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Paraneurons

Symposium on the Paraneurons Morioka, Japan 1977.

Paraneurons

new concepts on neuro-endocrine relatives : proceedings of the Symposium on the Paraneurons, Morioka, Japan, April 1st, 1977

by Symposium on the Paraneurons Morioka, Japan 1977.

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Published by Japan Society of Histological Documentation in Niigata, Japan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Paraneurons -- Congresses.,
  • Neuroendocrinology -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesArchivum histologicum Japonicum.
    Statementeditors, S. Kobayashi, T. Chiba.
    ContributionsKobayashi, Shigeru., Chiba, Tanemichi.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQP356.4 .S96 1977
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 331 p. :
    Number of Pages331
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4476521M
    LC Control Number79304153

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Abstract Paraneurons (a term originated by Fujita in ) are groups of cells which have not been classified as neurons and yet share certain morphological and functional features with neurons. Paraneurons are defined by three criteria: (1) They possess.

About this book The regulation of the organism has traditionally been ascribed to two distinct systems-the nervous and the endocrine. Though coordination between the two systems has been acknowledged, researchers and authors have tended to deal with them as comprising separate categories of cells involved in different activities.

The regulation of the organism has traditionally been ascribed to two distinct systems-the nervous and the endocrine. Though coordination between the two systems has been acknowledged, researchers and authors have tended to deal with them as comprising separate. Book: All Authors / Contributors: 藤田, 恒夫, 菅野, What are Paraneurons?.- Origin of the Concept.- Criteria for Paraneurons.- The Paraneuron Family.- General Structure of Paraneurons.- Spectrum of Neurons and Paraneurons.- Summary.- 3.

Secretions and Secretory Granules.- Secretory Granules.- Formation. In the early s, it was felt by many researchers in different countries that new terms and concepts were necessary for the group of cells having common properties with neurons.

The APUD series of Cited by: 2. This book is divided into three main sections— cell differentiation and interaction, aging and pathology, and methodologies.

The topics discussed include APUD cells and paraneurons: embryonic origin; trophic and specifying factors directed to neuronal cells; and cellular aspects of human brain tumors (gliomas).Book Edition: 1.

A large group of cells previously called endocrine cells and sensory cells are now categorized as “paraneurons” because they share biological features with nerve cells, or neurons [1,2]. Paraneurons are receptosecretory cells possessing a receptive site and a secretory site on their plasma by: 4.

Publisher Summary This chapter describes the pinealocyte as a paraneuron and proves the usefulness of the paraneuron concept for answering questions in pineal by: Chromaffin Cells and Monoamine-Storing Cells of the Sympatho-Adrenal System.

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Book Reviews. Get this from a library. Paraneurons: new concepts on neuro-endocrine relatives: proceedings of the Symposium on the Paraneurons, Morioka, Japan, April 1st.

Get this from a library. Paraneurons: their features and function: proceedings of the International Symposium on Paraneurons, Shikotsuko, Hokkaido, Japan, July[Tomio Kanno;].

Ontogeny and Kinetics of Paraneurons Subsidiary Neuronlike Features of Paraneurons Neoplasms of Paraneurons: Paraneuromas Phylogeny of Paraneurons --II.

Special Part Adrenal Chromaffin Cells Parafollicular Cells Parathyroid Cells Adenohypophyseal Cells Gastroenteropancreatic Endocrine System Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version.

Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by : R. Coupland. APUD cells that have not been considered paraneurons are those located in the amphibian cutaneous glands, the placenta, the thymus, and, obviously, the APUD neurons of the hypothalamus and sympathetic ganglia.

Such cells as the monoamine-storing cells in the avian aortic wall are regarded as paraneurons (Ookawara, ).Cited by: A large group of cells previously called endocrine cells and sensory cells are now categorized as “paraneurons” because they share biological features with nerve cells, or neurons [1,2].

A pharmacological study was made of the effects of various muscarinic and nicotinic agonists and their antagonists on the release of [3 H]noradrenaline ([3 H]NA) from cultures of isolated bovine adrenal medullary cells.A study was also made of the effects of substance P and somatostatin on the release of [3 H]NA evoked by nicotinic 2 days in culture these adrenal ‘paraneurons Cited by: Immunohistochemical tests have demonstrated the presence of leuenkephalin and other bioactive compounds (serotonin and neuron-specific enolase) in the basal cells of lingual taste buds in Ambystoma tigrinum; there was also a weak reaction for r reactions were obtained from particular cells dispersed within the lingual epithelium, which are provisionally identified as Cited by: 4.

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