Endocrinology 1

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Campbell Reproductive Biology Site Endocrinology Lecture Illustrations 1. What is Endocrinology 2. Endocrine Functions 3. Components of Communication Systems 4. Endocrine Analogs of Communication Components 5. Known Hormonal Classes 6. Definition of a Hormone 7. Signal System Types 8. Hormonal Sources 9. Hormonal Sources II 10. Brain Anatomy 11. Limbic System Association 12. Hypothalamic Nuclei Function 13. 14. 15. Neurophypophysis Circulation 16. Adenohypophysis Circulation 17. 18. Gross Pituitary Histology 19. Gross Anatomy of the Adrenal 20. Microanatomy of the Adrenal Cortex 21. Information Content and Signal Fluctuation 22. Signal Pulsatility 23. Controls on Bioavailable Hormone Levels 24. Hierarchical Systems of Control 25. Postive and Negative Control Loops 26. Receptor Types 27. Properties of Receptors 28. Receptor Notes 29. Transduction System Properties 30. Transduction Notes 31. Notes on Transduction Systems 32. Hormone and Receptor Evolution 33. Hormone-Receptor Promiscuity 34. Insulin Family Structures 35. Insulin Molecular Structure 36. Evolution of Insulin Family Hormones and Receptors 37. Relative Affinities in the Insulin H-R Group 38. Assessment of Endocrine Function 39. Serpentine Receptors 40. Cytokine/Growth Factor Receptors 41. Acetyl Choline Receptor 42. Intracellular Receptors 43. Nuclear Receptor Response Elements 44. Binding of Nuclear Receptors to DNA 45. Bioassay Dose-Response 46. Biphasic Dose Response of GH 47. Bioassay Notes 48. Chemical Assay Notes 49. Assay Parameters 50. Antibody Binding to Epitopes from Davidson College, MA Campbell 51. Antibody Assay Notes 52. Competititve Immunoassay Characteristics 53. Competitive Immunoassay Error Distributions 54. Competititve Immunoassay Estimation Errors 55. Immunoassay Precision Profile 56. Competitive Immunoassay Precision Profile 57. Competitive Immunoassay, Parallelism 58. Noncompetitive Immunoassay Characteristics 59. Cell and Receptor Sizes 60. Adjusting Cellular Response Sensitivity 61. Receptor Binding and Numbers of Receptors 62. Impact of Losing Receptors on Biological Response 63. Hypothalamic Sources of Releasing Hormones 64. Adenohypophysial Hormones and Regulators 65. Protein Hormone Production 66. Images for Review of Cell Physiology and Biochemistry 67. Endoplasmic Reticulum Role in Protein Synthesis 68. Golgi Actions in Protein Synthesis 69. LH, FSH, TSH, hCG Introduction 70. More on Glycoprotein Hormone Comparisons 71. Yet More on Glycoproteins 72. LH Bioassay Setup 73. Proopiomelanocortin Metabolism 74. TSH Control 75. ACTH Control 76. Adrenal Function 77. 78. MSH Control 79. FSH Control 80. LH Control 81. GH Control 82. PRL Control 83. GH and PRL Gene Properties 84. Pituitary Testituclar Axis 85. Spelling Is Important! 86.
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