The Oxford handbook of neuronal protein synthesis / edited by Wayne S. Sossin
- New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 
- Physical Description:
- xxi, 653 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 26 cm.
- Additional Creators:
- Sossin, Wayne S.
- Regulation of Protein Synthesis by eIF4E in the Brain / Kleanthi Chalkiadaki, Stella Kouloulia, Clive R. Bramham, and Christos G. Gkogkas -- Translational Control Through the eIF4E Binding Proteins in the Brain / Argel Aguilar-Valles, Edna Matta-Camacho, and Nahum Sonenberg -- The Integrated Stress Response in Memory and Cognitive Disorders / Jacqunae L. Mays and Mauro Costa-Mattioli -- The Role of the Eukaryotic Elongation Factor 2 (eEF2) Pathway in Neuronal Function / Elham Taha and Kobi Rosenblum -- Sidekick No More : Neural Translation Control by p70 ribosomal S6 kinase 1 / Aditi Bhattacharya -- Dendritic Targeting and Regulatory RNA Control of Local Neuronal Translation / Taesun Eom, Ilham A. Muslimov, Anna Iacoangeli, and Henri Tiedge -- Internal Ribosome Entry Site-Mediated Translation in Neuronal Protein Synthesis / Martin Holcik -- RNA Modifications in the Central Nervous System / Dan Ohtan Wang -- Role of CPEB-Family Proteins in Memory / Kausik Si -- FMRP and MicroRNAs in Neuronal Protein Synthesis / Monica C. Lannom and Stephanie Ceman -- Focusing on mRNA Granules and Stalled Polysomes Amidst Diverse Mechanisms Underlying mRNA Transport, mRNA Storage, and Local Translation / Mina N. Anadolu and Wayne S. Sossin -- Protein Synthesis and Synapse Specificity in Functional Plasticity / Radha Raghuraman, Amrita Benoy, and Sreedharan Sajikumar -- Regulation of Synaptic Homeostasis by Translational Mechanisms / Megumi Mori, Jay Penney, and Pejmun Haghighi -- Multiple Roles of RNA Regulatory Factors in Neuronal Development and Function in C. elegans / Matthew G. Andrusiak and Yishi Jin -- Regulation of mRNA Translation in Axons / Priyanka Patel, Pabitra K. Sahoo, Amar N. Kar, and Jeffery L. Twiss -- Protein Synthesis and Translational Control in Neural Stem Cell Development and Neurogenesis / Lamees Mohammad, Joscelyn Wiseman, Sarah Erickson, and Guang Yang -- Translational Controls in Pain / Sarah Loerch, June Bryan De La Peña, Jane Song, Joseph J. Pancrazio, Theodore J. Price, and Zachary T. Campbell -- Dysregulated Translation in Autism Spectrum Disorder / Emanuela Santini and Anders Borgkvist -- Neuronal mRNA Translation in Addiction / Emma Puighermanal and Emmanuel Valjent -- Dysregulated Protein Synthesis in Major Depressive Disorder / Chelcie F. Heaney and Kimberly F. Raab-Graham -- Dysregulation of Neuronal Protein Synthesis in Alzheimer's Disease / Tao Ma -- RNA-Binding Proteins and Translation in Neurodegenerative Disease / Kent E. Duncan -- Role of Eukaryotic Initiation Factor eIF2B in Vanishing White Matter Disease / Truus E. M. Abbink, Lisanne E. Wisse, Xuemin Wang, and Christopher G. Proud
- "Translational control in the nervous system is important. Many physiological processes in the nervous system depend on accurate control of the proteome, which that is mediated through protein synthetic mechanisms; and thus, the nervous system is very sensitive to dysregulation of translational control. The Oxford Handbook of Neuronal Protein Synthesis reviews both the mechanisms of translational control used by the nervous system as well as how important nervous system functions, such as plasticity and homeostasis, depend on accurate translational control. The handbook extensively covers how dysregulation of protein synthesis can manifest itself in many distinct pathological processes including neurodevelopmental, neuropsychiatric, and neurodegenerative diseases. The handbook is comprehensive in its coverage of translational control mechanisms, with particular focus on how these general control mechanisms are specifically utilized in the context of the cell biological constraints of the nervous system from both a mechanistic and a systems perspective"--
- 9780190686307 hardcover
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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