Recent Progress in Hormone Research, Volume 31 covers the proceedings of the 1974 Laurentian Hormone Conference held in Mount Tremblant, Quebec, Canada, on August 25-30, 1974.
The book discusses the relationship between catecholamines and other hormones; the hormone receptor complexes and their modulation of membrane function; and receptors for insulin, NSILA-s, and growth hormone. The text also describes the mechanism of action of pituitary growth hormone; hormonal regulation of ovalbumin synthesis in the chick oviduct; and studies on the hepatic glucocorticoid receptor and on the hormonal modulation of specific mRNA levels during enzyme induction. The endocrine neurons; the formation of estrogens by central neuroendocrine tissues; and the operating characteristics of the hypothalamic-pituitary system during the menstrual cycle and observations of biological action of somatostatin are also considered.
The book further tackles somatostatin; the relationship of sleep and sleep stages to neuroendocrine secretion and biological rhythms in human; and the genetic approaches to the study of the regulation and actions of vasopressin. The identification and actions of gastric inhibitory polypeptide; the studies on the pathogenesis of Graves' ophthalmopathy, and qualitative and quantitative gonad-pituitary feedback is also looked into.
List of Contributors and Discussants
1. Relationship between Catecholamines and Other Hormones
2. Hormone Receptor Complexes and Their Modulation of Membrane Function
3. Receptors for Insulin, NSILA-s, and Growth Hormone: Applications to Disease States in Man
4. Mechanism of Action of Pituitary Growth Hormone
5. Hormonal Regulation of Ovalbumin Synthesis in the Chick Oviduct
6. Studies on the Hepatic Glucocorticoid Receptor and on the Hormonal Modulation of Specific mRNA Levels during Enzyme Induction
7. Endocrine Neurons
8. The Formation of Estrogens by Central Neuroendocrine Tissues
9. The Operating Characteristics of the Hypothalamic-Pituitary System during the Menstrual Cycle and Observations of Biological Action of Somatostatin
11. The Relationship of Sleep and Sleep Stages to Neuroendocrine Secretion and Biological Rhythms in Man
12. Genetic Approaches to the Study of the Regulation and Actions of Vasopressin
13. Identification and Actions of Gastric Inhibitory Polypeptide
14. Studies on the Pathogenesis of Graves' Ophthalmopathy (with Some Related Observations Regarding Therapy)
15. Qualitative and Quantitative Gonad-Pituitary Feedback
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- © Academic Press 1975
- 28th September 1975
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