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Endocrinology Suggested Readings-Site 9

Hormone Action

  1. Howard J. Kirchick and Lutz Birnbaumer 1983 Luteal adenylyl cyclase does not develop sensitivity to desensitization by human chorionic gonadotropin in the absence of nonluteal ovarian tissue. Endocrinology 113(6):2052-2057.
  2. Takachi Murachi 1983 Calpain and calpastatin. TIBS 8:167-169.
  3. Yasutomi Nishizuka 1983 Phospholipid degradation and signal translation for protein phosphorylation. TIBS 8:13-16.
  4. Barry L. Taylor 1983 How do bacteria find the optimal concentration of oxygen? TIBS 8:438-441.
  5. Miles D. Houslay 1984 A family of guanine nucleotide regulatory proteins. TIBS 9(2):39-40.
  6. Grahame J. Kelly 1984 Calcium, calmodulin, and the action of plant hormones. TIBS 9(1):4-5.
  7. Jean L. Marx 1984 A new view of receptor action. Science 224:271-274.
  8. Bob Michell 1984 Hormone action at membranes. TIBS 89(1):3-4.
  9. Andrew C. Newby 1984 Adenosine and the concept of 'retaliatory metabolites.' TIBS 9:42-44.
  10. Yasutomi Nishizuka 1984 Protein kinases in signal transduction. TIBS 9:163-171.
  11. Bruce A. Harris and JD Robishaw 1985 Molecular cloning of complementary DNA for the alpha subunit of the G protein that stimulates adenylate cyclase. Science 229:1274-1277.
  12. Andrey A. Kondrashin 1985 Cyclic AMP and regulation of gene expression. TIBS 10:97-98.
  13. Jean L. Marx 1985 The polyphosphoinositides revisited. Science 228:312-313.
  14. Beverly Packard 1985 Modulation of receptor binding, signal transduction and connections into the cell. TIBS 10(10):377.
  15. M. Rodbell 1985 Programmable messengers: a new theory of hormone action. TIBS 10:461-464.
  16. Alan Fein 1986 Blockade of visual excitation and adaptation in Limulus photoreceptor by GDP-B-S. Science 232:1543-1545.
  17. Bob Michell and Miles Houslay 1986 Pleiotypic responses: Regulation by programmable messengers or by multiple receptors? TIBS 11:239-241.
  18. Christopher G. Proud 1986 Guanine nucleotides, protein phosphorylation and the control of translation. TIBS 11:73-77.
  19. Charles D. Smith and CC Cox 1986 Receptor-coupled activation of phosphoinositide-specific phospholipase C by an N protein. Science 232:97-100.
  20. Ernst Hafen and KB Jan-Erik Edstroem 1987 Sevenless, a cell-specific homeotic gene of Drosophila, encodes a putative transmembrane receptor with a tyrosine kinase domain. Science 236:55-63.
  21. Ian G. Macara and Alan Wolfman 1989 Signal transduction and the Ras gene family: Molecular switches of unknown function. TEM 1:26-30.
  22. Axel Ullrich and Joseph Schlessinger 1990 Signal transduction by receptors with tyrosine kinase activity. Cell 61:203-212.
  23. Lewis C. Cantley and KR Auger 1991 Oncogenes and signal transduction. Cell 64:281-302.
  24. Olivier Chabre and BR Conklin 1992 A recombinant calcitonin receptor independently stimulates 3,' 5'-cyclic adenosine monophosphate and Ca2+/inositol phosphate signaling pathways. Molecular Endocrinology 6(4):551-556.
  25. Sheila Collins, MG Caron and Robert J Lefkowitz 1992 From ligand binding to gene expression: New insights into the regulation of G-protein-coupled receptors. TIBS 17:37-39.
  26. Thomas Gudermann and Finn Olav Levy 1992 Ca2+ mobilization by the LH receptor expressed in Xenopus oocytes independent of 3,' 5'-cyclic adenosine monophosphate formation: Evidence for parallel activation of two signaling pathways. Molecular Endocrinology 6(2):272-278.
  27. K.-P. Hsieh and T. F. J. Martin 1992 Thyrotropin-releasing hormone receptors activate phospholipase C by coupling to the guanosine triphosphate-binding proteins Gq and G11. Molecular Endocrinology 6(10):1673-1681.
  28. Manuel Izquierdo and Doreen A. Cantrell 1992 T-cell activation. Trends in Cell Biology 2:268-271.
  29. Sally J. Leevers and Christopher J. Marshall 1992 MAP kinase regulation-the oncogene connection. Trends in Cell Biology 2:283-286.
  30. Marie E. Monaco and Marvin C. Gershengorn 1992 Subcellular organization of receptor-mediated phosphoinositide turnover. Endocrine Reviews 13(4):707-718.
  31. Suzanne R. Pfeffer 1992 GTP-binding proteins in intracellular transport. Trends in Cell Biology 2:41-46.
  32. Linda J. Pike 1992 Phosphatidylinositol 4-kinases and the role of polyphosphoinositides. Endocrine Reviews 13(4):692-706.
  33. Allen M. Spiegel, AS Lee, and S Weinstein 1992 Receptor-effector coupling by G proteins: Implications for normal and abnormal signal transduction. Endocrine Reviews 13(3):536-565.
  34. Judith L. Turgeon and Dennis W. Waring 1992 Functional cross-talk between receptors for peptide and steroid hormones. TEM 3(10):360-365.
  35. Anne Guiochon-Mantel and Edwin Milgrom 1993 Cytoplasmic-nuclear trafficking of steroid hormone receptors. TEM 4(10):322-328.
  36. Bruce J. Mayer and David Baltimore 1993 Signalling through SH2 and SH3 domains. Trends in Cell Biology 3:8-13.
  37. Gino V. Segre and Steven R. Goldring 1993 Receptors for secretin, calcitonin, parathyroid hormone (PTH)/PTH-related peptide, vasoactive intestinal peptide, glucagonlike peptide 1, growth hormone-releasing hormone, and glucagon belong to a newly discovered G-protein-linked receptor family. TEM 4(10):309-314.
  38. Tamas Balla and Kevin J. Catt 1994 Phosphoinositides and calcuim signaling: New aspects and diverse functions in cell regulation. TEM 5(6):250-255.
  39. Chen Chen, JV Iain, and J Clarke 1994 Ion channels and the signal transduction pathways in the regulation of growth hormone secretion. TEM 5(6):227-233.
  40. James W. Putney, J Gary, and St J Bird 1994 Calcuim mobilization by inositol phosphates and other intracellular messengers. TEM 5(6):256-260.
  41. Michael J. Quon and AJ Butte 1994 Insulin signal transduction pathways. TEM 5(9):369-376.
  42. Patrick J. Casey 1995 Protein lipidation in cell signaling. Science 268:221-254.
  43. Stewart Leung, XL George, and R Stark 1996 STATs find that hanging together can be stimulating. Science 273:750-751.

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