Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences

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December 2000

Volume 921 VIP, PACAP, GLUCAGON, AND RELATED PEPTIDES: FOURTH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM

Pages xiii–xiii, 1–477

  1. Frontmatter

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part I. VIP/PACAP Receptors: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications, with Special Reference to Malignant Disease
    4. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part II. Neuroimmunology and Inflammation
    5. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part III. Neurodevelopment and Neuroprotection
    6. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part IV. Receptor and Peptide Expression
    7. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part V. Signal Transduction
    8. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part VI. Physiology, Interactions with Other Transmitters
    9. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part VII. Glucoregulation, Appetite, and Digestive Function
    10. Part VIII. The Viktor Mutt Memorial Lecture
    11. Poster Papers: 1. Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications, with Special Reference to Malignant Disease
    12. Poster Papers: 2. Neuroimmunology and Inflammation
    13. Poster Papers: 3. Neurodevelopment and Neuroprotection
    14. Poster Papers: 4. Receptor and Peptide Expression
    15. Poster Papers: 5. Signal Transduction
    16. Poster Papers: 6. Physiology, Interactions with Other Transmitters
    17. Poster Papers: 7. Glucoregulation, Appetite, and Digestive Function
    1. Preface (page xiii)

      Jan Fahrenkrug and Sami I. Said

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06945.x

  2. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part I. VIP/PACAP Receptors: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications, with Special Reference to Malignant Disease

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part I. VIP/PACAP Receptors: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications, with Special Reference to Malignant Disease
    4. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part II. Neuroimmunology and Inflammation
    5. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part III. Neurodevelopment and Neuroprotection
    6. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part IV. Receptor and Peptide Expression
    7. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part V. Signal Transduction
    8. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part VI. Physiology, Interactions with Other Transmitters
    9. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part VII. Glucoregulation, Appetite, and Digestive Function
    10. Part VIII. The Viktor Mutt Memorial Lecture
    11. Poster Papers: 1. Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications, with Special Reference to Malignant Disease
    12. Poster Papers: 2. Neuroimmunology and Inflammation
    13. Poster Papers: 3. Neurodevelopment and Neuroprotection
    14. Poster Papers: 4. Receptor and Peptide Expression
    15. Poster Papers: 5. Signal Transduction
    16. Poster Papers: 6. Physiology, Interactions with Other Transmitters
    17. Poster Papers: 7. Glucoregulation, Appetite, and Digestive Function
    1. VPAC1 Receptors and Lung Cancer (pages 26–32)

      T. W. MOODY, J. WALTERS, M. CASIBANG, F. ZIA and Y. GOZES

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06947.x

    2. Downregulation of VPAC1R Expression in Breast Cancer Cell Lines (pages 33–36)

      BENTE MADSEN, BIRGITTE GEORG, MOGENS W. MADSEN and JAN FAHRENKRUG

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06948.x

    3. Imaging Tumors in Humans with Tc-99m-VIP (pages 37–44)

      M. L. THAKUR, C. S. MARCUS, S. SAEED, V. PALLELA, C. MINAMI, L. DIGGLES, H. L. PHAM, R. AHDOOT, E. A. KALINOWSKI and T. MOODY

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06949.x

  3. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part II. Neuroimmunology and Inflammation

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part I. VIP/PACAP Receptors: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications, with Special Reference to Malignant Disease
    4. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part II. Neuroimmunology and Inflammation
    5. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part III. Neurodevelopment and Neuroprotection
    6. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part IV. Receptor and Peptide Expression
    7. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part V. Signal Transduction
    8. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part VI. Physiology, Interactions with Other Transmitters
    9. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part VII. Glucoregulation, Appetite, and Digestive Function
    10. Part VIII. The Viktor Mutt Memorial Lecture
    11. Poster Papers: 1. Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications, with Special Reference to Malignant Disease
    12. Poster Papers: 2. Neuroimmunology and Inflammation
    13. Poster Papers: 3. Neurodevelopment and Neuroprotection
    14. Poster Papers: 4. Receptor and Peptide Expression
    15. Poster Papers: 5. Signal Transduction
    16. Poster Papers: 6. Physiology, Interactions with Other Transmitters
    17. Poster Papers: 7. Glucoregulation, Appetite, and Digestive Function
    1. Vasoactive Intestinal Peptide (VIP) Receptor Type 2 (VPAC2) is the Predominant Receptor Expressed in Human Thymocytes (pages 45–54)

