Table of contents for Co-existence and co-release of classical neurotransmitters : ex uno plures / Rafael GutieĢrrez, editor.


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1 Coexistence of Neuromessenger Molecules - A Perspective........  1
Tomas H6kfelt
2  Ex uno plures: Out of One, Many  ...........................  15
R. Gutierrez
3  Mechanisms of Synapse Formation: Activity-Dependent Selection
of Neurotransmitters and Receptors ..........................  23
Laura N. Borodinsky and Nicholas C. Spitzer
4  Co-Release of Norepinephrine and Acetylcholine by Mammalian
Sympathetic Neurons: Regulation by Target-Derived Signaling. ....  35
Jason A. Luther and Susan J. Birren
5  GABA, Glycine, and Glutamate Co-Release at Developing
Inhibitory  Synapses  ......................................  55
Deda C. Gillespie and Karl Kandler
6  GABA is the Main Neurotransmitter Released from Mossy Fiber
Terminals in the Developing Rat Hippocampus .................  81
Victoria F. Safiulina, Majid H. Mohajerani, Sudhir Sivakumaran,
and Enrico Cherubini
7  Postsynaptic Determinants of Inhibitory Transmission at Mixed
GABAergic/Glycinergic Synapses ...........................    99
St&phane Dieudonn6 and Marco Alberto Diana
8  Glutamate Co-Release by Monoamine Neurons .................  127
Louis Eric Trudeau, Gregory Dal Bo, and Jos6 Alfredo Mendez
9  Dopamine and Serotonin Crosstalk Within the Dopaminergic
and Serotonergic Systems. .................................  145
Fu-Ming Zhou and John A. Dani
10  The Dual Glutamatergic/GABAergic Phenotype of Hippocampal
Granule  Cells  ....................................... .. .  181
R. Gutierrez
11 Synaptic Co-Release of ATP and GABA ...................... 203
S. Hugel, Y.H. Jo, and R. Schlichter
12  The Co-Release of Glutamate and Acetylcholine in the Vertebrate
Nervous  System  .........................................  225
Wen-Chang Li
13  Colocalization and Cotransmission of Classical Neurotransmitters:
An Invertebrate Perspective ................................. 243
Mark W. Miller
14  Epluribus unum: Out of Many, One ........................ 263
R. Gutierrez and J. A. Arias-Montaiio



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Neurotransmitters, Neural transmission, Neurotransmitter Agents