Neuropeptides in the CNS
Anders Björklund, Tomas Hökfelt, Michael J. Kuhar
Elsevier, 1990 - Histochemistry - 549 pages
Volume 9 in the series Handbook of Chemical Neuroanatomy continues the coverage of neuropeptides and neuropeptide receptors which was initiated in Volume 4. In addition, a chapter on DARPP-32, a dopamine and cyclic AMP regulated phosphoprotein, which is present in dopamine receptor bearing cells, is included. In this regard this volume also represents a continuation and extension of Volumes 2 and 3 which dealt with classical transmitters and transmitter receptors in the CNS.
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