Volume 41, Issue 1, 1992


Symposium on "Volume Clamp Method of Blood Pressure Measurement in Man"

  • Physiol. Res. 41: 5-10, 1992;  Full version (PDF file)

    Criteria for set point estimation in the volume clamp method of blood pressure measurement.
    J. Peňáz (Dept. Physiol., Masaryk Univ., Brno, Czechoslovakia)

  • Physiol. Res. 41: 11-17, 1992;  Full version (PDF file)  

    Continuous non-invasive blood pressure monitoring in patients with sleep disorders.
    T. Penzel, J. Mayer, J.H. Peter, T. Podszus, K.H. Voigt, P. von Wichert (Med. Policlin. Philipps-Univ., Marburg, FRG)

  • Physiol. Res. 41: 19-23, 1992;  Full version (PDF file)

    Heart rate and arterial pressure variability in humans during different orthostatic load.
    F. Rossberg, J. Peňáz (Carl Ludwig Inst. Physiol., Univ. Leipzig, Leipzig, FRG)

  • Physiol. Res. 41: 25-29, 1992;  Full version (PDF file)

    Pressure wave cardiography; cardiac diagnosis by means of noninvasive continuous blood pressure record.
    B. Fišer, N. Honzíková, B. Semrád (Dept. Physiol., Masaryk Univ., Brno, Czechoslovakia) 25-29

  • Physiol. Res. 41: 31-37, 1992;  Full version (PDF file)

    Noninvasive determination of baroreflex sensitivity in man by means of spectral analysis.
    N. Honzíková, B. Fišer, J. Honzík (Dept. Physiol., Masaryk Univ., Brno, Czechoslovakia) 

    Symposium on "Modulation of body temperature control by humoral substances"

  • Physiol. Res. 41: 41-48, 1992;  Full version (PDF file)

    Vasopressin in thermoregulation - competitive demands: Experimental evidence and theoretical considerations.
    M. Horowitz, Y. Epstein, Y. Shapiro (Dept. Physiol., Hadassah Med. School., Hebrew Univ., Jerusalem, Israel)

  • Physiol. Res. 41: 49-55, 1992;  Full version (PDF file)

    Evidence for antipyretic vasopressinergic pathways and their modulation by noradrenergic afferents.
    J. Roth., E. Zeisberger (Physiol. Inst., Klin, JLU Giessen, Giessen, FRG)

  • Physiol. Res. 41: 57-61, 1992;  Full version (PDF file) 

    A discrete mode of the antipyretic action of AVP, α-MSH and ACTH.
    H.M. Ehymayed, L. Janský (Dept. Comparat. Physiol., Fac. Sci., Charles Univ., Prague, Czechoslovakia)

  • Physiol. Res. 41: 63-64, 1992;  Full version (PDF file) 

    Quantitative aspects of the fever response elicited by intracerebral injection of endotoxin in the guinea-pig.
    K. Spížková, B. Štefl (Dept. Physiol., Develop. Biol., Fac. Sci., Prague, Czechoslovakia)

  • Physiol. Res. 41: 65-69, 1992;  Full version (PDF file)

    The role of serotonergic system in body temperature regulation.
    M. Nagai (Dept. Physiol., Med. Univ. Yamanashi, Tamaho, Nakakoma, Yamanashi, Japan)

  • Physiol. Res. 41: 71-75, 1992;  Full version (PDF file)

    Modulation of cutaneous cold receptor function by electrolytes, hormones and thermal adaptation.
    K. Schäffer, H.A. Braun (Inst. Physiol., Klin. Univ., Frankfurt, FRG)

  • Physiol. Res. 41: 77-81, 1992;  Full version (PDF file)

    Effects of temperature and neuroactive substances on hypothalamic neurones in vitro: Possible implications for the induction of fever.
    T. Hori, T. Kiyohara, T. Nakashima, K. Mizuno, H. Muratani, T. Katafuchi (Dept. Physiol., Fac. Med., Kyushu Univ., Fukuoka, Japan)

  • Physiol. Res. 41: 83-84, 1992;  Full version (PDF file) 

    Properties of hypothalamic temperature sensitive and insensitive neurones.
    J.A. Boulant (Dept. Physiol., Ohio State Univ., Columbus, Ohio, USA)

  • Physiol. Res. 41: 85-88, 1992;  Full version (PDF file) 

    The effect of PGE2 on activity and thermosensitivity of hypothalamic neurones in rat brain slices.
    L. Janský, Fr.-K. Pierau, J. Schenda (Dept. Comparât. Physiol., Fac. Sci., Charles Univ., Prague, Czechoslovakia)

  • Physiol. Res. 40: 89-90, 1991;  Full version (PDF file)

    Does the effect of AVP on hypothalamic neurones support its proposed role in endogenous antipyresis?
    J. Moravec, Fr.-K. Pierau (Fac. Sci., Charles Univ., Prague, Czechoslovakia)

  • Physiol. Res. 40: 91-92, 1991;  Full version (PDF file)

    Burst activity and synaptic mechanisms in a hypothalamic network grown in culture.
    U. Misgeld, D. Swandulla (I. Physiol. Inst, Univ. Heidelberg, Heidelberg, FRG)

  • Physiol. Res. 40: 93-94, 1991;  Full version (PDF file)

    Osmoreception in the duck’s brain identified by neurophysiological methods and phylogenetic structural cues.
    E. Simon (Max-Planck/W.G. Kerckhoff Inst., Bad Nauheim, FRG)

  • Physiol. Res. 40: 95-97, 1991;  Full version (PDF file)

    In vitro receptor autoradiography: a map for exploring the hypothalamus.
    K. Matsumura, Y. Watanabe, H. Onoe, Y. Koyama, Y. Watanabe (Dept. Biomed. Engineering, Suzuka Univ. Med. Sci. Technol., Suzuka, Mie, Japan)

    This number was issued in February 1992

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