Inhibin, Activin and Follistatin

Regulatory Functions in System and Cell Biology

ISBN: 978-1-4612-7320-2 (Print) 978-1-4612-1874-6 (Online)

Table of contents (34 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xix

  2. Receptor Serine Kinases and Signaling by Activins and Inhibins

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      Pages 1-20

      Receptor Serine Kinases and Signaling by Activins and Inhibins

  3. The Gene Expression of Activin Receptors in Rat Pituitary

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      Pages 21-27

      The Gene Expression of Activin Receptors in Rat Pituitary

  4. Follistatin Physiology and Potential Mechanisms of Action in the Human

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      Pages 28-38

      Follistatin Physiology and Potential Mechanisms of Action in the Human

  5. Inhibins, Activins, Follistatin, and GnRH: Regulators of Gonadotropin Subunit Gene Expression

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      Pages 39-50

      Inhibins, Activins, Follistatin, and GnRH: Regulators of Gonadotropin Subunit Gene Expression

  6. Inhibin and Activin as Paracrine Regulators of Gonadal Function: In Vitro Model Systems

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      Pages 51-62

      Inhibin and Activin as Paracrine Regulators of Gonadal Function: In Vitro Model Systems

  7. Production and Actions of Inhibin, Activin, and Follistatin in the Pituitary and Ovary

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      Pages 63-75

      Production and Actions of Inhibin, Activin, and Follistatin in the Pituitary and Ovary

  8. Expression of Inhibin Subunits, Follistatin, and Activin Receptors in Normal Testicular Cells and Testicular Tumors

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      Pages 76-84

      Expression of Inhibin Subunits, Follistatin, and Activin Receptors in Normal Testicular Cells and Testicular Tumors

  9. Inhibin, Activin, and Follistatin: Observations on Their Role in the Physiology of Pregnancy

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      Pages 85-95

      Inhibin, Activin, and Follistatin: Observations on Their Role in the Physiology of Pregnancy

  10. Changes of Activin A Secretion in Gestational Diseases

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      Pages 96-103

      Changes of Activin a Secretion in Gestational Diseases

  11. Two-Site Immunoassay for Native Inhibin A

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      Pages 104-117

      Two-Site Immunoassay for Native Inhibin A

  12. Ultrasensitive Enzyme Immunoassays for Inhibins and Activins

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      Pages 118-129

      Ultrasensitive Enzyme Immunoassays for Inhibins and Activins

  13. Immunoassays for Activin and Follistatin: Results in Normal and Diseased Subjects

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      Pages 130-140

      Immunoassays for Activin and Follistatin: Results in Normal and Diseased Subjects

  14. Circulating Inhibin

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      Pages 141-150

      Circulating Inhibin

  15. Evaluation of Maternal Serum Inhibin as a Marker for Complicated Pregnancy

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      Pages 151-161

      Evaluation of Maternal Serum Inhibin as a Marker for Complicated Pregnancy

  16. Production of Inhibin-Related Peptides by Ovarian Tumors

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      Pages 162-169

      Production of Inhibin-Related Peptides by Ovarian Tumors

  17. Plasma Inhibin and Activin in Disease

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      Pages 170-181

      Plasma Inhibin and Activin in Disease

  18. Activin A: A Commitment Factor in Erythroid Differentiation

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      Pages 182-188

      Activin A: A Commitment Factor in Erythroid Differentiation

  19. Effect of Activin A on the Formation of Pancreatic Endocrine Cells

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      Pages 189-195

      Effect of Activin A on the Formation of Pancreatic Endocrine Cells

  20. The Role of Activin in Spermatogenesis in Fish

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      Pages 196-203

      The Role of Activin in Spermatogenesis in Fish

  21. Control of Cell Differentiation and Morphogenesis by Activins During Early Amphibian Development

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      Pages 204-213

      Control of Cell Differentiation and Morphogenesis by Activins During Early Amphibian Development

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