Comparative Neurochemistry. Proceedings of the Fifth by Derek Richter

By Derek Richter

Comparative Neurochemistry, a set of papers awarded on the 5th overseas Symposium of Comparative Neurochemistry, held at St. Wolfgang, Austria in 1962, bargains with adaptations in neurochemical mechanisms in numerous animal species.
The booklet integrates the information derived from comparative experiences in several disciplines and assesses their importance relating to the knowledge of fearful mechanisms in animals, together with human. The papers are grouped into sections, which hide common themes on practical association in numerous species; lipids, proteins, and ribonucleic acid; amino acids in numerous species; strength metabolism and serve as; neurosecretory mechanisms; and comparative neuropharmacology.
The textual content might be of curiosity to biologists, zoologists, pharmacologists, chemists, neurologists, and researchers within the pharmaceutical and chemical industries.

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MURRAY filaments seen with the light microscope in living, developing chick sensory, ganglion cells, and originally described by WEISS and WANG (1936) and LEVI and MEYER (1937). Whatever their origin and nature, these certainly exist, and in our hands they carry over an essentially similar pattern from the living cell to that same cell fixed and stained by Bodian's protargol method, which demonstrates neurofibrils. We have not seen these filaments in living sensory cells of the small rodents, though they are conspicuous in chick ganglion cells, whence they may disappear and reappear with changing conditions over periods of months.

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