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Coexistence of neuroactive substances in neurons

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Published by Wiley in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Neurotransmitters.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Victoria Chan-Palay and Sanford L. Palay.
    SeriesWiley series in neurobiology
    ContributionsChan-Palay, Victoria., Palay, Sanford L.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQP364.7 .C63 1984
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 433 p., [1] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages433
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3172456M
    ISBN 100471895032
    LC Control Number83014694

    This review focuses on presympathetic neurons in the medulla oblongata including the adrenergic cells groups C1-C3 in the rostral ventrolateral medulla and the serotonergic, GABAergic and glycinergic neurons in the ventromedial by: A natural neuroactive substance (NAS) is a chemical synthesized by neurons that affects the actions of other neurons or muscle cells. Natural neuroactive substances include neurotransmitters, neurohormones, and neuromodulators. Neurotransmitters work only between adjacent neurons through synapses. Neurohormones are released into the blood and work at a distance.

    Synthesis and metabolism of neuroactive steroids occur in neurons and glial cells (Garcia-Segura & Melcangi , Panzica & Melcangi , Pelletier ). Steroidogenesis is a process highly.   Correlative Microscopy in Biology: Instrumentation and Methods presents the detailed methodology of biological correlative microscopy, a technology that allows the acquisition of multiple data from single tissue block, cell, or section. The chapters in the book include detailed and complete instructions on the preparatory Edition: 1.

    Neuropeptides rank among the phylogenetically oldest interneuronal signal substances. In the concept of neurosecretion they were identified as neurohormones by which - via the hemal route - the brain regulates peripheral functions. (neuro-)hormones, and paracrine or autocrine signal substances in diverse parts of the body. This book reviews. Co-existence of neuroactive peptides and classical transmitters in neurons has been frequently observed. The proposed studies examine the mechanisms of regulation of synthesis, secretion and storage of multiple co-localized neuroactive substances.


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Coexistence of neuroactive substances in neurons. New York: Wiley, © (OCoLC) Online version: Coexistence of neuroactive substances in neurons. New York: Wiley, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Victoria Chan-Palay; Sanford L.

Chan-Palay V and Palay SL (ed.) () Coexistence of neuroactive substances in neurons. Wiley New York Google Scholar Chin CA and Lam DMK () The uptake and release of Cited by: Book Title: Coexistence of Neuroactive Substances in Neurons. Author List: Jacobowitz, D.M.; Olschowka, J.A. Edited By: V.

Chan-Palay and S. Palay Published By: J. Wiley and Sons in New York. Chapter Title: Monoamine systems in the cerebral cortex. Coexistence of neuroactive substances in neurons book Title: Cytochemical Methods in Neuroanatomy. Coexistence of neuroactive substances in neurons 86 Cognitive science: mental models 89 Comparative neurology of the optic tectum Comparative physiology of sensory systems Computer models of cognition 89 Computer programs, comparative review of scientific word-processing software Computer programs.

Coexistence of Neuromessenger Molecules -- A Perspective. Over the last three decades, it has become increasingly clear that multiple messengers synthesized in, and released from, a single nerve ending (or some/dendrite) participate in the chemical transmission process – the one neuron, multiple transmitters : Tomas Hokfelt.

An improved post-embedding immunocytochemical technique was used to examine the coexistence of multi-neuroactive substances in neurons of young cat and newly hatched chicken retinas.

We found that two classical neurotransmitters-glycine (Gly) and r-aminobutyric acid (GABA) and one neuropeptide, neurotensin (NT) were located in the amacrine cells of cat and chicken : Wang Hh, Lü Jl.

Abstract. We have recently developed several methods for the quantitative evaluation of coexistence of neuroactive substances in nerve cell bodies, namely the overlap method and the occlusion method (Agnati et al.Agnati et al.Fuxe et al., Agnati et al.

