Intercellular Signalling in the Mammary Gland

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Colin J. Wilde, Malcolm Peaker, Christopher H. Knight
Springer Dordrecht, 1995 - Medical - 296 pages
Papers from the April 1994 symposium present current research in physiological and pathological processes involved in short-distance chemical signalling within the mammary gland, and address subjects including the intramammary and the autocrine control of milk secretion in women and animals, genes i

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The environment of the mammary secretory cell
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Role of bovine placental lactogen in intercellular signalling
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Local signals for growth cessation and differentiation in the mammary gland
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