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  1. Immunocytochemistry for Steroid Receptors

    By Louis P. Pertschuk

    A comprehensive review of the literature on steroid hormone receptor immuncytochemistry. It includes the development of the first monoclonal antireceptor antibody and initial procedures designed to localize steroid receptors in situ up to the present. The step-by-step instructions provide easy...

    Published August 14th 1990 by CRC Press

  2. The Prostate as an Endocrine Gland

    By Richard J. Ablin, Wells E. Farnsworth

    This unique publication illustrates that the prostate elaborates an array of local hormones or "autocoids" and how these influence prostatic growth, function and oncogenesis. It describes how familiarity with these participants and how they effect the character and direction of prostatic function...

    Published November 29th 1989 by CRC Press

  3. Environmental Goitrogenesis

    By Eduardo Gaitan

    A balanced view of the causes and the prevention of the iodine defi-ciency disorders is presented in this comprehensive text. The mechanisms of goitrogenesis are explained, along with preven-tive and control measures. Descriptions of environmental com-pounds and other ecological as well as host...

    Published March 30th 1989 by CRC Press

  4. Hormones Muscular Activity, Volume I

    Hormonal Ensemble in Exercise

    By Viru

    Published October 21st 1985 by CRC Press