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Aminocaprylic acid, effect on cortical neurons, 7:56 p-Aminoclonidone, as 2-adrenergic agonist, 24:393–398 trans-4-Aminocrotonic acid, 21:137, 21:139 3-Aminocyclopentane-1-carboxylic acid, 21:137 Aminoethanol, 1:205–214 -Amino- -hydroxybutyric acid, as neuronal blocking agent, 17:26 -Aminolevulinic acid, in porphyrin pathway, 16:319 Subject Index -Aminolevulinic acid synthetase, overactivity of, in porphyria, 16:319–320, 16:323, 16:333 D-Amino oxidase, in brain, subcellular localization of, 20:266–269 Aminopentamide, as antiacetylcholine drug, 16:75 Aminopeptidase(s), 11:59–60 in brain, 11:65 histological detection, 11:69 molecular analysis of, 17:197 in nervous system, 11:66 -Aminopeptide amino acid hydrolases classification of, 11:59 of nervous system, 11:61–64 aminotripeptidase, 11:63–64 leucine aminopeptidase, 11:61–63 p-Aminosalicyclic acid, 3:340 4-Aminotetrolic acid, 21:137 Aminotransferases altered levels of, in tissues, 17:110–113 in brain, 17:85–128 developmental changes, 17:119–120 stability, 17:113–114 chemical and physical properties of, 17:87–109 compartmentation in nervous tissue related to activity, 17:114–115 developmental changes in, 17:117–121 in neurotransmitter metabolism, 17:115–117 regulation of, 17:109–117 2-Aminotricyanopropene, effect on brain cell culture, 5:5, 5:29–30 Aminotripeptidase classification of, 11:59 molecular analysis of, 17:197 in nervous system, 11:63–64 Aminoxyacetic acid, as GABAtransaminase inhibitor, 17:21 Amitriptyline as antidepressant drug, 9:133–134 as antidepressive drug, 5:405 formula of, 9:109 Ammonia, increase in brain during excitation, 13:260–261 Amnesia frontal lobe type, 19:11–14 hippocampal lesions and, 19:1–49 retrograde, see Retrograde amnesia temporal lobe type, 19:10–11 use to study memory, 16:273–276 Subject Index Amobarbital in approach-avoidance conflict, 2:251 AMP, cyclic, see Cyclic AMP (cAMP) cAMP, see Cyclic AMP (cAMP) Amphetamine (Dexedrine) (D-A) action of chlorpromazine, 2:237 bulbocapnine catalepsy, 2:254 effect of, an ethanol intake, 2:68–69 learning under amphetamine, 2:346, 2:350–351 results of eyeblink conditioning, 2:349–350 kinesthetic figural after-effects, 2:355 nonsense syllable, 2:346 pursuit rotor, 2:352–353 rotating spiral after-image, 2:361–362 suppression of primary visual stimulus, 2:363–364 vigilance, 2:365 d-Amphetamine, sulfate, retrograde amnestic effects, 10:186–187 Amphetamines, 1:265, 1:291 addiction to, 12:324–325 psychosis from, 12:325–326 in affective disorder therapy, 18:374–375 analogs, structures and activities of, 12:316 antagonism of action of, 12:347–356 anticataleptic action, 9:138 effect on aggression, 18:247 effect on cerebral glucose utilization, 22:322–323 effect on EEG, 8:284–285, 8:308 effect on food intake, 5:334 effect on learning, 8:148–149 beneficial, 8:171–172 effects on CNS, 11:36–38 effects on affective disorders, 12:156 brain catecholamines, 12:356–357 interaction with other drugs, 12:347–356 kinetics of metabolism of, 12:337–347 mechanism of action of, 12:361–373 meth-, effect on learning, 8:172 physicochemical properties of, 12:337–339 as psychomotor stimulant, 12:308, 12:309 therapeutic use of, 12:323–324 toxic effects of, 12:324 