Advances in Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology, Volume 2
Elsevier, Jan 23, 1998 - Medical - 202 pages
Volume 2 has focused on aspects of the pituitary gland both anterior (growth hormone and prolactin receptors, and GH action) and posterior (vasopressin) pituitary. In addition, thyroid cancer and steroidogenic enzymes and precocious puberty are covered. Finally, the "hot topics" include leptin and growth factor signaling.
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Chapter 2 Molecular Aspects of Growth Hormone Action
Chapter 3 Leptin
Chapter 4 Cellular Mechanisms of Signal Transduction for Growth Factors
Chapter 5 TissueSpecific Expression of the Cyp19 Aromatase Gene
Chapter 6 Molecular Aspects of Precocious Puberty
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