Structural And Functional Organization Of The Synapse

  • Johannes W. Hell
  • Michael D. Ehlers

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XVIII
  2. Johannes W. Hell, Michael D. Ehlers
    Pages 1-22
  3. Dwight E. Bergles, Robert H. Edwards
    Pages 23-61
  4. Peter S. McPherson, Brigitte Ritter, George J. Augustine
    Pages 111-146
  5. Alaa El-Husseini
    Pages 173-204
  6. Cyril Hanus, Michael D. Ehlers
    Pages 205-249
  7. Hongjie Yuan, Matthew T. Geballe, Kasper B. Hansen, Stephen F. Traynelis
    Pages 289-316
  8. Robert J. Wenthold, Rana A. Al-Hallaq, Catherine Croft Swanwick, Ronald S. Petralia
    Pages 317-367
  9. Mary B. Kennedy, Edoardo Marcora, Holly J. Carlisle
    Pages 407-440
  10. Bernardo L. Sabatini, Karel Svoboda
    Pages 441-458
  11. Stefan Strack, Johannes W. Hell
    Pages 459-500
  12. John E. Lisman, Johannes W. Hell
    Pages 501-534
  13. Gina Turrigiano
    Pages 535-552
  14. Thomas D. Helton, Michael D. Ehlers
    Pages 553-600
  15. Carrie L. Heusner, Kelsey C. Martin
    Pages 601-620
  16. I. Lorena Arancibia-Carcamo, Antoine Triller, Josef T. Kittler
    Pages 621-660
  17. John A. Wemmie, Xiang-ming Zha, Michael J. Welsh
    Pages 661-681
  18. Cagla Eroglu, Ben A. Barres, Beth Stevens
    Pages 683-714
  19. Robert Meller, Roger P. Simon
    Pages 731-758
  20. Michael W. Salter
    Pages 759-779
  21. Back Matter
    Pages 781-801

About this book


Synapses play a central role in the brain by mediating signal transmission between neurons. This book provides a fundamental description of the synapse by leading experts in the field. Each individual synapse carries out its numerous functions in a tiny space, thereby requiring an exquisite molecular and functional arrangement. This book describes the molecular structure and cellular function of central synapses in the brain, providing a detailed view of the brain’s fundamental unit of information storage.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Johannes W. Hell
    • 1
  • Michael D. Ehlers
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of Pharmacology 2-512 BSBUniversity of IowaIowa City
  2. 2.Department of NeurobiologyDuke University Medical CenterDurham

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