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Neurobiology of Amino Acids, Peptides and Trophic Factors

Author: James A Ferrendelli; Robert C Collins; Eugene M Johnson
Publisher: Boston, MA : Springer US, 1988.
Series: Topics in the Neurosciences, Neuronal Control of Bodily Function: Basic and Clinical Aspects, 8.
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This volume represents the proceedings of the third in a series of annual inter national symposia. The first, The Neuroregulation of Autonomic, Endocrine, and Immune Systems, was held in Indianapolis in the fall of 1985. The second, Psychological and Biological Approaches to the Understanding of Human Disease, was held in Bielefeld, Germany in the fall of 1986. The theme of this series concerns the communication  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: James A Ferrendelli; Robert C Collins; Eugene M Johnson
ISBN: 9781461317210 1461317215
OCLC Number: 852790266
Description: 1 online resource (304 pages).
Contents: I. Excitatory Amino Acids --
1. Excitatory Amino Acid Synapses: Studies of Normal and Reorganized Pathways --
2. Conductance Mechanisms Activated by L-glutamate --
3. Classification and Allosteric Modulation of Excitatory Amino Acid Signal Transduction in Brain Slices and Primary Cultures of Cerebellar Neurons --
4. Excitatory Transmitters and Neuropsychiatric Disorders --
5. Pharmacology of Excitatory Amino Acid Antagonists and their Possible Therapeutic Use in Neurological Disease --
II. Trophic Factors --
6. Evidence for the Role of Afferents in the Regulation of Neuronal Survival During Normal Periods of Developmental Cell Death: Motoneurons and the Ciliary Ganglion --
7. The Biology of Nerve Growth Factor In Vivo --
8. Schwann Cell Contact as a Factor in Neuronal Trophic Support and the Promotion of Neurite Growth --
9. Role of Nerve Growth Factor in the Central Nervous System --
III. Neuropeptides --
10. Neuropeptides: General Aspects --
11. Role of Atriopeptin in Central Cardiovascular Control --
12. Opioid Peptides: Possible Physiological Role As Endogenous Anticonvulsants --
13. Alpha- and Beta-endopsychosins: Physiological Actions and Interactions with Excitatory Amino Acids --
14. Neuropeptide Abnormalities in Alzheimer's and Huntington's Diseases --
IV. Short Communications --
15. Demonstration of Individual Fibers from the Substantia Innominata to the Frontal Cortex of the Rat, Using Phaseolus vulgaris Leucoagglutinin (PHA-L) --
16. Determination of the Pharmacokinetics of 2-Amino-7-Phosphonoheptanoate in Plasma and Cerebrospinal Fluid --
17. Afferents to the Horizontal Diagonal Band of the Rat --
18. Male Infertility: Preliminary Evidence for Two Neuroendocrine Mediators of Stress on Gonadal Function --
19. Specific (D, L)-[3H]2-Amino-4-Phosphonobutyric Acid Binding to Frozen Synaptic Plasma Membranes --
20. L-[3H]Glutamate Binding to an N-Methyl-D-Aspartate Recognition Site in Synaptic Plasma Membranes --
21. Antagonist Effects of Y-Glutamyl-Aminomethylsulfonate in the In Vitro Hippocampal Slice --
22. 'Transmitter Specific' Inputs to the Mediodorsal Thalamic Nucleus in the Rat --
23. Characterization of Nerve Growth Factor Receptor-Bearing Cells in Cultures of Brain Tissue --
24. Role of Hypothalamic GABA in Aversively Motivated Behaviors --
25. Cholecystokinin Release from Rat Caudato-Putamen Slices Incubated In Vitro Is Inhibited by Excitatory Amino Acids --
26. Luminescent Immunoassay for Salivary Cortisol Measurement in Psychoendocrine Studies --
27. A Quantitative Study of the Development Expression of Nerve Growth Factor Receptors in Rats.
Series Title: Topics in the Neurosciences, Neuronal Control of Bodily Function: Basic and Clinical Aspects, 8.
Other Titles: Proceedings of the Third Annual International Symposium on Neuronal Control of Bodily Function: Basic and Clinical Aspects - November 4-7, 1986
Responsibility: edited by James A. Ferrendelli, Robert C. Collins, Eugene M. Johnson.
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