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Neuroimmune Pharmacology

  • Howard E. Gendelman
  • Tsuneya Ikezu

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-l
  2. Immunology of the Nervous System

    1. Howard E. Gendelman, Tsuneya Ikezu
      Pages 1-3
    2. Howard E. Gendelman, Eliezer Masliah
      Pages 7-8
    3. William A. Banks
      Pages 21-38
    4. Leila Kump, Eyal Margalit
      Pages 39-53
    5. Huangui Xiong
      Pages 55-64
    6. Malabendu Jana, Subhajit Dasgupta, Anuja Ghorpade, Kalipada Pahan
      Pages 69-88
    7. Anuja Ghorpade, Howard E. Gendelman, Jonathan Kipnis
      Pages 89-104
    8. Murali Prakriya, Richard J. Miller
      Pages 105-121
    9. Wallace B. Thoreson
      Pages 123-134
    10. Larisa Y. Poluektova
      Pages 135-149
    11. Hui Peng, Nicholas Whitney, Kang Tang, Myron Toews, Jialin Zheng
      Pages 151-170
    12. Tsuneya Ikezu, Howard E. Gendelman
      Pages 171-182
    13. Yunlong Huang, Nathan Erdmann, Terry D. Hexum, Jialin Zheng
      Pages 183-205
    14. Ramendra N. Saha, Keshore R. Bidasee, Kalipada Pahan
      Pages 207-225
  3. Nervous System Diseases and Immunity: Clinical Descriptions

    1. Serge Przedborski
      Pages 229-237
    2. Samantha S. Soldan, Gregory Wu, Clyde Markowitz, Dennis L. Kolson
      Pages 239-255
    3. Helmar C. Lehmann, Kazim A. Sheikh
      Pages 263-281
    4. M. Patricia Leuschen
      Pages 283-296
    5. Yuri Persidsky
      Pages 297-312
    6. Kazunori Fugo, Christian W. Grant, Steven Jacobson
      Pages 313-326
    7. Clinton Jones, Eric M. Scholar
      Pages 327-341
    8. Tsuneya Ikezu
      Pages 343-362
    9. Serge Przedborski
      Pages 363-375
    10. Ericka P. Simpson, Albert A. Yen, Stanley H. Appel
      Pages 377-388
    11. Seymour Gendelman, Howard E. Gendelman, Tsuneya Ikezu
      Pages 389-401
    12. Qingzhong Kong, Richard A. Bessen
      Pages 403-414
    13. Deven Tuli, Carl B. Camras
      Pages 415-428
    14. Alison E. Baird
      Pages 429-443
    15. G. Jean Harry
      Pages 445-462
    16. Michael Slifer, Jeffery M. Vance
      Pages 463-478
    17. L. Charles Murrin, Mark P. Thomas
      Pages 479-494
    18. Frederick Petty, Sriram Ramaswamy, Prasad R. Padala, Jean D. Deupree, David B. Bylund
      Pages 495-510
    19. Norbert Müller, Markus J. Schwarz
      Pages 511-530
    20. Toby K. Eisenstein, David E. Kaminsky, Rahil T. Rahim, Thomas J. Rogers
      Pages 531-543
  4. Therapeutics

    1. Terry D. Hexum, L. Charles Murrin, Eric M. Scholar
      Pages 547-564
    2. Jinsy A. Andrews, Paul H. Gordon
      Pages 565-588
    3. M. Patricia Leuschen, Kathleen M. Healey, Mary L. Filipi
      Pages 589-603
    4. Miguel G. Madariaga, Susan Swindells
      Pages 605-619
    5. Jonathan Kipnis
      Pages 621-630
    6. Dave Morgan, Marcia N. Gordon
      Pages 631-640
    7. R. Lee Mosley, Ashley Reynolds, David K. Stone, Howard E. Gendelman
      Pages 641-659
    8. Jonathan Kipnis, Michal Schwartz
      Pages 661-677
    9. Sam Sanderson
      Pages 679-689
    10. Alexander V. Kabanov, Elena V. Batrakova
      Pages 691-707
    11. William J. Bowers, Michelle C. Janelsins, Howard J. Federoff
      Pages 709-724
    12. Wojciech Rozek, Pawel S. Ciborowski
      Pages 725-741

About this book

Introduction

The chapters contained in this volume show scientific relationships among historically separated fields. This allows a unique opportunity for scientists and students to gain broad knowledge in disparate fields of clinical medicine and biomedical research. Overall, the text integrates cutting-edge neuroscience, immunology, pharmacology, neurogenetics, neurogenesis, gene therapy, adjuvant therapy, proteomics, and magnetic resonance imaging. It is a rich harvest and readers will gain a perspective that has not been readily available. Exposure to such a wealth of ideas is bound to inspire readers to undertake new and productive research initiatives. In summary, this is a volume not to be put on the shelf as a reference, but to be read cover to cover by aspiring neuroscientists.

Dr. Patrick L. McGeer

Professor Emeritus

Kinsmen Laboratory of Neurological Research, University of British Columbia

This exciting new textbook, Neuroimmune Pharmacology, reflects the history and vision of the Society on NeuroImmune Pharmacology and of the Society’s official publication, the Journal of Neuroimmune Pharmacology. All three represent deliberations arising from a relatively young, interdisciplinary, and dynamic field of research, which have major translational implications for neurodegenerative, neuroinflammatory, neuropsychiatric diseases, and infections of the nervous system. They all demonstrate the synergistic value of integrating the parts: Neuroscience, Immunology, and Pharmacology. The extraordinary accomplishment of Neuroimmune Pharmacology is its comprehensive nature. It will be enthusiastically welcomed by members of the Society and will serve as the definitive resource for all students and researchers interested in various topics that are so well covered in the book.

Dr. Phillip K. Peterson

President, Society on NeuroImmune Pharmacology

Professor, Department of Medicine, University of Minnesota

Keywords

AIDS Chemokine Nervous System Neuroscience Parkinson Single Nucleotide Polymorphism Translation autoimmune disease drugs of abuse gene therapy genes infections neuroimaging physiology

Editors and affiliations

  • Howard E. Gendelman
    • 1
  • Tsuneya Ikezu
    • 1
  1. 1.University of Nebraska Medical CenterOmahaUSA

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