 receptors. Drug Develop. Res., 58, 428-438.
142. MAGALHÃES-CARDOSO, M.T., PEREIRA, M:F., OLIVEIRA; L., RIBEIRO,
J.A., CUNHA, R.A. & CORREIA-de-SÁ, P. (2003). Ecto-AMP deaminase blunts
the ATP-derived adenosine A2A receptor facilitation of acetylcholine release at
rat motor nerve endings. J. Physiol.Lond., 549, 399-408.
141. RIBEIRO, J.A, SEBASTIÃO, A.M. de MENDONÇA, A., (2003). Adenosine
receptors in the nervous system: pathophysiological implications. Prog.
Neurobiol. 68,
377-392.
140. CASCALHEIRA, J.F., SEBASTIÃO, A.M. & RIBEIRO, J.A. (2002). Pertussis
toxin-sensitive G proteins mediate the inhibition of basal phosphoinositide
metabolism caused by adenosine A1 receptors in rat hippocampal slices.
Neurochem. Res., 27, 1707-1711.
139. LOPES, L.V., CUNHA, R.A., KULL, B., FREDHOLM, B.B. & RIBEIRO, J. A.
(2002). Adenosine A2A receptor facilitation of hippocampal synaptic
transmission is dependent on tonic A1 receptor inhibition. Neuroscience, 112,
319-329.
138. CUNHA, R.A., COELHO, J. E., COSTENLA, A.R., LOPES, L. V., PARADA, A. de MENDONÇA, A., SEBASTIÃO, A.M. & RIBEIRO, J.A. (2002). Effects of
carbamazepine and novel 10, 11-dihydro-5H-dibenz(b,f)azepine-5-carboxamide
derivatives on synaptic transmission in rat hippocampal slices. Pharmacol. &
Toxicol., 90,
208-213.
137. DIAZ-HERNANDEZ, M., PEREIRA, M.F., PINTOR, J., CUNHA, R.A., RIBEIRO, J.A., & MIRAS-PORTUGAL, M.T., (2002). Modulation of the rat
hippocampal dinucleotide receptor by adenosine receptor activation, J
Pharmacol Exp Ther.; 301:
441-50.
136. de MENDONÇA, A.COSTENLA, A.R. & RIBEIRO, J. A. (2002). Persistence of
the neuromodulatory effects of adenosine on synaptic transmission after long-term
potentiation and long-term depression. Brain Res., 932, 56-60.
135. SEBASTIÃO, A.M., DE MENDONÇA, A., MOREIRA, T. & RIBEIRO, J.A.
(2001). Activation of synaptic NMDA receptors by action potential-dependent
release of transmitter during hypoxia impairs recovery of synaptic transmission
upon reoxygenation. J. Neurosci., 21, 8564-8571.
134. CORREIA-DE-SÁ, P., TIMÓTEO, M.A. & RIBEIRO, J.A. (2001). Synergism
between A2A-adenosine receptors activation and vasoactive intestinal peptide to
facilitate 3H-acetylcholine release from the rat motor nerve terminals. Neurosci.
Letts, 309,
101-104.
133. RIBEIRO, J.A., CUNHA-REIS, D., LOPES, L.V., COELHO, J.E., COSTENLA,
A.R., CORREIA-DE-SÁ, P., CUNHA, R.A., de MENDONÇA, A. &
SEBASTIÃO, A.M. (2001). Adenosine receptor interactions in the hippocampus.
Drug Develop. Res., 52, 337-345.
132. SEBASTIÃO, A.M., DE MENDONÇA, A. & RIBEIRO, J.A. (2001)
Neuroprotection during hypoxic insults: role of adenosine. Drug Dev. Res., 52,
291-295.
131. DE MENDONÇA, A. & RIBEIRO, J. A. (2001). Adenosine and Synaptic
Plasticity. Drug Dev. Res., 52, 283-290.
130. COSTENLA, A.R., LOPES, L.V., de MENDONÇA, A. & RIBEIRO, J.A.
(2001). A functional role for adenosine A3 receptors: modulation of synaptic
plasticity in the rat hippocampus Neurosci. Letts, 302, 53-57.
129. CUNHA, R.A., CONSTANTINO, M.D., FONSECA, E. & RIBEIRO, J.A.
(2001). Age-dependent effects of cis-unsaturated free fatty acids on adenosine A1
receptors. Eur. J. Biochem., 268, 2939-2947.
128. CUNHA, R.A., ALMEIDA, T., & RIBEIRO, J.A. (2001). Parallel modification of
adenosine extracellular metabolism and modulatory action in the hippocampus of
aged rats. J Neurochem., 76, 372-382.
