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Advances in Pharmacology & Therapeutics II, Volume 4: Biochemical Immunological Pharmacology covers papers on the developments in pharmacology and therapeutics. The book contains invited lectures on the effect of drugs on immunological control mechanisms; the pharmacology of specific, pure and potent serotonin 5-HT2 or S2-antagonists; and the pharmacology of phospholipases A2 isolated from snake venoms. The text also contains papers on leukotrienes; the guanine nucleotide-binding regulatory component of adenylate cyclase; and the pharmacological and toxicological implications of multiple cytochromes P-450. The impact of the emerging biotechnologies on pharmacology; the action of antipsychotics on LSD-induced neurochemical and behavioral effects in rats; and the effect of histamine and related compounds on the immune response are also considered. The book also presents papers on inflammation; prostacyclin; prostaglandins; and chemical hazards to humans.
The Effect of Drugs on Immunological Control Mechanisms
The Pharmacology of Specific, Pure and Potent Serotonin 5-HT2 or S2-Antagonists
The Pharmacology of Phospholipases A2 Isolated from Snake Venoms
Leukotrienes: A New Group of Biologically Active Compounds
The Guanine Nucleotide-Binding Regulatory Component of Adenylate Cyclase
Pharmacological and Toxicological Implications of Multiple Cytochromes P-450
The Impact of the Emerging Biotechnologies on Pharmacology
Neurochemical and Molecular Basis of Antipsychotic Effects of Drugs
Action of Antipsychotics on LSD-Induced Neurochemical and Behavioural Effects in Rats
Calmodulin and Dopamine Receptor Regulation
Possible Mechanisms of Action of Anti-Inflammatory Agents
Effect of Histamine and Related Compounds on the Immune Response
Inflammatory Mediators Derived from the Complement System
Studies on the Mechanism of Action of D-Penicillamine in Rheumatoid Arthritis
Pain and Inflammation: A New Concept
Glucocorticoids as Anti-Inflammatory Agents
Inhibition of Inflammatory Action of Leukotriene C and D and PGE by Glucocorticoids
The Pharmacology of Prostacyclins and Thromboxanes
Prostacyclin and its Therapeutic Potential
Regulation of Prostacyclin (PGI2) Release into Circulation
Antithrombotic Action of Prostaglandins: Different Roles of Prostacyclin and PGD2
Chemical Hazards to Man: General Considerations
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- © Pergamon 1982
- 1st January 1982
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Osaka International University for Women, Osaka, Japan
National Institute for Physiological Sciences, Myodaiji, Okazaki, Japan
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