      MARIA L. LARA-MARQUEZ, M. SUE O'DORISIO and BAHRI KARACAY

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06950.x

    2. VIP and PACAP Inhibit Activation Induced Apoptosis in T Lymphocytes (pages 55–67)

      MARIO DELGADO and DOINA GANEA

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06951.x

    3. VIP and PACAP Induce Shift to a Th2 Response by Upregulating B7.2 Expression (pages 68–78)

      MARIO DELGADO, JAVIER LECETA, WEI SUN, ROSA P. GOMARIZ and DOINA GANEA

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06952.x

    4. Vasoactive Intestinal Peptide Mediation of Development and Functions of T Lymphocytes (pages 79–91)

      GLENN DORSAM, JULIA VOICE, YVONNE KONG and EDWARD J. GOETZL

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06953.x

    5. Receptors and Transcriptional Factors Involved in the Anti-Inflammatory Activity of VIP and PACAP (pages 92–102)

      JAVIER LECETA, ROSA P. GOMARIZ, CARMEN MARTINEZ, CATALINA ABAD, DOINA GANEA and MARIO DELGADO

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06954.x

  4. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part III. Neurodevelopment and Neuroprotection

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part I. VIP/PACAP Receptors: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications, with Special Reference to Malignant Disease
    4. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part II. Neuroimmunology and Inflammation
    5. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part III. Neurodevelopment and Neuroprotection
    6. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part IV. Receptor and Peptide Expression
    7. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part V. Signal Transduction
    8. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part VI. Physiology, Interactions with Other Transmitters
    9. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part VII. Glucoregulation, Appetite, and Digestive Function
    10. Part VIII. The Viktor Mutt Memorial Lecture
    11. Poster Papers: 1. Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications, with Special Reference to Malignant Disease
    12. Poster Papers: 2. Neuroimmunology and Inflammation
    13. Poster Papers: 3. Neurodevelopment and Neuroprotection
    14. Poster Papers: 4. Receptor and Peptide Expression
    15. Poster Papers: 5. Signal Transduction
    16. Poster Papers: 6. Physiology, Interactions with Other Transmitters
    17. Poster Papers: 7. Glucoregulation, Appetite, and Digestive Function
    1. Chemokines Released from Astroglia by Vasoactive Intestinal Peptide: Mechanism of Neuroprotection from HIV Envelope Protein Toxicity (pages 109–114)

      DOUGLAS E. BRENNEMAN, JANET HAUSER, CATHERINE Y. SPONG and TERRY M. PHILLIPS

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06956.x

    2. A Novel VIP Responsive Gene: Activity Dependent Neuroprotective Protein (pages 115–118)

      I. GOZES, R. ZAMOSTIANO, A. PINHASOV, M. BASSAN, E. GILADI, R. A. STEINGART and D. E. BRENNEMAN

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06957.x

    3. Neuroprotective Effects of PACAP38 in a Rat Model of Transient Focal Ischemia under Various Experimental Conditions (pages 119–128)

      DORA REGLODI, ANIKO SOMOGYVARI-VIGH, SANDOR VIGH, JEROME L. MADERDRUT and AKIRA ARIMURA

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06958.x

    4. PACAP Action in Nervous System Development, Regeneration, and Neuroblastoma Cell Proliferation (pages 129–136)

      JAMES A. WASCHEK, EMANUEL M. DICICCO-BLOOM, VINCENT LELIEVRE, XINRONG ZHOU and ZHONGTING HU

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06959.x

  5. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part IV. Receptor and Peptide Expression

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part I. VIP/PACAP Receptors: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications, with Special Reference to Malignant Disease
    4. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part II. Neuroimmunology and Inflammation
    5. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part III. Neurodevelopment and Neuroprotection
    6. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part IV. Receptor and Peptide Expression
    7. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part V. Signal Transduction
    8. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part VI. Physiology, Interactions with Other Transmitters
    9. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part VII. Glucoregulation, Appetite, and Digestive Function
    10. Part VIII. The Viktor Mutt Memorial Lecture
    11. Poster Papers: 1. Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications, with Special Reference to Malignant Disease
    12. Poster Papers: 2. Neuroimmunology and Inflammation
    13. Poster Papers: 3. Neurodevelopment and Neuroprotection
    14. Poster Papers: 4. Receptor and Peptide Expression
    15. Poster Papers: 5. Signal Transduction
    16. Poster Papers: 6. Physiology, Interactions with Other Transmitters
    17. Poster Papers: 7. Glucoregulation, Appetite, and Digestive Function
    1. Characterization of Intestinal Receptors for VIP and PACAP in Rat and in PAC1 Receptor Knockout Mouse (pages 137–147)

