4 edition of Relaxin And Related Peptides found in the catalog.
July 15, 2005
by New York Academy of Sciences
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||544|
The relaxin effects on sperm motility and fertilization have been reported. The expression of other relaxin related peptides, such as INSL5 and INSL6 was described in testis; yet, currently there are no experimental data to pinpoint their biological functions. The other member of relaxin peptide family, insulin-like 3 peptide Cited by: Relaxin is a protein hormone, produced and secreted during pregnancy in mammalian species, having superficial structural features resembling those of insulin. Since its initial isolation from the ovaries of pregnant pigs in , increasing interest in relaxin .
Relaxin belongs to the same family of hormones as insulin. Over the last decade, several relaxin-like peptides have been discovered, although the function of these peptides remains unclear. Recent studies have revealed effects of relaxin on other systems in the body. Relaxin . Activation of Relaxin-Related Receptors by Short, Linear Peptides Derived from a Collagen-Containing Precursor.
All aspects of basic biology and physiology, as well as potential clinical applications of relaxin and related peptides will be covered. Some of the topics to be included are receptor function and . Part III: Relaxin and Related Peptides (Receptor Signaling). The "Hot Wires" of the Relaxin-Like Factor (INSL3) (Christian Schwabe and Erike E. Bullesbach). Roles of the Receptor, the Ligand and the Cell in the Signal Transduction Pathways Utilised by the Relaxin Family Peptide .
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Relaxin and Related Peptides discusses the established paradigms, the contradictions, and the most recent findings and future directions in the field of relaxin research. The array of diverse topics are highlighted, ranging from evolution of relaxin family peptides.
Relaxin and Related Peptides: Fifth International Conference, Volume | Wiley Relaxin is a protein hormone, produced and secreted during pregnancy in mammalian species, having. Relaxin and related peptides. [Alexander I Agoulnik;] -- This book discusses the established paradigms, the contradictions, and the most recent findings and future directions in the field of relaxin.
Relaxin and Related Peptides by Gillian D. Bryant-Greenwood,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The chemical synthesis of relaxin and related peptides: a historical perspective / John D. Wade [and others] De novo design and synthesis of cyclic and linear peptides to mimic the binding cassette of human relaxin / Mohammed Akhter Hossain [and others] Structural insights into the function of relaxins / K.
Johan Rosengren. The Chemical Synthesis of Relaxin and Related Peptides. Relaxin and Related Peptides: Fifth International Conference, Volume (Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences) Paperback – Import, 5 Jun by Gillian D.
Bryant–Greenwood (Editor), Carol A. Bagnell (Editor), Ross Bathgate (Editor), O. David Sherwood Format: Paperback. Relaxin is a dimeric peptide hormone that is structurally related to the insulin family of peptides and has a diverse range of biological actions in several species.
1 – 9 Discovered almost 80 years ago, relaxin was found to be primarily produced in the ovary and/or placenta during pregnancy and was initially regarded as a hormone of pregnancy. 1 Humans and higher primates have three relaxin Cited by: ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES Volume June RELAXIN AND RELATED PEPTIDES: FOURTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE Editors O.
David Sherwood, Phillip A. Fields, and Bernard G. Steinetz This volume is the result of a conference entitled Relaxin Fourth International Conference on Relaxin and Related Peptides.
Relaxin and Related Peptides: Fourth International Conference, Volume (US $)-and-The Year in Cognitive NeuroscienceVolume (US $) Total List Price:. This comprehensive book contains the latest information on diverse biological functions of relaxin and related peptide found since the recent discovery of relaxin receptors.
The physiological relevance of IDE degradation of relaxin and related peptides remains to be determined. To date, in studies using rats with impaired IDE activity or in IDE-null mice, only insulin and Alzheimer’s beta amyloid peptide Cited by: A raft of novel clinical applications of relaxin has also been explored.
Together, these exciting developments made the time ripe for a third international conference. We were therefore delighted to welcome many colleagues, old and new, at Relaxinthe first international forum on relaxin and related peptides.
The recent identification of the receptors for both relaxin and relaxin-like factor has enabled more rigorous studies of the target tissues and mechanisms of action of these hormones.
This volume contains a description of recent advances and future research and clinical possibilities in the field of relaxin and related peptides. Relaxin is a peptide hormone, and is secreted during pregnancy in mammalian species.
The relaxin family peptides consist of seven peptides: relaxin-1, relaxin-2 (relaxin identified only in. In tribute: Bernard G. Steinetz, Jr.: a most tenacious relaxinologist / O. David Sherwood --Structure and activity in the relaxin family of peptides / Geoffrey W.
Tregear [and others] --The. Novel sites of action of the hormone have been elucidated, numerous new mammalian primary structures determined, more detailed mechanisms of action postulated, the control of relaxin Format: Hardcover.
Relaxin, the mammalian 6-kDa heterodimeric polypeptide hormone, is a member of the insulin-like superfamily (Hisaw, ) and consists of seven peptides of high structural but low sequence n Cited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "This volume is the result of a conference entitled Relaxin Fourth International Conference on Relaxin and Related Peptides.ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 Online-Ressource: Responsibility: edited by Nathan Back, Irun R.
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