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Breathing, Feeding, and Neuroprotection

Breathing, Feeding, and Neuroprotection

by I Homma, S ShiodaI Homma


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This book presents a detailed analysis of current understanding of breathing. Chapters on neuroprotection examine the functional significance of the blood – brain barrier; other chapters examine health and disease in relation to the hypothalamic and limbic systems. The book reviews research on the human brain, focusing on the recently developed EEG/dipole tracing method, as well as animal experiments. The book is a useful reference for researchers in neuroscience and related fields.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9784431563143
Publisher: Springer Japan
Publication date: 10/23/2016
Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2006
Pages: 148
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.01(d)

Table of Contents

Part I. Central Regulation of Breathing Visualization of Respiratory Activity in the Ventral Medulla from a NewBorn Rodent. Search for Genes Involved Central Respiratory Failure Using Mice Models. Control of Central Histaminergic Neurons for Respiration during Hypercapnia in Conscious Mice. Part II. Neurogeneration and Neuroprotection The Role of the Blood-Brain Barrier in Feeding: Leptin. Ultrastructural Study on the Demyelination of the White Matter in the Rat Spinal Cord After Cardiac Arrest and Massive Hemorrhagic Shock. Engagement of Proinflammatory Cytokines After Cerebral Ischemia. Levels of the Alkoxy Radical in Patients with Brain Death. Differentiation of Neural Stem Cells into Astrocytes by Low Concentration of Pituitary Adenylate Cyclase-Activating Polypeptide (PACAP). Neurogenesis is Toxicologically Heterogeneous: A Case of BrdU-Induced Cell Death. Part III. Brain Functions in Health and Disease Hypocretin-Deficient Narcolepsy as a Disease Model to Study the Hypothalamic Function in Health and Disease. Identification of Molecular Systems Responsible for the Therapeutic Effect of Antidepressant. The Expression of Synaptic Vesicle Proteins After Chronic Antidepressant Treatment in Rat Brain. S-100B Expression in Neonatal Rat Cortical 'Barrels' and Thalamic 'Barreloids'. Postnatal Change of Glycinergic Synaptic Transmission from Supratrigeminal Region Trigeminal Motoneurons. Central Nervous System Concerned with the Stress Induced Iinhibition of Cellular Immune Activity. Part IV. Brain Functions by the Dipole Tracing Method Can not Llive without Breathing, without Emotions. Breathing Mind in ‘Noh’. The Source Generator of Event-Related Potentials with Recognizing Facial Expression by the Dipole Tracing Method. Source Localization of Event-Related PotentialsRelated to Cross-Modal Semantic Interference Effect Using Scalp-Skull-Brain Dipole Tracing Method.

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