Advances in Pharmacology: Catecholamines: Bridging Basic Science with Clinical Medicine v.42

Advances in Pharmacology: Catecholamines: Bridging Basic Science with Clinical Medicine v.42

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This volume in Advances in Pharmacology focuses on all aspects of catecholamine research, from very basic to medical. It is broad based and covers many areas within physiology and medicine.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 1040 pages
  • 154.9 x 238.8 x 20.3mm | 589.68g
  • Academic Press Inc
  • San Diego, United States
  • English
  • 1998 ed.
  • b&w illustrations, index
  • 0120329433
  • 9780120329434

About David S. Goldstein

Ferid Murad was born in Whiting, Indiana. Working concurrently on an M.D. and Ph.D. in Pharmacology, Dr. Murad graduated with both degrees from Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, in 1965. His many honors include the Alfred S. Maschke Award for Clinical Excellence from Case Western Reserve University in 1965. He has held several distinguished positions, including Acting Chairman in the Department of Medicine and Acting Division Chief, Division of Respiratory Medicine at Stanford University. He currently is CEO and President of Molecular Geriatrics Corporation in Lake Bluff, Illinois. Dr. Murad is married and has five children.
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Table of contents

Mutations in the tyrosine hydroxylase gene cause various forms of L DOPA responsive dystonia, K. Bartholome, B. Ludecke; New regulatory protein of catecholamine synthesizing-enzyme expression, T. Yamakuni et al; Regulation of tyrosine hydroxylase gene transcription rate by transsynaptic mechanism and cell-cell contact, A.W. Tank et al; Unique and cell-type specific tyrosine hydroxylase gene expression, T. Joh et al; Triple colocalization of tyrosine hydroxylase, calretinin and calbindin D-28k in the periventricular-hypophysial dopaminergic neuronal system, D. Jacobowitz et al; The effect of phosphorylation at SER-40 on the structure and thermal stability of tyrosine hydroxylase, J. Haavik et al; Genetic basis of dominant dystonia, T. Nagatsu, H. Ichinose; Genetic disorders involving recycling and formation of tetrahydrobiopterin, S. Kaufman; Multiple pathways in regulation of dopamine Beta-hydroxylase, E. Sabban, B.B. Nankova; Examining adrenergic roles in development, physiology, and behaviour through targeted-disruption of the mouse dopamine Beta-hydroxylase gene, R.D. Palmiter; Genetic diseases of hypotension, D. Robertson, N. Hale; Catecholamine biosynthetic enzyme expression in neurologic and psychiatric disorders, J. Mallet et al; Neural control of phenylethanolamine N-methyltransferase via cholinergic activation of EGR-1, D.L. Wong et al; Determinants of phenethanolamine N-methyltransferase expression, M.J. Evinger; Factors affecting adrenal medullary catecholamine biosynthesis and release, N. Yanagihara et al; Glucocorticoid/PNMT interactions in humans, M. Mannelli et al; Synnexin (annexing VII) hypothesis for Ca2+/GTP regulated exocytosis, H.B. Pollard et al; Characteristics of transitter secretion from individual sympathetic varicosities, T.C. Cunnane, A. Smith; Appropriate target cells are required for maturation of neurotransmitter release function of sympathetic neurons in culture, A.R. Wakade, D. Przywara; Neurotransmitter release at individual sympathetic varicosities and boutons, M.R. Bennett; Monoamine transmitter release from small synaptic and large dense-core vesicles, D. Bruns, R. John; Calcium channels for exocytosis in chromaffin cells, A. Garcia et al; Kinetics and geometry of the excitatory dopaminergic transmission in the rat striatum In Vivo, F. Gonon, B. Bloch. (Part contents).
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"@from:Praise for the Series Recommended not only to pharmacologists but also to all those in related disciplines. --NATURE The works do represent an extensive compilation of recent data by outstanding researchers in this area. They are generally scientifically excellent, the bibliographies are good, and the individual reports are clear, concise, and extremely well illustrated. --H.E. Kaufmann in CHEMOTHERAPY Superb reading material. --JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES
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