      E. EKBLAD, H. JONGSMA, P. BRABET, J. BOCKAERT and F. SUNDLER

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06960.x

    2. Mutational Analysis of the Glucose Regulatory Element in the Promoter of the Glucagon Receptor Gene (pages 148–156)

      LAURENCE PORTOIS, MICHÈLE TASTENOY and MICHAL SVOBODA

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06961.x

    3. Regulation of Vasoactive Intestinal Peptide Receptor Expression in Developing Nervous Systems (pages 165–174)

      BAHRI KARACAY, M SUE O'DORISIO, MONICA SUMMERS and JARROD BRUCE

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06963.x

  6. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part V. Signal Transduction

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part I. VIP/PACAP Receptors: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications, with Special Reference to Malignant Disease
    4. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part II. Neuroimmunology and Inflammation
    5. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part III. Neurodevelopment and Neuroprotection
    6. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part IV. Receptor and Peptide Expression
    7. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part V. Signal Transduction
    8. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part VI. Physiology, Interactions with Other Transmitters
    9. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part VII. Glucoregulation, Appetite, and Digestive Function
    10. Part VIII. The Viktor Mutt Memorial Lecture
    11. Poster Papers: 1. Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications, with Special Reference to Malignant Disease
    12. Poster Papers: 2. Neuroimmunology and Inflammation
    13. Poster Papers: 3. Neurodevelopment and Neuroprotection
    14. Poster Papers: 4. Receptor and Peptide Expression
    15. Poster Papers: 5. Signal Transduction
    16. Poster Papers: 6. Physiology, Interactions with Other Transmitters
    17. Poster Papers: 7. Glucoregulation, Appetite, and Digestive Function
    1. Differential Activation of Phospholipase D by VPAC and PAC1 Receptors (pages 175–185)

      D. A. McCULLOCH, E. M. LUTZ, M. S. JOHNSON, C. J. MacKENZIE and R. MITCHELL

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06964.x

    2. PACAP Modulates Rat Sympathetic Neuron Depolarization Through IP3 (pages 186–194)

      VICTOR MAY, MATTHEW M. BEAUDET, RODNEY L. PARSONS and KAREN M. BRAAS

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06965.x

    3. Essential Structural Motif in the C-Terminus of the PACAP Type I Receptor for Signal Transduction and Internalization (pages 195–201)

      JOSEPH R. PISEGNA, RONG-MING LYU and PATRIZIA M. GERMANO

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06966.x

  7. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part VI. Physiology, Interactions with Other Transmitters

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part I. VIP/PACAP Receptors: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications, with Special Reference to Malignant Disease
    4. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part II. Neuroimmunology and Inflammation
    5. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part III. Neurodevelopment and Neuroprotection
    6. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part IV. Receptor and Peptide Expression
    7. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part V. Signal Transduction
    8. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part VI. Physiology, Interactions with Other Transmitters
    9. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part VII. Glucoregulation, Appetite, and Digestive Function
    10. Part VIII. The Viktor Mutt Memorial Lecture
    11. Poster Papers: 1. Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications, with Special Reference to Malignant Disease
    12. Poster Papers: 2. Neuroimmunology and Inflammation
    13. Poster Papers: 3. Neurodevelopment and Neuroprotection
    14. Poster Papers: 4. Receptor and Peptide Expression
    15. Poster Papers: 5. Signal Transduction
    16. Poster Papers: 6. Physiology, Interactions with Other Transmitters
    17. Poster Papers: 7. Glucoregulation, Appetite, and Digestive Function
    1. PACAP Peptides Modulate Guinea Pig Cardiac Neuron Membrane Excitability and Neuropeptide Expression (pages 202–210)

      RODNEY L. PARSONS, TODD M. ROSSIGNOL, MICHELLE A. CALUPCA, JEAN C. HARDWICK and KAREN M. BRAAS

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06967.x

    2. Functional Significance of Colocalization of PACAP and Catecholamine in Nerve Terminals (pages 211–217)

      SEIJI SHIODA, TOSHIHIKO YADA, SHINJI MUROYA, SHIGEAKI URAMURA, SHIGEO NAKAJO, HIROKAZU OHTAKI, TOSHIKO HORI, YOSHIMI SHIMODA and HISAYUKI FUNAHASHI

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06968.x

    3. VIP- and PACAP-Induced Salivary Chromogranin A Secretion in the Isolated Perfused Submandibular Gland of Rats (pages 218–225)

