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The Role of cell interactions in early neurogenesis : Cargèse 1983, edited by A.-M. Duprat, A.C. Kato, and M. Weber

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The Role of cell interactions in early neurogenesis : Cargèse 1983
Title
The Role of cell interactions in early neurogenesis
Title remainder
Cargèse 1983
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edited by A.-M. Duprat, A.C. Kato, and M. Weber
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eng
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DLC
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illustrations
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index present
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non fiction
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bibliography
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  • 1939-
  • 1944-
  • 1948-
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  • Duprat, A.-M.
  • Kato, A. C.
  • Weber, M.
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NATO ASI series. Series A, Life sciences
Series volume
v. 77
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  • Developmental neurobiology
  • Cell interaction
  • Cell Differentiation
  • Cell Physiological Phenomena
  • Nervous System
  • Neurons
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The Role of cell interactions in early neurogenesis : Cargèse 1983, edited by A.-M. Duprat, A.C. Kato, and M. Weber
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  • "Published in cooperation with NATO Scientific Affairs Division."
  • Proceedings of a workshop sponsored by CNRS, NATO, and EMBO, held at the Institut d'études scientifiques in Cargèse, Corsica, May 29-June 3, 1983
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Contents
  • S. Løvtrup
  • Sequential induction of the central nervous system
  • L. Saxén
  • Neural-inducing activity of newly-mesodermalized cells and cellular alterations of induced neurodermal cells
  • A. S. Suzuki, T. Kanéda and T. Ueno
  • A molecular aspect of neural induction in CYNOPS presumptive ectoderm treated with lectins
  • K. Takata, K. Y. Yamamoto and N. Takahashi
  • Neural embryonic induction
  • H. Tiedemann
  • 2. Cell migration and early stages of differentiation :
  • 1. Neural induction :
  • Adrenergic differentiation in the automatic nervous system
  • P. Cochard
  • Search for the stem cells and their characteristics in the mouse hypothalamus
  • F. de Vitry
  • Post-transcriptional regulation of ontogenetically modulated proteins in the nervous system
  • H. Soreq
  • Role of the extracellular matrix in neural crest cell migration
  • J. P. Thierry, R. Rovasio, J. L. Duband, A. Delouvée, M. Vincent and H. Aoyama
  • Neurodifferentiation in cultures of F9 teratocarcinoma cells
  • J. Wartiovaara, P. Liesi, H. Hervonen and L. Rechardt
  • Early events in the neurogenesis of amphibians
  • 3. Neuronal and glial markers :
  • Intermediate filaments as markers of neuronal differentiation
  • F. Alfonsi, M. Darmon, N. Forest and D. Paulin
  • Immunochemical studies on the D2-glycoprotein
  • E. Bock and K. Møllgård
  • Molecular heterogeneity in peripheral glia
  • R. Mirsky and K. R. Jessen
  • Plasma proteins and fetal brain development
  • N. R. Saunders
  • Stage specific antigens on oligodendrocyte cell surface
  • A. M. Duprat, L. Gualandris, P. Kan, and F. Foulquier
  • I. Sommer and M. Schachner
  • Cell-type-specific molecules: identification of glycolipid binding sites for soybean agglutinin and differences in the surface glycolipids of cultured adrenergic and cholinergic sympathetic neurons
  • A. D. Zurn
  • 4. Electrophysiological approach to neurogenesis :
  • Membrane excitability in ciliary ganglion neurons and in mesencephalic neural crest cells
  • C. R. Bader, D. Bertrand, E. Dupin and A. C. Kato
  • Regulation of endplate channel gating
  • H. R. Brenner
  • Electrical excitability, regional differentiation and the ionic control of early development
  • P. Guerrier, M. Moreau and L. Meijer
  • Early embryonic induction: the ectodermal target cells
  • The early differentiation of neuronal membrane properties
  • N. C. Spitzer
  • The control of neuronal differentiation by intra-cellular sodium
  • A. E. Warner
  • 5. Factors involved in neuronal survival, development and differentiation :
  • Purification of a neurotrophic protein from mammalian brain
  • Y.-A. Barde and H. Thoenen
  • Studies of the development of central noradrenergic neurons in vitro
  • U. di Porzio and M. Estenoz
  • Nerve growth promoters in the embryonic chick
  • H. Grunz
  • T. Ebendal
  • The roles and limitations of growth factors in neuronal development
  • D. Edgar
  • Cell interactions during formation of the neuro-muscular junction. The search for muscle-derived motoneuron growth factors
  • C. E. Henderson
  • A spinal cord derived neurotrophic growth factor for spinal nerve sensory neurons
  • R. M. Lindsay and C. Peters
  • Inhibition of proteolytic activity as modulation of neurite outgrowth
  • D. Monard and J. Günther
  • Surface-bound and released neuronal glycoproteins and glycolipids
  • Clonal restrictions during early development of the frog embryo
  • P. H. Patterson
  • In vitro studies on the maturation of the ascending mesencephalic dopaminergic neurons
  • A. Prochiantz, S. Denis-Donini, M.-C. Daguet-de Montety, M. Mallat, A. Herbert and J. Glowinski
  • Brain factors in supporting proliferation of neuronal cells in culture
  • M. Sensenbrenner, I. Barakat and G. Labourdette
  • Plasticity in the neurotransmitter phenotype of rat sympathetic neurons in primary culture
  • J.-P. Swerts, M.-C. Giess, C. Mathieu, E. Sauron, A. Le Van Thai and M. Weber
  • M. Jacobson
  • The mechanism of the amphibian primary induction at the cellular level of organization
Control code
10753329
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
x, 356 pages
Isbn
9780306417160
Lccn
84009877
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
Label
The Role of cell interactions in early neurogenesis : Cargèse 1983, edited by A.-M. Duprat, A.C. Kato, and M. Weber
Publication
Note
  • "Published in cooperation with NATO Scientific Affairs Division."
