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Meeting on Biological and Clinical Aspects of Placental Steroidogenesis
Meeting on Biological and Clinical Aspects of Placental Steroidogenesis (1962 Milan)
|Statement||Milan, 1962 [proceedings] Edited by Filippo Polvani and Adriano Bompiani.|
|Contributions||Polvani, Filippo, ed., Bompiani, Adriano, ed., International Congress on Hormonal Steroids (1962 : Milan)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||132|
|LC Control Number||65007062|
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a complex endocrine disorder affecting 5–10 % of women of reproductive age. It generally manifests with oligo/anovulatory cycles, hirsutism and polycystic ovaries, together with a considerable prevalence of insulin resistance. Although the aetiology of the syndrome is not completely understood yet, PCOS is considered a multifactorial disorder with various. Vasculogenesis in placentas and steroidogenesis in ovarian follicular cells are also implicated as the targets of arsenic. exposure in F1 and F2 mice to discuss novel aspects of biological.
Steroidogenesis is the biological process by which steroids are generated from cholesterol and changed into other steroids. The pathways of steroidogenesis differ among species. The major classes of steroid hormones, as noted above (with their prominent members and functions), are the Progestogen, Corticosteroids (corticoids), Androgens, and. Dr. Reynolds is a founding Director of the Center for Nutrition and Pregnancy at NDSU. For more than 40 years, his research program has focused on improving both fertility (the ability to conceive.
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Meeting on Biological and Clinical Aspects of Placental Steroidogenesis ( Milan). Meeting on Biological and Clinical Aspects of Placental Steroidogenesis. Baltimore, Williams and Wilkins, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Filippo Polvani; Adriano Bompiani.
Author(s): Polvani,Filippo; Meeting on Biological and Clinical Aspects of Placental Steroidogenesis,( Milan); International Congress on Hormonal Steroids,(1st: Milan) Title(s): [Proceedings ] Ed. by Filippo Polvani and Adriano Bompiani.
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In this study, we determined whether estragole and its isomer trans-anethole interfered with feto-placental steroidogenesis in a human co-culture model composed of fetal-like adrenocortical (HR.
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ISBN We have studied the possible function of the placental adrenocorticotrophic hormone-(ACTH-) like substance (PALS) in placental steroidogenesis by measuring oestradiol (E 2) and progesterone (P 4) in term human placental explants incubated with commercially available porcine ACTH There was a dose-dependent increase in the E 2 and P 4 released into the medium at 24.
Steroidogenesis is the complex multienzyme process by which cholesterol is converted to biologically active steroid hormones. The enzymology of steroidogenesis from cholesterol has been reviewed in detail recently ().However, steroidogenesis may also be conceptualized as beginning with the cellular importation of cholesterol and entailing its subsequent journey to the mitochondria, where the.
Steroidogenesis entails processes by which cholesterol is converted to biologically active steroid hormones. Whereas most endocrine texts discuss adrenal, ovarian, testicular, placental, and other steroidogenic processes in a gland-specific fashion, steroidogenesis is better understood as a single process that is repeated in each gland with cell-type-specific variations on a single theme.
The clinical manifestations of PCOS vary, proteins in the placenta, which indicate the presence of an enhanced placental steroidogenesis. This increase in placental steroidogenesis further leads to the dysregulation of lipid metabolism in The analysis is based on 3 aspects, which included the biological process, molecular.
J.T. Lanman, L.M. Silverman, In Vitro Steroidogenesis in the Human Neonatal Adrenal Gland, Including Observations on Human Adult and Monkey Adrenal Glands Endocrinology () M.
Levitz, S. Emerman, J. Dancis, Sterol Synthesis in the Perfused Placenta F. Polvani, A. Bompiani, Meeting on Biological and Clinical Aspects of Placental Steroidogenesis () Williams & Wilkins Company. Two human term placentas have been perfused in situ with cholesterol-7α-3H.
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Vasodilator effects of parathyroid hormone, parathyroid hormone related peptide and calcitonin gene related peptide in the human fetal-placental circulation. 40th Society for Gynecologic Investigation Meeting, Toronto, Canada, abstract P Study 1: Impact of excess T on placental differentiation.
To determine the effects of gestational excess of T on placental differentiation, pregnant control (n = 20) and T-treated (n = 22) sheep were anesthetized as previously described (Veiga-Lopez et al. ) on day 65 (mean ± SEM: ± ) (C, n = 10; T, n = 10) of gestation (term: ~ days) and uterus and fetuses removed.
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In the labyrinthine region, fetal blood is separated from maternal blood by 3 trophoblast layers: 2 synctiotrophoblast layers and 1 cytotrophoblast layer, which directly contacts the maternal blood, giving rise to a hemotrichorial form of placentation.
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