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The Enteric Nervous System II

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Lingua: Inglese


Pubblicazione: 01/2023
Edizione: 1st ed. 2022


This book is based on the proceedings of the Enteric Nervous System conference in Adelaide, Australia, under the auspices of the International Federation for Neurogastroenterology and Motility. The book focuses on methodological strategies and unresolved issues in the field and explores where the future is heading and what technological advances have been made to address current and future questions. The Enteric Nervous System II continues in the tradition of a popular earlier volume which covered the previous meeting. Many of the same authors are contributing to this new volume, presenting state-of-the-art updates on the many developments in the field since the earlier meeting. The coverage include a wide range of topics, from structure and function of the enteric nervous system through gut motility and visceral pain. The author team includes long-established authorities who significantly contributed to the advances in ENS research over the past two decades and the new generation that will continue to contribute to advancing our understanding of the field. 


  1. Luminal Chemoreceptors and Intrinsic Nerves- Key Modulators of Digestive Motor Function
  2. Comparative and evolutionary aspects of the ENS
  3. Exploring synaptic transmission in the ENS: electrophysiology, functional studies and modelling
  4. Mucosal Serotonin
  5. Ca2+ signaling in Interstitial cells of Cajal: The mechanistic basis for many GI motility behaviors
  6. Identifying types of neurons in the enteric nervous system
  7. Clinico-Pathological Features of severe gut dysmotility
  8. Purinergic signaling in the ENS
  9. Myogenic and neural control in concert
  10. colonic response to physiological and chemical stimuli
  11. Molecular targets to alleviate enteric neuropathy and gastrointestinal dysfunction
  12. The emerging role of the gut-brain microbiota axis in neurodevelopmental disorders
  13. A view on how enteric neurons monitor luminal content
  14. Interaction of the microbiota and the developing ENS
  15. Influence of the circadian rhythm on enteric nervous system function
  16. Mechanosensitive Enteric Neurons (MEN) at work
  17. Neurogenetic investigation of the ENS and gut motility
  18. The shaggy dog story of enteric signaling: serotonin, a molecular megillah
  19. Contribution of enteric neuroglial remodelling to inflammatory bowel disease and cancer evolution
  20. Examining cellular metabolism in the enteric nervous system
  21. Embryonic development of motility: a bottom-up approach to the workings of the intestine
  22. Quantitative analysis of intestinal movements with spatiotemporal maps 
  23. The roles of Mas related G-protein coupled receptors in the gut
  24. Refining Enteric Neural Circuitry by Quantitative Morphology, Transcriptomics and Function in Mice”
  25. Extrinsic modulation of enteric circuits that regulate colon function in health and disease
  26. Activating and Modeling ENS Circuits in Mouse Colon
  27. Neurons, macrophages and glia: the role of intercellular communication for gut motility
  28. Modelling development of the ENS:  What's been done and what's next
  29. Epithelial 5-HT4 receptors as a target for treating constipation and colitis
  30. Activity in Enteric Neural circuits underlying propulsion
  31. Contribution of the ENS to autoimmune diseases and irritable bowel syndrome


Dr. Stuart Brierley, PhD, is NHMRC R.D. Wright Biomedical Fellow and Matthew Flinders Professor in Gastrointestinal Neuroscience  at SA Health & Medical Research Institute in Adelaide, South Australia.  

Marcello Costa, PhD is Professor of Neurophysiology and Matthew Flinders  Distinguished Professor in the College of Medicine and Public Health  at Flinders Medical Centre in Adelaide, South Australia. 

Dr. Nicholas Spencer, PhD is Professor of Neurophysiology Flinders Medical Centre in Adelaide, South Australia. 

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Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology
Dimensioni: 254 x 178 mm Ø 860 gr
Formato: Copertina rigida
Illustration Notes:XI, 337 p. 65 illus., 61 illus. in color.
Pagine Arabe: 337
Pagine Romane: xi

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