2 edition of Neuropharmacology of Insects. Ciba Foundation Symposium No.88 found in the catalog.
Neuropharmacology of Insects. Ciba Foundation Symposium No.88
CIBA Foundation symposium
March 12, 1982
by John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||340|
Berridge MJ, Heslop JP () Receptor mechanisms mediating the action of 5-hydroxy- tryptamine. In: Neuropharmacology of insects. Ciba Foundation Symposium . Man and Africa; a Ciba Foundation symposium jointly with the Haile Selassie I Prize Trust under the patronage of His Imperial Majesty Haile Selassie I, Emperor of Ethiopia by Ciba Foundation (Book) 25 editions published between and in English and held by .
He has published more than 80 scientific publications, co-edited two books and is currently editorial board member of “Current Neuropharmacology”, review editor of “Frontiers in Neurodegeneration”, associate editor of “Biological Chemistry”, and honorary editorial board member of . Abstract. The primary target of pyrethroids is the sodium channel in neuronal membranes. We have used mutations in Drosophila melanogaster to define two different types of target site alterations which affect pyrethroid sensitivity. The first alteration is illustrated by the para ts locus on the X chromosome. Gene cloning experiments by the laboratory of B. Ganetzky suggest that this locus is.
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Proceedings of the Symposium on Neuropharmacology of Insects, held at the Ciba Foundation, London, 30 June-2 July Editors: David Evered, Maeve O'Connor, and Julie Whelan.
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In Neuropharmacology of Insects (Ciba Foundation Symposium 88) (eds. D Evered, M O’Connor and J Whelan) pp. 12–31, Pitman: London Google Scholar Lane NJ, Swales LS, David JA and Sattelle DB () Differential accessibility to two insect neurones does not account for differences in sensitivity to α-bungarotoxin.
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