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GABAB̳ receptors in mammalian function

Author: N G Bowery; H Bittiger; H -R Olpe
Publisher: Chichester, West Sussex, England ; New York : Wiley, ©1990.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats

Gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) plays an important neurotransmitter role within the mammalian brain. This collection of studies focuses on GABA receptors, addressing biochemical and peripheral  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Congresses
Conference papers and proceedings
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: N G Bowery; H Bittiger; H -R Olpe
ISBN: 047192461X 9780471924616
OCLC Number: 21875904
Notes: On t.p. "B" is subscript.
Papers from the First International GABAB̳ Symposium, King's College, Cambridge, England, Sept. 1989.
Description: xviii, 442 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Part 1 General: GABA(B) receptors - past, present and future, N.G.Bowery et al; GABA(B) receptor agonists and antagonists, D.I.B.Kerr et al; biochemistry, electrophysiology and pharmacology of a new GABA(B) antagonist, H.Bittiger et al. Part 2 Control of transmitter release: GABA(B) receptors and transmitter release, P.C.Waldmeier and P.A.Baumann; release-regulating GABA autoreceptors in human and rat CNS, M.Raiteri et al. Part 3 Peripheral aspects: review of peripheral GABA(B) effects, A.Giotti et al. Part 4 Biochemical aspects: evidence for the existence of GABA(B) receptor subpopulations in mammalian central nervous system, E.W.Karbon et al; GABA(B) receptors and inhibition of cyclic AMP formation, W.Wojcik; modulation by GABA of agonist-induced inositol phospholipid metabolism in guinea-pig and rat brain, M.l.A.Crawford and J.M.Young; solubilization and partial purification of cerebral GABA(B) receptor, K.Kuriyama et al. Part 5 Electrophysiological aspects: pre - and post-synaptic GABA(B) responses in the hippocampus, R.A.Nicoll and P.Dutar; presynaptic GABA(B) receptors on rat hippocampal neurons, N.L.Harrison et al; GABA(B) receptor function in hippocampus - development and control of excitability, P.Schwartzkroin; GABA(B) receptor mediated frequency dependence of inhibitory postsynaptic potentials of neocortical neurones in vitro, R.Deisz and W.Zieglgansberger; GABA(B) mediated inhibition of Ca currents - a possible role in presynaptic inhibition, A.C.Dolphin et al; physiological and pharmacological characterization of GABA(B) receptor-mediated potassium conductance, N.Ogata. Part 6 Applied aspects - antidepressants: antidepressants and GABA(B) site upregulation, K.G.Lloyd; GABA(B) binding sites in depression and antidepressant drug action, J.A.Cross et al; autoradiographical analysis of GABA(B) sites in rat frontal cortex following chronic antidepressant administration, G.D.Pratt and N.G.Bowery; neurochemical effects of prenatal antidepressant administration on cortical GABA(B) receptor binding and striatal 3H-dopamine release, C.Knott. Part 7 Epilepsy: GABA(B) receptors and experimental models of epilepsy, G.Karlsson et al; GABA(B) receptors and analgesia, J.Sawynok.
Responsibility: edited by N.G. Bowery, H. Bittiger, and H.-R. Olpe.


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