5 edition of Purinergic and Pyrimidinergic Signalling II (Handbook of Experimental Pharmacology) found in the catalog.
February 15, 2001
Written in English
|Contributions||Maria P. Abracchio (Editor), Michael Williams (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||442|
Purinergic transmission, as one of the most conserved and wide-ranging extracellular signalling system, plays a unique role in integrating cellular circuits, because virtually every cell system possesses the entire purinergic machinery, that is a self-sufficient on-off module formed by a cell-specific combination of purinergic transporters, P2 receptors, degrading Cited by: Purinergic and Pyrimidinergic Signalling II. By: M. P. Abbracchio, Michael Williams, Maria P Abracchio Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. KG.
Purinergic and Pyrimidinergic Signalling II: Cardiovascular, Respiratory, Immune, Metabolic and Gastrointestinal Tract Function (Handbook of Experimental Pharmacology ) by Maria P. Abracchio & Michael Williams; Les nobles du scotch (French Edition) by Penelope Sky. Purinergic signalling is also involved in bone development, and regeneration and therapeutic strategies are being explored for osteoporosis (Orriss et al., ) and for kidney disease (Bailey et al., ; Taylor et al., ). There is growing interest in the role of purines and pyrimidines in normal behaviour including learning and memory Cited by:
Purinergic signalling in gut. P. Abbracchio, M. Williams editors. Handbook of Experimental Pharmacology, Volume /II. Purinergic and Pyrimidinergic Signalling II - Cardiovascular, Respiratory, Immune, Metabolic and Gastrointestinal Tract Function. Springer-Verlag: Berlin ; Cited by: Purinergic signalling is now recognized to be involved in a wide range of activities of the nervous system, including neuroprotection, central control of autonomic functions, neural–glial interactions, control of vessel tone and angiogenesis, pain and mechanosensory transduction and the physiology of the special senses. In this article, I give a personal retrospective of the Cited by:
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Get fast, free delivery with Amazon Prime. Prime members enjoy FREE Two-Day Delivery and exclusive access to music, movies, TV shows, original audio series, and Kindle : Paperback. The present two-part volume represents an integrated compendium of invited chapters by leading researchers in the area focusing on advances in the understanding of purinergic and pyrimidinergic signaling systems, their role(s) in tissue function and pathophysiology and advances in developing potential new medications based on the modulation of P1 and P2 receptor signaling processes.
Purinergic and Pyrimidinergic Signalling II | Physiological, pharmacological and molecular biological data generated over the past three decades have demonstrated the existence of two major families of extracellular receptors, the P1, a family of four G-protein coupled receptors and the P2, a family of at least 12 receptors responsive to purine (ATP, ADP) and pyrimidine.
Purinergic and Pyrimidinergic Signalling II: Cardiovascular, Respiratory, Immune, Metabolic and Gastrointestinal Tract Function R.M. Broad, Joel Linden Purinergic and Pyrimidinergic Signalling II book, Professor Maria Pia Abbracchio, Dr.
Michael Williams (eds.). Purinergic and Pyrimidinergic Signalling Molecular, Nervous and Urogenitary System Function.
Editors: Abracchio, Maria P., Williams, Michael (Eds.) Free Preview. Buy this book eBook ,43 € price for Spain (gross) Buy eBook ISBN ; Digitally watermarked, DRM-free. Purinergic and Pyrimidinergic Signalling II. Purinergic and Pyrimidinergic Chapter. 28 Citations; Downloads; Part of the Handbook of Experimental Pharmacology book series (HEP, volume Baidan LV, Stokes BT () Purinergic Ca 2+ signaling in myenteric neurons via P2 purinoceptors.
Am J Physiol G–G Cited by: Purinergic Signalling in Development G. BURNSTOCK. With 8 Figures 89 A. Introduction 89 B. Embryological Development 89 I. Frog Embryos 89 II. Chick Embryos 91 1. Retina 91 2.
Glial Cells 94 3. Skeletal Muscle 95 4. Cardiovascular System 95 5. Ganglia 97 6. Chondrocytes 98 III. Purinergic Receptors in Mammalian Embryos 98 1.
Early Embryos 98 2. The concept of purinergic signaling, i.e. ATP acting as an extracellular signaling molecule, was put forward inwhen evidence was presented in support of ATP as a neurotransmitter in non-adrenergic, non-cholinergic (NANC) nerves in the gut, bladder, and some blood vessels .
When the technique of immunohistochemistry for neuropeptides was used widely in the mid s, the idea that vasoactive intestinal polypeptide (VIP) was the neurotransmitter, rather than ATP in the NANC nerves in the gut, gained ground and papers entitled ‘Peptidergic rather than purinergic' were published.
Download Purinergic and Pyrimidinergic Signalling II or any other file from Books category. HTTP download also available at fast speeds. However, when the receptors for ATP were cloned and characterized in the early s, purinergic signaling was recognized and is now a rapidly expanding field[3,4].
The initial studies describing purinergic neuromuscular transmission were carried out on the gut.Cited by: from book Purinergic and Pyrimidinergic Signalling II: Cardiovascular, Respiratory, Immune, Metabolic and Gastrointestinal Tract Function (pp)Author: Geoffrey Burnstock.
In two books, Geoffrey Burnstock and Alexej Verkhratsky have aimed at drawing together the massive and diverse body of literature on purinergic signalling. The topic of this first book is purinergic signalling in the peripheral and central nervous systems and in the individual senses.
In a second book the authors focus on purinergic signalling. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.
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Abbracchio (, Hardcover). Purinergic receptors as future targets for treatment of functional GI disorders Geoffrey Burnstock The concept of purinergic signalling arose from experiments designed to find the identity of the non-adrenergic, non-choli-nergic (NANC) inhibitory neurotransmit-ter in the gut.1 However, it has taken many years for the more general impor-Cited by: Purinergic signalling (or signaling: see American and British English differences) is a form of extracellular signalling mediated by purine nucleotides and nucleosides such as adenosine and ATP.
It involves the activation of purinergic receptors in the cell and/or in nearby cells. Purinergic signalling in gut, in Handbook of Experimental Pharmacology, Purinergic and Pyrimidinergic Signalling II-Cardiovascular, Respiratory, Immune, Metabolic and Gastrointestinal Tract Author: Geoffrey Burnstock.
Purinergic signalling in gut. In: Abbracchio M P, Williams M, eds. Handbook of experimental pharmacology, Volume /II. Purinergic and pyrimidinergic signalling II—Cardiovascular, respiratory, immune, metabolic and gastrointestinal tract function.
Berlin: Springer-Verlag, – ↵Cited by:. Purinergic and pyrimidinergic receptors as potential drug targets. Unpublished Phase II trials indicated that ATP administration via a hr infusion of 50 mg/kg/min every 28 days resulted in an expansion of red blood cell ATP pools that was correlated with cytostatic and cytotoxic effects on tumor growth, inhibition of cachexia Cited by: Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Handbook of Experimental Pharmacology: Purinergic and Pyrimidinergic Signalling: Molecular, Nervous and Urogenitary System Function / 1 (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay!
Free shipping for many products!Get this from a library! Purinergic and Pyrimidinergic Signalling II: Cardiovascular, Respiratory, Immune, Metabolic and Gastrointestinal Tract Function. [Maria Pia Abbracchio; Michael Williams] -- Physiological, pharmacological and molecular biological data generated over the past three decades have demonstrated the existence of two major families of extracellular .