Dynamics of Cholinergic Function

  • Israel Hanin

Part of the Advances in Behavioral Biology book series (ABBI, volume 30)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xviii
  2. Cholinergic Pathways: Anatomy of the Central Nervous System

    1. P. L. McGeer, E. G. McGeer, H. Kimura, J.-F. Peng
      Pages 11-21
    2. R. G. Struble, J. Lehmann, S. J. Mitchell, L. C. Cork, J. T. Coyle, D. L. Price et al.
      Pages 23-30
    3. P. M. Salvaterra, G. D. Crawford, C. R. Houser, D. A. Matthews, R. P. Barber, J. E. Vaughn
      Pages 51-63
    4. A. B. Dahlström, S. Bööj, A.-G. Dahllöf, J. Häggblad, E. Heilbronn
      Pages 79-91
    5. S. Sorbi, L. Bracco, S. Piacentini, A. Morandi, L. Amaducci
      Pages 93-98
  3. Aging, Sdat and Other Clinical Conditions

    1. D. M. Bowen, D. Neary, N. R. Sims, J. S. Snowden
      Pages 111-121
    2. C. A. Johns, R. C. Mohs, E. Hollander, B. M. Davis, B. S. Greenwald, M. Davidson et al.
      Pages 133-151
    3. S. Mykita, D. Hoffmann, H. Dreyfus, L. Freysz, R. Massarelli
      Pages 153-163
    4. E. Giacobini, I. Mussini, T. Mattio
      Pages 177-190
    5. D. L. Price, C. A. Kitt, J. C. Hedreen, P. J. Whitehouse, R. G. Struble, L. C. Cork et al.
      Pages 235-242
    6. J. P. Blass, I. Hanin, L. Barclay, U. Kopp, M. J. Reding
      Pages 273-282
    7. E. F. Domino, B. Mathews, S. Tait
      Pages 283-290
    8. S.-Å. Eckernäs, S.-M. Aquilonius, K. Bergström, P. Hartvig, A. Lilja, B. Lindberg et al.
      Pages 303-311
    9. S. M. Aquilonius, H. Askmark, P. G. Gilberg
      Pages 313-323
    10. D. S. Janowsky, S. C. Risch, J. C. Gillin, M. Ziegler, B. Kennedy, L. Huey
      Pages 325-334
    11. R. Siliprandi, S. Consolo, F. Di Gregorio, H. Ladinsky, C. Scozzesi, R. Zanoni et al.
      Pages 365-374
    12. D. Jones, S. Kelwala, S. Dube, E. Jackson, N. Sitaram
      Pages 375-383
  4. Cholinergic Pre- and Post-Synaptic Receptors

    1. R. Dahlbom, B. Ringdahl, B. Resul, D. J. Jenden
      Pages 385-393
    2. Ö. Nordström, A. Undén, V. Grimm, B. Frieder, H. Ladinsky, T. Bartfai
      Pages 405-413
    3. E. Danielsson, A. Undén, Ö. Nordström, S. O. Ögren, T. Bartfai
      Pages 415-422
    4. H. G. Mautner, J. E. Jumblatt, R. Coronado
      Pages 439-446
    5. G. G. Bierkamper, E. Aizenman, W. R. Millington
      Pages 447-457
    6. E. Aizenman, W. R. Millington, M. A. Zarbin, G. G. Bierkamper, M. J. Kuhar
      Pages 459-466
  5. Acetylcholine Release

    1. P. C. Molenaar, R. L. Polak
      Pages 481-487
    2. R. Miledi, P. C. Molenaar, R. L. Polak
      Pages 489-497
    3. D. V. Ágoston, J. W. Kosh, J. Lisziewicz, P. E. Giompres, V. P. Whittaker
      Pages 509-517

About this book


This book incorporates the proceedings of the Fifth International Cholinergic Conference, which took place in Oglebay Park, West Vir­ ginia, USA, on October 30th to November 4th, 1983. A scenic forty­ five minute ride from the City of Pittsburgh, surrounded by champion­ ship golf courses, luxurious woods and a picturesque lake, Oglebay provided relaxed and beautiful surroundings, conducive to contem­ plation, stimulating discussions and, thought-provoking scientific sessions. Over 160 individuals from allover the world participated in the sessions. The meeting was sub-divided into oral presentations, round table discussions and poster sessions, and centered upon ten key topics of cholinergic relevance (see Table of Contents). Following in the tradition of the four International Conferences which had preceded this one, the Conference featured the most up­ to-date developments in the area of cholinergic mechanisms, and provided for ample and productive discussion of new fields and di­ rections in this area. Moreover, both senior investigators in the field as well as recent newcomers to this sphere of investigation participated in the proceedings. This book, touches on a wide array of mechanisms and applications - from the preclinical to the clinical level. It should thus be useful as a comprehensive resource, with the cholinergic system as a focal hub. The Conference could not have been as successful as it turned out to be, without the support of a number of important contributors.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Israel Hanin
    • 1
  1. 1.Loyola University Stritch School of MedicineChicagoUSA

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  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag US 1986
  • Publisher Name Springer, Boston, MA
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  • Print ISBN 978-1-4684-5196-2
  • Online ISBN 978-1-4684-5194-8
  • Series Print ISSN 0099-6246
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