Inherited Disorders of Brain Neurotransmitters: Pathogenesis and Diagnostic Approach.
K. Szymanska, K. Kusmierska, and U. Demkow
Inhibition of Peripheral Dopamine Metabolism and the Ventilatory Response to Hypoxia in the Rat.
M. Bialkowska, D. Zajac, A. Mazzatenta, C. Di Giulio, and M. Pokorski
Adaptation of Olfactory Threshold at High Altitude
R. Ruffini, C. Di Giulio, V. Verratti, M. Pokorski, G. Fanò-Illic, and A. Mazzatenta
Guanosine Protects Glial Cells against 6-Hydroxydopamine Toxicity.
P. Giuliani, P. Ballerini, S. Buccella, R. Ciccarelli, M.P. Rathbone, S. Romano, I. D'Alimonte, F. Caciagli, P. Di Iorio, and M. Pokorski
Chemoresponsiveness and Breath Physiology in Anosmia.
A. Mazzatenta, M. Pokorski, D. Montinaro, and C. Di Giulio
Cognitive Functioning of the Prelingually Deaf Adults
M. Pokorski and S. Klimanska
Hypoxia-Related Brain Dysfunction in Forensic Medicine.
R. Suslo, J. Trnka, J. Siewiera, and J. Drobnik
Does Health Status Influence Acceptance of Illness in Patients with Chronic Respiratory Diseases?
D. Kurpas, B. Mroczek, J. Brodowski, M. Urban, and A. Nitsch-Osuch.
A host of neurotransmitters and neuroactive substances underlies respiratory regulation in health and disease. The centerpiece of investigations regarding adaptation to hypoxia and sensorial perception has been the dopaminergic system. It is now clear that a complex interaction among various neuroactive substances, rather than a single one, forms the basis of respiratory changes. The research on neurotransmitter interactions provides the knowledge of how the brain functions and a new level of understanding of mind-to-body connection, which opens up avenues for novel therapeutic interventions.
A blend of basic and clinical science
A guide on neuroactive substances in brain function
A survey of measures to improve healthspan