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TitleTrace Amines [electronic resource] : Comparative and Clinical Neurobiology / edited by A. A. Boulton, A. V. Juorio, R. G. H. Downer
ImprintTotowa, NJ : Humana Press, 1988
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Descript XX, 476 p. online resource


Neurobiology: Invertebrates -- Invited Contributions -- Pharmacological Characteristics of Octopamine-Sensitive Adenylate Cyclase and N-Acetyl Octopamine Transferase in Insects -- Octopamine Receptors on Locust Skeletal Muscle -- The Firefly Light Organ: A Model for a Trace Amine Synapse -- The Regulation of Insect Visceral Muscle by Octopamine -- Monoamines as Targets for Insecticide Discovery -- Submitted Contributions -- N-Acetyl 5-Hydroxytryptamine and N-Acetyl Dopamine in the Cockroach (Periplaneta americana) -- Octopaminergic Modulation of Locust Flight Muscle -- Neurobiology: Vertebrates -- Invited Contributions -- Comparison of the Binding of [3H]Tryptamine in Rat Brain with That of Two Ligands for Monoamine Oxidase, PH]MPTP, and [3H]Pargyline -- Tryptamine Turnover: Effects of Drugs -- Trace Amine Binding Sites Identical to Receptors? -- High Affinity Binding of p-Tyramine: A Process in Search of a Function -- Tryptamine, Tryptophan, and Nociception -- Neurobehavioral Aspects of Trace Amine Functions: Affective and Motoric Responses -- Brain Trace Amines: Mapping Studies and Effects of Mesencephalic Lesions -- Dopamine in the Neocortex: A Classical Monoamine Neurotransmitter as a Trace Amine -- Involvement of Newly Synthesized Catecholamines in the Modulation by Trace Amines of the Release of Neurotransmitters -- An Interaction Between ?-Phenylethylamine and Noradrenaline: An Iontophoretic Study in the Rat Cerebral Cortex -- A Contribution to the Neuromodulatory/Neurotransmitter Role of Trace Amines -- Release of Some Endogenous Trace Amines from Rat Striatal Slices in the Presence and Absence of a Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitor -- Phenylethlamine and P-Tyramine in the Extracellular Space of the Rat Brain: Quantification Using a New Radioenzymatic Assay and in situ Microdialysis -- The Effects of Various Indoles on the Stimulation of Inositol Phosphate Formation in Rat Cortical Slices -- Submitted Contributions -- The Role of Form A Monoamine Oxidase in Head-Twitch Response Induced by para-Hydroxyamphetamine -- Effects of Tryptamine on the Head-Twitch Response Induced by 5-Hydroxytryptamine -- Effects of Tryptamine and 5-HT Microinjected into the Nucleus Accumbens on D-Amphetamine-Induced Locomotor Activity -- Effects of Tryptamine on the Acquisition of a One-Way Active Avoidance Task -- The Effects of p-TA and p-OA on Noradrenergic Mechanisms of the Rat Vas Deferens -- The Use of MAO Inhibitors in Lesion Studies: An Assessment of โ{128}{152}Floodingโ{128}{153} in Trace Amine Measurements -- Catecholamine Uptake into Cultured Mouse Astrocytes -- Clinical and Metabolic -- Invited Contributions -- Localization and Inhibition of Monoamine Oxidase Activities -- Prodrugs of ?-Phenylethylamine and Tryptamine: Studies in the Rat -- Alcohol and Biogenic Amine-Derived Alkaloidal Adducts in the Nervous System -- Inhibition of Monoamine Oxidase, Depletion of Lung Biogenic Amines by Cigaret Smoke and the Interaction of Some Components of This Smoke with Trace and Other Amines -- Formation of Cyanomethyl-Derivatives of Biogenic Amines from Cigaret Smoke: Their Synthesis and Identification -- The Tyramine Conjugation Test in Unipolar and Bipolar Depressed Patients: Utility as a Predictor of Treatment Response -- Decreased Tyramine Conjugation in Melancholia: A Trait Marker -- Deuterated Tyramine Challenge Test and Platelet MAO and PST Activities in Normal, Migraine, and Depressive Subjects -- Trace Amine/Catecholamine Relationships: Urinary Rate of Excretion Patterns of Human Subjects Responding to Acute Stress -- Phenylalanine, Phenylethylamine, and Tardive Dyskinesia in Psychiatric Patients -- Metabolism of Tyramine in Subjects Treated with Different Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitors -- Submitted Contributions -- Adrenergic Activities of Octopamine and Synephrine Stereoisomers -- Tyramine-Induced Brain Injury in Phenelzine-Treated Dogs: An Animal Model for Cerebral Edema -- A Quantitative Radionuclide Imaging Technique to Study Cerebral Edema in Dogs with Impaired Monoamine Oxidase -- Urinary Dipeptide with Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitory Properties -- Some Interesting Aspects of Clinical Application of the 24 Hour Human Urine Quantification of PE. A Preliminary Study

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