Recent Progress in Hormone Research: v. 47
This volume aims to present recent developments in the field of hormone research, and includes examples of the molecular biological approach to understanding the mysteries of hormone action. It is intended to be of interest to biologists, endocrinologists and biochemists.
- Paperback | 388 pages
- 158.75 x 230 x 25.4mm | 698g
- 01 Dec 1991
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
Table of contents
The molecular mechanisms of action of a steroid hormone receptor, B.W. O'Malley et al; neuroendocrine control of human reproduction in the male, W.F. Crowley, Jr et al; immortalization of neuroendocrine cells by targeted oncogenesis, P.L. Mellon et al; neuroendocrine regulation of the LHRH pulse generator in the rat, J.E. Levine et al; gonadotropin releasing hormone pulses - regulators of gonadotropin synthesis and ovulatory cycles, J.C. Marshall et al; steroids, receptors and response elements - the limits of signal specificity, J.W. Funder; molecular biology of human renin and its gene, J.D. Baxter et al; cellular and molecular analysis of pancreatic islet cell lineage and differentiation, G. Teitelman; sulfonylurea signal transduction; a complex hormone response unit regulating transcription of the phosphoenolpyruvate carboxykinase gene - from metabolic pathways to molecular biology, A.E. Boyd et al; mammalian glucose transporters - structure and molecular regulation, C.F. Burant et al.