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Adenosine : a key link between metabolism and brain activity

Author: Susan Masino; Detlev Boison
Publisher: New York : Springer, [2013]
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Following on new understanding of its influence in dopaminergic disorders, sleep and epilepsy, this book collects recent research on regulating the influence of adenosine, outlines clinical  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Susan Masino; Detlev Boison
ISBN: 9781461439028 1461439027 1461439035 9781461439035
OCLC Number: 825040121
Description: xvi, 679 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm
Contents: Adenosine and metabolism - a brief historical note.- Adenosine metabolism, adenosine kinase and evolution.- Adenosine and energy metabolism - relationship to brain bioenergetics.- Adenosine and autocrine metabolic regulation of neuronal activity.- Physiologic and metabolic regulation of adenosine - mechanisms.- The double edged sword: gaining adenosine at the expense of ATP. How to balance the books.- Downstream pathways of adenosine.- Astrocytic ATP release.- Role of striatal A2A receptor subpopulations in neurological disorder.- Sleep and adenosine: human studies.- Adenosine and Other Purinergic Products in Circadian Timing.- Adenosine in the immune system.- The bioenergetics network of adenosine in hibernation, sleep and thermoregulation.- Adenosine and stroke.- The many roles of adenosine in traumatic brain injury.- Therapeutic Perspectives of Adenosine Receptor Compounds in Functional Restitutions after Spinal Cord Injury.- Adenosine and pain.- Symptomatic and neuroprotective effects of A2A receptor antagonists in Parkinson's Disease.- Adenosine receptors and Alzheimer's Disease.- Adenosine receptors in Huntington's Disease.- Adenosine and Multiple Sclerosis.- Adenosinergic perspectives on schizophrenia - Opportunity for an integrative synthesis.- The role of adenosine in the ventral striatal circuits regulating behavioral activation and effort-related decision making: Importance for normal and pathological aspects of motivation.- Adenosine and autism: Physiological symptoms and metabolic opportunities.- Stress, Brain Adenosine Signaling, and Fatigue-Related Behavioral Processes.- Disruption of adenosine homeostasis in epilepsy and therapeutic adenosine augmentation.- Ketogenic Diet and Epilepsy: The Role of Adenosine.- Silk - a biocompatible and biodegradable biopolymer for therapeutic adenosine delivery.- Anatomical Distribution of Nucleoside System in the Human Brain and Implications for Therapy.
Responsibility: Susan Masino, Detlev Boison, editors.
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