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Arterial chemoreception : from molecules to systems

Author: Colin A Nurse; International Society of Arterial Chemoreception.
Publisher: Dordrecht ; New York : Springer Verlag, ©2012.
Series: Advances in experimental medicine and biology, v. 758.
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"Arterial chemoreceptors are unique structures which continuously monitor changes in arterial blood oxygen, carbon dioxide, glucose, and acid. Alterations in these gases are almost instantaneously sensed by arterial chemoreceptors and relayed into a physiological response which restores blood homeostasis. Arterial Chemoreception contains updated material regarding the physiology of the primary arterial  Read more...
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Arterial chemoreception.
Dordrecht ; New York : Springer Verlag, ©2012
(DLC) 2012947999
(OCoLC)785082652
Material Type: Conference publication, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Colin A Nurse; International Society of Arterial Chemoreception.
ISBN: 9789400745841 9400745842
OCLC Number: 820852162
Notes: "This volume is based on the Proceedings of the XVIII ISAC Meeting which was held at McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, from July 10-15, 2011"--Preface.
Description: 1 online resource (xxiv, 406 pages) : illustrations (some color).
Contents: The Role of Hypoxia-Inducible Factors in Oxygen Sensing by the Carotid Body / Gregg L. Semenza, Nanduri R. Prabhakar --
Neuronal Mechanisms of Oxygen Chemoreception: An Invertebrate Perspective / Tara A. Janes, Naweed I. Syed --
Peripheral Chemoreceptors in Air- Versus Water- Breathers / Michael G. Jonz, Colin A. Nurse --
Sex-Specific Effects of Daily Gavage with a Mixed Progesterone and Glucocorticoid Receptor Antagonist on Hypoxic Ventilatory Response in Newborn Rats / Stéphanie Fournier, Van Diep Doan, Vincent Joseph --
Age-Dependent Changes in Breathing Stability in Rats / Lalah M. Niane, Aida Bairam --
Dose Dependent Effect of Progesterone on Hypoxic Ventilatory Response in Newborn Rats / Oubeidallah Hichri, Jean-C Laurin, Cécile A. Julien --
Postnatal Hyperoxia Impairs Acute Oxygen Sensing of Rat Glomus Cells by Reduced Membrane Depolarization / Insook Kim, David F. Donnelly, John L. Carroll --
Erythropoietin and the Sex-Dimorphic Chemoreflex Pathway / Jorge Soliz, Hanan Khemiri, Céline Caravagna, Tommy Seaborn. Time-Course of Ventilation, Arterial and Pulmonary CO₂ Tension During CO₂ Increase in Humans / Toru Satoh, Yasumasa Okada, Yasushi Hara, Fumio Sakamaki --
Oxygen Sensitive Synaptic Neurotransmission in Anoxia-Tolerant Turtle Cerebrocortex / Leslie T. Buck, D.W.R. Hogg, C. Rodgers-Garlick --
Ion Channel Regulation by the LKB1-AMPK Signalling Pathway: The Key to Carotid Body Activation by Hypoxia and Metabolic Homeostasis at the Whole Body Level / A. Mark Evans, Chris Peers, Christopher N. Wyatt, Prem Kumar --
Anoxia Response in Physiological Potassium of the Isolated Inspiratory Center in Calibrated Newborn Rat Brainstem Slices / Araya Ruangkittisakul, Klaus Ballanyi --
Hypoxic Redistribution of Iron and Calcium in the Cat Glomus Cells / Mieczyslaw Pokorski, Lidia Faff, Camillo Di Giulio --
Acute Hypoxia Does Not Influence Intracellular pH in Isolated Rat Carotid Body Type I Cells / Ryan L. Shapiro, Barbara L. Barr, Robert W. Putnam. Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S): A Physiologic Mediator of Carotid Body Response to Hypoxia / Nanduri R. Prabhakar --
