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Chemoreceptors In Respiratory Control

byJ. A. Ribeiro

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List of Participants 1 Hypoxia-Induced Intermitochondrial Junctions in the Rabbit Carotid-Body : An Ultrastructural and Experimental Study. A. VERNA. N. TALIB and A. BARETS. 11 Ultrastructural Studies of the Cat Carotid Body Perfused for Short Periods with Physiological Saline Solutions. R.G. O'REGAN. M. KENNEDY. D. COTTELL and S. FEELY. Morphological and Biochemical 19 Characteristics of the Laryngeal Nerve paraganglia. A. DAHLQVIST. S. HELLSTROM. B. CARLSOO. J.M. PEGUIGNOT and S. DOMEIJ. 29 Central Terminations of Carotid Body Chemoreceptor Afferents. D. JORDAN. S. DONOGHUE. R.B. FELDER and K.M. SPYER. 39 Vascular Geometry of Arterial Chemoreceptors: Learning about the Caritud Body by Studying paraganglia of the Superior Laryngeal Nerve D. M. McDONALD and AMY HASKELL. Altered Function of Cat Carotid Body 50 Chemoreceptors in Prolonged Hyperoxia. S. LAHIRI. E. MULLIGAN. A. MORASHI. S. ADNRONIKOU and M. SHIRAHATA. 59 Glycolysis as a Link for Chemoreception? MARCO A. DELPIANO. Spectrophotometric Studies on Carotid 69 Body Tissue. H. ACKER. C. EYZAGUIRRE. ATP Content in the Cat Carotid Body 78 under Different Experimental Conditions. Support for the Metabolic Hypothesis. A. onESO. L. AL<_ffiraz20_and20_c.20_gonzalez.20_9120_pathways20_for20_calcium20_entry20_into20_type20_i20_cells3a_20_significance20_for20_the20_secretory20_response.20_a.20_obeso.20_s.20_fidone20_and20_c.20_gonzalez.20_effects20_of20_cyanide20_and20_acetylcholine20_on20_9920_extracellular20_k2b_20_and20_ca2b_2b_20_activities20_in20_the20_cat20_carotid20_body.20_r.g.20_o27_27_regan20_and20_h.20_acker.20_application20_of20_the20_chemiluminescent20_10820_method20_to20_carotid20_body20_for20_detecting20_choline20_and20_acetylcholine.20_arcadi20_gual20_and20_jordi20_harsal. and="" c.="" gonzalez.="" 91="" pathways="" for="" calcium="" entry="" into="" type="" i="" _cells3a_="" significance="" the="" secretory="" response.="" a.="" obeso.="" s.="" fidone="" effects="" of="" cyanide="" acetylcholine="" on="" 99="" extracellular="" _k2b_="" _ca2b_2b_="" activities="" in="" cat="" carotid="" body.="" r.g.="" _o27_27_regan="" h.="" acker.="" application="" chemiluminescent="" 108="" method="" to="" body="" detecting="" choline="" acetylcholine.="" arcadi="" gual="" jordi="">
Title:Chemoreceptors In Respiratory ControlFormat:PaperbackDimensions:408 pages, 21.6 × 14 × 1.73 inPublished:May 15, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Hypoxia-Induced Intermitochondrial Junctions in the Rabbit Carotid-Body: An Ultrastructural and Experimental Study.- Ultrastructural Studies of the Cat Carotid Body Perfused for Short Periods with Physiological Saline Solutions.- Morphological and Biochemical Characteristics of the Laryngeal Nerve Paraganglia.- Central Terminations of Carotid Body Chemoreceptor Afferents.- Vascular Geometry of Arterial Chemoreceptors: Learning about the Carotid Body by Studying Paraganglia of the Superior Laryngeal Nerve.- Altered Function of Cat Carotid Body Chemoreceptors in Prolonged Hyperoxia.- Glycolysis as a Link for Chemoreception?.- Spectrophotometric Studies on Carotid Body Tissue.