Arachidonic Acid
A Tale of Two Roles
An Overview Of The Arachidonic Acid Cascade
How Is Arachidonic Acid Provided To Neurons?
Free Arachidonic Acid Is Rapidly Stored In Neuronal Phospholipids
Arachidonic Acid Is Released From Phospholipids By Receptor Stimulation
Some Neurotransmitter Receptors Inhibit Arachidonic Acid Release
A Third Group Of Receptors Facilitates Arachidonic Acid Release, But Does Not Stimulate It Directly
Arachidonic Acid Metabolism In The Brain
Cytochrome P450
Anandamide, An Endogenous Cannabinoid Substance
In Search Of A Function
Intracellular Second Messengers Of Presynaptic Inhibition?
Arachidonic Acid, A Second Messenger Activator Of Protein Kinase C?
Trans-Synaptic Actions Of The Eicosanoids
Retrograde Messengers Of Long-Term Potentiation?
Retrograde Messengers At The Developing Synapse?
Prostaglandins And Leukotrienes As Neuromodulators
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published 2000