The Dopamine Receptors by Kim NeveThe Dopamine Receptors by Kim Neve

The Dopamine Receptors

EditorKim Neve

Paperback | February 25, 2012

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As sites of action for drugs used to treat schizophrenia and Parkinson's disease, dopamine receptors are among the most validated drug targets for neuropsychiatric disorders. Dopamine receptors are also drug targets or potential targets for other disorders such as substance abuse, depression, Tourette's syndrome, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Updated from the successful first edition, "The Dopamine Receptors" serves as a reference work on dopamine receptors while also highlighting the areas of research that are most active today. To achieve this goal, authors have written chapters that set a broad area of research in its historical context, rather than focusing on the research output of their own laboratories.
Title:The Dopamine ReceptorsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:660 pagesPublished:February 25, 2012Publisher:Humana PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1617796565

ISBN - 13:9781617796562

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Table of Contents

Table of ContentsPrefaceHistorical Overview: Introduction to the Dopamine ReceptorsPhilip SeemanGene and Promoter Structures of the Dopamine ReceptorsUrsula M. D'SouzaStructural Basis of Dopamine Receptor ActivationIrina S. Moreira, Lei Shi, Zachary Freyberg, Spencer S. Eriksen, Harel Weinstein, and Johnathan A. JavitchDopamine Receptor Subtype-Selective Drugs: D1-like ReceptorsDavid E. NicholsDopamine Receptor Subtype-Selective Drugs: D2-like ReceptorsOlaf Prante, Miriam Dörfler, and Peter GmeinerDopamine Receptor Signaling: Intracellular Pathways to BehaviorRobert J. Romanelli, John T. Williams, and Kim A. NeveDopaminergic Modulation of Glutamatergic Signaling in Striatal Medium Spiny NeuronsWeixing Shen and D. James SurmeierRegulation of Dopamine Receptor Trafficking and ResponsivenessMelissa L. Perreault, Vaneeta Verma, Brian F. O'Dowd and Susan R. GeorgeDopamine Receptor-Interacting ProteinsLisa A. Hazelwood, R. Benjamin Free, and David R. SibleyDopamine Receptor OligomerizationKjell Fuxe, Daniel Marcellino, Diego Guidolin, Amina Woods and Luigi AgnatiDopamine Receptor Modulation of Glutamatergic NeurotransmissionCarlos Cepeda, Véronique M. André, Emily L. Jocoy and Michael S. LevineUnraveling the Role of Dopamine Receptors in vivo: Lessons from Knockout MiceEmanuele Tirotta, Claudia De Mei, Chisato Iitaka, Maria Ramos, Dawn Holmes, and Emiliana BorrelliDopamine Receptors and Behavior: From Psychopharmacology to Mutant ModelsGerard J. O'Sullivan, Colm O'Tuathaigh, Katsunori Tomiyama, Noriaki Koshikawa, and John L. WaddingtonDopamine Modulation of the Prefrontal Cortex and Cognitive FunctionJeremy K. Seamans and Trevor W. RobbinsIn Vivo Imaging of Dopamine ReceptorsAnissa Abi-Dargham and Marc LaruelleDopamine Receptors and the Treatment of SchizophreniaNathalie Ginovart and Shitij KapurDopamine Receptor Subtypes in Reward and RelapseDavid W. SelfDopamine Receptors and the Treatment of Parkinson's DiseaseEugenia V. Gurevich and Vsevolod V. GurevichDopamine Receptor Genetics in Neuropsychiatric DisordersFrankie H. F. Lee and Albert H. C. Wong

Editorial Reviews

...extremely well-written and thoroughly referenced... All neuroscientists searching for an invaluable reference which provides a clearer understanding of the dopamine field and its future direction should have this book at their fingertips. -Journal of Medicinal Chemistry