      NOBORU YANAIHARA, TOMIO KANNO, NAOTO ASADA, TOSHIHIKO IWANAGA, LI JUN, SHINGO NAGASAWA and CHIZUKO YANAIHARA

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06969.x

  8. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part VII. Glucoregulation, Appetite, and Digestive Function

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part I. VIP/PACAP Receptors: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications, with Special Reference to Malignant Disease
    4. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part II. Neuroimmunology and Inflammation
    5. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part III. Neurodevelopment and Neuroprotection
    6. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part IV. Receptor and Peptide Expression
    7. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part V. Signal Transduction
    8. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part VI. Physiology, Interactions with Other Transmitters
    9. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part VII. Glucoregulation, Appetite, and Digestive Function
    10. Part VIII. The Viktor Mutt Memorial Lecture
    11. Poster Papers: 1. Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications, with Special Reference to Malignant Disease
    12. Poster Papers: 2. Neuroimmunology and Inflammation
    13. Poster Papers: 3. Neurodevelopment and Neuroprotection
    14. Poster Papers: 4. Receptor and Peptide Expression
    15. Poster Papers: 5. Signal Transduction
    16. Poster Papers: 6. Physiology, Interactions with Other Transmitters
    17. Poster Papers: 7. Glucoregulation, Appetite, and Digestive Function
    1. New Developments in the Biology of the Glucagon-Like Peptides GLP-1 and GLP-2 (pages 226–232)

      DANIEL J. DRUCKER, JULIE LOVSHIN, LAURIE BAGGIO, MIN NIAN, FEISAL ADATIA, ROBIN P. BOUSHEY, YUANFANG LIU, JUMANA SALEH, BERNARDO YUSTA and LOUISE SCROCCHI

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06970.x

    2. Role of PACAP1 Receptor in Regulation of ECL Cells and Gastric Acid Secretion by Pituitary Adenylate Cyclase Activating Peptide (pages 233–241)

      JOSEPH R. PISEGNA, GORDON V. OHNING, CHRISTOPHE ATHMANN, NINGXIN ZENG, JOHN H. WALSH and GEORGE SACHS

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06971.x

    3. Integrative Mitogenic Role of Protein Kinase B/Akt in β-Cells (pages 242–250)

      KATJA TRÜMPER, ANDREA TRÜMPER, HEIDI TRUSHEIM, RUDOLF ARNOLD, BURKHARD GÖKE and DIETER HÖRSCH

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06972.x

    4. Intraperitoneal PACAP Administration Decreases Blood Glucose in GK Rats, and in Normal and High Fat Diet Mice (pages 259–263)

      TOSHISHIKO YADA, MASAYA SAKURADA, KARIN FILIPSSON, MASATOSHI KIKUCHI and BO AHRÉN

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06974.x

  9. Part VIII. The Viktor Mutt Memorial Lecture

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part I. VIP/PACAP Receptors: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications, with Special Reference to Malignant Disease
    4. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part II. Neuroimmunology and Inflammation
    5. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part III. Neurodevelopment and Neuroprotection
    6. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part IV. Receptor and Peptide Expression
    7. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part V. Signal Transduction
    8. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part VI. Physiology, Interactions with Other Transmitters
    9. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part VII. Glucoregulation, Appetite, and Digestive Function
    10. Part VIII. The Viktor Mutt Memorial Lecture
    11. Poster Papers: 1. Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications, with Special Reference to Malignant Disease
    12. Poster Papers: 2. Neuroimmunology and Inflammation
    13. Poster Papers: 3. Neurodevelopment and Neuroprotection
    14. Poster Papers: 4. Receptor and Peptide Expression
    15. Poster Papers: 5. Signal Transduction
    16. Poster Papers: 6. Physiology, Interactions with Other Transmitters
    17. Poster Papers: 7. Glucoregulation, Appetite, and Digestive Function
  10. Poster Papers: 1. Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications, with Special Reference to Malignant Disease

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part I. VIP/PACAP Receptors: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications, with Special Reference to Malignant Disease
    4. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part II. Neuroimmunology and Inflammation
    5. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part III. Neurodevelopment and Neuroprotection
    6. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part IV. Receptor and Peptide Expression
    7. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part V. Signal Transduction
    8. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part VI. Physiology, Interactions with Other Transmitters
    9. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part VII. Glucoregulation, Appetite, and Digestive Function
    10. Part VIII. The Viktor Mutt Memorial Lecture
    11. Poster Papers: 1. Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications, with Special Reference to Malignant Disease
    12. Poster Papers: 2. Neuroimmunology and Inflammation
    13. Poster Papers: 3. Neurodevelopment and Neuroprotection
    14. Poster Papers: 4. Receptor and Peptide Expression
    15. Poster Papers: 5. Signal Transduction
    16. Poster Papers: 6. Physiology, Interactions with Other Transmitters
    17. Poster Papers: 7. Glucoregulation, Appetite, and Digestive Function
    1. Cyanine Dye Labeled Vasoactive Intestinal Peptide and Somatostatin Analog for Optical Detection of Gastroenteropancreatic Tumors (pages 275–278)

      ANDREAS BECKER, CARSTEN HESSENIUS, SARAH BHARGAVA, CARSTEN GRÖTZINGER, KAI LICHA, JENS SCHNEIDER-MERGENER, BERTRAM WIEDENMANN and WOLFHARD SEMMLER

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06976.x

    2. Analysis of VIP and CGRP Plasma Levels After Radiotherapy for Treatment of Metastasis from Prostatic Carcinoma (pages 279–283)

      S. FORSGREN, F. LANDSTRÖM, U. KJÖRELL, R. HENRIKSSON and L. FRANZÉN

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06977.x

  11. Poster Papers: 2. Neuroimmunology and Inflammation

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part I. VIP/PACAP Receptors: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications, with Special Reference to Malignant Disease
    4. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part II. Neuroimmunology and Inflammation
    5. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part III. Neurodevelopment and Neuroprotection
    6. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part IV. Receptor and Peptide Expression
    7. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part V. Signal Transduction
    8. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part VI. Physiology, Interactions with Other Transmitters
    9. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part VII. Glucoregulation, Appetite, and Digestive Function
    10. Part VIII. The Viktor Mutt Memorial Lecture
    11. Poster Papers: 1. Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications, with Special Reference to Malignant Disease
    12. Poster Papers: 2. Neuroimmunology and Inflammation
    13. Poster Papers: 3. Neurodevelopment and Neuroprotection
    14. Poster Papers: 4. Receptor and Peptide Expression
    15. Poster Papers: 5. Signal Transduction
    16. Poster Papers: 6. Physiology, Interactions with Other Transmitters
    17. Poster Papers: 7. Glucoregulation, Appetite, and Digestive Function
    1. Anti-inflammatory Actions of VIP/PACAP: Role in Endotoxemia (pages 284–288)

      R. GOMARIZ, J. LECETA, C. MARTINEZ, C. ABAD, D. GANEA and M. DELGADO

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06978.x

  12. Poster Papers: 3. Neurodevelopment and Neuroprotection

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part I. VIP/PACAP Receptors: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications, with Special Reference to Malignant Disease
    4. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part II. Neuroimmunology and Inflammation
    5. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part III. Neurodevelopment and Neuroprotection
    6. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part IV. Receptor and Peptide Expression
    7. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part V. Signal Transduction
    8. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part VI. Physiology, Interactions with Other Transmitters
    9. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part VII. Glucoregulation, Appetite, and Digestive Function
    10. Part VIII. The Viktor Mutt Memorial Lecture
    11. Poster Papers: 1. Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications, with Special Reference to Malignant Disease
    12. Poster Papers: 2. Neuroimmunology and Inflammation
    13. Poster Papers: 3. Neurodevelopment and Neuroprotection
    14. Poster Papers: 4. Receptor and Peptide Expression
    15. Poster Papers: 5. Signal Transduction
    16. Poster Papers: 6. Physiology, Interactions with Other Transmitters
    17. Poster Papers: 7. Glucoregulation, Appetite, and Digestive Function
    1. The Effect of Cardiac Arrest on the Permeability of the Mouse Blood-Brain and Blood-Spinal Cord Barriers to PACAP (pages 289–292)

