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Huntington's disease

Author: Thomas N Chase; Nancy S Wexler; André Barbeau
Publisher: New York : Raven Press, 1979.
Series: Advances in neurology, v. 23.
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Genre/Form: Conference proceedings
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Huntington's disease.
New York : Raven Press, 1979
(OCoLC)571050641
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas N Chase; Nancy S Wexler; André Barbeau
ISBN: 0890043744 9780890043745
OCLC Number: 5103103
Description: xxvii, 820 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Epidemiologic approach to Huntington's disease --
Huntington's disease: mortality and morbidity data from outside the United States --
Mortality from Huntington's disease in the United States --
Genetic linkage --
Huntington's disease: types, frequency, and progression --
Genetic linkage in Huntington's disease --
Distortion of mendelian segregation in Huntington's diseases --
Huntington's chorea: current neuropathological status --
Neuronal nuclear-cytoplasmic changes in Huntington's chorea: electron microscope investigations --
Ultrastructure of the neostriatum in Huntington's and Parkinson's disease --
Physiology of the basal ganglia --
a brief overview --
Topographical organization of neurons related to arm movement in the putamen --
Motor unit control in Huntington's disease: a possible presymptomatic test --
Diagnosis of Huntington's disease --
Computed axial tomography in Huntington's disease and persons at-risk for Huntington's disease --
Cognitive and affective aspects of Huntington's disease --
Investigations of the memory disorders of patients with Huntington's disease --
Encoding processes, learning, and recall in Huntington's disease --
Subtle cognitive deficits as 15- and 20-year precursors of Huntington's disease --
Neuropsychological profile of Huntington's disease: patients and those at risk --
Perceptual-motor, cognitive, and emotional characteristics of persons at risk for Huntington's disease --
Dementias of Huntington's and Parkinson's disease. Psychiatric syndromes in Huntington's disease --
Neuroendocrine changes in Huntington's disease --
an overview --
Levodopa and glucose influence on prolactin secretion in Huntington's disease --
Disturbances in hypothalamic-pituitary hormonal dopaminergic regulation in Huntington's disease --
Dopaminergic drugs on growth hormone and prolactin secretion in Huntington's disease --
Search for the mutant protein in Huntington's disease and schizophrenia --
Growth of Huntington's disease fibroblasts during their in vitro life-span --
Two-dimensional analysis of radiolabeled proteins in cultured Huntington's disease fibroblasts --
Huntington's disease firbroblasts: nutritional and protein glycosylatin studies --
Membrane defects in Huntington's disease --
Erythrocyte membrane alterations in Huntington's disease --
Comparison of reconstituted membranes from normal individuals and those with Huntington's disease --
Concanavalin A-induced lymphocyte capping in Huntington's disease --
temporal immunogenetics, Huntington's disease, and multiple sclerosis --
Huntington's disease, antineuronal antibodies, brain antigens, and receptors for IgG in human choroid plexus --
Antibody-dependent cytotoxicity in Huntington's disease. Update on the biochemistry of Huntington's chorea --
Brain gangliosides in Huntington's disease --
Platelet serotonin and platelet MAO activity in individuals with Huntington's disease --
Dopamine in Huntington's disease: a study of postmortum brain tissue --
Substance P: decrease in substantia nigra and globus pallidus in Huntington's disease --
Role of substance P as a "transducer" for dopamine in model choreas --
Alterations in postmortem brain angiotensin-converting enzyme activity and some neuropeptides in Huntingotn's disease --
Studies of neurotransmitter enzymes in Huntington's chorea --
Amino acids, peptides, and polyamines in cortical biopsies and ventricular fluid in patients with Huntinton's disease --
Cerebrospinal fluid GABA levels in Huntington's disease, "at-risk" for Huntington's disease, and normal controls --
Gamma-hydroxybutyrate: alterations in endogenous brain levels in Huntington's disease --
Animal models of Huntington's disease --
a review --
Kainic acid neurotoxicity and Huntington's disease --
Kainic acid neurotoxicity: insights into the pathophysiology of Huntington's disease --
Excitotoxic amino acids and Huntington's disease --
Catechol-O-methyltransferase in the kainic-acid treated rat striatum and in the basal ganglia in Huntington's disease --
Effects of kainic acid on behavioral and biochemical aspects of cholinergic function. Studies of kainate-induced caudate lesions in organotypic tissue culture --
On mechanism of selective neuronal degeneration in the rat brain: studies with ibotenic acid --
New animal model for Huntington's disease --
Pharmacology of Huntington's disease --
3H-dopamine binding studies in guinea pig striatal membrane suggesting two distinct dopamine receptor sites --
Gamma-aminobutyric acid receptor binding curves for human brain regions: comparison of Huntington's disease and normal --
Alterations in 3H-GABA binding in Huntington's disease: a phospholipid component? --
Huntington's disease: alterations in neurotransmitter receptor binding in the human brain --
Effects of GABA-mimetics on substantia nigra neurons --
Measurement of GABA in biological fluids: effects of GABA transaminase inhibitors --
Huntington's disease: overview of experimental therapeutics --
Improvement in Huntington's disease with low dosages of dopaminergic agonists --
Oral choline administration to patients with Huntington's disease --
Treatment of Huntington's disease with alpha- and beta-adrenergic antagonists --
Isoniazid therapy of Huntington's disease --
Huntington's disease, INH, and prolactine levels.
Series Title: Advances in neurology, v. 23.
Responsibility: edited by Thomas N. Chase, Nancy S. Wexler, André Barbeau.

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