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Psychiatry as a Neuroscience by Wolfgang Gaebel, Mario Maj, Norman Sartorius, Juan José

By Wolfgang Gaebel, Mario Maj, Norman Sartorius, Juan José López-Ibor Jr.

Psychiatry as a Neuroscience presents an summary of contemporary stable advances in organic psychiatry that are of scientific relevance.

those comprise

* psychoneuroendocrinological and psychoimmunological findings in significant melancholy
* genetic and neuroimaging info in schizophrenia
* molecular genetic findings in Alzheimer's affliction
* neuroimaging info in obsessive-compulsive sickness.
This booklet could be of curiosity to psychiatrists and psychologists, neuroscientists, managers and coverage makers.

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The number of proteins is estimated to be ten times as high, about 300 000, since a gene can encode for multiple proteins by its subsequent ``tailoring'' and processing. Combinatorial chemistry has increased the pool of compounds that can be generated and tested against a specific protein target, and rational drug design based on structural imaging and modelling of proteins speeds up the drug discovery process by providing specific key-in-lock parameters for lead compounds. Further on the horizon, neuronal stem cells may lead to transplant approaches for those mental disorders where cell loss is involved, as is currently attempted in neurology for Parkinson's disease, for example.

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