Introduction; M. Ginsberg, et al. Metabolic Correlates of Focal Ischemia; W.D. Lust, et al. Role of Pyruvate Dehydrogenase in Ischemic Injury; F.A. Welsh. Disturbances of Protein and Polyamine Metabolism After Reversible Cerebral Ischemia; K.A. Hossman, W. Paschen. Oxygen Dependence of Neuronal Metabolism; D.A. Wilson. Lipid Dysmetabolism in Brain Ischemia; K. Kogure. Involvement of Calcium, Lipolytic Enzymes, and Free Fatty Acids in Ischemic Brain Trauma; A.A. Farooqui, et al. Arachidonic Acid Lipoxygenase Products Participate in the Pathogenesis of Delayed Cerebral Ischemia; T. Watanabe, et al. Biochemical Changes and Secondary Tissue Injury After Brain and Spinal Cord Ischemia; A.I. Faden, et al. Free Fatty Acid Liberation in the Pathogenesis and Therapy of Ischemic Brain Damage; E.M. Nemoto, et al. Cerebral Ischemia and Polyphosphoinositide Metabolism; G.Y. Sun. 6 additional articles. Index.
In this timely volume, eminent researchers provide detailed coverage of the relevant function of neurochemical correlates to cerebral ischemia as well as their pathophysiological significance.
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