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  The Interface of Genetics, Neuroimaging, and Neurochemistry in Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Advances in genetics and brain imaging may have great impact on research in pharmacology, because they provide means to identify more homogeneous samples for drug trials and enable us to explore more directly drug effects on brain activity and neurotransmitter systems.
Both issues of interdependence and differential maturational rates of neurotransmitter systems stress the need to assess neurotransmitter systems simultaneously and to use a sample of narrow age range to be able to interpret studies of the neurochemistry of behavior.
It is clear that any significant gain in knowledge about one of the most prevalent disorder in childhood will come from the integrated findings in the three scientific fields of genetics, brain imaging, and neurochemistry (see Pharmacological treatment of Obesity).
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 Journal of Neurochemistry - Journal Information
Journal of Neurochemistry is devoted to the prompt publication of high-quality original findings in areas relevant to molecular, chemical and cell biological aspects of the nervous system.
Although papers in any area of neurochemistry will be considered, the Journal particularly encourages submissions in the areas of molecular and cellular biology.
Please note that if an article includes material which has already been published it is the responsibility of the author(s) to obtain permission from the copyright holder to reproduce in the article (in all media including print and electronic form) material not owned by the author(s), and to provide full acknowledgement of the source.
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 Department of Neurochemistry - Overview   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Department of Neurochemistry was established in 1991.
Its primary research activities focus on the structure and function of membrane proteins involved in synaptic transmission and on the mechanisms that regulate the development of nerve cells and the formation of synaptic connections.
The Department of Neurochemistry is particularly interested in the signalling cascades and membrane proteins that control neuronal differentiation, synapse assembly and neurotransmission.
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 Cogprints - Subject: Neurochemistry   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
OADES, R. and ROEPCKE, B. and SCHEPKER, R. A test of conditioned blocking and its development in childhood and adolescence: relationship to personality and monoamine metabolism.
Bieberich, Erhard (1999) In search of a neuronal substrate of the human mind: new concepts from "topological neurochemistry".
In Proceedings Third conference of the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness (ASSC 3), University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada.
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 Johns Hopkins University Press | Books | The Neurochemistry of Drugs of Abuse   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Although a tremendous body of data has been gathered on the neurochemical changes engendered by exposure to drugs of abuse, the cellular mechanisms responsible for the changes remains unclear.
In The Neurochemistry of Drugs of Abuse Syed F. Ali and his co-authors examine the cellular and molecular mechanisms of drugs of abuse (such as cocaine and substituted amphetamines) as well as drugs that have been proposed for the treatment of drug addiction (such as ibogaine, phenyltropane, and phentermine-fenfluramine).
Syed F. Ali is with the Neurochemistry Laboratory, Division of Neurotoxicology, National Center for Toxicological Research, FDA, in Jefferson, Arkansas.
www.press.jhu.edu /books/title_pages/2736.html   (181 words)

  
 VIDEO: Marijuana: Neurochemistry & Physiology - CNS Productions
Designed to be used in a group or clinical setting, this objective, non-judgmental video presents the latest research and findings on the neurochemistry and physiology of marijuana.
The content focuses on the research advances in understanding how marijuana works on a cellular level and how those neurochemical changes affect sedation, the sense of novelty, appetite, memory, the immune system, visual spatial organization, paranoia, and dependence.
Issues of tolerance and tissue dependence, withdrawal, acute psychic effects, driving effects, and physical effects are highlighted.
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 Interaction of cocaine and dopamine transporter inhibitors on behavior and neurochemistry in monkeys - Publication - ...
Accordingly, it is paramount to understand pharmacological interactions between cocaine and DAT inhibitors.
The present study characterized acute interactions between cocaine and several DAT inhibitors (RTI-177, FECNT, RTI-112) that differed in selectivity for monoamine transporters on operant behavior and in vivo neurochemistry in squirrel monkeys.
Ginsburg, B.C., Kimmel, H.L., Carroll, F.I., Goodman, M.M., and Howell, L.L. Interaction of cocaine and dopamine transporter inhibitors on behavior and neurochemistry in monkeys.
www.rti.org /abstract.cfm?pubid=4488   (282 words)

