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Molecular Biology in Reproductive Medicine, by B.C.J.M. Fauser, A. J. Rutherford, J. F. Strauss

Molecular Biology in Reproductive Medicine

by B.C.J.M. Fauser (Editor), A. J. Rutherford (Editor), J. F. Strauss

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Format: Hardcover, 1st ed., 523pp. 
ISBN: 1850709947
Publisher: Prthnon Pu 
Pub. Date: May 1999

Description from BarnesandNoble.com

Annotation

"...an authoritative and comprehensive clinical reference covering basic science and clinical application...includes color illustrations and is written by some of the world's leading experts in the field." Appropriate for: Reproductive Medicine Researchers, Reproductive Medicine Specialists.

From New England Journal of Medicine

Molecular Biology in Reproductive Medicine is a very useful book that is reasonably priced. The changing fields of molecular biology and reproductive physiology are combined in an easy-to-use format that will appeal to students, researchers, and clinicians alike.

From Booknews

This text describes those molecular processes known to be important in our understanding of reproductive function and which play a significant role in the clinical management of patients. The 23 chapters provide a review of background information required to understand recent developments and to bridge the gap between basic and clinical science in reproduction. Topics include molecular genetics, cell biology, gamete and embryo biology, clinical genetics, genetics of adult reproductive dysfunction, and hormone synthesis, action and signal transduction. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Table of Contents

List of the Editors
List of the contributors
Foreword
Preface
Editors' Introduction
Sect. I Molecular genetics
Ch. 1 Introduction to molecular biology   3
Ch. 2 Basic techniques in genetic analysis for molecular biology in clinical
reproductive medicine   23
Ch. 3 Transgenic technology in animal reproductive processes: methods, interpretation and contributions   49
Sect. II Cell biology
Ch. 4 Polypeptide growth factors and their role in regulating the cell cycle   67
Ch. 5 Apoptosis and its impact in clinical reproductive medicine   79
Ch. 6 Molecular carcinogenesis   103
Sect. III Hormone synthesis, action and signal transduction
Ch. 7 Gonadotropin releasing hormone and the GnRH receptor   131
Ch. 8 Studies of recombinant gonadotropins: intersection of basic science and therapeutics   147
Ch. 9 Gonadotropin receptors   165
Ch. 10 Synthesis of the sex steroid hormones: molecular and structural biology with applications to clinical practice   201
Ch. 11 Steroid hormone receptors   233
Sect. IV Gamete and embryo biology
Ch. 12 Molecular biology of female gametogenesis   251
Ch. 13 Molecular biology of male gametogenesis   271
Ch. 14 Fertilization   297
Ch. 15 Preimplantation embryo development   313
Ch. 16 Implantation and endometrial function   333
Ch. 17 Concepts in early embryonic patterning   353
Sect. V Clinical genetics
Ch. 18 The role of genetic counselling and infertility   383
Ch. 19 Genetic counselling in reproductive disorders   393
Ch. 20 Preimplantation genetic diagnosis   409
Ch. 21 Ethics of assisted reproduction: the case of preimplantation genetic diagnosis   433
Sect. VI Genetics of adult reproductive dysfunction
Ch. 22 Genetics of female reproductive dysfunction   451
Ch. 23 Genetics of male reproductive dysfunction   479
Index   505
 


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