Intracellular signaling mechanisms and the pathophysiology of disease (Current concepts)

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Howard Schulman, in Fundamental Neuroscience (Fourth Edition), Almost all aspects of neuronal and glial function, from development, growth, and survival to neurotransmission synaptic plasticity, are regulated by external signals via intracellular response to neurotransmitters and growth factors is determined by the cellular complement of expressed.

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Most cell surface receptors stimulate intracellular target enzymes, which may be either directly linked or indirectly coupled to receptors by G proteins. These intracellular enzymes serve as downstream signaling elements that propagate and amplify the signal initiated by ligand binding.

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The aim of this Special Issue is to provide an overview summarizing our current knowledge regarding the underlying molecular mechanisms of organellar Ca 2+ signalling in the context of normal cell physiology as well as disease, with special focus on the endoplasmic reticulum, lysosomes, and mitochondria.

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3 Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism: Regulation and Pathophysiology in Cerebrovascular Disease. 4 Histopathology of Brain Tissue Response to Stroke and Injury.

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5 Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms of Ischemia-Induced Neuronal Death. 6 Intracellular Signaling: Mediators and Protective Responses. 7 The Neurovascular Unit and Responses to Format: Book.

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