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Endocrinology Lecture Illustrations


This page contains the illustrations and Power Point presentations that were or are going to be used in Dr. Campbell's Endocrinology Lecture Course or in Endocrinology Shortcourses given elsewhere. These illustrations, etc. may still be useful to others as they apply to many subjects used in biology.  Note, the Power Point presentations are large files, they may require a long time to load!

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1.            What is Endocrinology

2.            Endocrine Functions

3.            Components of Communication Systems

4.            Endocrine Analogs of Communication Components

5.            Known Hormonal Classes

6.            Definition of a Hormone

7.            Signal System Types

8.            Information Content and Signal Fluctuation

9.            Signal Pulsatility

10.        Controls on Bioavailable Hormone Levels

11.        Hierarchical Systems of Control

12.        Postive and Negative Control Loops

13.        Receptor Types

14.        Properties of Receptors

15.        Receptor Notes

16.        Serpentine Receptors

17.        Cytokine/Growth Factor Receptors

18.        Acetyl Choline Receptor

19.        Intracellular Receptors

20.        Nuclear Receptor Response Elements

21.        Binding of Nuclear Receptors to DNA

22.        Hormone and Receptor Evolution

23.        Hormone-Receptor Promiscuity

24.        Insulin Family Structures

25.        Insulin Molecular Structure

26.        Evolution of Insulin Family Hormones and Receptors

27.        Relative Affinities in the Insulin H-R Group

28.        Cell and Receptor Sizes

29.        Adjusting Cellular Response Sensitivity

30.        Receptor Binding and Numbers of Receptors

31.        Impact of Losing Receptors on Biological Response

32.        Transduction System Properties

33.        Transduction Notes

34.        Notes on Transduction Systems

35.        Large G Proteins and Protein Kinase A Cascade

36.        Guanylyl Cyclase Activation

37.        Large G Proteins and Protein Kinase C Cascade

38.        Glyceride Chemistry

39.        Phosphoinositide Metabolism

40.        Small G Proteins and Tyrosine Kinase Cascades

41.        Growth Factor/ Tyrosine Kinase Pathway (Examples)

42.        Insulin and Related Receptor Mechanisms

43.        Transduction Mechanism Networks

44.        Assessment of Endocrine Function

45.        Bioassay Dose-Response

46.        Biphasic Dose Response of GH

47.        Bioassay Notes

48.        Chemical Assay Notes

49.        Assay Parameters

50.        Antibody Assay Notes

51.        Competitive Immunoassay Characteristics

52.        Competitive Immunoassay Error Distributions

53.        Competitive Immunoassay Estimation Errors

54.        Immunoassay Precision Profile

55.        Competitive Immunoassay Precision Profile

56.        Competitive Immunoassay, Parallelism

57.        Noncompetitive Immunoassay Characteristics

58.        Hormonal Sources

59.        Hormonal Sources II

60.        Brain Anatomy

61.        Limbic System Association

62.        Hypothalamus & Posterior Pituitary Associations

63.        Neurophypophysis Circulation

64.        Adenohypophysis Circulation

65.        Pituitary & Hypothalamic Anatomy

66.        Gross Pituitary Histology

67.        Hypothalamic Sources of Releasing Hormones

68.        Oncogenesis Notes

69.        Cell Cycle & Cancer, PowerPoint slides

70.        Cell Cycle Control Points

71.        Restriction Point Switch

72.        Cancer Genes

73.        DNA Replication

74.        DNA Replication Fork

75.        Adenohypophysial Hormones and Regulators

76.        Protein Hormone Production

77.        Endoplasmic Reticulum Role in Protein Synthesis

78.        Golgi Actions in Protein Synthesis

79.        LH, FSH, TSH, hCG Introduction

80.        More on Glycoprotein Hormone Comparisons

81.        Yet More on Glycoproteins

82.        LH Bioassay Setup

83.        Proopiomelanocortin Metabolism

84.        TSH Control

85.        ACTH Control

86.        Gross Anatomy of the Adrenal

87.        Microanatomy of the Adrenal Cortex

88.        Adrenal Function

89.        Adrenal Function & Regulation

90.        MSH Control

91.        FSH Control

92.        LH Control

93.        GH Control

94.        PRL Control

95.        GH and PRL Gene Properties

96.        Pituitary Testicular Axis

97.        Spelling Is Important!

98.        Lipoprotein Metabolism

99.        Receptor Mediated Endocytosis

100.    Steroid Structure

101.    Steroid Synthesis

102.    Steroid Hormones of the Reproductive System

103.    C21 Metabolic Pathways

104.    C19 & C18 Metabolic Pathways

105.    Cellular Steroidogenesis

106.    STAR Protein

107.    Enterohepatic Circulation

108.    Introduction for Reproduction

109.    Cell Division Notes

110.    Meiosis

