Breathing, Feeding, and Neuroprotection

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I. Homma, S. Shioda
Springer Science & Business Media, Feb 25, 2007 - Medical - 148 pages
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New findings in brain research are being revealed on an almost daily basis, and the focus of this book is the fields of breathing, neuroprotection, and higher brain functions. An unresolved issue within respiration research and hence a topic of much interest is Where and how respiratory rhythm is generated in the brainstem, detailed analysis of which is presented herein. Chapters on neuroprotection examine the functional significance of the blood – brain barrier as an interface of blood and the central nervous system; other chapters look at health and disease in relation to the hypothalamic and limbic systems. In addition to animal experiments, research on the human brain is included, with a focus on the recently developed EEG/dipole tracing method. This book will be an invaluable reference for researchers in neuroscience and related fields.

 

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Contents

Visualization of Respiratory Neuron Activity in the Ventral Medulla
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Search for Genes Involved Central Respiratory Failure Using
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Leptin
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Homma is Professor and Chair of the Department of Physiology at Showa University in Tokyo, Japan.

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