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Luteinizing Hormone LH

Luteinizing hormone (LH), a gonadotropin, stimulates the gonads - in males, the testes, and in females, the ovaries. It is essential for reproduction, and secreted from cells in the anterior pituita...

Viruses and cancer

Viruses are implicated in the causes of some cancers, and may in time offer potential therapy for other forms of cancer. An oncovirus is a virus that can cause cancer. Worldwide, the WHO Internati...

Thrombopoiesis Stimulating Agents TPO IL 11

Thrombopoiesis stimulating agents are under evaluation for treatment of idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP) and for prevention of severe thrombocytopenia induced by chemotherapy.

Antibody classes

An antibody, also known as an immunoglobulin, is a large Y-shaped protein used by the immune system to identify and neutralize foreign objects such as bacteria and viruses. The antibody recognizes a...

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A steroid may be an effective treatment for gout, says study

A new study has found that a steroid pill may be as good as a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) in the treatment of gout. For the study, published in Annals of Internal Medicine, researchers...

New mechanism for wound healing identified by biological laboratory scientist

A researcher has identified a new mechanism for wound healing that has wide-ranging therapeutic potential for the treatment of injury, disease and even aging. Instead of replacing lost cells through c...

New mechanism for wound healing identified

Wound healing is not a one-size-fits-all process. MDI Biological Laboratory Assistant Professor, Vicki P. Losick, Ph.D, has recently discovered a new healing mechanism, which she has called wound-indu...

Nuclear receptors outside the nucleus: extranuclear signalling by steroid receptors

Steroid hormone receptors are well known to regulate various aspects of animal physiology by acting as transcriptional regulators in the nucleus. However, it is now evident that these receptors can al...

Anabolic Steroid Use in Nonathletes: Why?

Most clinicians are unaware of the scope of anabolic steroid abuse, and rarely ask patients about it. Medscape Family Medicine

Force-induced tautomerization in a single molecule

Force-induced tautomerization in a single porphycene molecule is investigated on a Cu(110) surface at 5 K by using non-contact atomic force microscopy. The force needed to trigger the tautomerization ...

Anabolic steroid use

What you need to knowAsk about anabolic steroid use in a non-judgemental way, strongly encourage cessation, and explain the side effects and long term health risksMale patients (

New mechanism for wound healing identified by MDI biological laboratory scientist

(Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory) MDI Biological Laboratory scientist Vicki P. Losick, Ph.D., has identified a new mechanism for wound healing that has wide-ranging therapeutic potential for...

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A single-nucleotide polymorphism in MMP9 is associated with decreased risk of steroid-induced osteonecrosis of the femoral head.

Osteonecrosis of the femoral head (ONFH) is a common hip joint disease, and steroid-induced ONFH accounts for a large number of cases. Here, we examined eight previously-identified single-nucleotide p...

Developmental and Functional Effects of Steroid Hormones on the Neuroendocrine Axis and Spinal Cord.

This review highlights the principal effects of steroid hormones at central and peripheral levels in the neuroendocrine axis. The data discussed here points out the principal role of estrogens and tes...

Steroid induced dysglycemia during first 48 hours of steroid therapy in hospitalized patients.

Steroid induced dysglycemia during first 48 hours of steroid therapy in hospitalized patients.

The Steroid Hormone 20-hydroxyecdysone Enhances Gene Transcription through the cAMP Response Element-binding Protein (CREB) Signaling Pathway.

Animal steroid hormones regulate gene transcription through genomic pathways by binding to nuclear receptors. These steroid hormones also rapidly increase intracellular calcium and cyclic adenosine mo...

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