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Bibliographic Information. Arun K. Roy. James H. Clark.

eBook 118,99 €. price for Russian Federation (gross). The field of steroid hormone action has continued to expand into the realm of molecular biology at a pace even faster than most of us ever imagined. techniques of molecular biology have made it possible to clone The hormone-regulated genes and to examine steroid-receptor interactions with these genes. Nucleotide sequences of these genes, which show preferential binding of steroid receptors, have been identified. Bibliographic Information.

Deskargatu aplikazioa konexiorik gabe irakurtzeko, gauzak azpimarratzeko, laster-markak egiteko edota oharrak idazteko Gene Regulation by Steroid . Spring 1986 ARUN K. Roy JAMES H. CLARK Contents Preface. Lortu informazio gehiago.

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oceedings{Roy1987GeneRB, title {Gene Regulation by Steroid Hormones III}, author {Arun Kumar Roy and John Hamilton Clark}, booktitle {Springer New York}, year {1987} }. Arun Kumar Roy, John Hamilton Clark. Published in Springer New York 1987.

The first Meadowbrook Symposium was held in 1978 and during the intervening ten years our knowledge concerning how steroid hormones function at the level of gene expression has advanced by leaps and bounds. In this volume, which sum­ marizes our fourth meeting, these advances are very evident. What seemed like science fiction ten years ago has become commonplace science.

The book is an offshoot of the Conference on Molecular Mechanism of Steroid Hormone Action held at the Meadow Brook Mansion of Oakland University in the fall of 1978. We wish to acknowledge the financial assist­ ance from the National Science Foundation and Oakland University.

Steroid hormones have been localized on target genes providing the long awaited evidence for the concept of a direct effect of the steroid-receptor complex on gene regulation. Автор: Luck Martin Название: Hormones: A Very Short Introduction ISBN: 0199672873 ISBN-13(EAN): 9780199672875 Издательство: Oxford Academ Рейтинг

Clark, James . oy, A. K. (Ed. (1987) Gene regulation by steroid hormones III /New York : Springer-Verlag . Clark, James . eds. Gene Regulation By Steroid Hormones III.

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Studies on the mechanism of hormone action have continued to make headlines with fundamental discov- eries in receptor action and gene regulation

Studies on the mechanism of hormone action have continued to make headlines with fundamental discov- eries in receptor action and gene regulation.

This has resulted in a new discipline called' 'molecular endocrinology. Studies on the mechanism of hormone action have continued to make headlines with fundamental discov- eries in receptor action and gene regulation.

The field of steroid hormone action has continued to expand into the realm of molecular biology at a pace even faster than most of us ever imagined. techniques of molecular biology have made it possible to clone The hormone-regulated genes and to examine steroid-receptor interactions with these genes. Nucleotide sequences of these genes, which show preferential binding of steroid receptors, have been identified. These results are complemented by the identification of chromatin acceptor proteins, which also show preferential binding for steroid-receptor complexes. Thus, one can envision the day when cloned genes, purified acceptor proteins, and receptor-steroid complexes will be recombined in vitro to form a functional unit. Cellular localization of steroid receptors has undergone recent revision, and it now appears that receptors are localized primarily in the nuclear compartment. These findings, although controversial, will lead to a reassessment of many of the previous concepts of steroid-receptor interactions and regulation. The way in which these observations at the of physiology, molecular and cellular levels fit into the overall scheme development, and evolution are continuing to progress, and the future promises some very exciting syntheses of understanding at all levels of biological organization. The third Meadow Brook Conference on hormones was held in order to bring together investigators who will undoubtedly contribute heavily to this future synthesis and to permit a free exchange of ideas and concepts as they relate to the current state-of-the-art in molecular endocrinology. Spring 1986 ARUN K. Roy JAMES H. CLARK Contents Preface. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . v Contributors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .