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Cellular receptors for hormones and neurotransmitters

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Published by J. Wiley in Chichester, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hormone receptors.,
  • Neurotransmitter receptors.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Dennis Schulster and Alexander Levitzki.
    ContributionsSchulster, Dennis., Levitzki, Alexander, 1940-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQP188.5.H67 C44
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxx, 412 p. :
    Number of Pages412
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4425554M
    ISBN 100471276820
    LC Control Number79041216

      The pre-synaptic cell has vesicles which store neurotransmitters, and the post-synaptic cell has receptors which grab onto free floating neurotransmitters upon their release from the . Neurotransmitters are chemical messengers in the nervous system. They influence mood, muscle movement, heart rate, and many other functions. Learn more here.

    Cellular and Molecular Biology of Hormone- And Neurotransmitter-Containing Secretory Vesicles (Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences): Medicine & Health Science Books Format: Hardcover.   Thyroid and steroid hormones bind to receptor proteins that in turn bind to DNA and regulate the action of genes. This can result in long-lasting changes in cellular structure and function. The brain has receptors for many hormones; for example, the metabolic hormones insulin, insulin-like growth factor, ghrelin, and leptin.

    The mechanisms of the action of sex steroid hormones on the nervous system are related to both classical, intracellularly mediated effects and non-classical membrane effects due to binding to membrane receptors. Some steroids are capable of inducing rapid neurotransmitter-like effects, similar to those of dopamine or glutamate that alter the activity of neuronal systems via different types of Cited by: 1. This chapter focuses on the receptors expressed by different types of glial cells for neurotransmitters and hormones. Topics discussed include astrocytes (e.g., ionotropic glutamate receptors, metabotropic glutamate receptors, gamma-aminobutyric acidA receptors), oligodendrodcytes (e.g., glutamate receptors, ionotropic gamma-aminobutyric acid receptors, purinergic receptors), and Schwann : Helmut Kettenmann.


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Cellular receptors for hormones and neurotransmitters Download PDF EPUB FB2

The central theme of this book is that systems of cell-cell signalling via nerves, hormones, local mediators and growth factors are not distinct phenomena, but branches of one general mechanism. These topics therefore can and should be discussed in an integrated manner, and the division of cellBrand: Springer Netherlands.

Membrane Structure and Receptor Organization. Modes of Membrane Receptor-Signal Coupling. Determination of Cyclic AMP and the Assay of Adenylate Cyclase. Section II: Intracellular Hormone Receptors. Section III: Cell Membrane-Surface Receptors For Hormones.

Section IV: Cell Membrane-Surface Receptors For : Dennis Schulster. GPCR mediates the action of a vast array of cellular activators, ranging from the senses of light, taste, and smell, to the circulating hormones and cytokines, and to the complexity of neurotransmitters within the synapse. The uncoupling of the receptor from its G protein has been explained in detail.

The ovarian granulosa and luteal cell differentiation emerges to be associated with the hormone-specific regulation of hormone receptors.

However, the hormone regulation of the receptor content emerges as an essential characteristic of hormone stimulation of follicular and luteal cell development. As discussed in Chap some neurotransmitter receptors are ligand-gated ion channels that directly control ion flux across the plasma membrane.

Other cell surface receptors, including the receptors for peptide hormones and growth factors, act instead by regulating the activity of intracellular : Geoffrey M Cooper. Hormones act either via cell-surface or intracellular receptors. Peptide hormones and amino acid derivatives, such as epinephrine, act on cell-surface receptors that do such things as open ion channels, cause rapid electrical responses and facilitate exocytosis of hormones or : Bruce S McEwen.

The neurotransmitters then diffuse across the synaptic cleft and bind to receptors on the target cell surface. Note that some neurotransmitters can also act as hormones.

For example, epinephrine functions both as a neurotransmitter and as a hormone produced by the adrenal gland to signal glycogen breakdown in muscle by: 2.