The Retrotrapezoid Nucleus and Breathing / Patrice G. Guyenet, Ruth L. Stornetta, Stephen B.G. Abbott --
The Interaction Between Low Glucose and Hypoxia in the in vitro, Rat Carotid Body / Andrew P.S. Holmes, David Hauton, Prem Kumar --
Do the Carotid Bodies Modulate Hypoglycemic Counterregulation and Baroreflex Control of Blood Pressure In Humans? / Erica A. Wehrwein, Timothy B. Curry, Ananda Basu --
Shifting from Hypoxia to Hyperoxia to Assess the Peripheral Chemosensory Drive of Ventilation / Patricio Zapata, Carolina Larraín, Edison-Pablo Reyes --
CO₂ Signaling in Chemosensory Neuroepithelial Cells of the Zebrafish Gill Filaments: Role of Intracellular Ca² and pH / Sara J. Abdallah, Steve F. Perry, Michael G. Jonz --
Hyperplasia of Pulmonary Neuroepithelial Bodies (NEB) in Lungs of Prolyl Hydroxylase -1(PHD-1) Deficient Mice / Jie Pan, Herman Yeger, Peter Ratcliffe, Tammie Bishop. Precision-Cut Vibratome Slices Allow Functional Live Cell Imaging of the Pulmonary Neuroepithelial Body Microenvironment in Fetal Mice / Kathy Schnorbusch, Robrecht Lembrechts, Inge Brouns --
Oxygen Sensitivity of Gill Neuroepithelial Cells in the Anoxia-Tolerant Goldfish / Peter C. Zachar, Michael G. Jonz --
Interaction of Hypoxia and Core Temperature: Potential Role of TRPV1 / Nathaniel Y.W. Yuen, Sandra G. Vincent, Brian Foo --
Neonatal Intermittent Hypoxia Induces Persistent Alteration of Baroreflex in Adult Male Rats / Cécile A. Julien, Richard Kinkead, Vincent Joseph, Aida Bairam --
LPS-Induced c-Fos Activation in NTS Neurons and Plasmatic Cortisol Increases in Septic Rats Are Suppressed by Bilateral Carotid Chemodenervation / Edison-Pablo Reyes, Sebastián Abarzúa, Aldo Martin --
Developmental Regulation of Glucosensing in Rat Adrenomedullary Chromaffin Cells: Potential Role of the KATP Channel / Simon Livermore, Nikol A. Piskuric, Shaima Salman. Contribution of Inflammation on Carotid Body Chemosensory Potentiation Induced by Intermittent Hypoxia / Rodrigo Del Rio, Esteban A. Moya, Rodrigo Iturriaga --
Spexin Is Expressed in the Carotid Body and Is Upregulated by Postnatal Hyperoxia Exposure / Andrea Porzionato, Marcin Rucinski, Veronica Macchi --
Cyclic AMP and Epac Contribute to the Genesis of the Positive Interaction Between Hypoxia and Hypercapnia in the Carotid Body / Maria Ramirez, Laura Almaraz, Constancio Gonzalez --
Interactions Between Postnatal Sustained Hypoxia and Intermittent Hypoxia in the Adulthood to Alter Brainstem Structures and Respiratory Function / Elena Olea, Susana P. Gaytan, Ana Obeso, Constancio Gonzalez --
Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor in the Nucleus Tractus Solitarii Modulates Glucose Homeostasis After Carotid Chemoreceptor Stimulation in Rats / Sergio Montero, Ricardo Cuéllar, Mónica Lemus, Reyes Ávalos --
Hydrogen Sulfide Acting at the Carotid Body and Elsewhere in the Organism / Robert S. Fitzgerald, Machiko Shirahata, Irene Chang. Purinergic Modulation of Carotid Body Glomus Cell Hypoxia Response During Postnatal Maturation in Rats / John L. Carroll, Amit Agarwal, David F. Donnelly, Insook Kim --
Serotonin Dynamics and Actions in the Rat Carotid Body: Preliminary Findings / Maria Ramirez, Teresa Gallego-Martin, Elena Olea --
Human Carotid Body HIF and NGB Expression During Human Development and Aging / Camillo Di Giulio, S. Zara, A. Cataldi, Andrea Porzionato --
Propranolol Does Not Affect the Hindlimb Vasodilatation Elicited by Stimulation of Superior Laryngeal Nerve Paraganglia / Edward T. O'Connor, Ken D. O'Halloran, James F.X. Jones --
