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Title Signal transduction in affective disorders [electronic resource] / H. Ozawa, T. Saito, N. Takahata (eds.).

Published Tokyo ; New York : Springer, ñ998.

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Physical description 1 online resource (x, 146 pages) : illustrations
Notes Papers presented at the Symposium on Affective Disorders and Neuronal Signal Transduction at the 92nd General Meeting of the Japanese Society of Psychiatry and Neurology in Sapporo, Japan, May 23, 1996 and from the 11th Sapporo Neuroscience Meeting held on March 1, 1996.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
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Contents Effects of Antidepressants on Transmembrane Signaling -- Serotonergic and Noradrenergic Neuromodulation in the Hippocampus and the Mechanism of Action of Antidepressants -- Serotonin-2A Receptor Function in Affective Disorders -- Immunological Aspects of Mood Disorders: Interaction Between Cytokines and Intracellular Calcium Signaling -- The Role of Proteins in the Pathophysiology and Treatment of Affective Disorders -- Protein Phosphorylation System in the Mechanism of Action of Antidepressants -- Stress and BDNF Signal Transduction: Implications for Stress-Related Psychiatric Disorders -- Postreceptor Signal -Transduction Systems as Potential Targets of Lithium -- Participation of Cytoskeletal Elements in Neuronal Signal Transduction: New Insight into the Molecular Basis of Antidepressant Action -- InVivo Investigations of Signal-Transduction Systems in Affective Disorders by Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy.
Summary The past decade has seen remarkable advances in understanding the workings of the brain, and an essential part of that progress has resulted from important discoveries about signal transduction. Research in neuroscience has led to new insights into the relation between affective disorders and neural signaling. That research has not been widely integrated with clinical psychiatry, however, and until now a comprehensive presentation of research findings has not been published. This monograph brings together in one volume a review of the work of Japanese scientists in the fields of basic and clinical neuroscience.
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Notes Description based on print version record.
Other author Ozawa, H. (Hiroki), 1960-
Saito, Toshikazu.
Takahata, Naohiko, 1932-
Nihon Seishin Shinkei Gakkai (92nd : 1996 : Sapporo-shi, Japan)
Symposium on Affective Disorders and Neuronal Signal Transduction (1996 : Sapporo-shi, Japan)
Subject Affective disorders -- Pathophysiology -- Congresses.
Neural transmission -- Congresses.
Antidepressants -- Mechanism of action -- Congresses.
Cellular signal transduction -- Congresses.
Antidepressivum.
Affektst诲ung.
Signaltransduktion.
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