The Opiate Receptors by Gavril W. PasternakThe Opiate Receptors by Gavril W. Pasternak

The Opiate Receptors

EditorGavril W. Pasternak

Paperback | January 25, 2013

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This new edition covers the latest knowledge on opiate receptors and related receptor subtypes. It discusses many topics pertaining to the unique integrated approach of correlating the biochemical, physiological and pharmacological aspects of opiate reaction.
In 1988, Gavril W. Pasternak published the first edition of The Opiate Receptors. Dr. Pasternak is affiliated with the Molecular Pharmacology & Chemistry department at the Sloan-Kettering Institute (Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center).
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Title:The Opiate ReceptorsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:528 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.01 inPublished:January 25, 2013Publisher:Humana PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1617797219

ISBN - 13:9781617797217

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: You've Come a Long Way Baby!Solomon H. SnyderChapter 2: The evolution of concepts of opioid receptorsWilliam R. MartinChapter 3: Pharmacology of opioid drugsBrian M. CoxChapter 4: Opioid receptors: the early yearsGavril W. PasternakChapter 5: Endogenous opioidsIryna Berezniuk, Lloyd D. FrickerChapter 6: Molecular biology of mu opioid receptorsYing-Xian Pan, Gavril W. PasternakChapter 7: Delta Opioid ReceptorsWendy Walwyn, Fatima Macho Sánchez-Simon, Raquel Rodriguez, Christopher J. EvansChapter 8: Kappa opioid receptor gene and the regulatory mechanisms of its protein expressionLi-Na Wei, Horace H. LohChapter 9: Opioid receptor signal transduction mechanismsPing-Yee LawChapter 10: Mu opioid receptor mediated analgesia and rewardHoward L. FieldsChapter 11: Kappa opioid receptor function Julia C. Lemos, Charles ChavkinChapter 12: Delta opioid receptor functionEdita Navratilova, Victor J. Hruby, Frank Porreca Chapter 13: Genetics of opioid receptor functions in miceMichael A. Ansonoff, Ting Wen, John E. PintarChapter 14: Opioid receptor traffickingMark VonZastrowChapter 15: Opioid receptor dimerizationRaphael Rozenfeld, Ivone Gomes, Lakshmi A. DeviChapter 16: Molecular modulation of in vivo toleranceCharles E. Inturrisi, Ann M. GregusChapter 17: Genetics of opioid actionsJörn Löetsch, Jeffrey S. Mogil

Editorial Reviews

From the reviews of the second edition:"It is intended as a review and reference resource on topics of interest to scientists working in the opioid receptor field. . would be most appropriate for midlevel graduate students and higher level researchers . . The book offers a detailed overview and review of 14 different aspects of opioid receptor science . . an excellent source for a graduate level course on opioid pharmacology, or would serve well as a current reference point on timely issues in this field of research." (Kenneth E. McCarson, Doody's Review Service, June, 2011)"The major goal of this second edition of The Opiate Receptors is to provide insight into the molecular and classical pharmacology of opiates and opioid peptides and to translate this into pharmacological actions. Gavril Pasternak . does a masterful job of bringing all of this together. . This book will be a valuable resource for scientists working in the opiate field and for clinicians who are interested in the pharmacological actions of these agents." (Dwight Moulin, Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences, March, 2012)