ATP Release from the Carotid Bodies of DBA/2J and A/J Inbred Mouse Strains / Pejmon Pashai, Eric W. Kostuk, Luis E. Pilchard --
Effect of Oxygen on Phosphodiesterases (PDE) 3 and 4 Isoforms and PKA Activity in the Superior Cervical Ganglia / Ana Rita Nunes, Vedangi Sample, Yang K. Xiang --
Chronic Intermittent Hypoxia Alters Genioglossus Motor Unit Discharge Patterns in the Anaesthetized Rat / Deirdre Edge, Aidan Bradford, James F.X. Jones. Upregulation of Pituitary Adenylate Cyclase Activating Polypeptide and Its Receptor Expression in the Rat Carotid Body in Chronic and Intermittent Hypoxia / S.Y. Lam, Y. Liu, E.C. Liong, G.L. Tipoe, Man Lung Fung --
Rabbit Ventilatory Responses to Peripheral Chemoexcitators: Effects of Chronic Hypoxia / Julio Alcayaga, Rodrigo Del Rio, Esteban A. Moya, Matías Freire --
Effect of Chronic Caffeine Intake on Carotid Body Catecholamine Dynamics in Control and Chronically Hypoxic Rats / Silvia V. Conde, Ana Obeso, Emília C. Monteiro --
Effects of Cigarette Smoke and Chronic Hypoxia on Ventilation in Guinea Pigs. Clinical Significance / Elena Olea, Elisabet Ferrer, Jesus Prieto-Lloret --
Some Reflections on Intermittent Hypoxia. Does it Constitute the Translational Niche for Carotid Body Chemoreceptor Researchers? / Constancio Gonzalez, Sara Yubero, M. Angela Gomez-Niño --
Role of Central/Peripheral Chemoreceptors and Their Interdependence in the Pathophysiology of Sleep Apnea / Jerome A. Dempsey, Curtis A. Smith, Gregory M. Blain. Physiologic Basis for Intermittent Hypoxic Episodes in Preterm Infants / R.J. Martin, J.M. Di Fiore, P.M. MacFarlane, C.G. Wilson --
Chronic Intermittent Hypoxia Increases Apnoea Index in Sleeping Rats / Deirdre Edge, Aidan Bradford, Ken D. O'Halloran --
Contribution of TASK-Like Potassium Channels to the Enhanced Rat Carotid Body Responsiveness to Hypoxia / Fernando C. Ortiz, Rodrigo Del Rio, Rodrigo Varas --
Antioxidation and the Hypoxic Ventilatory Response / Mieczyslaw Pokorski, Agnieszka Rekawek, Izabela Zasada --
Differential Regulation of Tyrosine Hydroxylase by Continuous and Intermittent Hypoxia / Gayatri Raghuraman, Nanduri R. Prabhakar, Ganesh K. Kumar --
Heart Failure and Carotid Body Chemoreception / Harold D. Schultz, Noah J. Marcus.
Series Title: Advances in experimental medicine and biology, v. 758.
Responsibility: Colin A. Nurse [and others], editors.
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"Arterial chemoreceptors are unique structures which continuously monitor changes in arterial blood oxygen, carbon dioxide, glucose, and acid. Alterations in these gases are almost instantaneously sensed by arterial chemoreceptors and relayed into a physiological response which restores blood homeostasis. Arterial Chemoreception contains updated material regarding the physiology of the primary arterial chemoreceptor; the carotid body. Moreover, this book also explores tantalizing evidence regarding the contribution of the aortic bodies, chromaffin cells, lung neuroepithelial bodies, and brainstem areas involved in monitoring changes in blood gases. Furthermore this collection includes data showing the critical importance of these chemoreceptors in the pathophysiology of human disease and possible therapeutic treatments. This book is a required text for any researcher in the field of arterial chemoreception for years to come. It is also a critical text for physicians searching for bench-to-bedside treatments for heart failure, sleep apnea, and pulmonary hypertension."--

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