- ATP Content in the Cat Carotid Body under Different Experimental Conditions. Support for the Metabolic Hypothesis.- Pathways for Calcium Entry into Type I Cells: Significance for the Secretory Response.- Effects of Cyanide and Acetylcholine on Extracellular K+ and Ca++ Activities in the Cat Carotid Body.- Application of the Chemiluminescent Method to Carotid Body for Detecting Choline and Acetylcholine.- Monoamine Content and Metabolism in the Rabbit Carotid Body.- A Comparative Study of the Metabolism of Catecholamines in the Rabbit and Cat Carotid Body.- Release of Catecholamines by Electrical Stimulation of the Cat Carotid Sinus Nerve in Vitro.- Dopamine and 3, 4-Dihydroxyphenylacetic Acid Concentrations in Rat Carotid Body: The Effects of Chronic Hypoxia and Hyperoxia from Birth.- Prolonged Hyperoxia and Oligomycin have Similar Effects on Cat Carotid Body Chemoreceptors.- In Vitro Carotid Chemoreceptor Response to Hypoxia and Hypercapnia after Reserpinization or AMPT-Treatment in the Rabbit and in the Cat.- Regulation of Neuropeptide Levels in Sensory Receptors and Autonomic Ganglia.- Origin of Respiratory Oscillations in Chemoreceptor Discharge.- Afferent Activity in the Sinus Nerve of the Rabbit after Regeneration.- The Role of the Carotid Body in Acclimatization to Hypoxia.- The Role of the Peripheral Arterial Chemoreceptors in the Cardiovascular Responses of the Cat to Acute Systemic Hypoxia.- The Effect of Premature Delivery on Chemoreceptor Sensitivity in the Lamb.- Studies of Chemoreceptor Resetting after Hyperoxic Ventilation of the Fetus in Utero.- The Chemoreception of Hypoxia and Hypercapnia: Further Evidence for a Dual Sensing Mechanism.- Carotid Body Chemoreceptor Response to Transient Arterial Occlusion.- The Carotid Bodies in Coarctation of the Aorta.- The Carotid Bodies in a Case of Ventricular Septal Defect.- Histological Changes Associated with Ageing of the Human Carotid Body.- Slow Ventilatory Dynamics in Hypoxic Patients with Obstructive Airways Disease.- Propranolol Treatment Inhibits the Carotid Body Vascular Changes Evoked by Long-Term Hypoxia.- Acetylcholine- and Dopamine-Induced Excitation of Cultured Newborn Rabbit Nodose Ganglion Neurons: Effects of Co-Culture with Carotid Body Fragments.- Pharmacological Studies on Opioid Receptors in the Cat Carotid Body.- Chemoexcitation Evoked by Adenosine: Pharmacological Characterisation of the Receptor.- Adenosine Modulation of Respiration Mediated by Carotid Body Chemoreceptors.- Interference by Domperidone on Chemosensory and Ventilatory Responses to Dopamine.- The Double Reflexogenic Action of Lobeline, Acetylcholine and Cyanides on the Carotid Body, Influence of Phentolamine and Sulpiride.- Power Spectral Analysis of Chemoreceptor Discharges During Asphyxia and after Administration of Almitrine Bismesylate.- Peripheral Chemoreceptor Stimulation and Pulmonary Circulation in the Rat.- Almitrine Anatagonizes the Depressant Effect of the Morphinomimetic Agent, Fentanyl on Bulbar Respiratory Neurons.- Effects of Chronic Hypoxia on Chemoreceptor Function in the Newborn.- Reduction in Dopaminergic Activity in the Rat Carotid Body after Acute or Chronic Almitrine.- Carotid Body Responses to Administration of Almitrine Bismesylate.- Kinetics of Almitrine Bismesylate and its Metabolites in the Carotid Body and Other Tissues of the Rat.