Chemical and Cellular Architecture

  • Abel Lajtha

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xix
  2. László Latzkovits, Csaba Fajszi
    Pages 1-30
  3. H. K. Kimelberg, R. S. Bourke
    Pages 31-67
  4. Arsélio P. Carvalho
    Pages 69-116
  5. A. M. Benjamin
    Pages 117-137
  6. Hanna M. Pappius
    Pages 139-149
  7. Thomas L. Perry
    Pages 151-180
  8. M. J. Brownstein, H. Gainer
    Pages 181-188
  9. Alan A. Boulton, Augusto V. Juorio
    Pages 189-222
  10. N. Seiler
    Pages 223-255
  11. Kenneth A. Bonnet
    Pages 257-280
  12. E. Martin Gál
    Pages 281-298
  13. Bert Csillik
    Pages 299-317
  14. L. Hertz
    Pages 319-355
  15. Leonid Pevzner
    Pages 357-395
  16. Robert M. Gould, Dan Matsumoto, Gary Mattingly
    Pages 397-414
  17. Back Matter
    Pages 489-496

About this book


After the completion of the first edition of this series, this editor thought that a new edition would not be warranted in less than IS, perhaps 20, years, but it seems that we live in a time in which rapid changes are the norm and findings in a field such as neurochemistry develop exponentially. The task of a future editor attempting to get a comprehensive neurochemical handbook for the year 2000 would be even less enviable, but by then information processing may be very different. The approach, the design, and the areas covered by each volume and each chapter are necessarily arbitrary, and it is likely that other editors or authors would have approached the coverage or the organization in a different manner. It is hoped, however, that readers will find the series helpful for beginning or for continuing work. There may be some overlap among the various chapters, but insisting on single coverage of an area would at times have restricted treatment to only one point of view and might have truncated and hurt the logical flow of some of the chapters.


architecture brain information information processing nervous system neurochemistry neurons neuropeptides organization time

Editors and affiliations

  • Abel Lajtha
    • 1
  1. 1.Center for NeurochemistryWard’s IsalndUSA

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