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Corporate Author Society of General Physiologists. Symposium (45th : 1991 : Woods Hole, Mass.)

Title Sensory transduction : Society of General Physiologists 45th Annual Symposium : Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, 5-8 September 1991 / edited by David P. Corey and Stephen D. Roper.

Imprint New York : Rockefeller University Press, c1992.


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Description vii, 424 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Series Society of General Physiologists series ; v. 47
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Biophysical principles of sensory transduction / Steven M. Block -- Toward a consensus working model for olfactory transduction / Gordon M. Shepherd -- A novel multigene family may encode odorant receptors / Linda B. Buck -- The molecular basis of signal transduction in olfactory sensory neurons / Randall R. Reed ... [et al.] -- Physiology of transduction in the single olfactory sensory neuron / Stuart Firestein -- Olfactory reception: from transduction to human genetics / Doron Lancet -- Molecular mechanisms of olfactory signal transduction / H. Breer ... [et al.] --Visual pigments and inherited variation in human vision / Jeremy Nathans ... [et al.] -- Cyclic nucleotide-gated channels of vertebrate photoreceptor cells and olfactory epithelium / U. Benjamin Kaupp and Wolfram Altenhofen -- Transduction in retinal photoreceptor cells / Denis Baylor -- Mechanisms of amplification, deactivation, and noise reduction in invertebrate photoreceptors / John Lisman ... [et al.] -- The inositol-lipid pathway is necessary for light excitation in fly photoreceptors / Baruch Minke and Zvi Selinger.
(cont) Response of Escherichia coli to novel gradients / Howard C. Berg -- Discrimination of low-frequency magnetic fields by honeybees: biophysics and experimental tests / Joseph L. Kirschvink ... [et al.] --Stretch-sensitive ion channels: an update / Frederick Sachs -- Role of Kp+s channels in taste transduction / Sue C. Kinnamon -- Role of amiloride-sensitive sodium channels in taste / P. Avenet -- Peripheral events in taste transduction / S.D. Roper and D.A. Ewald -- Amino acid receptor channels in taste cells / John H. Teeter ... [et al.] -- The diversity of bitter taste signal transduction mechanisms / A.I. Spielman ... [et al.] -- Transduction and adaptation in vertebrate hair cells: correlating structure with function / David P. Corey and John A. Assad --The role of calcium in hair cell transduction / R. Fettiplace --Hair-bundle mechanics and a model for mechanoelectrical transduction by hair cells / A.J. Hudspeth -- Cochlear hair cell function reflected in intracellular recordings in vivo / Peter Dallos and Mary Ann Cheatham.
(cont) Mammalian hearing and the cellular mechanisms of the cochlear amplifier / Jonathan F. Ashmore.
Subject Senses and sensation -- Congresses.
Added Author Corey, David P.
Roper, Stephen D.
ISBN 0874700515

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