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Author Gulbransen, Brian D., (Neuroscience Program and Department of Physiology, Michigan State University, USA), speaker

Title Purinergic neuron-to-glia signaling in the enteric nervous system / Brian D. Gulbransen
Published London : Henry Stewart Talks, 2014
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Description 1 online resource (1 streaming video file (38 min.) : color, sound)
Series Physiology and pathophysiology of neuroglia : roles in health and disease, 2056-452X
Henry Stewart talks. Biomedical & life sciences collection. Physiology and pathophysiology of neuroglia
Contents Contents: The enteric nervous system is an extensive neural network that is housed in the wall of the gut and provides local control of gut functions -- The environment within enteric ganglia is similar to brain tissue and only includes neurons and glia -- Enteric glia a unique type of peripheral glia that share many similarities with astrocytes in the brain -- Enteric glia are implicated in a number of essential processes in the intestine but recent evidence suggests that enteric glia are particularly integral in the regulation of purinergic communication between neurons in the enteric nervous system
Notes Animated audio-visual presentation with synchronized narration
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Subject Cellular signal transduction.
Gastrointestinal system -- Innervation.
Neuroglia -- Physiology.
Enteric Nervous System -- physiology.
Neuroglia -- physiology.
Neurons -- physiology.
Receptors, Purinergic -- metabolism.
Signal Transduction.
Synaptic Transmission -- physiology.
Genre/Form Video recordings.
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