Endocrinology of the Lung

Endocrinology of the Lung

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Carole Mendelson has assembled a panel of leading investigators to critically review the various classes of endocrine, paracrine, and neuroendocrine factors that play a role in the regulation of lung development and surfactant production. Special attention is accorded the actions of glucocorticoids in lung development and the synthesis of surfactant glycerophospholipids and proteins. Also extensively treated are the roles of cell-cell interactions and the elaboration of various growth factors and bioactive peptides in pulmonary cell differentiation, gene expression, and pathophysiology. State-of-the-art and comprehensive, Endocrinology of the Lung constitutes a powerful new standard guide that illuminates the complex endocrinology of the lung for all those actively investigating hormone action in pulmonary biology and medicine today.(B)By 20wkgestation, PNECclusters represent the majority of PNeCsin the lung parenchyma, which eventually become innervated, termedNeBs. NeBsare scattered throughout the bronchiolar epithelium (giveninmagenta in diagram on left, anbsp;...

Title:Endocrinology of the Lung
Author:Carole R. Mendelson
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2000-01-01


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