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TitleMaturation Phenomenon in Cerebral Ischemia II [electronic resource] : Neuronal Recovery and Plasticity / edited by Umeo Ito, Takaaki Kirino, Toshihiko Kuroiwa, Igor Klatzo
ImprintBerlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1997
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-60546-8
Descript XIII, 225p. 53 illus. online resource

SUMMARY

Many nerve cells of the brain which are not killed outright may suffer delayed death or recovery after ischemic insult. This fact has led to the concept of "maturation phenomenon" of neuronal injuries. Since the 1st International Symposium on Maturation Phenomenon in 1990, new developments, particularly in molecular biology, have been rapidly bringing new information about molecular nature and mechanisms of cell death. This book contains the presentations of the 2nd International Symposium held in Tokyo in April 1996. The latest developments in maturation phenomenon and the present status of investigation are described and further stimulation of research in this field is provided


CONTENT

I Role of Genetic Expression โ{128}{148} Changes in Maturation Phenomenon -- Molecular Approaches to Neuronal Functions and Neuronal Cell Death -- Evolution of Gene Expression in Hippocampus Following Focal and Global Ischemia -- Synaptic Messengers, Inflammatory Mediators, and Neuronal Plasticity in Cerebral Ischemia -- Ischemic Neuronal Injury and Gene Expression of Facilitative and Inhibitory Growth Factors -- Is Apoptosis Involved in Glutamate Neurotoxicity? -- II Factors and Mechanisms Enhancing Susceptibility or Tolerance -- Glutamate Enhances Brain Damage from Ischemia and Trauma -- Glutamate-Mediated Mechanisms in Delayed Neuronal Death After Cerebral Ischemia -- Neuroprotection by Drug-Induced Neurotrophic Factors -- Stress Response and Ischemic Tolerance in the Brain -- Preconditioning Depresses Excitatory Cell Signaling Following the Second Ischemic Insult -- Electrophysiological Evaluation of Ischemic Tolerance Phenomenon -- Transient Ischemia Depletes Free Ubiquitin in the Gerbil Hippocampal CA1 Neurons -- Insight into the Protective Mechanisms of Cortical Spreading Depression in Cardiac Arrest Cerebral Ischemia in Rat -- Transneuronal Induction of Tolerance in Cerebral Ischemia -- III Factors Modulating Neuronal Plasticity and Course of Maturation Phenomenon in Cerebral Ischemia -- Features and Threshold of Infarct Development in Ischemic Maturation Phenomenon -- Impending Cerebral Infarction and Inflammatory Response: A Possible Target for Therapeutic Intervention -- Astroglial and Microglial Activation in Hippocampus of Rat After Global Forebrain Ischemia -- Glial Protection Against Neuronal Damage -- On the Role of Glia-Derived Protease Nexin-1 in Neuronal and Glial Adaptation to Ischemia-Induced Cell Loss in Human Brain -- Functional Outcome After Brain Infarction: Effect of Enriched Environment and Amphetamine -- Behavioral Changes After Cerebral Infarction in the Rat: Long-Term Spatial Cognitive Impairment and Cerebral Acetylcholine Levels -- Modulation of Protein Synthesis and Calcium Uptake Following Traumatic Lesion of Rat Brain Cortex -- Temperature Modulation in the Ischemic Maturation Phenomenon -- The Role of Endothelin-1 and Nitric Oxide in Cerebral Ischemia -- Microglial Cell Death Following Phagocytosis of Zymosan-A Under a Video-Enhanced Contrast โ{128}{148} Differential Interference Contrast Microscope: Does This Include Apoptosis? -- Mitochondrial Respiratory Enzyme Activity and the Maturation Phenomenon in Cerebral Ischemia -- Maturation of Cell Damage After Repetitive Hypoxia โ{128}{148} Ischemia in the Rat -- Synopsis and Round Table Discussion


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