4 edition of Vascular innervation and receptor mechanisms found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Lars Edvinsson and Rolf Uddman.|
|Contributions||Edvinsson, Lars., Uddman, Rolf.|
|LC Classifications||QP109 .V36 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 475 p. :|
|Number of Pages||475|
|LC Control Number||92049263|
Any person who has experienced fear or elation knows the capacity of emotions to modulate the rate and intensity of cardiac activity. Beyond these higher neurological processes a large variety of other stimuli, extrinsic to the heart, can regulate the beating of the organ and are largely coordinated by the autonomic nervous system innervation of the heart. f1-copd Adenosine receptor subtypes, mechanisms of action, and clinical : Springer and J Nucl Cardiol, 17, , –, The emerging role of the selective A2A agonist in pharmacologic stress testing, Gemignani AS, Abbott BG, Figure With kind permission from Springer Science and Business iations: ATP, adenosine triphosphate; cAMP, cyclic adenosine.
The endogenous cannabinoid receptor agonist anandamide1 is a powerful vasodilator of isolated vascular preparations2,3,4, but its mechanism Cited by: Read "Vascular neuroeffector mechanisms: 4th international symposium edited by J. A. Bevan, M. Fujiwara, R. A. Maxwell, K. Mohri, S. Shibata, N. Toda Raven press, New York () pages, illustrated, $ ISBN: 0‐‐‐3, Clinical Cardiology" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.
muscle M3 receptors and M2 receptors when forma-tion of NO is blocked. Thus, ANS innervation into vessel structures controls vascular tone in an intricate manner. Consequently, ANS imbalance could be a risk factor for cardiovascular disease, and sympa-thetic nervous activation represents a detrimental and maladaptive phenomenon in vascular function. VEGF mediates its actions via binding to three receptors: VEGF receptor 1 (VEGFR-1), VEGF receptor 2 (VEGFR-2), and NRP Despite this evidence suggesting that VEGF and its receptors are likely to affect sympathetic target innervation, the expression and function of these molecules at sympathetic targets have not been by:
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Vascular Innervation and Receptor Mechanisms: New Perspectives reviews the areas of structure, function, and pathophysiology of the circulatory system. The text focuses on the role of neuropeptides and structural function of endothelium.
The book Book Edition: 1. Vascular Innervation and Receptor Mechanisms: New Perspectives reviews the areas of structure, function, and pathophysiology of the circulatory system.
The text focuses on the role of neuropeptides and structural function of endothelium. Vascular Innervation and Receptor Mechanisms. New Perspectives | Rolf Uddman (Eds.) | download | B–OK.
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Also examined is the role Vascular innervation and receptor mechanisms book neuropeptides. Also examined is the role of neuropeptidergic innervation in vascular disorders and new approaches to possible future therapeutics.5/5(1).
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The Potential Role of Estrogen Receptor Alpha (ERa) in Cardiovascular Protection. Vascular: Vascular pain is a complex issue. Pain can be arterial, microvascular or venous in origin. Pain can be arterial, microvascular or venous in origin. Neuropathy can in particular follow venous insufficiency.
38 In every vascular disease, sympathetic changes may develop which contribute a neuropathic element to the ischaemic : Stephan A. Schug, Helen C.S. Daly, Kathryn J.D. Stannard. Abstract. Recent anatomical studies 7,12 (reviewed more fully by Edvinsson et al.
7a in Chapter 41) suggest that the choroid plexus of several mammalian species receives noradrenergic innervation from the sympathetic nervous system.
Adrenergic nerve fibers enter the choroid plexus along blood vessels and run between the vascular and epithelial cell by: 6. Blood vessels and nerve fibres course throughout the body in an orderly pattern, often alongside one another. Although superficially distinct, the mechanisms involved in wiring neural and vascular Cited by: Most arteries and veins in the body are innervated by sympathetic adrenergic nerves, which release norepinephrine (NE) as a neurotransmitter.
Some blood vessels are innervated by parasympathetic cholinergic or sympathetic cholinergic nerves, both of which release acetylcholine (ACh) as their primary neurotransmitter. Neurotransmitter binding to the adrenergic and cholinergic receptors.
Provides an overview of vascular innervation and receptor mechanisms, especially the involvement of neurotransmitters, endothelium and physiological control by neuropeptides. The book also examines the role of neuropeptidergic intervention in vascular disorders.
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Borrow eBooks, audiobooks, and videos from thousands of public libraries worldwide. Vascular Signal Transduction Mechanisms There are several signal transduction mechanisms that modulate intracellular calcium concentration and therefore the state of vascular tone.
Two different mechanisms will be described here: 1) G-protein-coupled pathway, and. Book Description: New updated edition first published with Cambridge University Press. This new edition includes 29 chapters on topics as diverse as pathophysiology of atherosclerosis, vascular haemodynamics, haemostasis, thrombophilia and post-amputation pain syndromes.
There are various short- and long-term physiological mechanisms that regulate BP, summarised in Fig 3 and outlined below. Baroreceptor response The vasomotor centre in the medulla oblongata of the brain, which hosts most of the sympathetic neurons of the nervous system, has a key role in regulating vascular tone.
Neural-Endothelial Interactions in Local Control of Vascular Tone. Plasticity of Perivascular Nerves and Endothelial CellsReferences; Part I: Basic Studies; Chapter 2. Regulation of the Autonomic Innervation of Blood Vessels during Development and Aging; I. Introduction; II. Mechanisms of release of ATP from vascular purinergic nerves.
In a second book the authors focus on purinergic signalling in non-excitable cells, including those of the airways, kidney. Notably, vasodilation per se is not painful, but if there is concomitant sensitization of vascular pain receptors caused by local processes or centrally induced mechanisms it may contribute to pain.
The role of the vasodilator nitric oxide (NO) in CH is not clear. Autonomic nerves and perivascular fat: Interactive mechanisms. Vascular purine receptors also regulate endothelial and smooth muscle growth, and inflammation, and thus are involved in the.
Primer on Cerebrovascular Diseases, Second Edition, is a handy reference source for scientists, students, and physicians needing reliable, up-to-date information on basic mechanisms, physiology, pathophysiology, and medical issues related to brain book consists of short, specific chapters written by international experts on cerebral vasculature, presenting the information in a.mechanism for maintaining vascular homeostasis involving atrial baroreceptors: if blood is returning to the right atrium more rapidly than it is being ejected from the left ventricle, the atrial receptors will stimulate the cardiovascular centers to increase sympathetic firing and increase cardiac output until the situation is reversed; the.It is beyond the scope of this introduction to even enumerate the various endothelial homeostatic processes.
This monograph contains the proceedings of the Advanced Studies Institute on "Vascular Endothelium: Receptors and Transduction Mechanisms" held in .