Volume 70 1993

Phospholipids and Signal Transmission

ISBN: 978-3-662-02924-4 (Print) 978-3-662-02922-0 (Online)

Table of contents (32 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XII

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    Glycosylphosphatidylinositol Anchored Recognition Molecules That Mediate Intercellular Adhesion and Promote Neurite Outgrowth

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    Pages 13-37

    Lipid Synthesis and Targeting to the Mammalian Cell Surface

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    Pages 39-48

    The Aminophospholipid Transporter from Human Red Blood Cells

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    Pages 49-59

    Lipids (Composition and Topography) in Adrenal Chromaffin Granules and Their Relevance for the Function of These Organelles

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    Pages 61-69

    Accelerated Cell Membrane Degradation in Alzheimer’s Disease Brain: Relationship to Amyloid Formation?

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    Pages 71-86

    Mechanistic and Functional Aspects of Oscillatory Calcium Signalling

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    Pages 87-93

    Phospholipid Hydrolysis and [Ca 2+ ] i Control

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    Pages 95-105

    Phosphoinositide Hydrolysis Indicates Functional Receptors in Astrocytes and in Neoplastic Cells from the Human CNS

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    Pages 107-113

    The G-Proteins Regulating Phosphoinositide Breakdown

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    Pages 115-121

    Actions and Interactions of Cholinergic and Excitatory Aminoacid Receptors on Phosphoinositide Signals, Excitotoxicity and Neuroplasticity

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    Pages 123-133

    The Phospholipid Environment of Activated Synaptic Membrane Receptors May Provide Both Intracellularly and Retrogradely Acting Signals for the Regulation of Neuro(Muscular) Transmission

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    Pages 135-149

    The Role of Arachidonic Acid as a Retrograde Messenger in Long-Term Potentiation

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    Pages 151-162

    Resisting Memory Storage: Activating Endogenous Protein Kinease C Inhibitors

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    Pages 163-170

    B-50 Phosphorylation in Response to Different Patterns of Electrical Stimulation in Rat Hippocampal Slices

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    Pages 171-187

    Participation of Inositol Phosphates, Protein Kinase C, G-Proteins and Cyclic AMP in Signal Transduction in Primary Rat Astroglial Cultures

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    Pages 189-203

    Sphingosine, a Breakdown Product of Cellular Sphingolipids, in Cellular Proliferation and Phospholipid Metabolism

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    Pages 205-218

    Regulation of Phosphatidylserine Synthesis during T Cell Activation

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    Pages 219-234

    Anti-Phosphatidylserine Monoclonal Antibody: Structural Template for Studying Lipid-Protein Interactions and for Identificationo of Phosphatidylserine Binding Proteins

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    Pages 235-247

    Immunomodulation by Serine Phospholipids

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    Pages 249-256

    Direct Effect of Phosphatidylserine on the Activity of the Post-Synaptic GABA A Receptor Complex

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