Complete Clinical Psychopharmacology
Complete Clinical Psychopharmacology constitutes a guide of to parts: first the most important pharmacology concepts and principles and the neurotransmitter systems, including receptors, genes, specific functions and ligands for each receptor (drugs, medications or substances). More
Complete Clinical Psychopharmacology constitutes a guide that is neither basic nor elemental, but offers the most recent and complete information, in a clear, concise and condensed text, making it also accessible to students as a study guide and the perfect reference and consult resource for physicians and psychologists.
Complete Clinical Psychopharmacology covers the subject in two parts: first the most important pharmacology concepts and principles, and then the neurotransmitter systems, including their receptors, genes, specific functions and ligands for each receptor (drugs, medications or substances).
The following neurotransmitter systems are covered in this book: Catecholamines (Dopamine and Adrenergic), Aminoacids (Glutamate, GABA and Glycine), Neuropeptides (Opioids, Sigma, Orexin, Tachykinin, Oxytocin, Cholecystokinin, Neuropeptide S, Neuropeptide Y, Neuropeptide FF, Galanin, Corticotropin Releasing Hormone, Melanin Concentrating Hormone and Melanocortin), Tryptamines (Serotonin and Melatonin), Acethylcholine, Endocannabinoids and Others (Histamine, GHB, Adenosine and TAAR).
It also includes a useful hepatic cytochrome P450 enzymes table, all the known psychopharmacologic substances metabolized for said enzymes and all the known substances that inhibit or stimulate said enzymes.
Ideal for psychology and med students, psychologists, physicians and any other interested person with basic notions of biology and chemistry.
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