Amphibians, CNS regeneration in, 6:268–275 9 Amygdala AChe and NAO-d activity of, 10:260 aggression sites in, 18:223 connections with corpus striatum, 1:15–20 effects on brain stem, 1:17–20 Amyl alcohol, membrane stabilization by, 9:148–149 Amylobarbitone, structure and activity, 24:16 Amytal (A) alternation behavior in simple T-maze, 2:377–379 results of eyeblink conditioning, 2:348–350 kinesthetic figural after-effects, 2:355 nonsense syllable learning, 2:346, 2:350–351 pursuit rotor learning, 2:352–353 rotating spiral after, 2:361–362 suppression of primary visual stimulus, 2:363–364 sedation threshold, 2:367–368 vigilance, 2:365 Analgesia effect of drugs and CAR, 2:269–270 opiate-induced, genetic aspects of, 25:290–293 stress-induced, 25:319–320 Androgens animal behavior and, 11:142–144 human behavior and, 11:144–148 Anesthesia barbiturate, 3:70–72 chloralose, 3:70–72, 3:120, 3:179 erythrocyte membrane stabilization and, 9:166–168 membrane stabilization and, 9:204–208, 9:212–214 and neuronal activity, 3:70–73, 3:114 Anesthetic drugs, retrograde amnesia from, 10:177–180, 10:185 Anesthetics effect on body temperature, 12:30–32 effect on hippocampus, 8:104–110 effect on nerve membrane permeability, 5:230–232 effects on brain phospholipids, 20:16–17 ethyl ether and pressor response, 2:151 local, complexes of, 9:202–204 membrane stabilization by, 9:149–151, 9:160–161 10 physicochemical properties of, 9:182–190 distribution coefficients, 9:182 interfacial properties, 9:184–187 molar polarizability, 9:189–190 penetration into liquid monolayers, 9:187–189 Anion vs.

1:61f role of somatic potentials, 1:58–61 see also Electroencephalogram; Electroencephalogram amplitude analysis; Spontaneous activity Branched-chain amino acid aminotransferase activity of, 17:88 in brain, 17:87, 17:100 inhibitors of, 17:99–100 isozymes of, 17:101 localization of, 17:100–101 physical and chemical properties of, 17:99 substrate specificity of, 17:91, 17:93, 17:99–100 Breech birth, frequency of, in alcoholic women, 19:159 ‘‘Bromide test’’, 7:180 Bromperidol, self-stimulation behavior and, 21:353, 21:360, 21:366 Bufotenidin, 3:257 Bufotenin as central serotonin antagonist, 12:219 effect on EEG, 8:291 hallucinogenic properties of, 8:210 in schizophrenia, 8:204 Bufotenine, 3:253, 3:257, 3:279 CAR, 2:264 potentiates CEPR, 2:149 Bulbocapnine, effect in animals, 2:254 Bumble bee, 3:364 Burst, definition, 24:315 Butabarbital, pole-jump CAR, 2:250 Butaclamol, self-stimulation behavior and, 21:357, 21:360, 21:366 Butaperazine, clinical response and plasma levels of, 19:297–298 Butobarbitone, structure and activity, 24:16 -Butyrobetaine, 1:186 Butyrolactone effect on EEG, 8:296 neuroactivity of, 17:27 -Butyrolactone, effects on cerebral glucose utilization, 22:320 Butyrophenones aromatic substitutions of, 8:225 with morphine-like potency, 8:221–263 Subject Index Butyrylcholine, 1:185 Butyrylperazine, structure of, 8:253 Butyrylthiocholine, effect on brain cell culture, 5:7, 5:11 C C14, 3:295–300 3-C14-serine, 3:298 Caffeine, 1:264, 1:291 action of Chloropromazine, 2:237 beneficial effect on memory, 8:186 effect on EEG, 8:288, 8:308 retrograde amnestic effects, 10:186–187 Cahoba, 3:257 Calcitonin nociception and, 25:224–225 peptide sequence of, 25:187 