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TitleAndrogens and Androgen Receptor [electronic resource] : Mechanisms, Functions, and Clinical Applications / edited by Chawnshang Chang
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US : Imprint: Springer, 2002
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4615-1161-8
Descript XIV, 503 p. online resource

SUMMARY

Androgen Receptors is the most comprehensive and up to date volume on the topic, including discussions of the basic mechanisms of androgen-androgen receptor actions, their roles in the androgen-related diseases, and their potential clinical applications. Key topics covered include: -The discovery and cloning of the androgen receptor; -Androgen receptor coregulators; -Androgen related genes and their consensus DNA response elements; -Basic mechanism of action including functional analyses, cellular localization and phosphorylation studies; -Cross-talk to other signal transduction systems; -The recent connections of androgens to women's diseases, such as osteoporosis and ovarian cancer. This book is of interest to students, basic scientists, and clinicians as both a study guide and reference of research in the androgen field. It could also be used as an advanced level text in endocrinology, urology, OBGYN, or oncology


CONTENT

1. Androgen Biosynthesis and Degradation -- 2. Structural and Functional Analysis of the Androgen Receptor -- 3. Signal Transduction Pathways Modulate Androgen Receptor Transcriptional Activity -- 4. Androgen Receptor Interacting Proteins Co-Activators and Co-Repressors -- 5. Nongenomic Androgen Action -- 6. The Role of 5?-Reductase in Prostate Disease and Male Pattern Baldness -- 7. Natural Products and Environmental Androgens/Antiandrogens -- 8. Androgens in Prostate Cancer and Benign Prostatic Hypoplasia -- 9. The Expanded Poly-Q Length Within AR and AR Coregulator A1B1 And Their Clinical Implications -- 10. Androgen Receptor with Expanded Poly-Q Length in SBMA (Kennedy Disease) -- 11. Androgen Insensivity Syndrome (Testicular Feminization) -- 12. Androgens in Immunology and Autoimmune Diseases -- 13. Androgens in Penile Development, Penile Erection and Erectile Dysfunction -- 14. Androgens and the Androgen Receptor in Male Sex Development and Fertility -- 15. Androgens and Brain Function: Behavioral Perspectives -- 16. Androgens, Skeletal Homeostasis, and Osteoporosis -- 17. Androgens and Coronary Artery Disease -- 18. Androgen Therapy in Nonendocrine Illnesses -- 19. Androgens and Androgen Receptor in Dermatology -- 20. Androgen Deficiency and Abnormality in Women


Medicine Cancer research Dermatology Gynecology Urology Veterinary medicine Medicine & Public Health Veterinary Medicine Cancer Research Urology Gynecology Dermatology



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