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TitleSynthesis and Release of Adenohypophyseal Hormones [electronic resource] / edited by Marian Jutisz, Kenneth W. McKerns
ImprintBoston, MA : Springer US : Imprint: Springer, 1980
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Descript XXIX, 792 p. online resource


In September, 1977, at a conference organized by Dr. Kenneth McKerns in Northeast Harbor, Maine, USA, I was asked by the Editorial Committee of the Biochemical Endocrinology series to investigate the possibility of organizing the next meeting in France. I proposed a subject which is in the area of my research interest, and this subject was accepted. On arriving back in France, I first looked for an appropriate place for the meeting, and the Chateau de Seillac was chosen in accordance with many objective criteria. We know that all who attended the meeting held in Seillac enjoyed this quiet and charming place in the Loire Valley. The next step was to choose some experts in the field who would contribute to the monograph and present their papers at a conference for the purpose of generating discussions. The action of the local committee, composed of Dr. A. Tixier-Vidal, Dr. Claude Kordon, and me, was crucial in this respect. The local committee proposed the program for the meeting and a list of the majority of contributors to be invited. I wish to thank Dr. Tixier-Vidal and Dr. Kordon for their invaluable assistance


1 Structural Basis of Adenohypophyseal Secretory Processes -- 2 Immunocytochemical Identification of LH- and FSH-Secreting Cells at the Light- and Electron-Microscope Levels -- 3 Pituitary Polypeptide-Secreting Cells: Immunocytochemical Identification of ACTH, MSH, and Peptides Related to LPH -- 4 Exocytosis and Related Membrane Events -- 5 Intracellular Events in Prolactin Secretion -- 6 Separated Somatotrophs: Their Use in Vitro and in Vivo -- 7 Pituitary Secretory Activity and Endocrinophagy -- 8 Ultrastructural Localization of LH and FSH in the Porcine Pituitary -- 9 Localization of Anti-ACTH, Anti-MSH, and Anti-?-Endorphin Reactive Sites in the Fish Pituitary -- 10 Changes in the Responsiveness to LH-RH in FSH-Treated 4-Day Cycling Female Rats -- 11 Role of Gonadotropin-Releasing Hormone in the Biosynthesis of LH and FSH by Rat Anterior Pituitary Cells in Culture -- 12 Processing of the Common Precursor to ACTH and Endorphin in Mouse Pituitary Tumor Cells and Monolayer Cultures from Mouse Anterior Pituitary -- 13 Biosynthesis of ?-Endorphin in the Rat Pars Intermedia -- 14 Effect of TRH on the Synthesis and Stability of Cytoplasmic RNAs of GH3B6 Cells -- 15 Hormonal Regulation of Prolactin mRNA -- 16 Pregrowth Hormone Messenger RNA: Glucocorticoid Induction and Purification from Rat Pituitary Cells -- 17 Adenohypophyseal Cell Specificities and Gonadal Steroids -- 18 Development of a Photoaffinity Probe for Adrenocorticotropin Receptors -- 19 Enzymatic Degradation of Hypothalamic Hormones at the Pituitary-Cell Level: Possible Involvement in Regulation Mechanisms -- 20 Methods of Labeling Pituitary Hormones -- 21 Mechanism of Action of Hypothalamic Hormones and Interactions with Sex Steroids in the Anterior Pituitary Gland -- 22 Binding of GnRH to the Pituitary Plasma Membranes, Cyclic AMP, and LH Release -- 23 Characterization of Thyroliberin (TRH) Binding Sites and Coupling with Prolactin and Growth Hormone Secretion in Rat Pituitary Cell Lines -- 24 Mechanisms Governing the Release of Growth Hormone from Acutely Dispersed Purified Somatotrophs -- 25 Pharmacological Studies of Pituitary Receptors Involved in the Control of Prolactin Secretion -- 26 The Release of ACTH by Human Pituitary and Tumor Cells in a Superfusion System -- 27 Interaction of Glucocorticoids, CRF, and Vasopressin in the Regulation of ACTH Secretion -- 28 Corticotropin Secretion -- 29 Modulation of Pituitary Responsiveness to Gonadotropin Releasing Hormone -- 30 The Pattern of LH Release of Rat Pituitary Glands during Long-Term Exposure to LH-RH in Vitro -- 31 Functional Heterogeneity of Separated Dispersed Gonadotropic Cells -- 32 In Vitro Studies on the Secretion of Human Prolactin and Growth Hormone -- 33 Use of Cell Separation to Analyze the Mechanisms of Action of GnRH -- 34 TRH as MSH-Releasing Factor in the Frog -- 35 Effects of TRH and Bromocriptine in Acromegaly: In Vivo and in Vitro Studies -- 36 Intracellular Recordings from Prolactin-Secreting Pituitary Cells in Culture: Evidence for a Direct Action of Estrogen on the Cell Membrane -- 37 Extracellular Potassium Change in the Rat Adenohypophysis: An Indicator of Neurohypophyseal-Adenohypophyseal Communication

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