3 edition of The Neurobiology of zinc found in the catalog.
|Statement||editors, C.J. Frederickson, G.A. Howell, E.J. Kasarskis.|
|Series||Neurology and neurobiology ;, v. 11|
|Contributions||Frederickson, C. J., Howell, G. A., Kasarskis, E. J., Society for Neuroscience., Symposium on Zinc Neurobiology (1983 : Boston, Mass.)|
|LC Classifications||QP535.Z6 N48 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|ISBN 10||0845127977, 0845127128, 0845127136|
|LC Control Number||84011235|
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Gordon Shepherd is a Yale University professor of neuroscience and neurobiology. He states in the Preface to this edition, "The primary aim of this book continues to be to make this vast and expanding world of knowledge intelligible to students by presenting a unified view of the principles of nervous organization 5/5(5).
THE NEUROBIOLOGY OF ZINC IN HEALTH AND DISEASE zinc is the metallothioneins (MTs), from which zinc can be released rapidly by nitrosylation or oxidation of. Zinc is an integral constituent and cofactor of more than twenty metalloenzymes.
Because of relatively high concentrations of zinc found in various endocrine glands, this element may influence the secretion of several hormones.
The important role of zinc in promoting the healing of thermal and surgical wounds adds further support to this. Zinc is an essential nutrient that is required in humans and animals for many physiological functions, including immune and antioxidant function, growth and reproduction.
Many aspects of zinc deficiency-induced anorexia have been well studied in experimental animals, most notably the laboratory by: Nowadays, the importance of zinc in neurobiology is widely acknowledged and has been reviewed recently by several authors (Dreosti ; Frederickson et al. Cited by: Abstract.
The Neurobiology of zinc book deficiency is known to affect the development of many derivatives of the primitive neural tube. Defects such as agenesis and dysmorphogenesis of the brain, spinal cord, eyes, and olfactory tract have been reported in the offsprings of zinc-deficient female rats (Hurley and Shrader, ).Cited by: 2.
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More recently I have developed a rather more specific interest in the role of zinc, particularly in relation to the dominance of zinc metalloenzymes in the processes of DNA replication and repair, and its possible significance The Neurobiology of zinc book human pathology.
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Recent research on nutritional mechanisms and their effect on the brain show they are. The use of zinc in medicinal skin cream was mentioned in Egyptian papyri from BC (for example, the The Neurobiology of zinc book Papyrus), and zinc has apparently been used fairly steadily throughout Roman and modern times (for example, as the American lotion named for its zinc ore, 'Calamine').
It is, therefore, somewhat ironic that zinc is a relatively late addition to the pantheon of signal. In response to the worldwide health problems caused by nutritional zinc deficiency, coupled with the remarkable advances in our knowledge of zinc metabolism, the author has written this monograph on the clinical effects of this important mineral.
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Prasad focuses on biochemical aspects, but Author: Ananda S. Prasad. The mechanism of this zinc–copper antagonism is still poorly understood. Zinc interferes with the absorption of copper from the intestine of rats; this interference appears to be relatively specific for zinc (Van Campen,).In fact, both Zn 2+ and Cd 2+ act as copper antagonists by displacing copper from a duodenal protein (mol.
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This widely used and highly praised textbook has been extensively revised to reflect the most exciting research across the entire range of neuroscience. A new feature is an introductory discussion of the mechanisms of gene regulation, while the superfamily of molecules responsible for membrane signaling is given new emphasis as a unifying theme throughout molecular and.
This book explores the common and useful element zinc. The author discusses the structure of the zinc atom in clear and simple language, describing in detail the characteristics that give the element is unique qualities.
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Many neural progenitors, including Drosophila mushroom body (MB) and projection neuron (PN) neuroblasts, sequentially give rise to different subtypes of neurons throughout development. We identified a novel BTB-zinc finger protein, named Chinmo (Chronologically inappropriate morphogenesis), that governs neuronal temporal identity during postembryonic development Cited by: ?book=[Read] note, cover is actually hardback, black only with no sleeve For Full.
Zinc deficiency is defined either as insufficient zinc to meet the needs of the body, or as a serum zinc level below the normal range. However, since a decrease in the serum concentration is only detectable after long-term or severe depletion, serum zinc is not a reliable biomarker for zinc status.
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