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The Resource Neurobiology of chemical transmission, the First Taniguchi Symposium of Brain Sciences ; edited by Masanori Otsuka, Zach W. Hall

Neurobiology of chemical transmission, the First Taniguchi Symposium of Brain Sciences ; edited by Masanori Otsuka, Zach W. Hall

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Neurobiology of chemical transmission
Title
Neurobiology of chemical transmission
Statement of responsibility
the First Taniguchi Symposium of Brain Sciences ; edited by Masanori Otsuka, Zach W. Hall
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Language
eng
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DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
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no index present
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non fiction
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1977
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Taniguchi Symposium of Brain Sciences
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bibliography
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1929-
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  • Ōtsuka, Masanori
  • Hall, Zach W
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  • Neural transmission
  • Neurotransmitters
  • Synapses
  • Neurobiology
  • Neurochemistry
  • Synapses
  • Synaptic Transmission
Label
Neurobiology of chemical transmission, the First Taniguchi Symposium of Brain Sciences ; edited by Masanori Otsuka, Zach W. Hall
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Publication
Note
Sponsored by the Taniguchi Foundation
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Jon Lindstrom
  • Ca2+ and the action of acetylocholine on the subsynaptic membrane
  • Kenji Kuba
  • Intracellular acetylocholine synthesis and GABA synthesis in some crustacean neurons
  • H. Koike, K. Tsuda
  • Factors which may regulate synthesis and release of acetylocholine in the nerve terminals of the rat brain
  • T. Matsuda, N. Yonehara, Y. Noguchi, F. Hata, C. H. Kuo, S. Katsuki, H. Yoshida
  • Axoplasmic transport of proteins in rat dorsal root ganglion cells
  • Yoshiaki Komiya
  • Part II. Development of signaling and synaptic content :
  • Part I. Mechanisms of chemical transmission :
  • Ionic channels in the egg membrane
  • Kunitaro Takahashi
  • Functional neuromuscular contact formation and neurospecificity in cell culture
  • Yoshiaki Kidokoro
  • Nerve-muscle synapse formation in vitro: synaptic ultrastructure and the development of postsynaptic sensitivity
  • Eric Frank, Gerald D. Fischbach
  • Developmental change in transmitter sensitivity of cultured spinal neurons
  • Kunihiko Obata
  • Environmental determination of neurotransmitter functions in developing sympathetic neurons
  • Paul H. Patterson, Robert B. Campenot, Linda L. Y. Chun, E. J. Furshpan, Story C. Landis, D. D. Potter, Louis F. Reichardt, Patricia A. Walicke
  • Changes in the structure of presynaptic membranes during transmitter secretion
  • Elimination of inappropriate synapses in adult salamander muscle: a mechanism of normal development
  • J. W. Yip, M. J. Dennis
  • Part III. Synaptic transmission in higher systems :
  • Identification of neurons on a transmitter histochemical basis
  • Tomas Hökfelt, Olle Johansson, Åke Ljungdahl, Marianne Schultzberg, Kjell Fuxe, Menek Goldstein
  • Cyclic nucleotides and neurotransmission: involvement of adenosine and glutamic acid in depolarization-elicited accumulation of cyclic AMP
  • Hirotoshi Shimuzu
  • Inhibitory action of adenosine and adenine nucleotides on the postsynaptic potential (PSP) of an olfactory cortex slice of the guinea pig
  • Yasuhiro Okada
  • Physiological and morphological identification of signal pathways in the carp retina
  • J. E. Heuser, T. S. Reese
  • Akimichi Kaneko, Edward V. Famiglietti, Jr., Masao Tachibana
  • Electrical activity of anterior pituitary cells and its functional implication
  • Seiji Ozawa, Shun-ichi Miyazaki, Olav Sand
  • Differential postsynaptic effects of barbiturates on chemical transmission
  • R. A. Nicoll
  • Effects of CNS lesions on neuronal development and synaptogenesis in young animals: in thhe cerebellum and related structures
