Hormones and Signaling, Vol 1

  • ID: 1766069
  • Book
  • 364 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Hormones and Signaling focuses on the mechanism of gene regulation at the cellular level. It also covers the way hormones act to modulate gene regulation and animal development.

Includes information on:

  • Nuclear receptors, coactivators, and corepressors
  • Membrane receptors, kinases, and phosphorylation on cascades
  • Hormonal regulation of development
  • Calcium channels and neurotransmitters
  • Chromatin, transcription factors, and regulation of gene expression
  • JAK/STAT pathways
  • Hormone-regulated development and gene "knock-out"
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E.B. Thompson, Glucocorticoid and Oxysterol-induces Apoptosis of Lymphoid Cells.A.M. Schmidt, J-L. Wautier, D.M. Stern, and S.D. Yun, RAGE: A Receptor with a Taste for Multiple Ligands and Varied Pathophysiologic States.R.J. Lefkowitz and A.D. Macrae, The Function and Regulation of the G Protein-Coupled Receptor Kinases.G. Kuiper, S. Nilsson, and J-A. Gustafsson, Characteristics and Function of the Novel Estrogen Receptor beta.M.E. Lippman and C.Tang, EGF Family Receptors and Their Ligands in Human Cancer.D.L. Garbers and T.A. Quill, Fertilization: Common Molecular Signaling Pathways Across the Species.A. Minden and M. Karin, The JNK Family of MAP Kinases: Regulation and Function.P. Devchand and W. Wahli, PPAR alpha: Tempting Fate with Fat.S.R. Datta and M.E. Greenberg, Molecular Mechanisms of Neuronal Survival and Apoptosis.D.J. Mangelsdorf and P.J. Willy, Nuclear Orphan Receptors: The Search for Novel Ligands and Signaling Pathways.
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Birnbaumer, Lutz
Darnell, James
Evans, Ronald
Hunter, Tony
Tony Hunter received his Ph.D. in 1969 from the University of Cambridge, England. He joined the Salk Institute in 1975 as an assistant professor and has been a professor since 1982. His current interests are the protein-tyrosine kinases of the Src and growth factor receptor families and the protein-tyrosine phosphatases that remove the phosphates added by protein-tyrosine kinases. He was elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society of London in 1987, a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1992, and as an Associate Member of the European Molecular Biology Organization in 1992.
Means, Anthony R.
Wylie, Vale
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