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The D-meson properties in dense nuclear matter are studied. The D-meson spectral density is obtained within the framework of a coupled-channel self-consistent calculation assuming, as bare meson-baryon interaction, a separable potential. The Λ_c(2593) resonance is generated dynamically in our coupled-channel model. The medium modifications of the D-meson properties due to Pauli blocking and the dressing of D-mesons, nucleons and pions are also studied. We conclude that the self-consistentdoi:10.1140/epjc/s2005-02254-5 fatcat:swwykhuqy5eoxmuqacq5foqvka