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Neurosteroid effects in the central nervous system

Neurosteroid effects in the central nervous system

the role of the GABA-A receptor

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Published by CRC Press in Boca Raton .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Neurohormones -- Physiological effect.,
  • Steroids -- Physiological effect.,
  • GABA -- Receptors.,
  • Neurotransmitter receptors.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statement[edited by] Sheryl S. Smith.
    SeriesMethods & new frontiers in neuroscience
    ContributionsSmith, Sheryl S.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination379p., [4] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages379
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22107822M
    ISBN 100849323924

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Neurosteroid Effects in the Central Nervous System: The Role of the GABA A Receptor presents a complete overview of the effects. Neurosteroid Effects in the Central Nervous System: The Role of the GABA A Receptor presents a complete overview of the effects of neuroactive steroids in the brain, describes new methods for investigating these effects, and features the latest theories on steroid action in the central nervous system, with emphasis on the GABA A receptor.

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The Format: Hardcover. Neurosteroid Effects in the Central Nervous System: The Role of the GABAA Receptor presents a complete overview of the effects of neuroactive steroids in the brain, describes new methods for investigating these effects, and features the latest theories on steroid action in the central nervous system, with emphasis on the GABAA receptor.

Get this from a library. Neurosteroid effects in the central nervous system: the role of the GABA-A receptor. [Sheryl S Smith;] -- A complete overview of the effects of steroid hormones in the brain and describes new methods for investigating these effects. The author discusses the latest theories on steroid action in the.

Neurosteroid Effects in the Central Nervous System: The Role of the GABAA Receptor presents a complete overview of the effects of neuroactive steroids in the brain, describes new methods for investigating these effects, and features the latest theories on steroid action in the central nervous system, with emphasis on the GABAA receptor.

According to current knowledge, neurosteroids are synthesized throughout the central and peripheral nervous systems by both glial cells and neurons. It is important to determine in which part of the nervous system and in which cell type a particular neurosteroid is synthesized.

Neurosteroids Effects in the Central Nervous System, Role of the GABAA receptor. CRC press; Washington: pp. – Girdler SS, Straneva PA, Light KC, Pedersen CA, Morrow AL. Allopregnanolone levels and reactivity to mental stress in premenstrual dysphoric disorder.

Biological Psychiatry. ; – Get this from a library. Neurosteroid effects in the central nervous system: the role of the GABA-A receptor. [Sheryl S Smith;]. One of the “givens” of steroid biology was that they were lipid-soluble compounds secreted from peripheral endocrine organs; their effects on the central nervous system therefore were dependent on passage across the blood–brain barrier and subsequent binding to macromolecular receptors in steroid-sensitive areas of the by: 1.

Neurosteroid Effects in the Central Nervous System: The This book presents a complete overview of the effects of steroid hormones in the brain and describes new methods for investigating these : DB Jones.

Neurosteroid Effects in the Central Nervous System by Sheryl S. Smith Book Resume: Our understanding of the ways that neuroactive steroids act in the brain has been increased by transgenic approaches, recombinant expression systems, higher resolution electrophysiological paradigms, and the development of technology to localize receptors.

ISBN: For information on all Academic Press publications. visit our website at T ypeset by TNQ Books and. The term neurosteroid was coined by the French physiologist Étienne-Émile Baulieu and refers to steroids synthesized in the brain.

[3] [4] The term, neuroactive steroid refers to steroids that can be synthesized in the brain, or are synthesized by an endocrine gland, that then reach the brain through the bloodstream and have effects on brain.

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In the central nervous system, 5-HT 3 receptor subtypes are involved in the pathological processes of depression [12, 13], anxiety, and withdrawal symptoms, and 2 Author: Birgit Stoffel-Wagner.

A neurosteroidogenesis inhibitor is a drug that inhibits the production of endogenous teroids include the excitatory neurosteroids pregnenolone sulfate, dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA), and dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate (DHEA-S), and the inhibitory neurosteroids allopregnanolone, tetrahydrodeoxycorticosterone (THDOC), and 3α.

The central nervous system (CNS) represents the largest part of the nervous system, including the brain and the spinal cord. Together with the peripheral nervous. Nanomolar concentrations of neurosteroids, which occur in vivo, potentiate phasic and tonic forms of GABA A R-mediated inhibition, indicating that both synaptic and extrasynaptic GABA A Rs possess sensitivity to neurosteroids and contribute to the overall ability of neurosteroids to modulate central nervous system excitability.

Common effects Cited by: 4. Central nervous system agents are medicines that affect the central nervous system (CNS). The CNS is responsible for processing and controlling most of our bodily functions, and consists of the nerves in the brain and spinal cord.

There are many different types of drugs that work on the CNS, including anesthetics, anticonvulsants, antiemetics. The observation that the activity of key steroidogenic enzymes is finely tuned by various neurotransmitters and neuropeptides strongly suggests that some of the central effects of these neuromodulators may be mediated via the regulation of neurosteroid production.

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