Today's Neuroscience, Tomorrow's History - Professor Geoffrey Burnstock

By Professor Geoffrey Burnstock

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Episode Date
School and university years
02:59
Aug 27, 2012
Developing the sucrose gap technique for smooth muscle
02:19
Aug 27, 2012
Discovering the NANC transmitter, 1962
04:20
Aug 27, 2012
Discovering that ATP (or related nucleotide) is the potential NANC transmitter, 1970
04:17
Aug 27, 2012
The ATP transmission hypothesis
02:59
Aug 27, 2012
Discovering co-transmission of ATP, 1976
03:30
Aug 27, 2012
Co-transmission in sympathetic and parasympathetic nerves
02:02
Aug 27, 2012
Co-transmission in the NANC nerves
01:16
Aug 27, 2012
Transmitter synergism
02:15
Aug 27, 2012
The Chair of Anatomy at UCL, 1975 the secret of a successful department
01:59
Aug 27, 2012
Discovering receptor antagonists theophylline
01:54
Aug 27, 2012
Discovering receptor antagonists how caffeine works
00:46
Aug 27, 2012
Adenosine receptors prove therapeutically disappointing
02:57
Aug 27, 2012
Breakthrough in purinergic signalling concept, 1985
01:40
Aug 27, 2012
Discovering the first ATP receptors, 1990s
02:49
Aug 27, 2012
Fast response receptors and the mysteries of P2X7
02:05
Aug 27, 2012
Interaction between purino and other receptors
01:58
Aug 27, 2012
The next challenge linking purinoreceptors and behaviour
02:51
Aug 27, 2012
ATP and evolution
03:16
Aug 27, 2012
Purinoreceptors and embryological development
01:32
Aug 27, 2012
Therapeutic outcomes clopidogrel
01:25
Aug 27, 2012
Therapeutic outcomes - ATP and pain mechanisms
02:50
Aug 27, 2012
Therapeutic outcomes - incontinence
00:42
Aug 27, 2012
The dynamics of purinergic transmission
03:34
Aug 27, 2012
Directed research or nurturing the creative spirit
01:24
Aug 27, 2012
Ideas for future research and an offer to young scientists
03:38
Aug 27, 2012