  • Proceedings of a workshop sponsored by CNRS, NATO, and EMBO, held at the Institut d'études scientifiques in Cargèse, Corsica, May 29-June 3, 1983
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • S. Løvtrup
  • Sequential induction of the central nervous system
  • L. Saxén
  • Neural-inducing activity of newly-mesodermalized cells and cellular alterations of induced neurodermal cells
  • A. S. Suzuki, T. Kanéda and T. Ueno
  • A molecular aspect of neural induction in CYNOPS presumptive ectoderm treated with lectins
  • K. Takata, K. Y. Yamamoto and N. Takahashi
  • Neural embryonic induction
  • H. Tiedemann
  • 2. Cell migration and early stages of differentiation :
  • 1. Neural induction :
  • Adrenergic differentiation in the automatic nervous system
  • P. Cochard
  • Search for the stem cells and their characteristics in the mouse hypothalamus
  • F. de Vitry
  • Post-transcriptional regulation of ontogenetically modulated proteins in the nervous system
  • H. Soreq
  • Role of the extracellular matrix in neural crest cell migration
  • J. P. Thierry, R. Rovasio, J. L. Duband, A. Delouvée, M. Vincent and H. Aoyama
  • Neurodifferentiation in cultures of F9 teratocarcinoma cells
  • J. Wartiovaara, P. Liesi, H. Hervonen and L. Rechardt
  • Early events in the neurogenesis of amphibians
  • 3. Neuronal and glial markers :
  • Intermediate filaments as markers of neuronal differentiation
  • F. Alfonsi, M. Darmon, N. Forest and D. Paulin
  • Immunochemical studies on the D2-glycoprotein
  • E. Bock and K. Møllgård
  • Molecular heterogeneity in peripheral glia
  • R. Mirsky and K. R. Jessen
  • Plasma proteins and fetal brain development
  • N. R. Saunders
  • Stage specific antigens on oligodendrocyte cell surface
  • A. M. Duprat, L. Gualandris, P. Kan, and F. Foulquier
  • I. Sommer and M. Schachner
  • Cell-type-specific molecules: identification of glycolipid binding sites for soybean agglutinin and differences in the surface glycolipids of cultured adrenergic and cholinergic sympathetic neurons
  • A. D. Zurn
  • 4. Electrophysiological approach to neurogenesis :
  • Membrane excitability in ciliary ganglion neurons and in mesencephalic neural crest cells
  • C. R. Bader, D. Bertrand, E. Dupin and A. C. Kato
  • Regulation of endplate channel gating
  • H. R. Brenner
  • Electrical excitability, regional differentiation and the ionic control of early development
  • P. Guerrier, M. Moreau and L. Meijer
  • Early embryonic induction: the ectodermal target cells
  • The early differentiation of neuronal membrane properties
  • N. C. Spitzer
  • The control of neuronal differentiation by intra-cellular sodium
  • A. E. Warner
  • 5. Factors involved in neuronal survival, development and differentiation :
  • Purification of a neurotrophic protein from mammalian brain
  • Y.-A. Barde and H. Thoenen
  • Studies of the development of central noradrenergic neurons in vitro
  • U. di Porzio and M. Estenoz
  • Nerve growth promoters in the embryonic chick
  • H. Grunz
  • T. Ebendal
  • The roles and limitations of growth factors in neuronal development
  • D. Edgar
  • Cell interactions during formation of the neuro-muscular junction. The search for muscle-derived motoneuron growth factors
  • C. E. Henderson
  • A spinal cord derived neurotrophic growth factor for spinal nerve sensory neurons
  • R. M. Lindsay and C. Peters
  • Inhibition of proteolytic activity as modulation of neurite outgrowth
  • D. Monard and J. Günther
  • Surface-bound and released neuronal glycoproteins and glycolipids
  • Clonal restrictions during early development of the frog embryo
  • P. H. Patterson
  • In vitro studies on the maturation of the ascending mesencephalic dopaminergic neurons
  • A. Prochiantz, S. Denis-Donini, M.-C. Daguet-de Montety, M. Mallat, A. Herbert and J. Glowinski
  • Brain factors in supporting proliferation of neuronal cells in culture
  • M. Sensenbrenner, I. Barakat and G. Labourdette
  • Plasticity in the neurotransmitter phenotype of rat sympathetic neurons in primary culture
  • J.-P. Swerts, M.-C. Giess, C. Mathieu, E. Sauron, A. Le Van Thai and M. Weber
  • M. Jacobson
  • The mechanism of the amphibian primary induction at the cellular level of organization
Control code
10753329
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
x, 356 pages
Isbn
9780306417160
Lccn
84009877
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations

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