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Opiate receptors and the neurochemical correlates of pain

Author: Susanna Fürst; Magyar Farmakológiai Társaság.
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Pergamon Press, 1980.
Series: Magyar Farmakológiai Társaság.; Advances in pharmacological research and practice
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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Opiate Receptors and the Neurochemical Correlates of Pain, Volume V, documents the proceedings of the 3rd Congress of the Hungarian Pharmacological Society held in Budapest, 1979. The congress offered a good opportunity to stimulate discussions and exchange of ideas between scientists from various countries who approach the problem of narcotics and pain mechanisms in different ways. The 27 contributions in this  Read more...
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Magyar Farmakológiai Társaság.
Opiate receptors and the neurochemical correlates of pain.
(DLC) 80041281
(OCoLC)7173093
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Susanna Fürst; Magyar Farmakológiai Társaság.
ISBN: 9781483147888 1483147886
OCLC Number: 884457511
Notes: Papers from thhe 3d congress of the Hungarian Pharmacological Society, Budapest, 1979.
Includes index.
Description: 1 online resource (vii, 237 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Front Cover; Opiate Receptors and the Neurochemical Correlates of Pain; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; PREFACE; PART I: OPIATE RECEPTORS; CHAPTER 1. OPIATE-A RECEPTORS RELATE TO CHOLINERGIC AND OPIATE-B RECEPTORS TO CATECHOLAMINERGIC NEURONS; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 2. BEHAVIORAL AND BIOCHEMICAL STUDIES ON AZIDOMORPHINES. I. BEHAVIORAL ACTIONS AND ANTAGONISM OF ABSTINENCE SYNDROMES; Methods and materials; Results; Discussion; Summary; References; CHAPTER 3. BEHAVIORAL AND BIOCHEMICAL STUDIES ON AZIDOMORPHINES. II. ACTION ON OPIATE AND CATECHOLAMINE RECEPTORS; Methods and materials; Results. CHAPTER 7. IN VITRO STUDIES ON THE OPIATE RECEPTOR AFFINITY OF FENTANYL ANALOGUESINTRODUCTION; MATERIALS AND METHODS; RESULTS AND DISCUSSION; SUMMARY; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 8. OPIATE RECEPTORS IN THE BRAIN OF MOLLUSCS(ANODONTA CYGNEA, HELIX POMATIA); Introduction; Methods; Results; Discussion; Summary; References; PART II: OPIOID PEPTIDES; CHAPTER 9. BRAIN AND PITUITARY OPIOID PEPTIDES: PHARMACOLOGICAL MANIPULATION OF CONTENT AND RELEASE; Release of enkephalins from rat striatum in vitro; Release of ß-endorphin from rat hypothalamus and pituitary in vitro. Changes of endorphin content and release in vivoEffects of chronic drug treatment; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 10. IN VIVO ACTIVE ENKEPHALIN ANALOGUES: STRUCTURE-ACTIVITY RELATIONSHIPS; SUMMARY; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 11. STUDY ON THE NEUROLEPTIC ACTIVITY OF ENDORPHINS; INTRODUCTION; MATERIALS AND METHODS; RESULTS; DISCUSSION; SUMMARY; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 12. BEHAVIOURAL EFFECTS OF A POTENT MORPHINE-LIKE PENTAPEPTIDE:(D-MET2, PR05)-ENKEPHALINAMIDE; Introduction; Materials and Methods; Results; Discussion; Summary; References; CHAPTER 13. THE INFLUENCE OF SOME PEPTIDES ON MORPHINE ANALGETIC EFFECT. IntroductionMethods; Residts and discussion; Summary; References; CHAPTER 14. ARE PLASMA LEVELS OF ß-ENDORPHIN CORRELATED WITH ADAPTATIONOF HUMANS TO STRESS SITUATIONS; Introduction; Materials and Methods; Results; Discussion; Summary; References; CHAPTER 15. INVOLVEMENT OF THE OPIOID PEPTIDERGIC SYSTEM IN BIOLOGICAL RESPONSES OF ADAPTIVE SIGNIFICANCE; ABSTRACT; INTRODUCTION; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 16. NALOXONE ENHANCES PERISTALSIS IN THE GUINEA PIG SMALL IN TESTINE IN VITRO. INFLUENCE ON DIFFERENT PARAMETERS OFPERISTAESIS; Introduction; Materials and methods; Results and discussion; Summary.
Series Title: Magyar Farmakológiai Társaság.; Advances in pharmacological research and practice
Responsibility: editor, Susanna Fürst.

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Opiate Receptors and the Neurochemical Correlates of Pain, Volume V, documents the proceedings of the 3rd Congress of the Hungarian Pharmacological Society held in Budapest, 1979. The congress offered a good opportunity to stimulate discussions and exchange of ideas between scientists from various countries who approach the problem of narcotics and pain mechanisms in different ways. The 27 contributions in this volume have enriched knowledge in this rapidly expanding field of pharmacology. This volume begins with a discussion of opiate receptors. The results suggest the interaction of various.

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