Includes bibliographies and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Robert F. Goldberger and Keith R. Yamamoto.|
|Series||Biological regulation and development ;, v. 3A-3B|
|Contributions||Goldberger, Robert F., Yamamoto, Keith R.|
|LC Classifications||QP571 .H654 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|ISBN 10||0306409259, 0306414422|
|LC Control Number||82009841|
Receptors and Hormone Action, Volume 1, provides an overview of the state of knowledge in hormone action. This book describes basic methodologies and model systems used in the exploration of the molecular bases of hormone action. The chapters present not only a rather extensive description of hormone receptors and their properties, but also Receptors and Hormone Action, Volume III, is part of a multivolume series that summarizes advances in the field of hormone action. those who have not yet worked in the field as well as those who have considerable expertise in one or another aspect of hormone action. This book opens with a chapter on the physiological properties of the Receptors and Hormone Action, Volume III, is part of a multivolume series that summarizes advances in the field of hormone action. The articles contained in these books are oriented toward a description of basic methodologies and model systems used in the exploration of the molecular bases of hormone action, and are aimed at a broad spectrum of readers including those who have not yet worked › Home › eBooks. The book opens with a chapter on the relationship between steroid hormone-receptor binding and biologic response. This is followed by separate chapters on conformational forms of the estrogen receptor; the relationship of early responses of the cell to estrogen to DNA synthesis; the role of receptors in the anabolic action of androgens; and › Home › eBooks.
Mechanism of Hormone action. Hormones are the chemical messenger secreted directly in the blood stream by endocrine gland. They are target specific and bind to the specific receptor. On the basis of binding of hormone on their specific receptor, the mechanism of hormonal action is categorized into two group. They are-Fixed membrane receptor To better understand the mechanism of hormone action, it is crucial to comprehend various definitions. Hormone Action. A Hormone is a tiny chemical messenger, travelling along with the bloodstream. It exists to maintain internal balance or in other words, keeps the human body in a state of :// 2 days ago Steroid Hormone Action: These hormones diffuse through the cell membrane of the target cell. They either the cytoplasm or they directly enter the nucleus. Their receptors are intracellular. They form a complex with the receptors. These complexes bind to the chromosomes and activate certain genes, thus affecting transcription of mRNA and Mode of Steroid Hormone Action through Intracellular Receptors (Fig. ): Steroid hormones are lipid-soluble and easily pass through the cell membrane of a target cell into the cytoplasm. In the cytoplasm they bind to specific intracellular receptors (proteins) to form a hormone receptor complex that enters the ://
The book opens with a chapter on the relationship between steroid hormone-receptor binding and biologic response. This is followed by separate chapters on conformational forms of the estrogen receptor; the relationship of early responses of the cell to estrogen to DNA synthesis; the role of receptors in the anabolic action of androgens; and A hormone is a chemical messenger secreted to enable communication between cells and tissues throughout the body. They flow through the bloodline. The mechanism of hormone action begins at the endocrine system. A hormone action regulates various other systems including the excretory and reproductive :// Hormone Action. (Book Reviews: The Biochemical Aspects of Hormone Action. A symposium held at St. Louis, Missouri, in ) E/abstract. Key Terms. Water-soluble hormone: A lipophobic hormone that binds to a receptor on, or within, the plasma membrane, to initiate an intracellular signaling cascade.; hormone: A molecule released by a cell or a gland in one part of the body that sends out messages affecting cells in other parts of the organism.; Lipid-soluble hormone: A lipophilic hormone that passes through the plasma membrane :_Anatomy_and.