Cell neurobiology techniques / edited by Alan A. Boulton, Glen B. Baker, Alan N. Bateson.

Contributor(s): Baker, Glen B, 1947- | Bateson, Alan N | Boulton, A. A. (Alan A.)
Material type: TextTextSeries: Neuromethods: 33.Publisher: Totowa, N.J. : Humana Press, ©1999Description: 1 online resource (xii, 391 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781592596386; 159259638XUniform titles: General neurochemical techniques. Subject(s): Neurobiology -- Technique | Neurons -- physiology | Central Nervous System -- cytology | Neurobiology -- methods | Neurophysiologie | Neurobiologie -- Méthode | Système nerveux -- action des médicaments et substances chimiques | Neurobiology -- Technique | Neurophysiologie -- Recherche | Médicaments du système nerveux -- Effets physiologiques | NeurobiologieGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Cell neurobiology techniques.DDC classification: 573.8 LOC classification: QP351 | .C455 1999Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Quantitative autoradiography of monoamine uptake sites and receptors in rat and mouse brain / Tomás A. Reader, Catherine Strazielle -- Neural cell culture techniques / Bernhard H.J. Juurlink, Wolfgang Walz -- Neural cell adhesion molecules / Kim Tieu, Peter H. Yu -- On the measurement of enzymes and their inhibitors / Andrew Holt -- Cytochrome P-450 enzymes : in vitro assessment and clinical implications / Paul Glue, Robert P. Clement -- c-fos expression as a marker of functional activity in the brain : immunohistochemistry / Teresa L. Krukoff -- Immediate-early genes as activity markers in the CNS / George S. Robertson -- Principles of drug metabolism, with an emphasis on psychiatric drugs / Ronald T. Coutts [and others] -- Flow cytometric strategies to study CNS development / Dragan Maric, Irina Maric, Jeffery L. Barker -- Neurochemistry of human postmortem brain / Gavin P. Reynolds, Clare L. Beasley -- Applications of proton MRS to study human brain metabolism / Christopher C. Hanstock, Peter S. Allen.
Action note: digitized 2010 committed to preserveSummary: Cell Neurobiology Techniques is the second work updating and expanding the best-selling inaugural volume of Humana Press's warmly received Neuromethods series, General Neurochemical Techniques (vol. 1). The cutting-edge techniques detailed in this new edition include those that are particularly popular in multidisciplinary neuroscience research. There are readily reproducible methods for establishing neural cell cultures, measuring enzymes and their inhibitors, and using quantitative autoradiography to study monoamine uptake sites and receptors in the brain. Additional methods cover the use of flow cytometry to study developmental neurobiology, applications of magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) to human brain metabolism, and the study of drug metabolism. The companion volumes, In Vivo Neuromethods and In Vitro Neurochemical Techniques, review both in vivo methods and in vitro neurochemical and molecular neurobiological approaches. Like the original, all three cutting-edge works will prove exceptionally useful to those basic and clinical neuroscientists who want to expand the range of their current research or develop competence in complementary methods.
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"An update of the original volume 1 of Neuromethods, General neurochemical techniques"--Preface.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Quantitative autoradiography of monoamine uptake sites and receptors in rat and mouse brain / Tomás A. Reader, Catherine Strazielle -- Neural cell culture techniques / Bernhard H.J. Juurlink, Wolfgang Walz -- Neural cell adhesion molecules / Kim Tieu, Peter H. Yu -- On the measurement of enzymes and their inhibitors / Andrew Holt -- Cytochrome P-450 enzymes : in vitro assessment and clinical implications / Paul Glue, Robert P. Clement -- c-fos expression as a marker of functional activity in the brain : immunohistochemistry / Teresa L. Krukoff -- Immediate-early genes as activity markers in the CNS / George S. Robertson -- Principles of drug metabolism, with an emphasis on psychiatric drugs / Ronald T. Coutts [and others] -- Flow cytometric strategies to study CNS development / Dragan Maric, Irina Maric, Jeffery L. Barker -- Neurochemistry of human postmortem brain / Gavin P. Reynolds, Clare L. Beasley -- Applications of proton MRS to study human brain metabolism / Christopher C. Hanstock, Peter S. Allen.

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Cell Neurobiology Techniques is the second work updating and expanding the best-selling inaugural volume of Humana Press's warmly received Neuromethods series, General Neurochemical Techniques (vol. 1). The cutting-edge techniques detailed in this new edition include those that are particularly popular in multidisciplinary neuroscience research. There are readily reproducible methods for establishing neural cell cultures, measuring enzymes and their inhibitors, and using quantitative autoradiography to study monoamine uptake sites and receptors in the brain. Additional methods cover the use of flow cytometry to study developmental neurobiology, applications of magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) to human brain metabolism, and the study of drug metabolism. The companion volumes, In Vivo Neuromethods and In Vitro Neurochemical Techniques, review both in vivo methods and in vitro neurochemical and molecular neurobiological approaches. Like the original, all three cutting-edge works will prove exceptionally useful to those basic and clinical neuroscientists who want to expand the range of their current research or develop competence in complementary methods.

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