      H. MIZUSHIMA, W. BANKS, K. DOHI, Y. NAKAMURA, K. MATSUMOTO and S. SHIODA

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06979.x

    2. PACAP Acts as a Neurotrophic Factor During Histogenesis of the Rat Cerebellar Cortex (pages 293–299)

      D. VAUDRY, B. J. GONZALEZ, M. BASILLE, T. F. PAMANTUNG, A. FOURNIER and H. VAUDRY

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06980.x

  13. Poster Papers: 4. Receptor and Peptide Expression

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part I. VIP/PACAP Receptors: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications, with Special Reference to Malignant Disease
    4. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part II. Neuroimmunology and Inflammation
    5. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part III. Neurodevelopment and Neuroprotection
    6. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part IV. Receptor and Peptide Expression
    7. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part V. Signal Transduction
    8. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part VI. Physiology, Interactions with Other Transmitters
    9. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part VII. Glucoregulation, Appetite, and Digestive Function
    10. Part VIII. The Viktor Mutt Memorial Lecture
    11. Poster Papers: 1. Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications, with Special Reference to Malignant Disease
    12. Poster Papers: 2. Neuroimmunology and Inflammation
    13. Poster Papers: 3. Neurodevelopment and Neuroprotection
    14. Poster Papers: 4. Receptor and Peptide Expression
    15. Poster Papers: 5. Signal Transduction
    16. Poster Papers: 6. Physiology, Interactions with Other Transmitters
    17. Poster Papers: 7. Glucoregulation, Appetite, and Digestive Function
    1. Molecular Cloning, mRNA Distribution and Pharmacological Characterization of a VIP/PACAP Receptor in the Frog Rana ridibunda (pages 300–303)

      D. ALEXANDRE, Y. ANOUAR, S. JÉGOU, A. FOURNIER and H. VAUDRY

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06981.x

    2. Distribution of PACAP Receptor mRNAs and PACAP Binding Sites in the Rat Brain During Development (pages 304–307)

      M. BASILLE, D. VAUDRY, Y. COULOUARN, S. JÉGOU, I. LIHRMANN, A. FOURNIER, H. VAUDRY and B.J. GONZALEZ

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06982.x

    3. Immunohistochemical and Immunochemical Evidence for Exprssion of Human Lung PACAP/VIP Receptors (pages 308–311)

      R. BUSTO, I. CARRERO, G. BODEGA, J. ZAPATERO and J. C. PRIETO

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06983.x

    4. Expression and Coupling of PACAP/VIP Receptors in Cortical Neurons and Type I Astrocytes (pages 312–316)

      MAURIZIO GRIMALDI and SEBASTIANO CAVALLARO

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06984.x

    5. Ultrastructural Localization of PACAP Immunoreactivity in the Rat Retina (pages 317–320)

      SACHIKO IZUMI, TAMOTSU SEKI, SEIJI SHIODA, C.-J. ZHOU, AKIRA ARIMURA and RYOHEI KOIDE

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06985.x

    6. PACAP and VIP in the Photoneuroendocrine System: From the Retina to the Pituitary Gland (pages 321–326)

      K. KÖVES, O. KÁNTOR, V. VERECZKI, M. KAUSZ, Á. NEMESKÉRI, K. FÓGEL, A. KISS, T. J. GÖRCS, G. SZEIFFERT and A. ARIMURA

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06986.x

    7. Prohormone Convertase PC4 Processes the Precursor of PACAP in the Testis (pages 333–339)

      MIN LI, MAJAMBU MBIKAY, KAZUHISA NAKAYAMA, ATSURO MIYATA and AKIRA ARIMURA

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06988.x

    8. Genomic Organization and Chromosomal Localization of the Mouse Pituitary Adenylate Cyclase Activating Polypeptide (PACAP) Gene (pages 344–348)

      ATSURO MIYATA, HIROFUMI SANO, MIN LI, YOUICHI MATSUDA, HIROYUKI KAIYA, KUMI SATO, HISAYUKI MATSUO, KENJI KANGAWA and AKIRA ARIMURA

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06990.x

    9. PACAP Receptor Expression in the Rat Adrenal Medulla by In situ Hybridization and Immunocytochemistry (pages 349–351)

      MASAYO MUROI, HISAYUKI FUNAHASHI, CHENG JI ZHOU, HIROKAZU OHTAKI, AKIRA ARIMURA and SEIJI SHIODA

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06991.x

    10. Alanine Scanning of VIP: Structure-Function Relationship for Binding to Human Recombinant VPAC1 Receptor (pages 352–356)

      P. NICOLE, C. ROUYER-FESSARD, A. OUVINEAU, C. DROUOT, P. FULCRAND, J. MARTINEZ and M. LABURTHE

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06992.x

    11. Sequences (103–110) and (116–120) of the Rat Secretin Receptor are Implicated in Secretin and VIP Recognition (pages 362–365)

      P. ROBBERECHT, E. DI PAOLO, N. MOGUILEVSKY, A. BOLLEN and M. WAELBROECK

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06994.x

    12. Gene Expression for PACAP Receptor mRNA in the Rat Retina by in Situ Hybridization and in Situ RT-PCR (pages 366–369)

