Ciba Foundation Symposium - Touch, Heat and Pain by Heat, and Pain London 1965 De Reuck, Anthony V. S. ;

By Heat, and Pain London 1965 De Reuck, Anthony V. S. ; Knight, Julie, ; Ciba Foundation. Ciba Foundation Symposium: Touch

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Chapter 1 Chairman's creation (pages 1–2): Professor O. E. Lowenstein
Chapter 2 move services of the surface and Muscle Senses (pages 3–26): S. S. Stevens
Chapter three Tissue Temperature and Thermal soreness (pages 27–56): J. D. Hardy and J. A. J. Stolwijk
Chapter four dimension of Responses to Chemically caused ache (pages 57–79): C. A. Keele
Chapter five common dialogue of part I (pages 80–85):
Chapter 6 Unit layout and Array styles in Receptor Organs (pages 86–116): T. A. Quilliam
Chapter 7 high-quality constitution of the Receptor Organs and its possible practical importance (pages 117–136): Nikolajs Cauna
Chapter eight common dialogue of part II (pages 137–144):
Chapter nine the connection of pores and skin Displacement to Receptor Activation (pages 145–163): U. Lindblom
Chapter 10 Nerve Membrane houses and Thermal Stimuli (pages 164–185): Richard W. Murray
Chapter eleven enter and Output Ends of a Transducer method (pages 186–202): Werner R. Loewenstein
Chapter 12 Initiation of Impulses by way of Mechanosensory Nerve Terminals (pages 203–231): M. Sato and M. Ozeki
Chapter thirteen common dialogue of part III (pages 232–236):
Chapter 14 Cutaneous Receptors with a excessive Sensitivity to Mechanical Displacement (pages 237–260): A. Iggo
Chapter 15 Excitation of the Dentinal Receptor within the teeth of the Cat (pages 261–274): Donald Scott
Chapter sixteen periods of Receptor devices Predominantly with regards to Thermal Stimuli (pages 275–290): Herbert Hensel
Chapter 17 basic dialogue of part IV (pages 291–298):
Chapter 18 The illustration of knowledge of Receptor devices Signalling Mechanical occasions approximately swift adjustments in a inhabitants (pages 299–324): J. A. B. Gray
Chapter 19 The Neural Transformation of Mechanical Stimuli brought to the Monkey's Hand (pages 325–351): Vernon B. Mountcastle, William H. Talbot and Hans H. Kornhuber
Chapter 20 common dialogue of part V (pages 352–358):
Chapter 21 Concluding dialogue (pages 359–374):
Chapter 22 Chairman's remaining feedback (pages 375–376): Professor O. E. Lowenstein

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Mol. /mol. (Henriques, 1947)(based on the hypothesis of Henriques that cutaneous thermal injury is due to inactivation of 66 vital cellular proteins” by heat). /mol. ’c for enzymic reactions. As noted by Chick and Martin (I~IO),the great sensitivity of kd to temperature and the relative insensitivity of k, to temperature ensures that kd will exceed k, at some temperature for every protein, Without implying that a single master reaction, in the Crozier sense (Crozier, 1g24),is responsible for the changes in the pain nerve ending, it can be valuable to explore the concept that a highly sensitive thermal reaction (that is, the inactivation of protein by heat) results in the accumulation of some critical amount of P*, THERMAL PAIN 41 “inactive” protein, which brings about the permeability changes responsible for the generator potential at the pain endmg, the firing of the neurone, the sensation of pain and its adaptation.

10. Analogue computer diagram for solving the equations of heat flow in the skin. layer I) of 34"c, and a temperature of layer 8 of 36"c. The immersion in the water bath at 40"c (hobecomes very large) takes place at zero time and integration proceeds for the desired time. Temperature records can be made for each layer in succession, as shown in Fig. 6. The temperature changes of a particular layer (in this case, layer 3) THERMAL PAIN 49 can be used to calculate the instantaneous values of the rates of protein inactivation and repair for the cutaneous pain fibre ending by connecting the voltage output from amplifier No.

A . J . STOLWIJK SO DODT,E. (1954). Actuphysiol. , 31, 83-96. , and ZOTTERMAN, Y. (1952). Actuphysiol. , 26, 345-357. , LAIDLER, K. , and EYRING, H. (1941). The Theory of Rate Processes. New York: McGraw-Hill. GREENE, L. , and HARDY, J. D. (1962). J. uppl. , 17, 693-696. HARDY, J. D. (1953). J. uppl. , 5 , 725-739. HARDY, J. , WOLFF, H. , and GOODELL, H. (1952). Pain Sensations and Reactions, pp. 87-122. Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins. HENRIQUES, F. , Jr. (1947). Am. J. , 23, 489-502. HENRIQUES, F.

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