127. SEBASTIÃO, A.M. CUNHA, R.A. DE MENDONÇA, A. & RIBEIRO, J.A.
(2000). Modification of adenosine modulation of synaptic transmission in the
hippocampus of aged rats. Br. J. Pharmacol., 131, 1629-1634.
126. CUNHA, R.A., ALMEIDA, T., & RIBEIRO, J.A. (2000). Modification by
arachidonic acid of extracellular adenosine metabolism and neuromodulatory
action in the rat hippocampus J. Biol. Chem., 275, 37572-37581.
125. PEREIRA, M.F., HERNANDEZ, M.D., PINTOR, J., MIRAS-PORTUGAL, M.T., CUNHA, R.A. & RIBEIRO, J.A. (2000). Diadenosine polyphosphates facilitate
the evoked release of acetylcholine from rat hippocampal nerve terminals. Brain
Res., 879,
50-54.
124. DE MENDONÇA, A., SEBASTIÃO, A.M. & RIBEIRO, J. A. (2000) Adenosine-
does it have a neuroprotective role after all? Brain Res. Rev., 33, 258-274.
123. DE MENDONÇA, A. & RIBEIRO, J. A. (2000). Long-term Potentiation
observed upon blockade of adenosine A1 receptors in rat hippocampus is N-
methyl-D-aspartate receptor-dependent. Neurosci. Letts, 291, 81-84.
122. CORREIA-DE-SÁ, P., TIMÓTEO, M.A. & RIBEIRO, J.A. (2000). Influence of
stimulation on Ca2+ recruitment triggering 3H acetylcholine release from the rat
motor nerve endings. Eur. J. Pharmacol. , 406, 355-362.
121. SEBASTIÃO, A.M. & RIBEIRO, J.A. (2000) Fine tuning neuromodulation by
adenosine Trends Pharmacol. Sci., 21, 341-346.
120. SALGADO, A.I. CUNHA, R.A . & RIBEIRO, J. A . (2000) Facilitation by P2
receptor activation of acetylcholine release from rat motor nerve terminals:
interaction with presynaptic nicotinic receptors. Brain Res., 877, 245-250.
119. CUNHA, R.A. & RIBEIRO, J.A. (2000) Adenosine A2A receptor facilitation of
synaptic transmission in the CA1 area of the rat hippocampus requires protein
kinase C but not protein kinase A activation Neurosci. Letts, 289, 127-130.
118. CUNHA, R.A. & & RIBEIRO, J. A. (2000) ATP as a presynaptic modulator
(mini-review) Life Sci., 68, 119-137.
117. COELHO, J.E., DE MENDONÇA, A. & RIBEIRO, J. A. (2000). Presynaptic
inhibitory receptors mediate the depression of synaptic transmission upon hypoxia
in rat hippocampal slices.Brain Res., 869, 158-165.
116. CORREIA-DE-SÁ, P., TIMÓTEO, M.A. & RIBEIRO, J.A. (2000). A2A-
adenosine receptor facilitation of neuromuscuar transmission: influence of
stimulus paradigm on calcium mobilization. J Neurochem., 74, 2462-2469.
115. PEREIRA, M.F., CUNHA, R.A. & RIBEIRO, J.A. (2000). Tonic adenosine
neuromodulation is preserved in motor nerve endings of aged rats. Neurochem.
Int., 36,
563-566.
114. CUNHA, R.A. & RIBEIRO, J.A. (2000). Purinergic modulation of 3H GABA
release from rat hippocampal nerve terminals. Neuropharmacol. 39, 1156-1167.
113. CUNHA, R.A., MALVA, J.O. & RIBEIRO, J.A. (2000). Pertussis toxin prevents
presynaptic inhibition by kainate receptors of rat hippocampal 3H-GABA release.
FEBS Lett, 469, 159-162.
112. SEBASTIÃO, A.M., MACEDO, M.P. & RIBEIRO, J.A. (2000). Tonic activation
of A2A adenosine receptors unmasks, and of A1 receptors prevents, a facilitatory action of calcitonin gene-related peptide in the rat hippocampus. Brit. J.
Pharmacol., 129,
374-380.
111. HERNANDEZ, J. LAORDEN, M.L., RUIZ, F.and RIBEIRO, J. A. (2000). b,y-
Methylene ATP but not a,b-methylene ATP mimics the inhibitory effect of ATP
on ventricular automaticity Pharmacol & Toxicol., 86, 68-70.
110. CUNHA; R.A., BRENDEL; P., ZIMMERMANN, H., & RIBEIRO, J.A. (2000).
Immunologically distinct isoforms of ecto-5’-nucleotidase in nerve terminals of
different areas of the rat hippocampus J. Neurochem. 74, 334-338.
