Neural Lipid Signalling. Perspectives in Translational Cell Biology

  • ID: 3612350
  • Book
  • 304 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Neural Lipid Signalling offers new insights into the role of lipid intermediates in cell signaling. Due to advances in cell biology, synaptic physiology and receptor pharmacology that demonstrate that lipids play broad informational roles in the central nervous system, this publication provides researchers with the tools and concepts needed to navigate the increasingly important world of lipid signaling.

  • Provides basic concepts about the signaling roles of lipid-derived messengers
  • Orients the reader in the complex world of lipid identification and quantification
  • Offers a series of authoritative chapters by recognized leaders in the field of lipid signaling
  • Includes a lipid glossary (in the Appendix)
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Chapter 1 Lipids as signalling molecules (Daniele Piomelli PhD)
Chapter 2 Chromatography and mass spectrometry of lipids (Faizy Ahmed PhD, Giuseppe Astarita PhD)
Chapter 3 Lipid analysis in complex tissues (Andrea Armirotti PhD)
Chapter 4 Imaging lipids in intact tissues (Robert Murphy PhD)
Chapter 5 Functional lipidomics: lessons from the Lipid Maps project (Edward Dennis PhD)
Chapter 6 Prostanoids (Shu Narumiya MD)
Chapter 7 Lipoxins and neuroprotectins (Nicolas Bazan MD PhD)
Chapter 8 Endocannabinoids (Daniele Piomelli?)
Chapter 9 Endovanilloids (Vincenzo Di Marzo, PhD)
Chapter 10 Lysophosphatidic acids (Jerold Chun MD PhD)
Chapter 11 Lipid agonists of PPAR-alpha (Marco Pistis, Miriam Melis)
Chapter 12 Sphingolipid-derived messengers (TBA)
Chapter 13 Fatty acid signalling in the brain (Robert Eckel MD)
Chapter 14 Perspective and Future Studies
Appendix A lipid glossary
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Piomelli, Daniele
. Professor of Anatomy and Neurobiology, Pharmacology and Biological Chemistry, University of California, Irvine

. Research interests: cellular pharmacology, neuropharmacology

. Member of: AAAS, ASBMB, APS, ASPET, SFN

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