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Hormones and growth factors in development and neoplasia

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Published by Wiley-Liss in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Carcinogenesis.,
  • Hormones -- Pathophysiology.,
  • Growth factors -- Pathophysiology.,
  • Developmental endocrinology.,
  • Hormones -- Physiological effect.,
  • Growth factors -- Physiological effect.,
  • Genitalia -- growth & development.,
  • Breast -- growth & development.,
  • Cell Transformation, Neoplastic.,
  • Neoplasms -- etiology.,
  • Hormones -- physiology.,
  • Growth Substances -- physiology.,
  • Receptors, Growth Factor -- physiology.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Robert B. Dickson and David S. Salomon.
    ContributionsDickson, Robert B. 1952-, Salomon, David S., 1947-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC268.5 .H663 1998
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 461 p. :
    Number of Pages461
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL671454M
    ISBN 100471168998
    LC Control Number97017442

    Many striking effects of steroid hormones are apparent during development and neoplasia and these topics are covered extensively. Several chapters address the pharmacological uses of steroid and Format: Hardcover. Hormones are considered chemical messengers, coordinating your body by transferring information from one set of cells to another. Your endocrine system health can be affected by hormone imbalances .

    Cancer (Neoplasia) • Cancer is a disorder of altered cell differentiation and growth. The resulting process is called neoplasia, meaning “new growth,” and the new growth is called a neoplasm. 3/4/ File Size: KB.   GH Function: Indirect Effect(tropic) Most growth occurs through the indirect method GH acts as a tropic hormone Signals the liver to produce Insulin-like Growth Factors (IGF) 6. IGF .

    Hormonal and growth factor regulation of gene expression, including DNA-binding proteins, mitochondria, coactivators, corepressors, and other modulators of transcription. Regulation of non-malignant cell . Disorders of the Hypothalamus and Pituitary Gland. O f the endocrine glands, the hypothalamus and pituitary glands are of major importance since they act as the coordinating centers of the endocrine .


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Hormones and Growth Factors in Development and Neoplasia: Medicine & Health Science Books @ Hormones and growth factors in development and neoplasia. New York: Wiley-Liss, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All. * Hormones, growth factors, oncogenes, and prostate cancer With its novel approach, authoritative coverage, and broad scope, Hormones and Growth Factors in Development and Neoplasia is.

The contribution of growth hormone to mammary neoplasia Jo K Perry, 1 Kumarasamypet M Mohankumar, 1 B Starling Emerald, 1 Hichem C Mertani, 2 and Peter E Lobie 1, 3, * 1 The Liggins Cited by:   While the effects of growth hormone (GH) on longitudinal growth are well established, the observation that GH contributes to neoplastic progression is more recent.

Accumulating literature Cited by: It also stimulates special cells in the liver to make a hormone called IGF-1, which is an insulin-like growth factor. Both growth hormone and IGF-1 then circulate in the bloodstream and affect bone growth and.

In contrast to normal cells, the growth of neoplastic cells is: Autonomous: The growth of neoplastic cells is independent of growth factors and regulatory mechanisms operating inside the normal tissues.

This chapter provides an overview of the endocrine factors involved in breast cancer. A historical review of these factors gives little cause for complacency. The behavior of tumors in animals may be quite.

Vonderhaar B.K. () Regulation of development of the normal mammary gland by hormones and growth factors. In: Lippman M.E., Dickson R.B. (eds) Breast Cancer: Cellular and Molecular Biology.

Cited by: Thus, the specific objectives of this research solicitation include but are not limited to: o Hormonal or growth factor regulation of prostate development, function, growth, or tumor development o.

The relevance of tissue interactions and association with hormones and growth factors in mammary development were delineated. Data from specific studies with ruminant mammary parenchyma were. Adult female mammary development starts at puberty and is controlled by tightly regulated cross-talk between a group of hormones and growth factors.

Although estrogen is the initial driving force and is Cited by: Disorders in growth factor signaling - growth factors use kinase to phosphorylate proteins, so mutations in these growth factors causes unregulated cell proliferation Evasion of apoptosis Development of. Raging Hormones in Development and Cancer Hormones and Growth Factors in Development and Neoplasia By Robert B.

Dickson and David S. Salomon New York: Wiley (). $Author: Holly A Ingraham, Gary D Hammer. Also examined are the effects of steroids in prostate cancer development and treatment, the function of growth factors in endocrine neoplasia, the actions of such nonsteroid hormones as prolactin, and the role of the suppressor genes BRCA1 and BRCA2.

Throughout the book. Together with gonadotropic hormones of anterior pituitary, regulate female reproductive cycle and oogenesis, maintain pregnancy, prepare mammary glands for lactation, and promote development.

A hypothesis of how the interrelation between thyroid hormones (growth factors) occurs was presented. Finally, reference was made on the clinical impact of thyroid hormone deficit in childhood Author: Aleksander Konturek.

Multiple endocrine neoplasia 2b (MEN2B) is a rare inherited disorder characterised by the certain development of medullary thyroid cancer, plus the possible development of phaeochromocytomas and. Cell Culture Growth Factors and Hormones Gibco™ Geltrex™ LDEV-Free, hESC-Qualified, Reduced Growth Factor Basement Membrane Matrix Geltrex™ LDEV-Free, hESC-Qualified, Reduced Growth.

Multiple endocrine neoplasia type 1 (MEN1) is a rare inherited disease, which is characterised by tumour development in the pituitary gland, parathyroid glands, and the pancreas. The condition can be. Pour télécharger un livre numérique Kindle/PDF/ePub Kinetics of Materials, appuyez sur Extrait gratuit ou Acheter.

Pour obtenir de plus amples informations sur un livre numérique, appuyez sur sa. Several hormones [thyroid hormones, relaxin, PTHreleasing peptide (PTHrP), estrogen, GnRH. PRL], growth factors [insulin-like growth factor (IGF), epidermal growth factor (EGF)], and Cited by: Growth factors, cytokines, chemokines and hormones share many similarities and act as essential biochemical messengers for housekeeping functions, as well as, having crucial roles in pathological .