3 edition of Regulatory mechanisms affecting gonadal hormone action found in the catalog.
Regulatory mechanisms affecting gonadal hormone action
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by J. A. Thomas and R. L. Singhal.|
|Series||Advances in sex hormone research ; v. 3|
|Contributions||Thomas, J. A. 1933-, Singhal, R. L. 1940-|
|LC Classifications||QP572.S4 R43|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 340 p. :|
|Number of Pages||340|
|LC Control Number||76051746|
The book focuses on the expression of genes regulating ovarian differentiation as well as the signaling mechanisms affecting ovarian differentiation and ste- roidogenesis, and is categorized into five parts. Parts I-IV include 17 invited arti- cles ( pages). Part V consists of Advances in molecular biology have led to the identification of mutations within several novel genes associated with the phenotype of isolated growth hormone deficiency, combined pituitary hormone deficiency, and syndromes such as septo-optic dysplasia. Progress has also been made in terms of the optimum diagnosis of disorders of stature and their by:
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This book includes ten chapters that review, in depth, various aspects of reproductive function. The chapters deal with animal studies and with studies and topics clinically relevant to humans. In general, the chapters are well written, detailed, and Cited by: 1. Further evidence in support of a short-loop feedback action of estrogen on ovarian androgen production.
Author links open D.T. ARMSTRONG and J.H. DORRINGTON, in Regulatory Mechanisms Affecting Gonadal Hormone Action, Vol. 3: Advances in Sex Hormone Research, edited by J.A. Thomas and R.L. Singhal, pp.University Park Press Cited by: 1. Author(s): Thomas,J A(John A.),; Singhal,Radhey Lal,ed.
Title(s): Regulatory mechanisms affecting gonadal hormone action/ edited by J. Thomas and R. Author(s): Singhal,R L; Kinson,G A; Tsang,B K Title(s): The endocrine and biochemical consequences of vasectomy in mammalian systems/ R.L. Singhal, G.A. Kinson, B. On the other hand, drugs without inherent hormonal activity are able to affect particular target organs of the endocrine system.
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CHAPTER 4 HORMONAL ACTION Principles and Practice of Endocrinology and Metabolism CHAPTER 4 HORMONAL ACTION DARYL K. GRANNER General Features of Hormone Systems and Historical Perspective Target Cell Concept Hormone Receptors General Features Recognition and Coupling Domains of Receptors Receptor Occupancy and Bioeffect Agonist.
Hormone production and release are primarily controlled by negative feedback. In negative feedback systems, a stimulus elicits the release of a substance; once the substance reaches a certain level, it sends a signal that stops further release of the : Charles Molnar, Jane Gair, Molnar, Charles, Gair, Jane.
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Guohui Shang, Xuyan Peng, Cheng Ji, Gang Zhai, Yonglin Ruan, Qiyong Lou, Xia Jin, Jiangyan He, Han Wang, Zhan Yin, Steroidogenic acute regulatory protein and luteinizing hormone are required for normal ovarian steroidogenesis and oocyte maturation in zebrafish, Biology of Reproduction, VolumeIssue 4, OctoberPages –, https Cited by: 1.
The endocrine system acts by releasing hormones that in turn trigger actions in specific target cells. Receptors on target cell membranes bind only to one type of hormone. More than fifty human hormones have been identified; all act by binding to receptor molecules.
Hormone levels are primarily controlled through negative feedback, in which rising levels of a hormone inhibit its further release. The pituitary gland is located at the base of the brain.
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