Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences

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March 2001

Volume 933 THE ROLE OF NEURAL PLASTICITY IN CHEMICAL INTOLERANCE

Pages ix–xi, 1–329

  1. Frontmatter

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part I. Chemical Intolerance in Humans
    4. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part II. Animal Models for Chemical Intolerance: Role of Central Nervous System Plasticity
    5. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part III. Neural Plasticity in Pathological Pain
    6. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part IV. Cytokines, Chronic Fatigue States, and Sickness Behavior
    7. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part V. Physiological Stress and the Neuroendocrine Axis
    8. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part VI. Neural Conditioning
    9. Poster Papers
    1. Preface (pages ix–xi)

      Barbara A. Sorg and Iris R. Bell

      Article first published online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2001.tb05809.x

  2. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part I. Chemical Intolerance in Humans

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part I. Chemical Intolerance in Humans
    4. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part II. Animal Models for Chemical Intolerance: Role of Central Nervous System Plasticity
    5. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part III. Neural Plasticity in Pathological Pain
    6. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part IV. Cytokines, Chronic Fatigue States, and Sickness Behavior
    7. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part V. Physiological Stress and the Neuroendocrine Axis
    8. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part VI. Neural Conditioning
    9. Poster Papers
    1. The Compelling Anomaly of Chemical Intolerance (pages 1–23)

      Claudia S. Miller

      Article first published online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2001.tb05810.x

    2. Controlled Exposures to Volatile Organic Compounds in Sensitive Groups (pages 24–37)

      Nancy Fiedler and Howard M. Kipen

      Article first published online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2001.tb05811.x

    3. The Iowa Follow-up of Chemically Sensitive Persons (pages 48–56)

      Donald W. Black, Christopher Okiishi and Steven Schlosser

      Article first published online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2001.tb05813.x

  3. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part II. Animal Models for Chemical Intolerance: Role of Central Nervous System Plasticity

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part I. Chemical Intolerance in Humans
    4. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part II. Animal Models for Chemical Intolerance: Role of Central Nervous System Plasticity
    5. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part III. Neural Plasticity in Pathological Pain
    6. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part IV. Cytokines, Chronic Fatigue States, and Sickness Behavior
    7. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part V. Physiological Stress and the Neuroendocrine Axis
    8. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part VI. Neural Conditioning
    9. Poster Papers
    1. Repeated Formaldehyde Effects in an Animal Model for Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (pages 57–67)

      Barbara A. Sorg, Matthew L. Tschirgi, Samantha Swindell, Lichao Chen and Jidong Fang

      Article first published online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2001.tb05814.x

    2. Environmental Risks and Public Health (pages 112–118)

      Bernard D. Goldstein

      Article first published online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2001.tb05818.x

  4. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part III. Neural Plasticity in Pathological Pain

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part I. Chemical Intolerance in Humans
    4. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part II. Animal Models for Chemical Intolerance: Role of Central Nervous System Plasticity
    5. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part III. Neural Plasticity in Pathological Pain
    6. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part IV. Cytokines, Chronic Fatigue States, and Sickness Behavior
    7. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part V. Physiological Stress and the Neuroendocrine Axis
    8. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part VI. Neural Conditioning
    9. Poster Papers
    1. Sensitization, Subjective Health Complaints, and Sustained Arousal (pages 119–129)

      Holger Ursin and Hege R. Eriksen

      Article first published online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2001.tb05819.x

    2. Representation of Acute and Persistent Pain in the Human CNS: Potential Implications for Chemical Intolerance (pages 130–141)

      Pierre Rainville, M. Catherine Bushnell and Gary H. Duncan

      Article first published online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2001.tb05820.x

    3. Central Neuroplasticity and Pathological Pain (pages 157–174)

      Ronald Melzack, Terence J. Coderre, Joel Katz and Anthony L. Vaccarino

      Article first published online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2001.tb05822.x

  5. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part IV. Cytokines, Chronic Fatigue States, and Sickness Behavior

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part I. Chemical Intolerance in Humans
    4. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part II. Animal Models for Chemical Intolerance: Role of Central Nervous System Plasticity
    5. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part III. Neural Plasticity in Pathological Pain
    6. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part IV. Cytokines, Chronic Fatigue States, and Sickness Behavior
    7. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part V. Physiological Stress and the Neuroendocrine Axis
    8. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part VI. Neural Conditioning
    9. Poster Papers
    1. Cytokines and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (pages 185–200)

      Roberto Patarca

      Article first published online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2001.tb05824.x

    2. The Role of Cytokines in Physiological Sleep Regulation (pages 211–221)

      James M. Krueger, Ferenc Obál Jr., Jidong Fang, Takeshi Kubota and Ping Taishi

      Article first published online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2001.tb05826.x

  6. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part V. Physiological Stress and the Neuroendocrine Axis

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part I. Chemical Intolerance in Humans
    4. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part II. Animal Models for Chemical Intolerance: Role of Central Nervous System Plasticity
    5. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part III. Neural Plasticity in Pathological Pain
    6. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part IV. Cytokines, Chronic Fatigue States, and Sickness Behavior
    7. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part V. Physiological Stress and the Neuroendocrine Axis
    8. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part VI. Neural Conditioning
    9. Poster Papers
  7. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part VI. Neural Conditioning

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part I. Chemical Intolerance in Humans
    4. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part II. Animal Models for Chemical Intolerance: Role of Central Nervous System Plasticity
    5. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part III. Neural Plasticity in Pathological Pain
    6. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part IV. Cytokines, Chronic Fatigue States, and Sickness Behavior
    7. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part V. Physiological Stress and the Neuroendocrine Axis
    8. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part VI. Neural Conditioning
    9. Poster Papers
    1. Acquiring Symptoms in Response to Odors: A Learning Perspective on Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (pages 278–290)

      Omer Van den Bergh, Stephan Devriese, Winnie Winters, Hendrik Veulemans, Benoit Nemery, Paul Eelen and Karel P. van de Woestijne

      Article first published online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2001.tb05831.x

  8. Poster Papers

    1. Top of page
    2. Frontmatter
    3. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part I. Chemical Intolerance in Humans
    4. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part II. Animal Models for Chemical Intolerance: Role of Central Nervous System Plasticity
    5. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part III. Neural Plasticity in Pathological Pain
    6. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part IV. Cytokines, Chronic Fatigue States, and Sickness Behavior
    7. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part V. Physiological Stress and the Neuroendocrine Axis
    8. The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance: Part VI. Neural Conditioning
    9. Poster Papers
    1. Central Nervous System Effects from a Peripherally Acting Cholinesterase Inhibiting Agent: Interaction with Stress or Genetics (pages 310–314)

      Kevin D. Beck, Guanping Zhu, Dawn Beldowicz, Francis X. Brennan, John E. Ottenweller, Roberta L. Moldow and Richard J. Servatius

      Article first published online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2001.tb05833.x

    2. Symptom Learning in Response to Odors in a Single Odor Respiratory Learning Paradigm (pages 315–318)

      Winnie Winters, Stephan Devriese, Paul Eelen, Hendrik Veulemans, Benoit Nemery and Omer Van den Bergh

      Article first published online: 25 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2001.tb05834.x

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