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Endocrine and Biochemical Development of the Fetus and Neonate

  • José M. Cuezva
  • Ana M. Pascual-Leone
  • Mulchand S. Patel

Part of the Reproductive Biology book series (RBIO)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-ix
  2. Endocrine and Functional Aspects of Development

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Alfred Jost, Solange Magre
      Pages 3-10
    3. Gabriella Morreale de Escobar, Maria J. Obregón, Francisco Escobar del Rey
      Pages 11-25
    4. Eugenio Jimenez, Maximiliano Ruiz, Mercedes Montiel
      Pages 27-31
    5. Marta Camps, Manuel Palacín, Xavier Testar, Antonio Zorzano
      Pages 45-50
    6. Carmen Martínez, Pilar Ruiz, Antonio Andrés, José M. Carrascosa
      Pages 51-54
    7. Fernando Escrivá, Consuelo Rodríguez, Carmen Alvárez, Ana M. Pascual-Leone
      Pages 55-59
    8. Tarik Issad, Marçal Pastor-Anglada, Christine Coupé, Pascal Ferré, Jean Girard
      Pages 61-66
    9. Theodore A. Slotkin, Elizabeth M. Kudlacz, Qang-Chang Hou, Frederic J. Seidler
      Pages 67-75
    10. Luis Goya, Cecilia Aláez, Francisco Rivero, Maria J. Obregón, Ana M. Pascual-Leone
      Pages 77-81
  3. Molecular and Functional Aspects of Mitochondrial Development

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 99-99
    2. José M. Cuezva, Carmen Valcarce, Ana M. Luis, José M. Izquierdo, Agustín Alconada, Margarita Chamorro
      Pages 113-135
    3. Marta Giralt, Immaculada Martin, Roser Iglesias, Octavi Viñas, Teresa Mampel, Francesc Villarroya
      Pages 137-140
    4. Marta Giralt, Octavi Viñas, Immaculada Martin, Louis Casteilla, Francesc Villarroya, Teresa Mampel et al.
      Pages 141-145
    5. Almudena Porras, Matilde Peñas, Margarita Fernández, Manuel Benito
      Pages 147-152
    6. Mulchand S. Patel, Lap Ho, Donna J. Carothers
      Pages 153-172
  4. Metabolic Aspects of Development

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 173-173
    2. José M. Medina, Emilio Fernández, Juan P. Bolaños, Carlos Vicario, Carmen Arizmendi
      Pages 175-194
    3. Carlos Vicario, Carmen Arizmendi, José M. Medina
      Pages 195-199
    4. Consuelo Guerri, María Sancho-Tello, Remedios Zaragoza, Jaime Renau-Piqueras
      Pages 201-206
    5. Matilde Salinas, Alberto Alcázar, María E. Martín, Maica Azuara, Juan L. Fando
      Pages 207-211
    6. Emilio Herrera, Miguel A. Lasunción, Diego Gómez-Coronado, Antonia Martín, Bartolomé Bonet
      Pages 213-230
    7. Henk P. Haagsman, Joseph J. Batenburg, Cecile Clercx, Math J. H. Geelen, Lambert M. G. van Golde
      Pages 231-250
    8. Angeles Zapata, José M. Hernández-García, Cristina Grande, Isabel Martínez, Jesús Pérez
      Pages 251-254
    9. Julia Peinado, Senen Vilaró, Ferran Burgaya, Joana Vilanova, Monique Robert, Ignasi Ramírez et al.
      Pages 255-258
    10. Thomas J. Thekkumkara, Peter M. Haney, Lap Ho, Mulchand S. Patel
      Pages 259-264
    11. Antonia Martín, Manuel Palacín, Miguel A. Lasunción, Emilio Herrera
      Pages 277-282
    12. José Viña, Esperanza Gasco, Federico V. Pallardo, Juan Sastre, José M. Estrela, Francisco Rodrigo
      Pages 283-286
    13. Marçal Pastor-Anglada, Antonio Felipe, Javier Casado, Xavier Remesar
      Pages 287-290
    14. Teresa Barber, María A. Betrán, Javier Martí, Concepción García, Juan R. Viña
      Pages 291-294
    15. Alberto Mas, Jaume Solé, Emilia Martínez-Lista, Luis Arola
      Pages 295-299
  5. Back Matter
    Pages 301-316

About this book

Introduction

The annual meeting of the Perinatal Biochemical Group of the Spanish Biochemical Society held in Madrid on December 15-16, 1989, provided an excellent opportunity to bring together a group of distinguished investigators both from Spain and from abroad with a common interest in developmental endocrinology and biochemistry. The aim of the symposium was to present and discuss the most recent developments in the areas of endocrine and biochemical processes critical to normal growth and maturation of the newborn. To achieve a high degree of interaction among the participants, subject reviews as well as short communications were include in the program. The reviews provided in-depth information on selected important topics. The purpose of short communications was two fold: (i) to provide a forum to discuss on-going investigations on related areas; and (ii) to present opportunities for active participation by young investigators. This format proved very successful in generating fruitful discussions among the participants. Taken together the review chapters and the short communications have resulted in a coherent and unified subject presentation. Advances in biochemistry, molecular biology and cell biology have provided not only new and exciting experimental approaches but also have opened up new directions in the investigation of differentiation and developmental processes at cellular, molecular and biochemical levels during the early stages of growth and maturation. In recent years a wealth of information in these areas of development has emerged at a rapid rate.

Keywords

Amino acid Lipid biochemistry development enzymes metabolism

Editors and affiliations

  • José M. Cuezva
    • 1
  • Ana M. Pascual-Leone
    • 2
  • Mulchand S. Patel
    • 3
  1. 1.Universidad Autonoma de MadridMadridSpain
  2. 2.C.S.I.C. Universidad Complutense de MadridMadridSpain
  3. 3.Case Western Reserve UniversityClevelandUSA

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