Temperature Regulation

Recent Physiological and Pharmacological Advances

  • A. S. Milton

Part of the Advances in Pharmacological Sciences book series (APS)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. J. Roth, M. Bock, J. L. McClellan, M. J. Kluger, E. Zeisberger
    Pages 11-16
  3. E. Zeisberger, K. E. Cooper, M. J. Kluger, J. L. McClellan, J. Roth
    Pages 17-22
  4. P. P. Murzenok, V. N. Gourine
    Pages 23-27
  5. M. Kosaka, J. M. Lee, G. J. Yang, T. Matsumoto, K. Tsuchiya, N. Ohwatari et al.
    Pages 35-39
  6. A. A. Romanovsky, C. M. Blatteis
    Pages 41-46
  7. W. S. Hunter, E. Sehic, C. M. Blatteis
    Pages 75-79
  8. A. Oladehin, J. A. Barriga-Briceno, C. M. Blatteis
    Pages 81-85
  9. Nobu Ohwatari, Masaki Yamauchi, Munenori Shimazu, Takaaki Matsumoto, Klaus Pleschka, Mitsuo Kosaka
    Pages 87-92
  10. H. A. Schmid, U. Pehl, E. Simon
    Pages 109-114
  11. Cynthia M. Handler, Thomas C. Piliero, Ellen B. Geller, Martin W. Adler
    Pages 115-120
  12. Suchandra Ghosh, Mrinal K. Poddar
    Pages 121-126
  13. Tokuo Ogawa, Junichi Sugenoya, Norikazu Ohnishi, Kazuno Imai, Takae Umeyama, Motohiko Nishida et al.
    Pages 127-131
  14. Zenon Mariak, Janusz Lewko, Marek Jadeszko, Henryk Dudek
    Pages 139-144
  15. Barbara Griefahn, Paul Schwarzenau
    Pages 159-164
  16. M. A. Kolka, L. A. Stephenson, R. R. Gonzalez
    Pages 165-170
  17. Norikazu Ohnishi, Tokuo Ogawa, Junichi Sugenoya, Keiko Natsume, Yuka Yamashita, Ritsuko Imamura et al.
    Pages 183-187
  18. F. F. McConaghy, J. R. S. Hales, D. R. Hodgson
    Pages 189-193
  19. Jürgen Werner, Heinrich Brinck
    Pages 201-206
  20. Gordon G. Giesbrecht, Marc Schroeder, Gerald K. Bristow
    Pages 213-218
  21. Fang Chen, Håkan Nilsson, Ingvar Holmér
    Pages 219-222
  22. Michel B. Ducharme, Peter Tikuisis
    Pages 223-228
  23. Helen Laburn, Duncan Mitchell, Kathleen Goelst
    Pages 229-240
  24. Hitoshi Yamashita, Tomomi Ookawara, Takako Kizaki, Mikio Yamamoto, Yoshinobu Ohira, Toru Wakatsuki et al.
    Pages 241-245
  25. Harry J. Carlisle, Susan Rothberg, Michael J. Stock
    Pages 247-251
  26. M. J. Fregly, N. E. Rowland, J. R. Cade
    Pages 261-265
  27. H. S. Sharma, J. Westman, F. Nyberg, C. Zimmer, J. Cervós-Navarro, P. K. Dey
    Pages 267-272
  28. Taketoshi Morimoto, Akira Takamata, Hiroshi Nose
    Pages 279-283
  29. Arieh Brosh, Stephen Fennell, Dick Wright, Graham Beneke, Bruce Young
    Pages 297-302

About this book


Many advances have been made in the field of thermoregulation in the past few years. These include our understanding of Fever, which is now considered not simply a rise in deep body temperature foHowing infection, but just one aspect, though perhaps the most easily measured, of the Acute Phase of the Immune Response. Classification and identification of the Cytokines and the availability of recombinant material has greatly aided this research. Similarly, our understanding of the Hypothalamo-Pituitary Adrenal Axis has altered our way of thinking about temperature regulation. Of importance are the problems associated with adverse climatic conditions and survival, and the problems encountered by the neonate and the hibernator. At the biochemical level, our knowledge of the control of heat production and the role of brown adipose tissue is rapidly advancing. All these issues and many others were discussed at a Symposium 'Thermal Physiology 1993' held in Aberdeen, Scotland in August 1993 under the auspices of the Thermal Physiology Commission of the International Union of Physiological Sciences. Six main aspects of the subject of temperature regulation are included in this book, namely, Fever (including the Acute Phase of the Immune Response and Thermoregulatory Peptides), Neurophysiology of Thermoregulation, Neonatal Thermoregulation, Mechanisms of Heat Production, Ecological and Behavioural Thermoregulation, and Emerging Themes in Thermoregulation.


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Editors and affiliations

  • A. S. Milton
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  1. 1.Division of PharmacologyUniversity of AberdeenAberdeenScotland

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