Pharmacology of Endogenous Neurotoxins: A Handbook

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Springer, 1998 - Medical - 273 pages
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A survey of recent research on neurotoxicology and the impact of endogenously synthesized neurotoxins on normal and pathophysiological regulation in the central nervous system, written for researchers, neuropharmacologists, biochemists, and neurotoxicologists. The 12 contributions are divided into two parts. The first deals with the chemical and biochemical aspects of the origin, formation, and degradation of tetrahydroisoquinolines and other compounds and the sceond covers physiological, biochemical, and neuropharmacological aspects of various enzymes. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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A. P. Moser, Ph.D., is professor and associate dean at Utah State University. He is also founder and director of the Piping Systems Institute, which is a short course that helps train practicing engineers in the design of buried piping systems. He serves on piping committees of the Transportation Research Board and is the past chairman of the committee on culverts and hydraulic structures. He is a consultant to many municipalities, pipe manufacturing companies, and engineering firms. He serves on many bodies that develop codes and specifications for buried piping systems.

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