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TitleRegulation of Target Cell Responsiveness [electronic resource] / edited by Kenneth W. McKerns, Asbjรธrn Aakvaag, Vidar Hansson
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US, 1984
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4684-4634-0
Descript XVI, 534 p. online resource

CONTENT

of Volume 1 -- Peptide Hormones and Target Cell Response -- 1. Regulation of Sertoli Cell Responsiveness: Desensitization of Adenylyl Cyclase by FSH, Isoproterenol and Glucagon -- 2. Stage-Dependent Differences in FSH Binding and Cyclic Nucleotide Secretion and Metabolism During the Cycle of the Rat Seminiferous Tubule -- 3. Development of Sensitivity to Catecholamines in Granulosa and Luteal Cells -- 4. Effects of Prostaglandin F2? on Adenylyl Cyclase Activity and Steroid Secretion in the Superlutenized Rat Ovary -- 5. Electrophosiological Aspects of the Response of Pituitary Cells to Steroid and Peptide Hormones -- 6. Hormonal Regulation of Adenylyl Cyclase Activity -- Regulation of Insulin Responsiveness -- 7. Receptor Defects in Genetic Forms of Extreme Insulin Resistance -- 8. The Role of Protein Phosphorylation in Insulin Action -- 9. Insulin Regulation of Nuclear Envelope Functions: Relationship to mRNA Metabolism -- Intracellular Modulation of Peptide Hormone Response -- 10. The Role of the Cytoskeleton in the Responses of Target Cells to Hormones -- 11. Calmodulin - A Receptor for Calcium Modulating Hormone Responsivity -- 12. Functional Communication between the Sertoli and Leydig Cells -- Gonadotropins and Target Cell Response -- 13. Regulation of Steroidogenesis in Isolated Leydig Cells -- 14. Peptide Inhibitors of Intracellular Gonadotropin Action -- 15. Role of Trophic Hormones in Regulation of Growth and Function of Responsive Cells -- 16. Utilization of Lipoprotein-Carried Cholesterol for Steroidogenesis by Rat Luteal Tissue -- 17. A Model System for Studying the Effects of Hormones on Lysosomal Polyphosphoinositide Metabolism -- 18. Hollow Fibers: Their Applications to the Study of Mammalian Cell Function -- 19. Regulation of Granuloa Cell Responsiveness to Gonadotropins: Actions of Epidermal and Platelet-Derived Growth Factors -- 20. Regulation of Gonadotropin Receptors and Steroidogenic Responses in Cultured Leydig Tumor Cells


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