      TAMOTSU SEKI, SACHIKO IZUMI, SEIJI SHIODA, CHENG JI ZHOU, AKIRA ARIMURA and RYOHEI KOIDE

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06995.x

    13. Organization of the Rat PACAP Gene (pages 370–372)

      SHERYL L. WHITE, VICTOR MAY and KAREN M. BRAAS

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06996.x

    14. Distribution of PACAP Receptor and Its Splice Variants in the Rat Brain by in Situ RT-PCR (pages 373–374)

      CHENG JI ZHOU, SAKAE KIKUYAMA, AKIRA ARIMURA and SEIJI SHIODA

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06997.x

    15. Ontogeny of PACAP Receptor and Its Splice Variants in the Rat Brain (pages 375–376)

      CHENG JI ZHOU, SAKAE KIKUYAMA, SHIGEO NAKAJO, AKIRA ARIMURA and SEIJI SHIODA

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06998.x

  14. Poster Papers: 5. Signal Transduction

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part I. VIP/PACAP Receptors: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications, with Special Reference to Malignant Disease
    4. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part II. Neuroimmunology and Inflammation
    5. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part III. Neurodevelopment and Neuroprotection
    6. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part IV. Receptor and Peptide Expression
    7. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part V. Signal Transduction
    8. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part VI. Physiology, Interactions with Other Transmitters
    9. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part VII. Glucoregulation, Appetite, and Digestive Function
    10. Part VIII. The Viktor Mutt Memorial Lecture
    11. Poster Papers: 1. Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications, with Special Reference to Malignant Disease
    12. Poster Papers: 2. Neuroimmunology and Inflammation
    13. Poster Papers: 3. Neurodevelopment and Neuroprotection
    14. Poster Papers: 4. Receptor and Peptide Expression
    15. Poster Papers: 5. Signal Transduction
    16. Poster Papers: 6. Physiology, Interactions with Other Transmitters
    17. Poster Papers: 7. Glucoregulation, Appetite, and Digestive Function
    1. Effect of Flutamide Androgen-Receptor Blockade on Rat Prostatic VIP Receptor/Effector System (pages 377–380)

      M. J. CARMENA, L. MONTALVO, R. M. SOLANO, C. CLEMENTE, I. D. ROMÁN, M. SÁNCHEZ-CHAPADO and J. C. PRIETO

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb06999.x

    2. VIP Regulates Angiotensinogen Synthesis in the Liver (pages 387–389)

      K. A. DUGGAN and V. Z.C. YE

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb07001.x

    3. Nerve Growth Factor Upregulates the PAC1 Promoter by Activating the MAP Kinase Pathway in Rat PC12 Cells (pages 390–394)

      F. JAMEN, J. C. LADEN, T. BOUSCHET, N. RODRIGUEZ-HENCHE, J. BOCKAERT and P. BRABET

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb07002.x

    4. Different Domains of the VIP Receptors Modulate Agonist Affinity and Intrinsic Activity (pages 395–399)

      M. G. JUARRANZ, J. Van RAMPELBERGH, P. GOURLET, M. WAELBROECK and P. ROBBERECHT

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb07003.x

  15. Poster Papers: 6. Physiology, Interactions with Other Transmitters

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part I. VIP/PACAP Receptors: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications, with Special Reference to Malignant Disease
    4. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part II. Neuroimmunology and Inflammation
    5. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part III. Neurodevelopment and Neuroprotection
    6. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part IV. Receptor and Peptide Expression
    7. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part V. Signal Transduction
    8. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part VI. Physiology, Interactions with Other Transmitters
    9. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part VII. Glucoregulation, Appetite, and Digestive Function
    10. Part VIII. The Viktor Mutt Memorial Lecture
    11. Poster Papers: 1. Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications, with Special Reference to Malignant Disease
    12. Poster Papers: 2. Neuroimmunology and Inflammation
    13. Poster Papers: 3. Neurodevelopment and Neuroprotection
    14. Poster Papers: 4. Receptor and Peptide Expression
    15. Poster Papers: 5. Signal Transduction
    16. Poster Papers: 6. Physiology, Interactions with Other Transmitters
    17. Poster Papers: 7. Glucoregulation, Appetite, and Digestive Function
    1. PAC1 Null Females Display Decreased Fertility (pages 400–404)

