Recent Progress in Hormone Research, Volume 33 covers the Proceedings of the 1976 Laurentian Hormone Conference. The book discusses the expanding significance of hypothalamic peptides; the LATS in Graves' disease; and the ontogenesis of hypothalamic-pituitary-thyroid function and metabolism in human, sheep, and rat. The text also describes the antimullerian hormone; the evolution of gonadotropin structure and function; and the biosynthesis of parathyroid hormone. The carbon-13 nuclear magnetic resonance investigations of hormone structure and function; the regulation of vasopressin function in health and disease; and some considerations of the role of the antidiuretic hormone in water homeostasis are also considered. The book further tackles the clinical significance of circulating proinsulin and C-peptide; glucagon and the A cells; and a newly recognized pancreatic polypeptide. The text then encompasses the steroid hormone actions in tissue culture cells and cell hybrids and their relation to human malignancies; and the role of hormones on digestive and urinary tract carcinogenesis. Endocrinologists, neuroendocrinologists, and oncologists will find the book invaluable.... number of injections of antigen that were given at monthly intervals; the rabbits were bled 1 week after each injection. As shown, the antisera to guinea pig leukocytes raised in rabbits Cicero and Socrates and to lymphocytes in rabbit Che progressively stimulated ... supported by grants from the Medical Research Council of Canada (MT884 and MA 5190) and the U.S. Public Health Service ( AM 04121).
|Title||:||Recent Progress in Hormone Research|
|Author||:||Roy O. Greep|
|Publisher||:||Academic Press - 2013-10-22|