).Cited by:   These findings support the idea that the neurons of the LSO which contain ChAT- enkephalin- or dynorphin-immunostainings project to the cochlea and belong to the LOCS. It can also be concluded that acetylcholine, enkephalins and dynorphins coexist within a same population of neurons of the LOCS, although other patterns of co-containment of neuroactive substances within LOCS Cited by:   3 Neuronal Responses to Neuroactive Substances Administered by Push-Pull Perfusion I.

Introduction II. Methods III. Findings IV. Effects of Dopamine on Striatal Neuron Discharge V. Ethanol Action on Striatal Neurons VI. Perspectives and Discussion References 4 Superfusion and Electrical Stimulation of the Canine Brain with a Push-Pull Cannula I Book Edition: 1.

thetic noradrenergic neurons by Hokfelt and his colleagues (), it has been found that numerous cells of vertebrate and invertebrate nervous systems coexpress neuroactive sub-stances. The partners in this coexistence usually comprise a neuropeptide and a "classical neurotransmitter" such as catecholamines or acetylcholine.

For example, in sympa-Cited by: Although the co-localizations of neuroactive substances, such as transmitters and peptides, in identified neurons is now a common histochemical phenomenon, the physiological roles and functional significance of such co-existence are largely by: This rich peptide network within the hippocampus with likely extrahippocampal interconnections raises questions concerning coexistence with other neuroactive substances, the functions of such substantial networks, and how they are altered in human neurological by:   Coexistence of neuroactive substances has been recorded in different neuron types such as neuroendocrine cells, interneurons, sensory cells and motor neurons.

Synthesizing enzymes for four neuroactive substances in motor neurons and neuromuscular junctions: light and electron microscopic immunocytochemistry. V Chan-Palay, A G Engel, S L Palay, and J Y Wu. Coexistence of Neuroactive Substances in Neurons avg rating — 0 ratings — published Want to Read saving.

Development of Quantitative Methods for the Evaluation of the Entity of Coexistence of Neuroactive Substances in Nerve Terminal Populations in Discrete Areas of the Central Nervous System: Evidence for Hormonal Regulation of Cotransmission.

Pages Fuxe, Kjell (et al.). In doing so, we have pointed out the difference between the definitions of type I neurons given by Dogiel and Stach. Secondly, it provides a basis for the morpho-chemical classification of human enteric neurons as revealed by their immunoreactivity for neurofilaments and several neuroactive substances or.

It is also the case that coexistence of neuroactive substances occurs in many amacrine cells. It has been reported that two peptides can coexist in the same amacrine cell, that a peptide and a monoamine coexist, or finally that a peptide or monoamine and an inhibitory amino acid (usually GABA) are.

Purkinje neurons of the cerebellar cortex from a chemically and morphologically heterogeneous population containing some members that have gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), others that have immunoreactivity for motilin, and a small number that have both. The remaining % of all Purkinje cells have neither of these two neuroactive substances, leaving possibilities for other Cited by: This book first presents an overview on the chemical coding of the morphological neuron types described by Stach in the pig intestine.

In doing so, we have pointed out the difference between the definitions of type I neurons given by Dogiel and Stach. Purkinje neurons of the cerebellar cortex from a chemically and morphologically heterogeneous population containing some members that have gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), others that have immunoreactivity for motilin, and a small number that have both.

The remaining % of all Purkinje cells have neither of these two neuroactive substances, leaving possibilities for other transmitter.Neuropeptides are small protein-like molecules (peptides) used by neurons to communicate with each other. They are neuronal signalling molecules that influence the activity of the brain and the body in specific ways.

Different neuropeptides are involved in a wide range of brain functions, including analgesia, reward, food intake.Dick Nässel Professor View page in English. Arbetar vid Zoologiska institutionen: although there is ample evidence for colocalization of neuroactive compounds in neurons of the CNS, based both on traditional techniques and novel single cell transcriptome analysis.

Coexistence of neuroactive substances has been recorded in different.