4 edition of Neuroendocrine perspectives found in the catalog.
1982 by Elsevier Biomedical Press, Sole distributors for the USA and Canada, Elsevier North-Holland Inc. in Amsterdam, New York, New York .
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Eugenio E. Müller and Robert M. MacLeod|
|Contributions||Müller, E. E, MacLeod, Robert M.|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||0444803653, 0444803645|
|LC Control Number||81017445|
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Breeding, hatchery production and mariculture. The best-characterized peptides are GRP, the mammalian form of bombesin, and CGRP; these substances exert direct mitogenic effects Neuroendocrine perspectives book epithelial cells and exhibit many properties akin to growth factors. The study found that the prairie vole, which pair bonds for life and is monogamous and sociable, had higher levels of oxytocin and more oxytocin receptorswhile the closely related montane vole, which are solitary and not monogamous, had lower levels of oxytocin and fewer oxytocin receptors. Central neuropeptides, and especially oxytocin and vasopressin have been implicated both in social bonding and in the central control of the HPA axis. The following is a selection of research showing promise for NETs.
Additionally, given that it has a positive effect on Neuroendocrine perspectives book of trust and the ability to recognise facial emotions, oxytocin has also been proposed as a potential treatment for paranoid schizophrenia Feifel et al. This area controls most anterior pituitary cells and thereby regulates functions in the entire body, like responses to stresscold, sleepand the reproductive system. Conflict[ edit ] One potentially invaluable application of the knowledge about oxytocin and its effects on emotion is in conflict. Research has found that these individuals often report a greater level of support from their partner and a higher rate of physical intimacy e. Bone metastasis is uncommon.
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Empathy[ edit ] Oxytocin has been shown to increase feelings of empathy towards others. Breeding, hatchery production and mariculture.
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Instead of a surge of adrenaline flooding an individual's body, priming the body either to fight the threat or flee from it, the tend and befriend response produces a significant amount of oxytocin, encouraging the individual to, as the name suggests, tend to and befriend others in order to alleviate the threat.
Pulmonary neuroendocrine cells are also known as Kulchitsky cells or K cells. Researchers and healthcare professionals use what they learn from research studies to develop better practices that will find and treat neuroendocrine tumours NETs.
In a number of the studies already mentioned Windle et al. These cells can be the source of several types of lung cancer- most notably, small cell carcinoma of the lung, and bronchial carcinoid tumor.
Positive social behaviors, including social bonds, may reduce HPA axis activity, while in some cases negative social interactions can have the opposite effect.
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Oxytocin's role in emotion[ edit ] Trust[ edit ] Zak, Kurzband, and Matznere conducted a Neuroendocrine perspectives book into the effects of oxytocin on trust using monetary transfers between two volunteers.
About this book Introduction This issue of Neuroendocrine Perspectives, Volume 9, begins with a fascinating aspect of neurobiology: the steroid control of vertebrate behavior, in this case aggressive behavior.
Neuroendocrine perspectives on social attachment and love. The study found that the prairie vole, which pair bonds for life and is monogamous and sociable, had higher levels of oxytocin and more oxytocin receptorswhile the closely related montane vole, which are solitary and not monogamous, had lower levels Neuroendocrine perspectives book oxytocin and fewer oxytocin receptors.
This type of drug is used to control Neuroendocrine perspectives book of carcinoid syndrome and slow down the growth of metastatic NETs. Harris, the Dr. Central neuropeptides, and especially oxytocin and vasopressin have been implicated both in social bonding and in the central control of the HPA axis.
It stops cancer cells from forming new blood vessels, which they need to grow and develop. Schizophrenia[ edit ] Oxytocin deficiency has also been identified as a possible cause of schizophrenia Meyer-Lindenberg et al.
There was no such decline seen in males administered oxytocin. It is used extensively in European countries, but in Canada it can only be used with special approval from Health Canada. People with schizophrenia, as in autistic individuals, are often unable to discern facial emotions, an ability which is partially controlled by oxytocin.
Additionally, there are important evolutionary advantages to oxytocin as a bonding hormone Cloke, Clinical trials provide information about the safety and effectiveness of new approaches to see if they should become widely available.
Endocrine surgery has been an area of special interest to surgeons for well over a century, while the increasing incidence of neuroendocrine tumors has more recently led to greater attention to these neoplasms.
Several agents have shown activity  and combining several medicines, particularly doxorubicin with streptozocin and fluorouracil 5-FU or f5Uis often more effective.
One of the most recognisable symptoms of autism is the impairment of normal social interaction.Neuroendocrinology is the branch of biology (specifically of physiology) which studies the interaction between the nervous system and the endocrine system, that is how the brain regulates the hormonal activity in the body.
The nervous and endocrine systems often act together in a process called neuroendocrine integration, to regulate the physiological processes of the human body. Neuroendocrine Perspectives: Proceedings of the Third Congress of the European Neuroendocrine Association, September, London, U.K.:.
Nov 10, · November Neuroendocrine perspectives book is World NET Cancer Day, dedicated to raising awareness of neuroendocrine tumor Neuroendocrine perspectives book cancers.
We recently spoke with Ron Hollander, president of the International Neuroendocrine Cancer Alliance (INCA) and executive director of the Neuroendocrine Tumor (NET) Research Foundation, who told us about his work and what sparked his passion for .CancerCare is a national nonprofit organization providing free, professional support services for anyone affected by cancer.The incidence of neuroendocrine tumors (NETs) has increased multiple fold download pdf the last 4 decades, providing more the editors of this book sought to provide a resource to those clinicians interested in this ﬁeld.
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