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1st Edition

Revival: The Adrenal Medulla 1986-1988 (1989)

ISBN 9781138562066
Published February 14, 2019 by CRC Press
564 Pages

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Book Description

This volume provides a complete review of all the articles which have appeared in the literature since 1986 that pertain to the adrenal medulla and adrenal chromaffin. Over 1700 articles are reviewed, organized, and summarized. Topics covered include the transplantation of medulla into the brain, stimulus-secretion coupling, neuropeptides, enzymes of catecholamine biosynthesis, growth factors, neural regulation and clinical considerations, including imaging and tumors. This book will provide interesting reading for neurobiologists, cell biologists, pathologists, diagnostic radiologists, and advanced biology students.

Table of Contents

Morphology.  Comparative Morphology.  Developmental Studies.  Morphologic Descriptions and Alterations. Stimulus-Secretion Coupling: Receptors.  Nicotinic Receptors.  Desensitization. Muscarinic Receptors. Adrenergic Receptors.  Dopaminergic Receptors.  c-Aminobutyric Acid (GABA) Receptors.  Opioid Peptide Receptors.  Atrial Natriuretic Factor Receptors.  Other Peptide Receptors.  Other Receptors.  Stimulus-Secretion Coupling: IonsCalcium Ions. Sodium. Other Ions.  Stimulus-Secretion Coupling: Intracellular Proteins And Nucleotides.  Calcium Binding Proteins.  Cytoskeleton and Contractile Proteins.  Protein Kinases . Nucleotides. GTP-Binding Proteins.  Phospholipases.  Other Proteins.  Stimulus Secretion Coupling: Exocytosis.  Techniques. Osmotic Forces.  Membrane Retrieval. Other Considerations.  Effects Of Drugs.  Mptp. Ethanol. Anesthetics. Other Agents.  ENZYMES.  Tyrosine Hydroxylase.  Aromatic L-Amino Acid Decarboxylase.  Dopamine b-Hydroxylase.  Phenylethanolamine N-Methyltransferase.  Other Enzymes.  Composition Of The Chromaffin CELL.  Amines.  Chromogranins.  Lipids and Related Substances.  Other Constituents.  Peptides.  Enkephalins and Related Peptides.  Neuropeptide Y.  Other Peptides.  Regulation and Processing.  Uptake Mechanisms.  Uptake into Chromaffin Vesicles.  Uptake into Chromaffin Cells.  Neural Regulation.  Intermediolateral Cell Column and Preganglionic Fibers.  Effects of Insulin and Role of Sensory Afferents.  Central Nervous System Stimulation and Lesion.  Monoaminergic and Cholinergic Systems in the CNS.  Peptidergic and Other Systems in the Cns. Growth Factors.  Nerve Growth Factor Receptors.  Effects of Nerve Growth Factor.  Interactions Between Nerve Growth Factor and Other Factors.  Other Growth Factors.  Cell Culture.  Transplantation.  Animal Models.  Clinical Trials. Other Considerations.  Psychology.  Stress and Emotional Behavior.  Age.  Memory.  Stress Induced Analgesia, Chronic Stress, and Indices of Sympathoadrenal Function.  Interaction with Pituitary Hormones and Peptides.  Physiology.  Perinatal Physiology.  Exercise.  Temperature Regulation.  Digestive Physiology, Feeding and Drinking.  Renal Physiology.  Interactions with Other Endocrine Organs.  Cardiovascular System.  Effects of Drugs and Neurotransmitters on Blood Pressure.  Ethanol.  Aging.  Other Physiologic Effects.  Clinical Considerations. Imaging.  Pheochromocytomas.  Other Considerations.

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Susan L. Stoddard, Ph.D., CLP Senior Licensing Manager at Mayo Clinic Ventures, retired Current: Mayo Innovation Scholars Program Previous: Mayo Clinic Ventures, Indiana University School of Medicine Education: Rutgers University

Dr. Stephen Carmichael is a Founding member to the AACA and has served our Association in many capacities. Most notably, he was the Editor-in-Chief of our official journal, Clinical Anatomy, from 2000 until 2012. During that time Clinical Anatomy expanded from being the official journal of the AACA and BACA to also being the official journal of the Australia and New Zealand Association of Clinical Anatomists (ANZACA) and the Association of Anatomy of Southern Africa (ASSA) thereby making our journal truly international. Dr. Carmichael expanded the influence of our journal in China and many other countries. Clinical Anatomy has become the major source of historic information on anatomy during the Third Reich, a dark period in our history that is finally coming to light. The Impact Factor of our journal significantly increased, and it has been over 1.0 for the past several years. Most significantly, the number of submitted manuscripts has increased from about 100/year to over 600/year, allowing our Editors to be more selective in publishing only high-quality articles.