Molecular and Cell Endocrinology, Volume 1; Volume 10, Part 1
E. Edward Bittar, Neville Bittar
Elsevier, 1997 - Science - 684 pages
This volume seeks to provide a coherent account of the science of molecular and cellular endocrinology. It covers areas such as endocrine feedback control in health and disease, insulin resistance and insulin deficiency, the endothelins, and genetic engineering in the study of hormones.
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CorticotropinReleasing Hormone Neurosecretory
Steroid Hormone and Related Receptors
Enzyme Modulation of Access to Corticosteroid
Control of Steroid Receptor Function and Gene
Molecular Mechanisms of Thyroid Hormone
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