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Although normally thought of as a sex hormone, recent research hashighlighted the numerous and significant effects that oestrogen hason the CNS, extending far beyond its important reproductive role.It has been shown that oestrogen acts as a neural growth factorwith important influences on the survival, plasticity, regenerationand ageing of the mammalian brain. This exciting book brings together leading clinicians andresearchers to discuss oestrogen's basic mechanisms of action, theextrahypothalmic brain regions it affects, and its influence oncognitive functions in animals and humans. Finally,…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Although normally thought of as a sex hormone, recent research hashighlighted the numerous and significant effects that oestrogen hason the CNS, extending far beyond its important reproductive role.It has been shown that oestrogen acts as a neural growth factorwith important influences on the survival, plasticity, regenerationand ageing of the mammalian brain. This exciting book brings together leading clinicians andresearchers to discuss oestrogen's basic mechanisms of action, theextrahypothalmic brain regions it affects, and its influence oncognitive functions in animals and humans. Finally, recent researchon the role of oestrogens in ageing and dementia, including thesignificance of oestrogen action in Alzheimer's disease, isdiscussed. The 15 papers contained in this book, together with theextensive discussion sessions that follow them, reveal much new andexciting work in this area, and identify promising new researchdirections.

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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: John Wiley & Sons
  • Seitenzahl: 292
  • Erscheinungstermin: 09.09.2003
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9780470870808
  • Artikelnr.: 37299883
Inhaltsangabe
Chairman's Introduction (B. McEwen).
Mechanism of Oestrogen Signalling with Particular Reference to the Role of ERß in the Central Nervous System (E. Treuter, et al.).
Oestrogen Receptor Function at Classical and Alternative Response Elements (P. Kushner, et al.).
GENERAL DISCUSSION I.
Nuclear Receptor Versus Plasma Membrane Oestrogen Receptor (E. Levin).
Novel Sites and Mechanisms of Oestrogen Action in the Brain (C. Toran-Allerand).
Oestrogen Modulation of Noradrenaline Neurotransmission (A. Herbison, et al.).
Oestrogen and the Cholinergic Hypothesis: Implications for Oestrogen Replacement Therapy in Postmenopausal Women (R. Gibbs).
Ovarian Steroid Action in the Serotonin Neural System of Macaques (C. Bethea, et al.).
Oestrogen Effects on Dopaminergic Function in Striatum (J. Becker).
GENERAL DISCUSSION II.
Oestrogen Effects in Olivo-Cerebellar and Hippocampal Circuits (S. Smith, et al.).
Effects of Oestradiol on Hippocampal Circuitry (C. Woolley).
Oestrogen and Cognitive Function Throughout the Female Lifespan (B. Sherwin).
Neuroprotective Effects of Phenolic A Ring Oestrogens (P. Green, et al.).
The Female Sex Hormone Oestrogen as Neuroprotectant: Activities at Various Levels (C. Behl, et al.).
Neurohormonal Signalling Pathways and the Regulation of Alzheimer ß-Amyloid Metabolism (S. Gandy & S. Petanceska).
Oestrogens and Dementia (V. Henderson).
Indexes.
Rezensionen
"The text is an excellent summary of what is new on estrogens in the brain and will be of interest to neuroscience departments..." Jnl of the Neurological Sciences, March 2001