Calcium in bioelectric phenomena, 9:223–261 coordination complexes with phosphates, 9:253–258 in cortical depression, 5:220–221 effect on learning, 8:174–175 mitochondrial accumulation, 9:251–253 in serum, evoked potential (EP) and, 25:428 Calcium channels, neurotransmitter effects on, 22:212–214 Calcium drug effects on, 11:120–121 Calcium flux, phospholipid methylation and, 23:147–152 Calcium ions, 3:304, 3:306 in cyclic AMP formation, 20:126–127 Calcium transport ethanol effects on, 19:141–142 Calliphora, 3:351, 3:357 cAMP, see Cyclic AMP (cAMP) Campaniform sensilae, 3:351 Camphor, use in psychotherapy, 5:389 Cancer, tropical monopyrrole role in, 16:174 Cannabinol, formula of, 12:222 Cannibalism, in olfactory bulbectomy syndrome, 22:269–270 Canonical variate analysis, 2:370–375 Capillaries of CNS filtration coefficient, 3:45–46 morphological classification, 3:40–41 permeability, 3:45–47 submicroscopic analysis, 3:40–44, 3:69 Subject Index Caramiphen in anticholinesterase poisoning, 16:126, 16:127, 16:130 CAR, 2:259–260 structure of, 16:127 Carbachol as antiacetylcholine drug, 16:112 effect on hippocampus, 8:120 Carbamylcholine effect on enzyme secretion of pancreas, 2:103 effects on cerebral RNA, 16:221 Carbamyl phosphate, synthesis of, 14:135–137 Carbohydrate, metabolism, in schizophrenia, 11:259–290 Carbon dioxide analysis of expired, 3:72 brain metabolites, 22:60–62 cerebral glucose utilization, 22:320 effects on, brain intermediary metabolism, 22:58–65 Carbon dioxide anesthesis, retrograde amnesia from, 10:179 Carbon dioxide fixation in nervous tissue, 14:125–157 enzymes for, 14:125–137 properties, 14:126–127 functional aspects of, 14:142–145 metabolic compartmentation in, 14:141–142 metabolic fate of CO2, 14:137–140 Carbon tetrachloride, cirrhosis induced by, 2:69 Carboxypeptidase A classification of, 11:59 in CNS, 11:74–76 mechanism of action, 11:75–76 Carboxypeptidase B classification of, 11:59 in CNS, 11:76 Carboxypeptidases, 11:59–60 in brain, 11:65 molecular analysis of, 17:198 in nervous system, 11:66 -Carboxypeptide amino acid hydrolases classification of, 11:59 in nervous system, 11:73–77 carboxypeptidase A, 11:74–76 carboxypeptidase B, 11:76–77 Cardiac muscle, tetrodotoxin and saxitoxin effects on, 15:125–128 21 Carnosinase in brain, 11:66–67 classification of, 11:59 Carnosine, in brain, 12:248 Cat forelimb muscle afferents to cortex of, 15:1–25 hindlimb muscle afferents to cortex of, 15:18–19 lateral geniculate nucleus of, 6:171–172 mesencephalic projections of, 6:165–172 neocortical projections of, 6:177–182 optic chiasm of, 6:155 optic nerve of, 6:153–155 optic tract of, 6:156–158 accessory, 6:163–164 possible color vision in, 5:162 pretectum of, 6:162, 6:165–166 primary optic termination of, 6:152–165 reticular formation in, 6:169–172 retina of, 6:170–171 retinohypothalamic tract of, 6:155–156 superior colliculus of, 6:163, 6:166–169 supraoptic commissures of, 6:156 thalamic projections of, 6:173–177 thalamus of, 6:158–162 visual cortex of, 6:172 visual pathways of, 6:149–189 Catalase, 3:338 ethanol metabolism by in brain, 19:126–127 in liver, 19:129 Catalepsy-producing drugs, 8:228–229, 8:247 Catecholamine assay, 21:260, 21:263–265, 21:266 hypertension and stress and, 21:271–273 interaction