109. MONTEIRO, E.C. & RIBEIRO, J.A. (2000). Adenosine-dopamine interactions
and ventilation mediated through carotid body chemoreceptors. In: Adv. Exp.
Med. Biol., 475,
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108. COSTENLA, A.R. DE MENDONÇA, A. & RIBEIRO, J. A. (1999). Adenosine
modulates synaptic plasticity in hippocampal slices from aged rats. Brain Res.,
851,
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107. LOPES, L.V., CUNHA, R.A. & RIBEIRO, J. A. (1999). Cross Talk between A1
and A2A adenosine receptors in the hippocampus and cortex of young adult and
old rats. J. Neurophysiol., 82, 3196-3203.
106. LOPES, L.V., CUNHA, R.A. & RIBEIRO, J. A. (1999). ZM 241385, an
adenosine A2A receptor antagonist, inhibits hippocampal A1 receptor responses.
Eur J. Pharmacol., 383, 393-395.
105. LOPES, L. V., CUNHA, R.A . & RIBEIRO, J. A . (1999). Increase in the
number, G-protein coupling and efficiency of facilitatory adenosine A2A receptors in the limbic cortex, but not striatum, of aged rats. J Neurochem. 73, 1733-1738.
104. CUNHA, R.A., MALVA, J.O. & RIBEIRO, J.A. (1999). Kainate receptors
coupled to Gi/Go proteins in the rat hippocampus. Molec. Pharmacol. 56, 429-
433.
103. RIBEIRO, J.A. (1999). Adenosine A2A receptor interactions with receptors for
other neurotransmitters and neuromodulators. Eur. J. Pharmacol., 375, 101-113.
102. CUNHA, R.A., CONSTANTINO, M.D. & RIBEIRO, J.A. (1999). G-protein
coupling of CGS 21680 binding sites in the rat hippocampus and cortex is
different from that of adenosine A1 and striatal A2A receptors. Naunyn
Schmiedberg’s Arch. Pharmacol., 359,
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101. SEBASTIÃO, A.M., CUNHA, R.A., CASCALHEIRA, J.F. & RIBEIRO, J.A.
(1999). Adenine nucleotides as inhibitors of synaptic transmission: role of
localised ectonucleotidases. Prog. Brain Res., 120, 183-192.
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Letters to the editor (refereed):

3. RIBEIRO, J.A. & SEBASTIÃO, A.M. (1994). Further evidence for adenosine A3
receptors. Trends in Pharmacol.Sci., 15, 13.
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Chapters in books:

32. RIBEIRO, J.A. (2008). Como a Ubaína uniu o Grupo do Professor Fernando Peres
Gomes no Instituto Gulbenkian De Ciencia: Um tributo à Professora Tice Anastácio de Macedo. Pp 75-86. Coimbra 31 RIBEIRO, J.A. (2004). The Role of Adenosine as a Mediator of Cerebral
Circulationl. In: Circulation, ed., M.V. Alves and A. Barbosa, pp 130-137.
Museu de Medicina, Faculdade de Medicina de Lisboa.
30. RIBEIRO, A. (2004). General aspects of neuropharmacology in relation to brain
repair following trauma. In: Brain Damage and Repair, Ed.T. Herdegen and
J.M. Delgado-Garcia, pp 423-437. Kluwer Academic Publishers, The
Netherlands.
29. de MENDONÇA, A & RIBEIRO, J.A. (2001). Adenosine and neuroprotection.
Arq. Port. Oftalmol.
28. RIBEIRO, J.A. (2000). Psicofarmacologia na disfunção sexual:introdução. In:
Sexualidade, pp. 129-131, Edit. A.Barbosa e J. Gomes-Pedro, Dep. Educação
Médica, FML, Lisboa
27. SEBASTIÃO, A.M. e RIBEIRO, J.A. (2001). Sistema Purinérgico In: Terapêutica
Medicamentosa e suas Bases Farmacológicas, ed., W. Osswald and S.
Guimarães, pp 440-451. Porto Editora, Porto.
26. RIBEIRO, J.A. (2001). Estimulantes do Sistema Nervoso Central. Antagonistas
dos receptores da adenosina: Alquilxantinas In: Terapêutica Medicamentosa e
suas Bases Farmacológicas,
ed., W. Osswald and S. Guimarães, pp 139-146,
Porto Editora, Porto.
25. LOPES, L:V., CUNHA, R. A. & RIBEIRO, J.A. (1999) Interaction between adenosine A1 and A2A receptors in the control of neurotransmitter release. In:
Recent Research Developments in Neurochemistry, vol 2, part II, ed. S.J.
