Neuroendocrine Molecular Biology

Neuroendocrine Molecular Biology

by Kenneth W. McKernsG. Fink and A. J. Harmar

Paperback / softback Publication Date: 14/06/2012

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The 13th Annual Meeting of the Foundation was held in Edinburgh during September 1985. The subject was neuroendocrine molecular biology which brought together leading scientists in the fields of molecular genetics, neuroendocrinology and developmental neuro- biology. The conference was most stimulating and as the Proceedings show, novel data presented was of the highest quality. The topics presented were grouped under the headings;, "Molecular Biology of the Nervous System", "IlIRH - New Perspectives', "Neuropeptides", "Oxytocin and Vasopressin", "Transcriptional and Post-Translational Regulation of Neuropeptide Synthesis", "Neuroendocrine Mechanisms at the Cellular Level", "Receptors - Cellular and Molecular Biology" and "Clinical Applications". The
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