with serotonin, in brain, 21:270–271 Catecholamine hypothesis of selfstimulation behavior, 21:336 Catecholamine receptor, 14:300–309 Catecholaminergic neurons in fetal brain, 20:68 prenatal development of, 20:67–82 thymidine autoradiography of, 20:69–71 Catecholaminergic projections, in CNS, table of, 24:108 Catecholamines (CA), 1:180–181, 1:313 action on neurons, 11:19–22 anticonvulsant reaction with, 24:114–115 apomorphine effect on release of, 19:250 22 in brain, amphetamine effects on, 12:356–357 content in hypothalamus and CEPR, 2:166–169 decrease of, after reserpine, 2:181–182, 2:208 drug effects on, 11:115–117 drugs affecting, 24:115–116 effect on EEG, 8:283, 8:300–302 imipramine potentiation of, 9:110–118 in mental illness, 8:197–220 metabolism of in depressed and manic patients, 12:157–159 as opiate neurochemical correlates, 25:281–284 in periodic psychoses, 11:156–157 in phenylketonuria, 3:270 presence and action in CNS, 11:17–35 role in seizures, 24:107–116 specifications for receptors, of, 13:201–202 storage synaptosomes for in different brain regions, 13:146–149 test tissues for, 13:35 uptake in brain antiparkinsonian drug action, 13:137–139 kinetics of, 13:128–134 stereospecificity, 13:134–136 urinary, in stress, 8:216 see also individual compounds Catechol-O-methyltransferase ethanol effects on, 19:151 in microamine assay, 19:180 Cathepsin A, molecular analysis of, 17:194–195 Cathepsin C, molecular analysis of, 17:195 Cathepsin D molecular analysis of, 17:194 in stress, 17:225–226 Cathepsins, role in brain protein catabolism, 6:60–72 Cations effect on learning, 8:174–175 monovalent, membrane transport models, 21:311–332 monovalent vs.

Aminocaprylic acid, effect on cortical neurons, 7:56 p-Aminoclonidone, as 2-adrenergic agonist, 24:393–398 trans-4-Aminocrotonic acid, 21:137, 21:139 3-Aminocyclopentane-1-carboxylic acid, 21:137 Aminoethanol, 1:205–214 -Amino- -hydroxybutyric acid, as neuronal blocking agent, 17:26 -Aminolevulinic acid, in porphyrin pathway, 16:319 Subject Index -Aminolevulinic acid synthetase, overactivity of, in porphyria, 16:319–320, 16:323, 16:333 D-Amino oxidase, in brain, subcellular localization of, 20:266–269 Aminopentamide, as antiacetylcholine drug, 16:75 Aminopeptidase(s), 11:59–60 in brain, 11:65 histological detection, 11:69 molecular analysis of, 17:197 in nervous system, 11:66 -Aminopeptide amino acid hydrolases classification of, 11:59 of nervous system, 11:61–64 aminotripeptidase, 11:63–64 leucine aminopeptidase, 11:61–63 p-Aminosalicyclic acid, 3:340 4-Aminotetrolic acid, 21:137 Aminotransferases altered levels of, in tissues, 17:110–113 in brain, 17:85–128 developmental changes, 17:119–120 stability, 17:113–114 chemical and physical properties of, 17:87–109 compartmentation in nervous tissue related to activity, 17:114–115 developmental changes in, 17:117–121 in neurotransmitter metabolism, 17:115–117 regulation of, 17:109–117 2-Aminotricyanopropene, effect on brain cell culture, 5:5, 5:29–30 Aminotripeptidase classification of, 11:59 molecular analysis of, 17:197 in nervous system, 11:63–64 Aminoxyacetic acid, as GABAtransaminase inhibitor, 17:21 Amitriptyline as antidepressant drug, 9:133–134 as antidepressive drug, 5:405 formula of, 9:109 Ammonia, increase