111.    Prophase Meiosis I

112.    Meiosis I and II beyond Prophase I

113.    Male Reproductive Anatomy

114.    Testis Anatomy

115.    Seminiferous Tubule Gross Histology

116.    Seminiferous Tubule Microanatomy

117.    Seminiferous Tubule Closeup

118.    Seminiferous Tubule SEM

119.    Seminiferous Tubule Architecture

120.    ABP Notes

121.    Stages of Spermatogenesis

122.    Sperm Cytology

123.    Epididymal Sperm Notes

124.    Capacitation and Acrosome Reaction Notes

125.    Female Reproductive Anatomy

126.    Menstrual Cycle

127.    Fertile Phase

128.    Oogenesis

129.    Ovarian Germ Cell Numbers

130.    Female Gamete Development

131.    Primordial Follicle Histology

132.    Primary Follicle Histology

133.    Secondary Follicle Histology

134.    Graafian Follicle Histology

135.    Follicle Dynamics

136.    Follicular Estrogen Synthesis: 2 Cell Model

137.    Corpus Luteum Histology

138.    Proliferative Phase Uterine Histology

139.    Secretory Phase Uterine Histology

140.    Vaginal Epithelial Histology

141.    Gamete and Zygote Transport in the Oviduct

142.    Fertilization Site

143.    Fertilization

144.    Sperm-Egg Fusion

145.    Initial Stages of Zygote Division & Development

146.    Luteal Lifespan & Luteolysis: Nonfertile Cycle

147.    Counter-Current Delivery of Prostaglandins to the Ovary from the Endometrium

148.    Maternal Recognition of Pregnancy; Luteal Lifespan: Fertile Cycle

149.    Nidation, Early Stages

150.    Nidation, Late Stages

151.    Normal Profiles of Hormones of Pregnancy

152.    Steroidogenesis by the Maternal-Feto-Placental Unit

153.    Embryology & Organogenesis in the Primate

154.    Sex Determination in Mammals is a Process

155.    SRY Is the Sex Determining Gene in Mammals

156.    Molecular Biological Cascade Involved in Gonadal Formation

157.    Gonadal Differentiation

158.    Differentiation of the Internal Reproductive Phenotype

159.    Development of the External Reproductive Phenotype

160.    Term Placenta Villi Histology

161.    Prostaglandin Metabolism & Childbirth Initiation

162.    Parturition

163.    Descriptive Anatomy of the Breast

164.    Hormonal Control of Breast Development

165.    Cellular Organization of the Breast Alveolus

166.    Progesterone Inhibition of Milk Production in Pregnancy

167.    Nonlactating Breast Histology

168.    Lactating Breast Histology

169.    Initiation of Puberty & LH Changes during Adolescence

170.    GONADOSTAT Theory of Pubertal Onset

171.    Normal Thyroid & Goiter Anatomy

172.    Schematic of Thyroid Cellular Anatomy

173.    Biosynthesis of Thyroid Hormones by the Thyroid Follicular Epithelial Cells

174.    Chemistry of Thyroid Hormone Biosynthesis

175.    Thyroid Hormone Mechanism of Action

176.    Schematic of Gross Pancreatic Anatomy

177.    Pancreatic Histology

178.    Schematic of Pancreatic Islet

179.    Islets of Langerhans Histology

180.    Hormones from the Pancreatic Islets

181.    Notes on Pancreatic Hormones

182.    Simplified Schematic of Glucose Homeostasis

183.    Hormonal Impacts on Glucose Homeostasis

184.    Some Introductory Notes on Diabetes

185.    Satiety

186.    Satiety 2003

187.    Homeostasis of Blood Pressure Control, Water & Sodium Balance

188.    The Juxtaglomerular Apparatus & Renin Production

189.    Metabolism of Angiotensinogen & Angiotensin

190.    The Physiological Problem of Glucocorticoid Binding to MC Receptors

191.    Kallikrein Metabolism

192.    Integration of Kinin and Renin Metabolism

193.    Effectors of Aldosterone Action

194.    Calcium Homeostasis

195.    Metabolism of Cholecalciferol

196.    Bone Cellular Anatomy, Sagittal View

197.    Bone Cellular Anatomy, Cross Section

198.    Calcium Movements Associated with Osteoid Cells

 

  PowerPoint Presentations

 

Note: these are large files that will require a long time to load on a modem.  They are best viewed using a high speed, broadband, or ethernet link.

  1. Introduction to Endocrinology
  2. Introduction to Basic, Hypothalamic, and Hypophysial Endocrinology
  3. Introduction to Basic, Hypothalamic, and Hypophysial Endocrinology, Version 2
  4. Signal Transduction

 

  1. Cell Cycle Control & Oncogenesis
  2. Cell Cycle Control & Oncogenesis - Fall 2007, Campbell & Del Gaizo Moore
  3. Cancer Biology - Fall 2009, Ludmilla Flores
  4. RBI Sigma Descriptions of Apoptotic Pathways
  5. Steroids & Steroidogenesis
  6. Overview of Male Endocrinology
  7. Overview of Female Endocrinology
  8. Biomarkers of Ovulation, Fertilization, & Pregnancy
  9. Endocrine Disruptors
  10. Thyroid Physiology
  11. Evolution of Basic Digestive Physiology and Endocrinology
  12. Diabetes: Basics and Drugs
  13. Blood Pressure Controls
  14. Calcium Homeostasis & Bone Metabolism
  15. Opportunities and Active Research Areas in Endocrinology
  16. Training in Endocrinology & Other Biomedical Sciences


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