The Arterial Chemoreceptors

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Yoshiaki Hayashida, Constancio Gonzalez, Hisatake Kondo
Springer Science & Business Media, Apr 24, 2006 - Medical - 362 pages
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This book represents an updated review of the physiology of the carotid body chemoreceptors. It contains results in the topics at the frontiers of future developments in O2-sensing in chemoreceptor cells. Additionally, this volume provides data from studies carried out in other O2-sensing tissues including pulmonary vasculature and erythropoietin producing cells. It is a prime source of information and a guideline for arterial chemoreception researchers.

 

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Contents

A Tribute to Professor Autar Singh Paintal 1 Ravi K and Vijayan V
8
Neuroglobin a New Oxygen Binding Protein is Present in
15
Molecular Biology of Chemoreceptors
35
Modulation of Gene Expression in Subfamilies of TASK
37
Morphological Changes in the Rat Carotid Body
48
SNitrosoglutathione SNOG Accumulates Hypoxia Inducible
63
Bodies during the Hibernation Season 73 Fukuhara K Wu Y Nanri H Ikeda M Hayashida Y
78
Developmental Aspects of Chemoreceptors
93
Biophysics of Ionic Channels in Chemoreceptors
185
Does AMPactivated Protein Kinase Couple Hypoxic Inhibition
191
Mitochondrial ROS Production Initiates Aȕ140Mediated
197
Differential Expression of Oxygen Sensitivity
209
An Overview on the Homeostasis of Ca2+ in Chemoreceptor
215
Central Integration and Systemic Effects of Chemoreflex
223
The CellVessel Architecture Model for the Central Respiratory
233
Loop Gain of Respiratory Control upon Reduced Activity
239

Genetic Regulation of Chemoreceptor Development in DBA2J
98
Genetic Influence on Carotid Body Structure in DBA2J
105
Carotid Body Volume in ThreeWeeksOld Rats Having
115
A Comparative Study of the Hypoxic Secretory Response
131
Functional Proteomics
136
Does AMPactivated Protein Kinase Couple Inhibition
147
Function of NADPH Oxidase and Signaling by Reactive
155
from the Rat 131 Rico A J Fernandez S P PrietoLloret J GomezNio A
160
Hypoxemia and Attenuated Hypoxic Ventilatory Responses
161
Regulation of a TASKlike Potassium Channel
167
Accumulation of Radiolabeled NOleoylDopamine
173
Profiles for ATP and Adenosine Release at the Carotid Body
179
Peripheral Chemoreceptor Activity on ExerciseInduced
251
Stimulus Interaction between Hypoxia and Hypercapnia
263
Gene Expression and Signaling Pathways by Extracellular
267
Mechanisms of Chemoreceptions
281
Pulmonary Nociceptors are Potentially Connected with
301
VoltageDependent K Channels in Mouse Glomus Cells
319
Modification of the Glutathione Redox Environment
325
Carotid Body Transmitters Actions on Rabbit Petrosal
331
Potassium Channels in the Central Control of Breathing 339 Oyamada Y Yamaguchi K Murai M Ishizaka A Okada
345
Concluding Remarks
351
Index
361
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