The Biochemical Basis of Neuropharmacology

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Oxford University Press, 1986 - Autonomic drugs - 400 pages
Over the past 15 years, this volume has become widely recognized as the best on its subject, providing the liveliest and most lucid available account of neurotransmitters and their relation to drug action. The fifth edition features two new chapters on topics of current interest: molecular neurobiology and neuromodulation. In addition, all other chapters have been updated. It is a useful book for a wide variety of students and professionals, including neuroscientists, clinical neurologists, psychiatrists, psychologists, biochemists and pharmacologists.

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Contents

Introduction
3
Molecular Foundations of Neuropharmacology
48
Metabolism in the Central Nervous System
72
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