Molecular Endocrinology

Hardcover | February 10, 2004

byFranklyn F. BolanderEditorFranklyn F. Bolander

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Molecular Endocrinology, Third Edition summarizes the area and provides an in-depth discussion of the molecular aspects of hormone action, including hormone-receptor interactions, second messenger generation, gene induction, and post-transcriptional control. Thoroughly revised and updated, the Third Edition includes new information on growth factors hematopoietic-immune factors, nonclassical hormones, receptors, transduction, transcriptional regulation, as well as other relevant topics. Incorporating an abundance of new information, this text retains the self-contained, focused, and easily readable style of the Second Edition . *Includes discussion of recently characterized hormones*Recent advances in understanding chromatin remodeling are highlighted in this edition*Incorporates over 80 tables and 140 figures to beautifully illustrate recent biomedical advances

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Molecular Endocrinology, Third Edition summarizes the area and provides an in-depth discussion of the molecular aspects of hormone action, including hormone-receptor interactions, second messenger generation, gene induction, and post-transcriptional control. Thoroughly revised and updated, the Third Edition includes new information on ...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:632 pages, 10 × 7 × 0.98 inPublished:February 10, 2004Publisher:Academic PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0121112322

ISBN - 13:9780121112325

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Introduction to General Endocrinology; Receptors; Transduction; Gene Regulation by Hormones; Special Topics

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"For clinicians, this third edition of Molecular Endocrinology aids the comprehension of basic mechanisms that underlie clinical syndromes and diseases. For researchers, it provides a description of basic concepts that will benefit scientists from several fields, such as endocrinology, physiology and cell biology. This book will also constitute a valuable resource for medical and graduate students."TRENDS in Endocrinology and Metabolism, Vol. 16 No. 5, July 2005