- Vitamins are organic substances not naturally produced by the body that are necessary in trace amounts for normal physiologic and metabolic functioning. Hormones are biochemical substances produced in cells and tissues that cause a specific biological change or activity to occur elsewhere in the body
- Study of both vitamins and hormones is essential to our understanding of physiology
Table of Contents
- Embryonic Stem Cells Provide a Powerful and Versatile Model System.
Molecules in Blastocyst Implantation: Uterine and Embryonic Perspectives.
Microarray Analysis of B Cell Stimulation.
Tissue Culture Models for Studies of Hormone and Vitamin Action in Bone Cells.
Transport of Leukotriene C4 and Structurally Related Conjugates.
IL-1 beta Exerts a Myriad of Effects in the Brain and in Particular in the Hippocampus: Analysis of Some of These Actions.
Leptin and Sweet Taste.
Molecular, Structural and Cellular Biology of Follitropin and Follitropin Receptor.
Factor VIIa/Tissue Factor-Induced Signaling: A Link Between Clotting and Disease
Antiproliferative Action of Vitamin D.
- No. of pages: 416
- Language: English
- Copyright: © Academic Press 2002
- Published: February 28, 2002
- Imprint: Academic Press
- eBook ISBN: 9780080522869
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