Kalinina N

Kalinina N


Natalia  I.


ResearcherID:   AAN-7283-2020
Research Gate:  Natalia-Kalinina-2
Scopus ID:  35858377200
eLibrary ID:  95742
E-Mail:  office@iephb.ru

Kalinina N.I., PhD, Senior Researcher. The main direction of scientific activity: basic research in the study of the mechanisms of regulation of synaptic transmission, the role of the serotonergic system, the identification of subtypes of 5-HT receptors involved in pre- and postsynaptic modulation in connection with the key role of serotonin at SCI. Method: in vitro isolated frog spinal cord, intracellular recording of potentials, pharmacological analysis. Participation in grants: RFBR project No. 15-04-05782; project No. 18-04-00247 Serotonergic modulation of transmission in synapses on a motorneuron. The participation of 5-HT5A receptors in the modulation of synaptic transmission in spinal motor neurons.


Kalinina N, Zaitsev A, Vesiolkin N / 5-HT1 and 5-HT2 receptor agonists differently modulate the excitability of the frog spinal cord motoneurons / J Evol Biochem Phys 2019 55(4) : 284-292
Kalinina N, Zaitsev A, Vesiolkin N / Serotonin differentially modulates the functional properties of damaged and intact motoneurons of the frog spinal cord / Dokl. Biol. Sci. 2019 484(3) : 5–9
Kalinina N, Zaitsev A, Vesiolkin N / Presynaptic serotonin 5-HT1B/D receptor-mediated inhibition of glycinergic transmission to the frog spinal motoneurons / J Comp Physiol A 2018 204(3) : 329-337
Kalinina N, Kurchavy G, Vesiolkin N / Effects of Glycine and GABA on Monosynaptic EPSP in Frog Motoneurons / Neurosci. Behav. Physiol. 2017 47(1) : 17-24
Kalinina N, Kurchavyi G, Zaitsev A, Vesiolkin N / Presynaptic serotonergic modulation of spontaneous and miniature synaptic activity in frog lumbar motoneurons / J Evol Biochem Phys 2016 52(5) : 359-368