  • Saburo Kawaguchi, Tetsuro Yamamoto, Akio Samejima
  • Formation of new corticorubral synapses in red nucleus neurons after denervation and the properties of their synaptic transmission
  • F. Murakami
  • On the structure of synaptic vesicles
  • Toku Kanaseki
  • Biochemical control and molecular properties of the acetylocholine receptors in skeletal muscle
  • Stanley C. Froehner, Neil M. Nathanson, C. Gary Reiness, Zach W. Hall
  • Autoimmune response to acetylocholine receptor in myasthenia gravis and its animal model
Control code
4496956
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
x, 326 pages
Isbn
9780471039747
Lccn
78024602
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(WaOLN)76460
Label
Neurobiology of chemical transmission, the First Taniguchi Symposium of Brain Sciences ; edited by Masanori Otsuka, Zach W. Hall
Publication
Note
Sponsored by the Taniguchi Foundation
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Jon Lindstrom
  • Ca2+ and the action of acetylocholine on the subsynaptic membrane
  • Kenji Kuba
  • Intracellular acetylocholine synthesis and GABA synthesis in some crustacean neurons
  • H. Koike, K. Tsuda
  • Factors which may regulate synthesis and release of acetylocholine in the nerve terminals of the rat brain
  • T. Matsuda, N. Yonehara, Y. Noguchi, F. Hata, C. H. Kuo, S. Katsuki, H. Yoshida
  • Axoplasmic transport of proteins in rat dorsal root ganglion cells
  • Yoshiaki Komiya
  • Part II. Development of signaling and synaptic content :
  • Part I. Mechanisms of chemical transmission :
  • Ionic channels in the egg membrane
  • Kunitaro Takahashi
  • Functional neuromuscular contact formation and neurospecificity in cell culture
  • Yoshiaki Kidokoro
  • Nerve-muscle synapse formation in vitro: synaptic ultrastructure and the development of postsynaptic sensitivity
  • Eric Frank, Gerald D. Fischbach
  • Developmental change in transmitter sensitivity of cultured spinal neurons
  • Kunihiko Obata
  • Environmental determination of neurotransmitter functions in developing sympathetic neurons
  • Paul H. Patterson, Robert B. Campenot, Linda L. Y. Chun, E. J. Furshpan, Story C. Landis, D. D. Potter, Louis F. Reichardt, Patricia A. Walicke
  • Changes in the structure of presynaptic membranes during transmitter secretion
  • Elimination of inappropriate synapses in adult salamander muscle: a mechanism of normal development
  • J. W. Yip, M. J. Dennis
  • Part III. Synaptic transmission in higher systems :
  • Identification of neurons on a transmitter histochemical basis
  • Tomas Hökfelt, Olle Johansson, Åke Ljungdahl, Marianne Schultzberg, Kjell Fuxe, Menek Goldstein
  • Cyclic nucleotides and neurotransmission: involvement of adenosine and glutamic acid in depolarization-elicited accumulation of cyclic AMP
  • Hirotoshi Shimuzu
  • Inhibitory action of adenosine and adenine nucleotides on the postsynaptic potential (PSP) of an olfactory cortex slice of the guinea pig
  • Yasuhiro Okada
  • Physiological and morphological identification of signal pathways in the carp retina
  • J. E. Heuser, T. S. Reese
  • Akimichi Kaneko, Edward V. Famiglietti, Jr., Masao Tachibana
  • Electrical activity of anterior pituitary cells and its functional implication
  • Seiji Ozawa, Shun-ichi Miyazaki, Olav Sand
  • Differential postsynaptic effects of barbiturates on chemical transmission
  • R. A. Nicoll
  • Effects of CNS lesions on neuronal development and synaptogenesis in young animals: in thhe cerebellum and related structures
  • Saburo Kawaguchi, Tetsuro Yamamoto, Akio Samejima
  • Formation of new corticorubral synapses in red nucleus neurons after denervation and the properties of their synaptic transmission
  • F. Murakami
  • On the structure of synaptic vesicles
  • Toku Kanaseki
  • Biochemical control and molecular properties of the acetylocholine receptors in skeletal muscle
  • Stanley C. Froehner, Neil M. Nathanson, C. Gary Reiness, Zach W. Hall
  • Autoimmune response to acetylocholine receptor in myasthenia gravis and its animal model
Control code
4496956
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
x, 326 pages
Isbn
9780471039747
Lccn
78024602
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(WaOLN)76460

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