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Handbook of Behavioral State Control
Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms

ISBN 9780849331510
Published November 12, 1998 by CRC Press
720 Pages

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Handbook of Behavioral State Control: Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms provides the first synthesis of information on the neurobiology of behavioral states, ranging from normal stress and sleep deprivation to debilitating neuropsychiatric disorders. This book presents a working reference on the cellular and molecular mechanisms generating arousal states; pharmacological and non-pharmacological methods of behavioral state control; and the bi-directional interaction between arousal state and the neurobiology of pain, and between sleep and the immune system.

Table of Contents

Preface, R. Lydic and H.A. Baghdoyan
Mammalian Circadian (24 hr) Rhythms, W.J. Schwartz, Section Editor
Introduction: Endogenous Pacemakers and Daily Programs, W.J. Schwartz and P. Zlomanczuk
Anatomy of the Mammalian Circadian Timekeeping System, J.P. Card
Intercellular Interactions and the Physiology of Circadian Rhythms in Mammals, H.D. Piggins and B. Rusak
The Molecular Basis of the Pineal Melatonin Rhythm: Regulation of Serotonin N-Acetylation, D.C. Klein, R. Baler, P.H. Roseboom, J.L. Weller, M. Bernard, J.A. Gasatel, M. Zatz, P.M. Iuvone, V. Bégay, J. Falcón , G. Cahill, V.M. Cassone, and S.L. Coon
Molecular Components of a Model Circadian Clock: Lessons from Drosophila, P.E. Hardin and A. Sehgal
Strategies for Dissecting the Molecular Mechanisms of Mammalian Circadian Rhythmicity, L.D. Wilsbacher, J.P. Wisor, and J.S. Takahashi
Daily Alterations in Arousal State: Sleep, M.W. Mahowald, Section Editor
The Evolution of REM Sleep, J.M. Siegel
Mentation During Sleep: The NREM/REM Distinction, T.A. Nielsen
Narcolepsy, E. Mignot and S. Nishino
Dissociated States of Wakefulness and Sleep, M.W. Mahowald and C. H. Schenck
Neuroanatomical and Neurochemical Basis of Behavioral States, K. Semba, Section Editor
The Mesopontine Cholinergic System: A Dual Role in REM Sleep and Wakefulness, K. Semba
An Integrative Role for Serotonin in the Central Nervous System, B.L. Jacobs and C.A. Fornal
Inhibitory Mechanisms in the Dorsal Raphe Nucleus and Locus Coeruleus During Sleep, P.-H. Luppi, C. Peyron, C. Rampon, D. Gervasoni, B. Barbagli, R. Boissard, and P. Fort
Cholinergic and GABAergic Neurons of the Basal Forebrain: Role in Cortical Activation, B.E. Jones and M. Mühlethaler
Immediate Early Gene Expression in Sleep and Wakefulness, M. Bentivoglio and G. Grassi-Zucconi
Cellular and Network Mechanisms of Behavioral State Control, R.W. Greene, Section Editor
Synaptic and Intrinsic Membrane Properties that Regulate Noradrenergic and Serotonergic Neurons During Sleep/Wake Cycles, J.T. Williams
Mechanisms Affecting Neuronal Excitability in Brainstem Cholinergic Centers and Their Impact on Behavioral State, R.W. Greene and D.G. Rainnie
Intrinsic Electroresponsiveness of Basal Forebrain Cholinergic and Non-Cholinergic Neurons, A. Alonso
Hypothalamic Regulation of Sleep, P.J. Shiromani, T. Scammell, J.E. Sherin, and C.B. Saper
Cellular Substrates of Oscillations in Corticothalamic Systems During States of Vigilance, M. Steriade
State-Dependent Changes in Network Activity of the Hippocampal Formation, J. J. Chrobak and G. Buzsáki
Molecules Modulating Mental States, S.J. Henriksen, Section Editor
Neuronal Mediation of Addictive Behavior, G.F. Koob
Cholinergic Enhancement of REM Sleep from Sites in the Pons and Amygdala, J.M. Calvo and K. Simon-Arceó
State-Altering Effects of Barbiturates and Benzodiazepines, W.B. Mendelson
State-Altering Actions of Ethanol, Caffeine, and Nicotine, T. Roehrs and T. Roth
Psychomimetic Drugs - Marijuana and 5-HT Antagonists, O. Prospéro-Garcia, E. M. Rodrîguez, A. Jiménez-Anguiano, L. Navarro, M. Sánchez, M. Gómez, D. Martînez-González , M. Palomero, and R. Drucker-Colin
State-Dependent Processing in Somatosensory Pathways, P.J. Soja, Section Editor
Somatosensory Transmission in the V Brainstem Complex and Its Modulation by Peripheral and Central Neural Influences, B.J. Sessle
Anatomy, Physiology, and Descending Control of Lumbosacral Sensory Neurons Involved in Tactile and Pain Sensations, W.D. Willis, Jr.
Brainstem Pain Modulating Neurons and Behavioral State, M.M. Heinricher and S.P. McGaraughty
Electrophysiology of Spinal Sensory Processing in the Absence and Presence of Surgery and Anesthesia, P.M. Headley, B.A. Chizh, J.F. Herrero, and N.A. Hartell
Transmission Through Ascending Trigeminal and Lumbar Sensory Pathways: Dependence on Behavioral State, P.J. Soja, B.E. Cairns, and M.P. Kristensen
Pain and Anesthesia, J-M. Besson, Section Editor
Future Pharmacological Treatments of Pain, A.H. Dickenson, V. Chapman, and A. Reeve
The Multiplicity of Ascending Pain Pathways, L. Villanueva , and J-F. Bernard
Is There Still Room in the Neurosurgical Treatment of Pain for Making Lesions in Nociceptive Pathways? J. Gybels
Immunological Alterations in Arousal States, J.M. Krueger, Section Editor
Cytokines and Sleep Regulation, J.M. Krueger and J. Fang
Fever, Body Temperature, and Levels of Arousal, M.R. Opp
Microbial Modulation of Arousal, L.A. Toth
Immune Alterations in Neurotransmission, L. Imeri and M. G. De Simoni

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