Membrane receptors for hormones and neurotransmitters. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Abstract. Receptors for peptide hormones and neurotransmitters are integral components of the plasma membrane of cells which serve to couple the external milieu to the intracellular regulators of metabolism.

paths. Therefore, the amount, specificity and activity of receptors at a target cell are major determinants of the final biochemical reaction in the target cell.

We know of several regulatory mechanisms that allow regulation of receptor activity. The receptor may be downregulated in response to the amount of circulating hormone or intracellular. With regard to the action of hormones and neurotransmitters on cellular receptors, which of these describes "amplification?" A.

When the extracellular concentration of a chemical messenger reaches a very high level, it overwhelms transporter molecules and the chemical floods into the cell. A reference on cellular signaling processes, the third edition of Signal Transduction continues in the tradition of previous editions, in providing a historical overview of how the concept of stimulus-response coupling arose in the early twentieth century and shaped our current understanding of the action of hormones, cytokines, neurotransmitters, growth factors and adhesion molecules.

Hormones and neurotransmitters that initiate their action at the target cell surface provoke a rapid rise in the cytosolic concentrations of calcium or cyclic adenosine 3',5'-monophosphate (cAMP), or both. and regulation of somatomedin receptors. The book also examines the internalization and intracellular processing of insulin receptors.

The hormones secreted by the adrenal medulla are amines. The nervous system releases hormones at synapses and the endocrine system releases neurotransmitters into the bloodstream.

Norepinephrine and epinephrine are amines. Paracrine substances called ______ have powerful. The versatile trimeric G proteins enable different receptor-hormone complexes to modulate the activity of the same effector protein.

In many types of cells, for example, binding of different hormones to their respective receptors induces activation of adenylyl by: 2. Receptors for peptide hormones and neurotransmitters are integral components of the plasma membrane of cells which serve to couple the external milieu to the intracellular regulators of metabolism.

These macromolecules are usually high molecular weight glycoproteins, and in many cases appear to have more than one subunit capable of binding the Cited by: Cell-Surface Receptors. Cell-surface receptors, also known as transmembrane receptors, are cell surface, membrane-anchored (integral) proteins that bind to external ligand type of receptor spans the plasma membrane and performs signal transduction, through which an extracellular signal is converted into an intracellular signal.

The release of a neurotransmitter is triggered by the arrival of a nerve impulse (or action potential) and occurs through an unusually rapid process of cellular secretion, also known as exocytosis. Within the presynaptic nerve terminal, vesicles containing neurotransmitter sit "docked" and ready at the synaptic membrane.

Neurotransmitters. A target cell responds to a hormone because it bears receptors for the hormone. In other words, a particular cell is a target cell for a hormone if it contains functional receptors for that hormone, and cells which do not have such a receptor cannot be influenced directly by that hormone.

Reception of a radio broadcast provides a good analogy. Cellular receptors for hormones and neurotransmitters. Chichester ; New York: J. Wiley, © (OCoLC) Online version: Cellular receptors for hormones and neurotransmitters.

Chichester ; New York: J. Wiley, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Dennis Schulster; Alexander Levitzki. The most relevant and recent stress-related discoveries are presented in this volume, including functional anatomy, molecular genetics, developmental aspects, neural-endocrine-immune interactions, molecular imaging, and clinical aspects of stress-related rs by distinguished international basic and clinical scientists in the field of stress and neurotransmitters offer new.

Multiple receptors for serotonin in the rat brain / M. Hamon, D.L. Nelson, A. Herbet, and J. Glowinski -- Central nervous system dopamine receptors / Ian Creese -- Detection of multiple receptors for dopamine / P.F.

Spano, M. Memo, E. Stefanini, P. Fresia, and M. Trabucchi -- Drug-induced alterations in neurotransmitter receptor binding and Pages:   Cell Communication: Hormones and Neurotransmitters We already learned a little bit about receptors and the signaling pathways that they initiate, but what are the molecules the travel.Neurotransmitters: close to site of release (synapse), binds to post-synaptic receptors.

Hormones: can be far from site of release. Binds to target cell receptors. Name the types of target cells for both Neurotransmitters and Hormones. Neurotransmitters: Muscle, glands and other neurons.