54. Neurobiology Of Essential Fatty Acids

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54. Neurobiology Of Essential Fatty Acids

 

 

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PHOSPHOLIPASES A2: PROPERTIES AND MODUlATION
THE INDUCfION OF CELLULAR GROUP II PHOSPHOLIPASE A2
BY CYTOKINES AND ITS PREVENTION
BY DEXAMETHASONE …………. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 1
H. van den Bosch, C. Schalkwijk, J. Pfeilschifter, and F. Marki
BRAIN PHOSPHOLIP ASES AND THEIR ROLE
IN SIGNAL TRANSDUCfION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 11
Akhlaq A. Farooqui, Yutaka Hirashima, and Lloyd A. Horrocks
CHARACTERISTICS AND POSSIBLE FUNCfIONS
OF MAST CELL PHOSPHOLIP ASES A2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 27
Makoto Murakami, Ichiro Kudo, and Keizo Inoue
EXTRACELLULAR PHOSPHOLIPASE A2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 35
Edward A. Dennis, Raymond A. Deems, and Lin Yu
ISCHEMIC BRAIN DAMAGE:
FOCUS ON LIPIDS AND LIPID MEDIATORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 41
Bo K. Siesjo and Kenichiro Katsura
CELL SIGNALING AND ESSENTIAL FATlY ACIDS:
CROSS-TALK BE1WEEN RECEPTORS AND MESSENGERS
RECIPROCAL REGULATION OF FArry ACID RELEASE
IN THE BRAIN BY GABA AND GLUTAMATE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 57
Dale L. Birkle
NMDA RECEPTOR-MEDIATED ARACHIDONIC ACID RELEASE
IN NEURONS: ROLE IN SIGNAL TRANSDUCfION
AND PATHOLOGICAL ASPECfS ……………………… 73
Jerzy W. Lazarewicz, E. Salinska, and J.T. Wroblewski
NON-EICOSANOID FUNCfIONS OF ESSENTIAL FArry ACIDS:
REGULATION OF ADENOSINE-RELATED FUNCfIONS
IN CULTURED NEUROBLASTOMA CELLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 91
Mary G. Murphy and Zenobia Byczko

CONTRIBUTIONS TO ARACHIDONIC ACID RELEASE IN MOUSE

CEREBRUM BY THE PHOSPHOINOSITIDE-
PHOSPHOLIPASE C AND PHOSPHOLIPASE A2 PATHWAyS ….. 103

Grace Y. Sun
MODULATION OF ARACHIDONIC ACID METABOLISM
IN CULTURED RAT ASTROGLIAL CELLS
BY LONG-CHAIN N-3 FATTY ACIDS …………………… 115
C. Galli, F. Marangoni, and A Petroni
MODULATION OF GLUTAMATE RELEASE
FROM HIPPOCAMPAL MOSSY FIBER NERVE ENDINGS
BY ARACHIDONIC ACID AND EICOSANOIDS ……………. 121
RV. Dorman, T.F.R Hamm, D.S. Damron, and E.J. Freeman
METABOTROPIC GLUTAMATE RECEPTORS
AND NEURONAL TOXICITY …………………………. 137
G. Aleppo, A Pisani, A Copani, V. Bruno, E. Aronica,
V. D’Agata, P.L. Canonico, and F. Nicoletti
METABOLITES OF ESSENTIAL FATTY ACIDS AND OTHER
MEMBRANE-DERIVED SECOND MESSENGERS IN CELL SIGNALING
A ROLE FOR THE ARACHIDONIC ACID CASCADE IN FAST
SYNAPTIC MODULATION: ION CHANNELS AND
TRANSMITTER UPTAKE SYSTEMS AS TARGET PROTEINS ….. 147
A Volterra, D. Trotti, P. Cassutti, C. Tromba, R Galimberti,
P. Lecchi, and G. Racagni
APLYSIA CALIFORNlCA CONTAINS A NOVEL 12-LIPOXYGENASE
WHICH GENERATES BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE PRODUCTS
FROM ARACHIDONIC ACID …………………………. 159
Steven J. Feinmark, Douglas J. Steel, Anoopkumar Thekkuveettil,
Mayumi Abe, Xiang-Duan Li, and James H. Schwartz
ESSENTIAL FATTY ACID DEFICIENCY IN CULTURED SK-N-SH
HUMAN NEUROBLASTOMA CELLS …………………… 171
E.B. Stubbs, Jr., RO. Carlson, C. Lee, S.K. Fisher, AK. Hajra,
and B.W. Agranoff
PHOSPHOLIPID METABOLISM AND SECOND MESSENGER
SYSTEM AFTER BRAIN ISCHEMIA ……………………. 183
Koji Abe, Tsutomu Araki, Jun-ichi Kawagoe, Masashi Aoki,
and Kyuya Kogure
DIETARY SUPPLY OF ESSENTIAL FATTY ACIDS,

SYNAPTOGENESIS, AND PHOTORECEPTOR MEMBRANE BIOGENESIS
IMPACT OF DIETARY FATTY ACID BALANCE ON MEMBRANE
STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF NEURAL TISSUES ………. 197
M.T. Clandinin, M. Suh, and K. Hargreaves

STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL IMPORTANCE OF DIETARY
POLYUNSATURATED FATTY ACIDS
IN THE NERVOUS SYSTEM …………………………. 211
Jean-Marie Bourre, Michelle Bonneil, Jean Chaudiere, Michel Clement,
Odile Dumont, Georges Durand, Huguette Lafont, Gilles Nalbone,
Gerard Pascal, and Michele Piciotti
LONG AND VERY LONG POLYUNSATURATED FATTY ACIDS
OF RETINA AND SPERMATOZOA: THE WHOLE
COMPLEMENT OF POLYENOIC FATTY ACID SERIES ……… 231
Marta 1. Aveldafto
PHOSPHOLIPID METABOLISM IN RAT INTESTINAL MUCOSA
AFTER ORAL ADMINISTRATION
OF L YSOPHOSPHOLIPIDS …………………………… 243
Alessandro Bruni, Paolo Orlando, Lucia Mietto, and Giampietro Viola
CARBACHOL-STIMULATED RELEASE OF ARACHIDONIC ACID
AND EICOSANOIDS FROM BRAIN CORTEX
SYNAPTONEUROSOME LIPIDS OF ADULT
AND AGED RATS …………………………………. 251
Joanna Strosznajder and Marek Samochocki
CARBACHOL-INDUCED STIMULATION OF
INOSITOL PHOSPHATES, ARACHIDONIC ACID AND
PROSTAGLANDIN F2a IN RABBIT RETINA ………………. 259
Neville N. Osborne
INDUCED AND SPONTANEOUS SEIZURES IN MAN
PRODUCE INCREASES IN REGIONAL BRAIN LIPID
DETECTED BY IN VIVO PROTON MAGNETIC
RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY ……………………….. 267
Bryan T. Woods and Tak-Ming Chiu
NETWORK OF SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION PATHWAYS
INVOLVING LIPIDS: PROTEIN KINASE C-DEPENDENT
AND -INDEPENDENT PATHWAyS …………………….. 275
R Bell, D. Burns, T. Okazaki, and Y. Hannun
ESSENTIAL FATlY ACIDS, EXCITABLE MEMBRANE
PHOSPHOLIPIDS, AND PATHOPHYSIOLOGY

CONSERVATION OF DOCOSAHEXAENOIC ACID IN THE RETINA …. 285
RE. Anderson, P.J. O’Brien, RD. Wiegand, c.A. Kautz,
and A.M. Stinson
DOCOSAHEXAENOIC ACID UPTAKE AND METABOLISM IN
PHOTORECEPTORS: RETINAL CONSERVATION BY AN
EFFICIENT RETINAL PIGMENT EPITHELIAL
CELL-MEDIATED RECYCLING PROCESS ……………….. 295
Nicolas G. Bazan, William C. Gordon, and Elena B. Rodriguez de Turco
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ESSENTIAL FArrY ACIDS
AND NEURODEVELOPMENTAL DISORDER …………….. 307
Michael A. Crawford
REGULATION OF ARACHIDONIC ACID METABOLISM
IN THE PERINATAL BRAIN DURING DEVELOPMENT
AND UNDER ISCHEMIC STRESS ……………………… 315
Ephraim Yavin, Baruch Kunievsky, Nicolas G. Bazan,
and Shaul Harel
INTERACTIONS OF PHOSPHOLIPIDS AND FREE FArrY ACIDS
WITH ANTIDEPRESSANT RECOGNITION BINDING SITES
IN RAT BRAIN …………………………………… 325
Marta Stockert, Luis M. Zieher, and Jorge H. Medina
VERY LONG-CHAIN FArrY ACIDS IN PEROXISOMAL DISEASE …… 331
A. Poulos, K. Beckman, D.W. Johnson, B.C. Paton,
B.S. Robinson, P. Sharp, S. Usher, and H. Singh
LONG CHAIN OMEGA 3 POL YUNSATURATES
IN FORMULA-FED TERM INFANTS ……………………. 341
R.A. Gibson, M. Makrides, K.J. Clark, M.A. Neumann,
and D.R. Lines
SEVERE CHANGES IN POLYUNSATURATED FATTY ACIDS
IN THE BRAIN, LIVER, KIDNEY, AND RETINA
IN PATIENTS WITH PEROXISOMAL DISORDERS …………. 347
Manuela Martinez
DEGRADATION OF PHOSPHOLIPIDS AND PROTEIN KINASE C
ACTN ATION FOR THE CONTROL
OF NEURONAL FUNCTIONS ………………………… 361
Tetsutaro Shinomura, Hiroyuki Mishima, Shinji Matsushima,
Yoshinori Asaoka, Kimihisa Yoshida, Masahiro Oka,
and Yasutomi Nishizuka

ESSENTIAL FATlY ACIDS

AND EXCITABLE MEMBRANE PHOSPHOLIPIDS

DISPOSITION KINETICS OF PHOSPHOLIPID LIPOSOMES ………… 375
Pietro Palatini
BEHAVIORAL AND MORPHO-FUNCTIONAL CORRELATES
OF BRAIN AGING: A PRECLINICAL STUDY WITH
PHOSPHATIDYLSERINE ……………………………. 393
Maria Grazia Nunzi, Diego Guidolin, Lucia Petrelli,
Patrizia Polato, and Adriano Zanotti
RECEPTOR COUPLING TO PHOSPHOINOSITIDE SIGNALS ………. 399
P. Kurian, L.J. Chandler, R. Patel, and F.T. Crews

DIACYLGLYCEROL COMPOSITION AND METABOLISM
IN PERIPHERAL NERVE ……………………………. 413
J. Eichberg and X. Zhu
CONTRIBUTORS ………………………………………. 427
SUBJECT INDEX ………………………………………. 437

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