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Sensory Transduction

by Antonio Borsellino

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Published by Springer US in Boston, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biochemistry,
  • Life sciences,
  • Physiology

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesProceedings of a NATO ASI/18th Course of the International School of Biophysics held in Erice, Italy, June 9-19, 1988
    Statementedited by Antonio Borsellino, Luigi Cervetto, Vincent Torre
    SeriesNATO ASI Series, Series A: Life Sciences -- 194, NATO ASI series -- 194.
    ContributionsCervetto, Luigi, Torre, Vincent
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH345
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] /
    Pagination1 online resource (290 pages).
    Number of Pages290
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27087194M
    ISBN 101468458418
    ISBN 109781468458411
    OCLC/WorldCa840289239

      Purchase Signal Transduction - 3rd Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN ,   There are two broad types of cellular systems that perform sensory transduction. In one, a neuron works with a sensory receptor, a cell, or cell process that is specialized to engage with and detect a specific stimulus. Stimulation of the sensory receptor activates the associated afferent neuron.

    Sensory transduction is the process of converting that sensory signal to an electrical signal in the sensory neuron. The process of reception is dependent on the stimuli itself, the type of receptor, receptor specificity, and the receptive field, which can vary depending on the receptor type. The proposed book will be a comprehensive, detailed overview of the ways in which TRP channels are involved in a wide variety of sensory modalities. Authors will explore the involvement of TRP channels in photo transduction (sight), chemotransduction (taste and odor), mechanotransduction (touch and hearing), thermo transduction (the sensation.

    Sensory transduction occurs when physical energy is converted into a neural code, making it possible or the brain to use the energy. Absolute threshold is the smallest necessary amount of energy needed for sensation to take place, or the minimum stimuli intensity that an organism can detect 50% of the time. Abstract. Sensory transduction means the conversion of a physical or chemical stimulus into the excitation of a sensory (or receptor) cell. This process involves a number of steps which can be fully understood only by a combined effort of biophysicists, biochemists, morphologists and by:


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Sensory Transduction 2nd Edition by Gordon L. Fain (Author) ISBN Format: Paperback. Sensory Transduction 2nd Edition by Gordon L. Fain (Author) ISBN Author: Gordon L. Fain. "Sensory Transduction concentrates firmly on how sensory receptor cells work.

Gordon Fain, one of the central players in the unraveling of phototransduction, takes the position that we have now, thanks to some genetics, molecular biology and cell physiology, 'cracked the problem.'Price: $ Sensory Transduction.

Second Edition. Gordon L. Fain. Provides an up-to-date review of transduction in various sensory modalities; Presents the mechanisms of sensation within a common framework to facilitate a comparative approach across taxa, both invertebrate and vertebrate.

This book contains transcripts of the lectures given at the 45th annual symposium on sensory transduction, which was held in September,at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, Massachusetts, under the auspices of the Society of General Physiologists.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Sensory Transduction by Antonio Borsellino,Springer edition, paperback Sensory Transduction ( edition) | Open Library.

Sensory Transduction - Sensory Transduction book Cell Biology - NCBI Bookshelf The nervous system receives input from a large number of sensory receptors (see Figure ).

Photoreceptors in the eye, taste receptors on the tongue, odorant receptors in the nose, and touch receptors on the skin monitor various aspects of the outside environment. ISBN$ Scope: This is a single-authored book that reviews the basic anatomy, physiology, and molecular biology of the sensory systems and cellular signal transduction in primates and humans.

The book is divided to ten chapters. Written by leaders in the field of chemosensation, Chemosensory Transduction provides a comprehensive resource for understanding the molecular mechanisms that allow animals to. Sensory Transduction. The conversion of specific type of energy (stimulus) into an electrical signal (receptor potentials and nerve impulses) Specificity.

each receptor is defined by a narrow range of stmuli. Adequate stimulus. the appropriate stimulus that activates a specific type of. The editors have assembled expert authors from all fields of sensory physiology for an authoritative overview of the mechanisms of sensory signal transduction in both animals and plants.

They systematically cover phototransduction, chemosensory transduction, mechanotransduction, temperature and pain perception, as well as specialized receptors. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Proceedings of a NATO Advanced Study Institute/18th Course of the International School of Biophysics on sensory transduction, held June, in Erice, Italy"--Title page verso.

The 20 papers that form the present volume cover various topics in the field of sensory transduction. They originate from the lectures, seminars and discussions which made up the XVIII Course of the International School of Biophysics held in Erice, 9th - 19th June Sensory Transduction.

Sensory transduction is being unraveled down to molecular mechanisms, in particular for mechanotransduction and for odorant detection, which are the two most thoroughly studied sensory modalities. From: Encyclopedia of Genetics, Related terms: Ion Channel; Cochlea; Transient Receptor Potential Channel; Protein; Mutation.

In a new chapter, an introduction to signal transduction, the book provides a concise overview of receptor mechanisms, from receptor –ligand interactions to post-translational modifications Author: Ijsbrand Kramer.

Chapters 5–10 extensively review the literature of sensory transduction in the major senses. Fain emphasizes the great advances made in recent decades using gene cloning and patch clamping techniques. Overall it is a most useful book, providing an ideal.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages: illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm: Contents: The senses. Early studies of the anatomy of the sense organs ; The physiology of sensation ; Cracking the problem: molecular physiology ; The revolution of molecular biology ; The code deciphered: sensory transduction --Mechanisms of sensation.

Chemosensory Transduction describes state-of-the-art approaches and key findings related to the study of the chemical senses. Thus, it serves as the go-to reference for this subject for practicing scientists and students with backgrounds in sensory biology and/or neurobiology.

Suggested Citation: "CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION TO SENSORS." National Research Council. Expanding the Vision of Sensor Materials. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / History has shown that advancements in materials science and engineering have been important drivers in the development of sensor technologies.

The perception of pain throughout the body arises when neural signals originating from the terminals of nociceptors are propagated to second-order neurons in the spinal cord or brainstem, whereupon they are transmitted to specific higher order brain areas (Price, ).

Recent studies have begun to elucidate some of the molecular mechanisms underlying the transduction of noxious by:. In physiology, transduction is the conversion of a stimulus from one form to another. Transduction in the nervous system typically refers to synaptic events wherein an electrical signal, known as an action potential, is converted into a chemical one via the release of sely, in sensory transduction a chemical or physical stimulus is transduced by sensory receptors into.Start studying Sensory Transduction.

Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Shop the Black Friday Sale: Get 50% off Quizlet Plus through Monday Learn more.While no single book could possibly cover all the research being undertaken, TRP Ion Channel Function in Sensory Transduction and Cellular Signaling Cascades presents the most advanced compilation of work in this area to date.

All 31 chapters are written by international pioneers working at the vanguard of TRP ion channel research.