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- Cambridge University Press
Controlling growth in animal tissues such as bone and muscle is a complex process integrating stimuli from the environment, such as load on a muscle, with genetic information. This book is a state-of-the-art review of how messenger molecules such as growth hormone work at the molecular level to regulate growth. The book's strength is its diverse coverage of such processes in different tissues (muscle, nerves, bone) and different stages of development from the foetus to the adult. Aimed at graduate students and researchers in animal growth, endocrinology and cell biology.
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
|Series:||Society for Experimental Biology Seminar Series , #60|
|Product dimensions:||5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.43(d)|
Table of Contents
1. Role of growth hormone in growth regulation D. J. Flint, K. Akinsaya, P. J. Crilly, P. Johnston and D. Wynick; 2. Insulin-like growth factor-1 and its binding proteins: role in postnatal growth J. M. Pell and J. Glassford; 3. Growth factor interactions in epiphyseal chondrogenesis D. J. Hill; 4. Developmental changes in the CNS response to injury: growth factor and matrix interactions A. Logan; 5. The role of transforming factor ß during cardiovascular development M. C. Dickson, J. S. Martin and R. J. Ackhurst; 6. Tenascin: an extracellular matrix protein associated with bone growth E. J. Mackie and S. Ramsey; 7. Compartmentation of protein synthesis, mRNA targeting and c-myc expression during mucle hypertrophy and growth J. Hesketh; 8. The role of mechanical tension in regulating muscle growth and phenotype P. T. Loughna and C. Brownson; 9. The prenatal influence on postnatal muscle growth N. C. Stickland and C. M. Dwyer; 10. Genomic imprinting and intrauterine growth retardation G. E. Moore, P. R. Bennett, Z. Ali, R. U. Khan and J. I. Vaughan.