      F. JAMEN, N. RODRIGUEZ-HENCHE, F. PRALONG, B. JEGOU, R. GAILLARD, J. BOCKAERT and P. BRABET

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb07004.x

    2. The Inhibitory Effect of PACAP38 on Ovulation is Mediated by CRF and Endogenous Opioids (pages 405–409)

      O. KÁNTOR, J. MOLNÁR, A. HEINZELMANN, Z. FÜRST, A. ARIMURA and K. KÖVES

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb07005.x

    3. PACAP and VIP Induce Changes in Cytosolic Calcium in Putative Folliculostellate Cells of the Mouse Pituitary (pages 410–414)

      PETRA KUNZELMANN, AUDREY CREFF, KARL BAUER and PATRICE MOLLARD

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb07006.x

    4. PACAP Augments Nitric Oxide Synthesis in Rat Vascular Smooth Muscle Cells Stimulated with IL-1α (pages 415–419)

      HIROFUMI SANO, ATSURO MIYATA, KUMI SATO, HIROYUKI KAIYA, HISAYUKI MATSUO and KENJI KANGAWA

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb07007.x

    5. The Effect of VIP on Progesterone (PROG) Release in Dehydrated Male Rats (pages 425–428)

      ELZBIETA WASILEWSKA-DZIUBINSKA, MALGORZATA RADZIKOWSKA and BOGUSLAWA BARANOWSKA

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb07009.x

    6. Occurrence and Effect of PACAP in the Human Fetal Adrenal Gland (pages 429–433)

      LYNE BREAULT, LAURENT YON, MAÏTÉ MONTÉRO, LUCIE CHOUINARD, VINCENT CONTESSE, CATHERINE DELARUE, ALAIN FOURNIER, JEAN-GUY LEHOUX, HUBERT VAUDRY and NICOLE GALLO-PAYET

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb07010.x

  16. Poster Papers: 7. Glucoregulation, Appetite, and Digestive Function

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part I. VIP/PACAP Receptors: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications, with Special Reference to Malignant Disease
    4. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part II. Neuroimmunology and Inflammation
    5. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part III. Neurodevelopment and Neuroprotection
    6. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part IV. Receptor and Peptide Expression
    7. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part V. Signal Transduction
    8. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part VI. Physiology, Interactions with Other Transmitters
    9. VIP, PACAP, Glucagon, and Related Peptides: Fourth International Symposiuma: Part VII. Glucoregulation, Appetite, and Digestive Function
    10. Part VIII. The Viktor Mutt Memorial Lecture
    11. Poster Papers: 1. Diagnostic and Therapeutic Implications, with Special Reference to Malignant Disease
    12. Poster Papers: 2. Neuroimmunology and Inflammation
    13. Poster Papers: 3. Neurodevelopment and Neuroprotection
    14. Poster Papers: 4. Receptor and Peptide Expression
    15. Poster Papers: 5. Signal Transduction
    16. Poster Papers: 6. Physiology, Interactions with Other Transmitters
    17. Poster Papers: 7. Glucoregulation, Appetite, and Digestive Function
    1. PACAP Activates Pancreatic α-Cells in a Glucose Independent Manner (pages 438–442)

      SATOKO ARAHIRA, MASAMI KUSAO, SEIJI SHIODA and OSHIHIKO YADA

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb07012.x

    2. The Role of VIP and Somatostatin in the Control of GH and Prolactin Release in Anorexia Nervosa and in Obesity (pages 443–455)

      B. BARANOWSKA, M. RADZIKOWSKA, E. WASILEWSKA-DZIUBINSKA, K. ROGUSKI and M. BOROWIEC

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb07013.x

    3. PACAP27 Sensitizes Glucose Induced Insulin Secretion in INS-1 Cells (pages 456–459)

      KARIN FILIPSSON and BO AHRÉN

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb07014.x

    4. Distinctive Effects of Glicentin, GLP-1 and GLP-2 on Adaptive Response to Massive Distal Small Intestine Resection in Rats (pages 460–463)

      Y. HIROTANI, K. YAMAMOTO, C. YANAIHARA, L. BALASPIRI, N. YANAIHARA and K. KUROKAWA

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb07015.x

    5. Colocalization of GLP-1 and GIP in Human and Porcine Intestine (pages 469–472)

      KRISTINE MORTENSEN, LOUISE LUNDBY PETERSEN and CATHRINE ØRSKOV

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb07017.x

    6. Insulinotropin PACAP Potentiates Insulin Action: Stimulation of Glucose Uptake in 3T3-LI Adipocytes (pages 473–477)

      TOSHIHIKO YADA, MASANORI NAKATA and SEIJI SHIODA

      Version of Record online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2000.tb07018.x

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