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About this product
- PublisherSpringer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Date of Publication17/09/2011
- GenreLife Sciences: General
- Place of PublicationNew York
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintSpringer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Content Notebiography
- Weight481 g
- Width170 mm
- Height244 mm
- Spine15 mm
- Edited byWinifred L. Neuhuber,Wolfgang Zenker
- Edition StatementSoftcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1990
- Table Of ContentsI Sensory Fibers and Related Receptory Structures in the Periphery.- 1 Comparative and functional aspects of the histological organization of cutaneous receptors in vertebrates.- 2 Sensory innervation of the hairless and hairy skin in mammals including humans.- 3 Topography and ultrastructure of group III and IV nerve terminals of the cat's gastrocnemius-soleus muscle.- 4 Neck muscle afferents: the sensory innervation of the sternomastoid muscle of the rat.- 5 The ultrastructure of mechanoreceptors in the musculoskeletal system of mammals.- 6 Sensory innervation patterns of the origins of the supinator muscles in the rat and the gray short-tailed opossum in relation to function.- 7 The sensory terminal tree of free nerve endings in the articular capsule of the knee.- 8 Carbonic anhydrase activity of primary afferent neurons in rat: attempt at marking functionally related subpopulations.- 9 Afferent innervation of the esophagus in cat and rat.- II Spinal Ganglion Cells: Development, Interactions with Targets, Neuropeptides.- 10 The development of primary sensory neurons.- 11 Remodeling of neuronal subpopulations in dorsal root ganglion: role of chemical factors and intercellular contacts.- 12 Neuropeptides in primary afferent neurons.- III Central Terminals of Primary Afferents: Distribution, Ultrastructure, Morpho-Functional Correlation, Plasticity.- 13 On the organization of cutaneous and muscle nerve projections in the rat lumbar dorsal horn.- 14 Central projections of cervical primary afferents in the rat: some general anatomical principles and their functional significance.- 15 Visceral afferent projections to the thoracolumbar spinal cord in normal and capsaicin-treated rats.- 16 Relationship between functional and morphological properties in single primary afferent neurons.- 17 Ultrastructure of primary afferent terminals in the spinal cord.- 18 Structural, functional and cytochemical plasticity of primary afferent terminals in the upper dorsal horn.- Contributors.
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