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Bibliography on muscle receptors

Bibliography on muscle receptors

their morphology, pathology and physiology

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Published by Academic Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Neuromuscular Spindles -- bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement(by) Earl Eldred (et al.).
    SeriesExperimental neurology -- Supplement, 3
    ContributionsEldred, Earl.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination154 p.
    Number of Pages154
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20134643M

    Receptor (separate cell) Afferent neuron fiber Voltage-gated channels Receptor (separate cell) 6 Receptor Physiology • May adapt slowly or rapidly to sustained stimulation • Types of receptors according to their speed of adaptation • Tonic receptors • Do not adapt at all or adapt slowly • Muscle stretch receptors, joint proprioceptors.   A skeletal muscle is a collection of muscle cells, or muscle fibers, just as a nerve is a collection of neurons. Each skeletal muscle fiber is a long, cylindrical cell with up to several hundred nuclei on the surface of the fiber. Skeletal muscle fibers are the largest cels in the body, created by the fusion of many individual embryonic muscle.

      The binding of the antagonist IBE (IBE) to α -adrenergic receptors was characterized on intact DDT smooth muscle cells. IBE binding was rapid, reversible, stable and saturable: Bmax = ± recetors/cell, K = ±13 pM (n = 25). Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.

    Here, we show that postsynaptic pactivated kinase (Pak) signaling diverges into two genetically separable pathways at the Drosophila neuromuscular junction. One pathway controls glutamate receptor abundance. Pak signaling within this pathway is specified by a required interaction with the adaptor protein Dreadlocks (Dock). We demonstrate that Dock is localized to the synapse via an Src. Desensitization of membrane-bound Torpedo acetylcholine receptor by amine noncompetitive antagonists and aliphatic alcohols: studies of [3H]acetylcholine binding and sodium ion fluxes. Biochemistry , 23 (18),


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Bibliography on muscle receptors; Their morphology, pathology and physiology. Author links open overlay panel Earl Eldred a b Herbert Yellin a b 1 Linda Gadbois a b Susan Sweeney a bCited by:   Your Bibliography: KONNO, F.

and TAKAYANAGI, I., Muscarinic acetylcholine receptors in the rabbit ciliary body smooth muscle: Spare receptors and threshold phenomenon. The Japanese Journal of Pharmacology, 38(1), pp The receptor equipment of a cat hindlimb muscle thus receives a very large share (81%) of the total supply of somatic nerve Bibliography on muscle receptors book, while the muscle fibres that execute its contractions and constitute the bulk of the organ receive the small remainder as skeletomotor (α) by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Barker, David.

Muscle receptors. Berlin, New York, Springer-Verlag, (OCoLC) Online version. These receptors differ from muscle-type receptors in subunit composition, pharmacology, and channel properties.

Nicotinic receptors are also found in many invertebrate phyla. These toxins have been indispensable tools in the exploration of the acetylcholine (ACh) binding sites and in the assay of muscle-type and some neuronal-type ACh receptors.

Joint receptors are most active on certain joint angles for phase changes and joint protection. Muscles often are in series with tendons so muscle spindle information alone can not determine joint angles.

We investigated the observability of the musculoskeletal dynamical system (MSDS), and how to estimate joint trajectories from muscle receptors (spindles for muscle lengths and Golgi tendon. Characterization of beta-adrenergic receptors of human skeletal muscle obtained by needle biopsy.

Am J Physiol. Jun; (6 Pt 1):E–E [Google Scholar] Watson-Wright WM, Wilkinson M. The muscle slice--a new preparation for the characterization of beta-adrenergic binding in fast- and slow-twitch skeletal muscle. Muscle Nerve. Throughout the vertebrata, skeletal muscles are found to be Bibliography on muscle receptors book with sensory receptors, as also appears to be the case for the joints upon which they act.

The function of these receptors is to provide the central nervous system with information about the mechanical state of the body and thus to assist in the central control of muscle action. A significant percentage of group III receptors are sensitive to stretch and have been thought to be the receptor source that initiates the clasp-knife reflex.

Other group III receptors respond to chemical change within the muscle and have been implicated in the initiation of cardiovascular reflexes and the changes in muscle blood flow that.

Several putative roles for ryanodine receptors (RyR) were investigated in human and bovine airway smooth muscle. Changes in intracellular Ca2+ concentration ([Ca2+]i) and membrane current were investigated in single cells by confocal fluorimetry and patch-clamp electrophysiology, respectively, whereas mechanical activity was monitored in intact strips with force transducers.

We investigated the cellular mechanisms of the unique disorder of insulin action found in the polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).

Approximately 50% of PCOS women (PCOS-Ser) had a significant increase in insulin-independent beta-subunit [32P]phosphate incorporation (.

Human respiratory system - Human respiratory system - Muscle and lung receptors: Receptors in the respiratory muscles and in the lung can also affect breathing patterns. These receptors are particularly important when lung function is impaired, since they can help maintain tidal volume and ventilation at normal levels.

Changes in the length of a muscle affect the force it can produce when. I The Morphology of Muscle Receptors With 99 Figures.- II The Physiology of Muscle Receptors With 21 Figures.- III Central Actions of Impulses in Muscle Afferent Fibres With 8 Figures.- Author Index.

Series Title: Handbook of sensory physiology, 3,2. Responsibility: by D. Barker, C.C. Hunt, A.K. McIntyre ; ed. by C.C. Hunt. Muscle receptors have long been known to playa crucial role in the reflex regulation of movement.

In recent years it has become apparent that these receptors are also important in sensory phenomena such as the perception of position and movement. Louis, July c.c. HUNT Contents Chapter I The Morphology of Muscle Receptors. Muscarinic acetylcholine M2 and M3 receptor subtypes are coexpressed in many types of smooth muscle including gastrointestinal smooth muscle, urinary bladder and vascular and airway tissue.

Activation of M3 receptors, via the G protein Gq, results in increased polyphosphoinositide hydrolysis, release of Ca2+ ions from the sarcoplasmic reticulum and consequently causes contraction. The receptors in the skin, the so called cutaneous receptors, tell us about temperature (thermoreceptors), pressure and surface texture (mechano receptors), and pain (nociceptors).

The receptors in muscles and joints provide information about muscle length, muscle. "At every level these messengers and receptors underpin the behavior by which we define ourselves.

This holds true for everything from the twitch of an isolated muscle cell to the formulation of a unified field theory in physics.", our author explains on page "The brain's marvelous performance is possible because of its organization."Reviews: 6.

Suggested Citation:"Stephen W. Kuffler." National Academy of Sciences. Electrical recordings were made from a single sensory fiber coming from a muscle spindle receptor in muscle.

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Although this is an oversimplification, it provides a useful starting point. The rest of the direct-acting drugs act on either α or β receptors (Figure 9–1).

Epinephrine has approximately equal effects at α and β receptors. In addition, it has approximately equal effects at β 1 and β 2 receptors. + +.The adrenergic receptors or adrenoceptors are a class of G protein-coupled receptors that are targets of many catecholamines like norepinephrine (noradrenaline) and epinephrine (adrenaline) produced by the body, but also many medications like beta blockers, β 2 agonists and α 2 agonists, which are used to treat high blood pressure and asthma, for example.Purchase Signal Transduction - 3rd Edition.

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