  
 Neurochemistry and behavior
In the first part of this document, we learned that behavioral neurochemistry is based on the premise that: certain substances act as messengers between nerve cells and that altered neurochemical function can change behavior.
In spite of the progress our race has made from that point of view, serious mental disorders still often carry the stigma of a moral weakness.
As work continues in the area of behavioral neurochemistry, the eventual discoveries may further our understanding of not only the disease, but possibilities for unlimited growth.
www.drpressman.com /Library/NeurochemistryAndBehavior2.htm   (4310 words)

  
 E is for Ecstasy, Appendix 4, Neurochemistry Section   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
A short distillation of the present state of MDMA research in relationship to serotonin neurochemistry is presented.
Pretreatment with p-chloroamphetamine greatly attenuated the suppressant action of MDMA, and it is suggested that the action of the two drugs is similar.
Wagner, J. and Peroutka, S.J., Neurochemistry and Neurotoxicity of Substituted Amphetamines, Neuropsychopharm.
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 Bulimia nervosa - Definition, Description, Causes and symptoms, Demographics, Diagnosis, Treatments, Prognosis, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
One study found that subjects who were given two slices of standard mass-produced white bread with some jelly had their levels of serotonin increased temporarily by 450%.
This finding suggests that bulimics who binge on ice cream, bread, cookies, pizza, and fast food items that are high in processed carbohydrates are simply manipulating their neurochemistry in a highly efficient manner.
The incidence of bulimia may be lower in developing countries because diets that are high in vegetables and whole-grain products but low in processed carbohydrates do not affect serotonin levels in the brain as rapidly or as effectively.
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The Symposium II (supported by The International Society for Neurochemistry): "Cellular and Molecular Aspects of Neuronal Development" coordinated by Drs.
In this Meeting, the participating Societies: of Clinical Investigations, Immunology, Neurochemistry, Experimental Pharmacology, Biology, Biophysics and that of Physiology, will celebrate a Joint Meeting for the first time.
The Argentine Society for Neurochemistry was founded in 1986 as a nonprofit organization to foster scientific research in Neurochemistry, promote national cooperation in research, publication and dissemination of knowledge in Neurochemistry, and combine efforts with national, regional, and international groups and societies having similar aims.
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 Elsevier Author Gateway   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Journal for the publication of cellular and molecular aspects of neurochemistry
Neurochemistry International is devoted to the rapid publication of outstanding original articles and timely reviews in neurochemistry.
Neurochemistry International has now moved to online submission and review procedures, utilizing Elsevier's EES system.
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 Amazon.ca: Basic Neurochemistry: Molecular, Cellular, and Medical Aspects: Books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
For examples, Ethanol is directly toxic to the nerves of the hippocampus, it affects LTP there and it also bombs the daylights out of the liver, suggesting that alcoholic memory loss is not a biochemistry problem to be pursued in the brain alone.
If you are interested in the memory problem, Basic Neurochemistry is a major resource and great hunting ground for fresh ideas.
It will help you parse out which assumptions in this science can still be believed, post 1993, and which assumptions should now be sharply questioned or instantly discarded.
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 Science & Technology at Scientific American.com: The Brain in Love -- Using neurochemistry to try to unravel the ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Fisher, however, views it as a drive so powerful that it can override other drives, such as hunger and thirst, render the most dignified person a fool, or bring rapture to an unassuming wallflower.
This original hypothesis is consistent with the neurochemistry of love.
While emphasizing the complex and subtle interplay among multiple brain chemicals, Fisher argues convincingly that dopamine deserves center stage.
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 Cogprints - A Psychedelic Neurochemistry of Time   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
An accumulating literature suggests that a wide array of psychedelics can induce potent changes in time perception.Very little is known about the nature of these changes.
However, the repeated theme of temporal distortion amongst many archives of psychedelic experiences strongly supports the notion that psychedelic drugs do, in some way, impact the underlying neurochemistry of time perception.
This brief paper discusses examples of how psychedelics can change time perception and offers suggestions for further research.
cogprints.org /4034   (284 words)