in brain during excitation, 13:260–261 Amnesia frontal lobe type, 19:11–14 hippocampal lesions and, 19:1–49 retrograde, see Retrograde amnesia temporal lobe type, 19:10–11 use to study memory, 16:273–276 Subject Index Amobarbital in approach-avoidance conflict, 2:251 AMP, cyclic, see Cyclic AMP (cAMP) cAMP, see Cyclic AMP (cAMP) Amphetamine (Dexedrine) (D-A) action of chlorpromazine, 2:237 bulbocapnine catalepsy, 2:254 effect of, an ethanol intake, 2:68–69 learning under amphetamine, 2:346, 2:350–351 results of eyeblink conditioning, 2:349–350 kinesthetic figural after-effects, 2:355 nonsense syllable, 2:346 pursuit rotor, 2:352–353 rotating spiral after-image, 2:361–362 suppression of primary visual stimulus, 2:363–364 vigilance, 2:365 d-Amphetamine, sulfate, retrograde amnestic effects, 10:186–187 Amphetamines, 1:265, 1:291 addiction to, 12:324–325 psychosis from, 12:325–326 in affective disorder therapy, 18:374–375 analogs, structures and activities of, 12:316 antagonism of action of, 12:347–356 anticataleptic action, 9:138 effect on aggression, 18:247 effect on cerebral glucose utilization, 22:322–323 effect on EEG, 8:284–285, 8:308 effect on food intake, 5:334 effect on learning, 8:148–149 beneficial, 8:171–172 effects on CNS, 11:36–38 effects on affective disorders, 12:156 brain catecholamines, 12:356–357 interaction with other drugs, 12:347–356 kinetics of metabolism of, 12:337–347 mechanism of action of, 12:361–373 meth-, effect on learning, 8:172 physicochemical properties of, 12:337–339 as psychomotor stimulant, 12:308, 12:309 therapeutic use of, 12:323–324 toxic effects of, 12:324 Amphibians, CNS regeneration in, 6:268–275 9 Amygdala AChe and NAO-d activity of, 10:260 aggression sites in, 18:223 connections with corpus striatum, 1:15–20 effects on brain stem, 1:17–20 Amyl alcohol, membrane stabilization by, 9:148–149 Amylobarbitone, structure and activity, 24:16 Amytal (A) alternation behavior in simple T-maze, 2:377–379 results of eyeblink conditioning, 2:348–350 kinesthetic figural after-effects, 2:355 nonsense syllable learning, 2:346, 2:350–351 pursuit rotor learning, 2:352–353 rotating spiral after, 2:361–362 suppression of primary visual stimulus, 2:363–364 sedation threshold, 2:367–368 vigilance, 2:365 Analgesia effect of drugs and CAR, 2:269–270 opiate-induced, genetic aspects of, 25:290–293 stress-induced, 25:319–320 Androgens animal behavior and, 11:142–144 human behavior and, 11:144–148 Anesthesia barbiturate, 3:70–72 chloralose, 3:70–72, 3:120, 3:179 erythrocyte membrane stabilization and, 9:166–168 membrane stabilization and, 9:204–208, 9:212–214 and neuronal activity, 3:70–73, 3:114 Anesthetic drugs, retrograde amnesia from, 10:177–180, 10:185 Anesthetics effect on body temperature, 12:30–32 effect on hippocampus, 8:104–110 effect on nerve membrane permeability, 5:230–232 effects on brain phospholipids, 20:16–17 ethyl ether and pressor response, 2:151 local, complexes of, 9:202–204 membrane stabilization by, 9:149–151, 9:160–161 10 physicochemical properties of, 9:182–190 distribution coefficients, 9:182 interfacial properties, 9:184–187 molar polarizability, 9:189–190 penetration into liquid monolayers, 9:187–189 Anion vs.

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