Serotonin, CNS Receptors and Brain Function: Proceedings of the Serotonin '91 Conference held in Birmingham, United Kingdom, on 14-17 July 1991

By: Bradley, P. B.; S. L. Handley; S. J. Cooper; B. J. Key; N. M. Barnes; J. H. Coote (eds.)

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ix, [1], 423 pages. Red papered boards. Page dimensions: 229 x 146mm. "This volume in the series 'Advances in the Biosciences' consists of 25 chapters by many of the world's leading researchers in the fast-growing field of central serotonin mechanisms and functions. It provides an indispensable, authoritative and up-to-date guide to major new scientific and clinical developments. Molecular biology and serotonin receptor subtypes are covered in depth. A great deal of the new pharmacology of these subtypes is reviewed and assessed by the innovating investigators. Considerable coverage is given to the structure and functions of central serotonergic pathways, and behavioural issues are strongly featured. Clinicians will be particularly interested in the chapters devoted to anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, panic disorder and Tourette's syndrome. The volume closes with an important section devoted to pain and cardiovascular function."; Advances in the Biosciences. Volume 85.

Title: Serotonin, CNS Receptors and Brain Function: Proceedings of the Serotonin '91 Conference held in Birmingham, United Kingdom, on 14-17 July 1991

Author Name: Bradley, P. B.; S. L. Handley; S. J. Cooper; B. J. Key; N. M. Barnes; J. H. Coote (eds.)

Categories: New Zealand History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Oxford, Pergamon Press: (1992)

ISBN Number: 0080420516

ISBN Number 13: 9780080420516

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Near Fine with No dust jacket as issued

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