  
 Kety and Elkes (1961) Regional neurochemistry: The regional chemistry, physiology, and pharmacology of the nervous ...
Kety and Elkes (1961) Regional neurochemistry: The regional chemistry, physiology, and pharmacology of the nervous system; proceedings
Regional neurochemistry: The regional chemistry, physiology, and pharmacology of the nervous system; proceedings
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 Journal of Neurochemistry - Journal Information
The Journal of Neurochemistry is the leading source for current research worldwide on the molecular, chemical, and cellular biology of the nervous system.
Papers that are wholly pharmalogical, histochemical, or immunological, and methods papers or the cloning of confirmatory sequences that do not advance knowledge in neurochemistry are not normally considered.
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 Neurochemistry and behavior
If these drugs can remit psychotic symptoms by altering chemical and biological functions in the brain, then can we not suppose that these physical factors are the cause of the mental disorders?
Thus, we have the beginnings of behavioral neurochemistry which addresses itself to a broad scope of behaviors and related neuronal processes, ranging from relationships in behavior to levels of neuronal organization that encompass cytoplasmic and nuclear events.
The basic premise of behavioral neurochemistry is that certain chemical substances act as messengers between nerve cells and therefore ultimately play an important role in behavioral patterns.
www.drpressman.com /Library/NeurochemistryAndBehavior.htm   (2222 words)

  
 ISN Portal
This portal is provided to the neurochemistry community to:
facilitate the worldwide advancement of neurochemistry and related neuroscience discipline,
disseminate information about neurochemistry and neurochemists' activities throughout the world.
www.neurochemistry.org   (42 words)

  
 BC Online: 9B - Neurochemistry
Neurochemistry is one of the most explosive areas of biological research.
Scientists are now starting to unravel the molecular bases for memory, cognition, emotion, and behavior.
World's Neurochemistry Portal - from the International Society for Neurochemistry
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 Neurochemistry of Consciousness. Neurotransmitters in Mind -- Kerwin 182 (5): 460 -- The British Journal of Psychiatry
and cognitive neurochemistry at this level of publication.
comprehensive text on the clinical neurochemistry of most neuropsychiatric
to examining the neurochemistry of consciousness are the weakest,
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 The Internet Foundation - Science - Neurochemistry   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Terms: Neurochemistry, neuropharmacology, neurotransmitters, neurophysiology, neuroscience, neuropsychology, neuroimaging, neuropathology, neurogenetics,
Journal of Neurochemistry - Current Table of Contents
The Journal of Neurochemistry on Synergy- free access for ISN Members
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 Amazon.ca: Handbook of Neurochemistry: Enzymes in the Nervous System: Books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Amazon.ca: Handbook of Neurochemistry: Enzymes in the Nervous System: Books
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 Amazon.com: Handbook of Neurochemistry: Enzymes in the Nervous System: Books: Abel Lajtha   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Amazon.com: Handbook of Neurochemistry: Enzymes in the Nervous System: Books: Abel Lajtha
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Handbook of Neurochemistry: Enzymes in the Nervous System (Hardcover)
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 Table of contents for Trends in neurochemistry research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Table of contents for Trends in neurochemistry research
Table of contents for Trends in neurochemistry research / Robert M. Coleman (editor).
Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog.
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 Browse Neurobiology and Neurochemistry Textbooks - The MIT Press
Browse Neurobiology and Neurochemistry Textbooks - The MIT Press
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Jeffrey L. Elman, Elizabeth A. Bates, Mark H. Johnson, Annette Karmiloff-Smith, Domenico Parisi and Kim Plunkett
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