Pandalai, Research Signpost, Trivandrum, 463-472.
24. SEBASTIÃO, A.M., LUCCHI, R., LATINI, S., DE MENDONÇA, A. & RIBEIRO, J.A. (1997). Functional negative interaction between adenosine (A1)
and GABA (GABA A) during hypoxia in the rat hippocampus. In: The Role of
Adenosine in the Nervous System,
ed. Y. Okada, pp.177-184, Elsevier Science
B.V., Amsterdam
23. DE MENDONÇA, A. & RIBEIRO, J.A. (1997). Endogenous adenosine attenuates
long-term depression in the hippocampus. In: The Role of Adenosine in the
Nervous System,
ed. Y. Okada, pp.121-125, Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam.
22. CORREIA-DE-SÁ, P., TIMÓTEO, M.A. & RIBEIRO, J.A. (1997. Adenosine
plays a key role on neuromuscular transmission to adjust the modulatory pattern
(cholinergic vs peptidergic) to the conditions of motor nerve stimulation. In: The
Role of Adenosine in the Nervous System,
ed. Y. Okada, pp. 79-87, Elsevier
Science B.V., Amsterdam.
21. RIBEIRO, J.A., CORREIA-DE-SÁ, P. CUNHA, R.A. & SEBASTIÂO, A.M.
(1997). Adenosine and neurotransmitter release: inhibition and facilitation. In:
The Role of Adenosine in the Nervous System, ed. Y. Okada, pp. 13-24,
Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam.
20. RIBEIRO, J.A. (1996). Novas Tendências da Farmacologia. In: Livro do
Centenário do Serviço de Oftalmologia do Hospital de Santo António, Porto

19. LACKOVIC & RIBEIRO, J.A. (1996). CNS regulation of the autonomic nervous
system. In report on Neurosciences Research in Europe.
18. WHITE, T.D., RIBEIRO, J.A., EDWARDS, F.A., FREDHOLM, B.B. & PHILLIS,
J.W. (1995). Role of purines in the central nervous system. In: Pharmacological
Sciences: Perspectives for Research and Therapy in the late 1990s
, ed. A.C.
Cuello and B. Collier, pp.295-302, Birkhauser Verlag, Basel.
17. SEBASTIÃO, A.M., CUNHA, R.A., CORREIA-DE-SÁ, P., de MENDONÇA, A. & RIBEIRO, J.A. (1995). Role of A2a receptors in the hippocampus and motor
nerve endings. In: Adenosine and Adenine Nucleotides: from molecular
Biology to Integrative Physiology,
ed. L. Belardinelli and A. Pelleg, pp.251-
261,Kluwer Academic Publishers , Boston.
16. RIBEIRO, J.A. (1994). Purinas In: Terapêutica Medicamentosa e suas Bases
Farmacológicas, ed. J. Garrett, W. Osswald and S. Guimarães, vol. I, pp. 452-
460, Porto Editora, Porto.
15. RIBEIRO, J.A. (1994). Alquilxantinas. In: Terapêutica Medicamentosa e suas
Bases Farmacológicas, ed. J. Garrett, W. Osswald and S. Guimarães, vol. I, pp.
156-164, Porto Editora, Porto.
14. RIBEIRO, J.A. & SEBASTIÃO, A.M. (1991). Purinergic modulation of
neurotransmitter release in the peripheral and central nervous systems. In:
Presynaptic Regulation of Neurotransmitter Release: A Handbook
, ed. J.
Feigenbaum and M. Hanani, vol. I, pp.451-495, Freund Publishing House, Ltd,
London.
13. RIBEIRO, J.A. (1991). Adenosine and the central nervous system control of
autonomic function. In: Adenosine in the Nervous system, ed. T.W. Stone,
Chapter 11, pp. 229-246, Academic Press, London.
12. RIBEIRO, J.A. (1991). Purinergic regulation of transmitter release. In: Adenosine
and Adenine nucleotides as regulators of Cellular Function, ed. J.W. Phillis,
Chapter 12, pp.155- 167, CRC Press inc., New York.
11. RIBEIRO, J.A., CORREIA-DE-SÁ, P., CUNHA, R.A., OLIVEIRA, J.C. &
SEBASTIÃO, A.M. (1991). Role of adenosine at the neuromuscular junction:
effects mediated by presynaptic inhibitory and excitatory receptors. In: Role of
Adenosine and Adenine Nucleotides in the Biological System
, ed. S. Imai and
M. Nakazawa, pp.691-702, Elsevier Sci. Publ., Amesterdam.
10. MONTEIRO, E.C. & RIBEIRO, J.A. (1990). Respiratory responses to common
carotid occlusion in the rat: Evidence for involvement of adenosine. In
Chemoreceptors and chemoreceptor reflexes, ed. H. Acker, A. Trzebski and
R.G. O'Regan, pp. 49- 56, Plenum Press, New York.
