|Title:||Catecholamines: Proceedings of the Fifth International Catecholamine Symposium, held in Goteborg, Sweden, June 12-16, 1983 (Neurology and neurobiology)|
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Catecholamines by International Catecholamine Symposium (5th 1983 Göteborg, Sweden), 1984, . Neurology and neurobiology - . B. Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with: WorldCat.
International Catecholamine Symposium, 1983. International Catecholamine Symposium. Neurology and neurobiology.
In: 5th International catecholamine symposium, june 12–16, Goteborg, Sweden. Scientific, medical and scholarly publications. Liss, New York Google Scholar. Catecholamines part B: central nervous system-theoretical aspects. Liss, New York, pp 25–42 Google Scholar. Furuki Y (1983) Mechanism of beta-endorphin release using dispersed cells of the pituitary intermediate lobe. Nippon Sanka Fujinka Gakkai Zasshi 9: 1604–1610 Google Scholar.
XIV INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF LOGY New York City, New York, . 12- 16 June 1983 Symposia will cover the following topics: -relationship of opiates to neuroendocrine and functions in humans and animals -endocrine factors in sexual orientation -hormones and motor systems: basic and clinical approaches -interrelationship of hormones and psychiatric drugs in various diseases -hormonal regulation. of sexual differentiation and sexual behavior -aging and the neuroendocrine system. Please indicate your interest for receiving further information to: 5th International CA Symposium . Box 33020 S-400 33 GOteborg Sweden.
In contrast, no specific catecholamine fluorescence has so far been detected in the red nucleus of laboratory animals (rat: Dahlstrom and Fuxe, 1964; Fuxe, 1965; Lindvall and Bjorklund, 1978; Palkovits and Jacobowitz, 1974 - cat: Poitras and Parent, 1978 - dog: Shimada et a. 1976 primate (pigmy marmoset) :Jacobowitz and MacLean, 1978). Table 4 summarizes the results of 2 studies on the 5-HT levels in the raphe region of the lower brain stem in control subjects cut out, starting from the rhombencephalon, from the pons and medulla oblongata a stip of tissue averaging 3 mm which, however, contained white and grey substance of the reticular formation mixed indiscriminately". In this strip of "raphe" tissue the authors measured between . 1 and . 6 ug/g 5-HT.
It includes impact on clinical neurology, drug abuse and addiction and issues in psychiatry and psychology.
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Talman, W. T. (1983). Cerebral blood flow: effect of nerves and neurotrasmitters; proceedings of a symposium held June 16-18, 1981 at the Cardiovascular Center, College of Medicine, The University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa, USA. New York: nd. Talman, W. Reis, D. J. (1981). Catecholamines: basic and clinical frontiers : proceedings of the Fourth International Catecholamine Symposium, Pacific Grove.