International Review of Neurobiology

International Review of Neurobiology

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This serial, a combination of several serials on neurosciences, provides current information in the fields of neurobiology. This volume presents reviews on GABA, as well as topics dealing with cannabinoids, hippocampus, and neostriatum. Topics include modulation of inhibitory and excitatory neurotransmitter receptors by protein phosphorylation; the use-dependent regulation of GABA receptors; mechanisms of synaptic transmission in the neostriatum; regulation of neurotransmitters function by the neuronal cytoskeleton; the anatomy and physiology of opioids in the hipocampus; the molecular bioogy and pharmacology of the cannabinoid receptor; the use of invertebrate and mammalian model systems in the study of anesthetic drug action; and the ethanol effects on ion channels and locomotion.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 300 pages
  • 152 x 229mm | 685g
  • Academic Press Inc
  • San Diego, United States
  • English
  • b&w illustrations, references, index
  • 0123668395
  • 9780123668394

About Ronald J. Bradley

Edited by Ronald J. Bradley, Robert Adron Harris, and Peter Jenner
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Table of contents

Modulation of amino acid-gated ion channels by protein phosphorylation, S.J. Moss, T.G Smart; use dependent regulation of GABAA receptors, E.M. Barnes Jr; synaptic transmission and modulation in the neostriatum, D.M. Lovinger, E. Tyler; the cytoskeleton and the neurotransmitter receptors, V.J. Whatley, R.A. Harris; endogenous opinoid regulation of hippocampal function, C. Chavkin; molecular neurobiology of the cannabinoid receptor, M.E. Abood, B.R. Martin; genetic models in the study of anesthetic drug action, V.J. Simpson, T.E. Johnson; neurochemical bases of locomotion and ethanol's locomotor stimulant effects, T.J. Phillips; ethanol effects on ion channels, F. Crews, L. Morrow, H. Criswell, G. Breese.
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