9. MONTEIRO, E.C. & RIBEIRO, J.A. (1990). Endogenous adenosine tonically
excites respiration mediated by carotid body chemoreceptors in the rat. In: Arterial Chemoreception, ed. C. Eyzaguirre, S.J. Fidone, R.S. Fitzgerald, S.
Lahiri and D.M. McDonald, pp. 174-180, Springer-Verlag, New York.
8. RIBEIRO, J.A. & SEBASTIÃO, A.M. (1990). Adenosine receptors mediating
inhibition of peripheral and central neurons. In: Purines in Cellular Signalling:
Targets for New Drugs
, ed. K.A. Jacobson, J.W. Daly and V. Manganiello,
pp.166-173, Springer Verlag, New York.
7. RIBEIRO, J.A. & SEBASTIÃO, A.M. (1989). Characterization of the adenosine
receptor that mediates inhibition of transmitter release at the frog neuromuscular
junction. In:Adenosine Receptors in the Nervous System, ed. J.A. Ribeiro, pp.
69-77, Taylor & Francis, London.
6. RIBEIRO, J.A., MONTEIRO, E.C. & McQUEEN, D.S. (1988). The actions of
adenosine on respiration. In: Adenosine and Adenine Nucleotides. Physiology
and Pharmacology
, ed. D.M. Paton, pp.225-232, Taylor & Francis, London.
5. RIBEIRO, J.A. & SEBASTIÃO, A.M. (1987). Adenosine, cyclic AMP and nerve
conduction. In: Topics and Perspectives in Adenosine Research, eds. E.
Gerlach and B.F. Becker, pp. 559- 573, Springer-Verlag, Berlin.
4. RIBEIRO, J.A. & McQUEEN, D.S. (1987). Chemoexcitation evoked by adenosine:
pharmacological characterization of the receptor. In: Chemoreceptors in
Respiratory Control
, eds J.A. Ribeiro and D.J. Pallot, pp. 305-313, Croom
Helm, London.
3. MONTEIRO, E.C. & RIBEIRO, J.A. (1987). Adenosine modulation of respiration
mediated by carotid body chemoreceptors. In: Chemoreceptors in Respiratory
Control
, eds J.A. Ribeiro and D.J. Pallot, pp. 314-321, Croom Helm, London.
2. RIBEIRO, J.A. & McQUEEN, D.S. (1984). Effects of purines on carotid body
chemoreceptors. In: The peripheral chemoreceptors, ed. D.J. Pallot, pp.383-
390, Croom Helm, London.
1. RIBEIRO, J.A. & McQUEEN, D.S. (1983). On the neuromuscular depression and
carotid body chemoreceptor activation caused by adenosine. In. Physiology and
Pharmacology of Adenosine Derivatives
, eds J.W. Daly, Y. Kuroda, J.W.
Phillis, H. Shimizu & M. Ui., pp. 179-188. Raven Press, New York.

Edition of books:

2. Adenosine Receptors in the Nervous System, ed. J.A. Ribeiro, Taylor & Francis,
1. Chemoreceptors in Respiratory Control, ed. J.A. Ribeiro and D.J. Pallot, Croom

Other papers:

6. RIBEIRO, J.A. (2006). Neuroética, a emergência de uma nova disciplina em
Neurociências. e.Ciência (on line).
5 RIBEIRO, J.A. (1991). Biological basis of the hemodynamic actions of adenosine.
Rev. Port. Hemor., 5, 189-193.
4 RIBEIRO, J.A. (1989). Adenosine receptors; classification and properties. Revista
do Hospital S. Paulo, 1, 5-6.
3 RIBEIRO, J.A. (1989). Mecanismos de acção das alquilxantinas. Arq. Inst.
Farmacol. Ter. Exp., Coimbra, 25, 255-282.
2 RIBEIRO, J.A. (1986). Neurotransmissores putativos purinérgicos e peptidérgicos do
sistema nervoso entérico. Rev. Gastroenterol., 3, 273-283.
1 RIBEIRO, J.A. (1984). On a new class of putative neurotransmitters in the carotid
body. Arq. Inst. Farmacol. Ter. Exp., Coimbra, 22, 17-70.

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2005 – ‘Estímulo à Excelência’, FCT
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