2 edition of Singhal Cellular Mechanisms Modulating Gonadal Hormone Action found in the catalog.
Singhal Cellular Mechanisms Modulating Gonadal Hormone Action
May 6, 1976
by John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||480|
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The primary hormone produced by the male testes is testosterone, a steroid hormone important in the development of the male reproductive system, the maturation of sperm cells, and the development of male secondary sex characteristics such as a deepened voice, body hair, and increased muscle mass. Interestingly, testosterone is also produced in. Hormones- Mechanism of Action, Regulation and Clearance Physiol Views Hormones are chemical messengers, directly secreted into the blood or extracellular fluid, which bind specific receptors on target cells, to initiate a cascade of events within the cells, producing the effect.
week of gestation. The initial formation of the bipotential gonad (from uncommitted urogenital ridge) requires the function of Wilm’s tumor (WT1) and steroidogenic factor (SF-1). Both are transcription factors (see glossary) and key in both gonadal and kidney development. Fig. Time course of differentiation of the bipotential Size: KB. Now, let's put this information together to understand the mechanism of action of a hormone like glucagon: Glucagon binds its receptor in the plasma membrane of target cells (e.g. hepatocytes). Bound receptor interacts with and, through a set of G proteins, turns on adenylate cyclase, which is also an integral membrane protein.
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Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or Cited by: 1. Features articles reporting recent progress in the understanding of the control of proliferative growth in estrogen- and androgen-responsive normal tissues and neoplasms.
There are ten chapters, each followed by a bibliography, and a barely adequate index. This book will be of interest only to serious students of the mechanisms of hormone action.
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Cellular mechanisms modulating gonadal action. Baltimore: University Park Press, © (OCoLC) Online version: Cellular mechanisms modulating gonadal action. Baltimore: University Park Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: R L Singhal; J A Thomas. Cellular Mechanisms Modulating Gonadal Hormone Action: Advances in Sex Hormone Research Br Med J ; BibTeX (win & mac) Download EndNote (tagged) DownloadCited by: 1.
Features articles reporting recent progress in the understanding of the control of proliferative growth in estrogen- and androgen-responsive normal tissues and neoplasms. There are ten chapters, each followed by a bibliography, and a barely adequate index. This book will be of interest only to serious students of the mechanisms of hormone action.
Cellular Mechanisms Modulating Gonadal Hormone Action: Advances in Sex Hormone Research By Arnold Klopper Topics: Book ReviewAuthor: Arnold Klopper. In R. Singhal and J. Thomas (eds.), Cellular Mechanisms Modulating Gonadal Hormone Action, University Park Press, Baltimore,pp.
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Contents: The formation and metabolism by animal tissues of glycosides of steroid hormones / D.S. Layne, R.S. Labow, and D.G. Williamson --Androgen binding and metabolism / K.J. Tveter, V. Hansson, and O. Unhjem --Aspects of the mechanism of action of hypothalamic releasing hormones.
In Cellular Mechanisms Modulating Gonadal Hormone Action (Edited by R. Singhal and J. Thomas). University Park Press, Baltimore () pp. : Adele J. Wolfson, Janey Sue Andrews, Elizabeth P. Roquemore. Cellular Mechanisms Modulating Gonadal Hormone Action.
Advance in Sex Hormone Research Vol 2. Edited by R adhey L. S inghal and J. T homas Pathology of the Fetus and the Infant. Cellular receptors and hormone action 2. Characteristics of physiological receptors 3. Plasma membrane hormone receptors 4.
Second messengers of hormone action 5. Membrane receptor signal transduction 6. Phosphorylated proteins as physiological effectors 7. Multiple membrane messengers 8. Eicosanoids and hormone action 9. Nuclear hormone File Size: 3MB. Only recently has significant progress been made in elucidating the mechanisms of action of gonadal steroids on their peripheral target organs.
It is not surprising, therefore, that the mechanisms of action of these hormones on the brain are poorly by: 4. R.L. Singhal, J.A. Thomas (Eds.), Cellular Mechanisms Modulating Gonadal Hormone Action, University Park Press, Baltimore, MD (), p.
Google Scholar Moore, Cited by: 2. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: Guinea pig seminal vesicle epithelium: a model for androgen action / C.M. Veneziale, R.C. Steer, and K. Buchi --Significance of polyamines in reproduction / A.R.
Sheth and S.B. Moodbidri --Mechanisms in the control of uterine contractility / J.F. Krall and S.G. Korenman --Roles. Testosterone Deficiency Syndrome: Cellular and Molecular Mechanism of Action A closer look at the cellular and molecular mechanisms of androgen action.
gonadal axis and antagonizing its. In Cellular Mechanisms Modulating Gonadal Hormone Action (Edited by Singhal R. and Thomas J. A.), pp. University Park Press, Baltimore.
Smith K. T., Cousins R. J., Silbon B. and Failla, M. () Zinc absorption and metabolism by isolated vascular perfused rat by: 1. Author(s): Thomas,J A(John A.),; Singhal,R L(Radhey Lal), Title(s): Cellular mechanisms modulating gonadal action/ edited by R.
Singhal, J. Thomas. Prostaglandin (PG)E and OH PGE, now considered to be the most important of the human seminal prostaglandins, were assayed in infertile and normal men. In the 15 volunteers PGE and OH PGE levels Cited by: Gonadal Hormones and InhibitorsMa.
Kinson. In: Singhal, R.L. and Thomas, J.A., eds. Cellular mechanisms.In this chapter, we shall discuss one aspect of the cellular mechanism of action of steroid hormones on social behaviors, the role of steroid hormone receptors. Unfortunately, the study of cellular mechanisms of hormones is not compatible with many social by: Reframing sexual differentiation of the brain.
during development by the action of gonadal hormones was first diversity in the cellular mechanisms of steroid hormone action Cited by: