"I recommend this book to any basic scientist, clinical researcher, clinician or student..." (Trends in Neurosciences, April 2000)Reseña del editor:
Of related interest ...Neuronal Nicotinic Receptors Pharmacology and Therapeutic Opportunities Edited by Stephen P. Arneric and Jorge D. Brioni Providing a comprehensive review of nicotinic receptors, this reference examines all aspects-from the molecular level to clinical applications. The editors cover the emerging molecular biological advances in the cloning of nAChRs, as well as the localization and regulation of these receptors, and the role these receptors have in central nervous system (CNS) disorder functions. Additionally, examined areas include in vivo pharmacology, and the therapeutic opportunities existing for agents that selectively interact with these receptors to treat CNS disorders. 1999 (0-471-24743-X) 440 pp. Purinergic Approaches in Experimental Therapeutics Edited by Kenneth A. Jacobson and Michael F. Jarvis Purinergic receptors are a type of neuroreceptor that has been found to have unique therapeutic potential as a chemical compound in the treatment of many neurological disorders such as Alzheimer's disease, chronic pain, Parkinson's disease, stroke, thrombosis, bladder function, stress, and cancer. This book covers the molecular pharmacology, medicinal chemistry, and experimental therapeutics of purinergic compounds. 1997 (0-471-14071-6) 600 pp.
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