Chemical Senses: Receptor Events and Transduction in Taste and Olfaction

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CRC Press, Aug 29, 1989 - Technology & Engineering - 560 pages
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Contents

Focus on Phospholipase A2
1
StimulusEvoked Transepithelial Lingual Currents and
13
Characterization
35
Chemical Stimulus Discrimination by Specific
55
William E S Carr The Whitney Laboratory and Department of Zoology
85
vania
103
Ionic Mechanisms of the Resting Potential
115
Ion Channels and Taste Transduction
137
ReceptorActivated Chemosensory Enzyme Cascades
263
SecondMessenger Signalling Mechanisms in Olfaction
283
Discussion
299
A Role for Cyclic AMP in Olfactory Transduction
311
Cyclic NucleotideGated Electrical Activity
319
StimulusDriven Chemosensory Membrane Channels
363
Activation of Lobster Olfactory Receptor Cells
389
Part IVA Discussion
405

Ionic Currents in Taste Cells and Reconstituted
151
The Blockage of Stationary
171
Mechanism of Sour Taste Transduction
183
Discussion
195
StructureActivity Studies and Characterization of
207
Sequence Analysis
227
Stuart Firestein Graduate Group in Neurobiology University of Cali
243
Can Isolated
415
Didier Trotier Laboratoire de Neurobiologie Sensorielle Ecole Pratique
427
Ionic Mechanisms Underlying the Olfactory Response
449
Voltage and Cyclic NucleotideGated Currents
469
Summation of the Conference
505
Index
515
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