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Handout 9 - C. Steroid Synthesis BICD150: Endocrinology...

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BICD150: Endocrinology Handout 9: 6/1/11 I. Osteoblasts, Osteoclasts, and Vitamin D - Osteoblasts build bone and osteoclasts are multinucleated and resorb bone - Osteoblasts produce _____________________ , which is mostly made of type I collagen. - Osteoblasts have _______________ receptors - Osteoclasts have _____________________ receptors 1. What is the mechanism by which osteoclasts resorb bone? 2. What is the function of calcitonin? 3. What is osteoperosis, what are treatments? II. Adrenal A. Adrenal Cortex -secretes: B. Adrenal Medulla -secretes:
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Unformatted text preview: C. Steroid Synthesis BICD150: Endocrinology Handout 9: 6/1/11 CYP11A1=P450 scc CYP17A1: P450sc17 (17 alpha hydroxylase) D. Renin-Angiotensin-aldosterone system Fill in the blanks: 1. How is cortisol regulated? 2. What are some of the metabolic effects of cortisol? 3. How does cortisol affect the immune system? 4. How does cortisol affect the CNS? BICD150: Endocrinology Handout 9: 6/1/11 5. What symptoms are evident when there is too much cortisol? 6. What symptoms are evident when there is not enough cortisol?...
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