Hormones and Signaling, Volume 2 (Google eBook)

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Academic Press, Oct 25, 1999 - Medical - 403 pages
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Hormones and Signaling focuses on the mechanisms of gene regulation at the cellular level. It also describes the actions of hormones in modulating gene regulation and animal development.

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* Glococorticoid and mineralcorticoid signaling
* Orphan nuclear receptors
* Nuclear receptor coactivators
* Cytokines and STAT signaling
* Coordination of cAMP signaling events through PKA anchoring
* G protein-coupled extracellular Ca2+ (Ca2+0)-sensing receptor (CaR)
* Pancreatic islet development
* Genetic analysis of androgen receptors in development and disease
* Antioprogestin regulable gene switch for induction of gene expression in vivo
* Steroid receptor knockout model

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Lessons from Gene Targeting
An Emerging Family of Metabolic Regulators
Chapter 3 Nuclear Receptor Coactivators
Chapter 4 Cytokines and STAT Signaling
Chapter 5 Coordination of cAMP Signaling Events through PKA Anchoring
Roles in Cell Signaling and Control of Diverse Cellular Functions
Chapter 7 Pancreatic Islet Development
Chapter 8 Genetic Analysis of Androgen Receptors in Development and Disease
Chapter 9 An Antiprogestin Regulable Gene Switch for Induction of Gene Expression in Vivo
Phenotypes and Responses Illustrate Interactions between Receptor Signaling Pathways in Vivo

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Page 18 - Analysis of transcription and estrogen insensitivity in the female mouse after targeted disruption of the estrogen receptor gene. Mol. Endocrinol.

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About the author (1999)

August is affiliated with Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland.

Anders is affiliated with the University of Rochester.

Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas

Joseph T. Coyle is the Eben S. Draper Chair of Psychiatry and Neuroscience at McLean Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Belmont, MA, USA.

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