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Retinoids : progress in research and clinical applications

Author: Maria A Livrea; Lester Packer
Publisher: New York : M. Dekker, ©1993.
Series: Clinical dermatology, 5.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats

Contains papers presented at the Conference on Retinoids: New Trends in Research and Clinical Applications, held in 1991 in Palermo, Italy, describing the research findings on biochemistry,  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Congresses
Conference papers and proceedings
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Maria A Livrea; Lester Packer
ISBN: 0824787587 9780824787585
OCLC Number: 26935073
Notes: Papers from a conference on Retinoids: new trends in research and clinical applications.
Description: xxi, 648 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Part 1 Metabolism and nutrition: conversion of carotenoids to retinoids, Norman I. Krinsky, et al; interactions of retinoids with lipid bilayers and with membranes, Noa Noy; roles of cellular retinol-binding protein and cellular retinoic acid-binding protein in the metabolic channeling of retinoids, J.S. Napoli, et al; molecular mechanisms of accumulation of retinoids in adult and embryonic cells, Claes-Olof Bavik, et al; retinoids are actively metabolized in rabbit bone marrow, William S. Blaner, et al; retinol-binding protein expression and its regulation in adipose tissue, DeWitt S. Goodman, et al; plasma retinol-binding protein and its interaction with transthyretin, Rodolfo Berni, et al; role of fatty acid-binding protein as a vehicle of retinoids, Fumio Fukai and Takashi Katayama; vitamin A-binding proteins in the cells of rat seminiferous tubules, Michela Galdieri, Raffaella Faraonio, and Vittorio Colantuoni; retinol-binding protein expression and its regulation in liver and cultured cell lines, Marie-Sophie Mourey, et al; enzymatic synthesis of retinoic acid in retin, John C. Saari and Gregory G. Garwin; retinol-binding proteins and the All-transto 11-CIS isomerization of retinol in the pigment epithelium, Maria A. Livrea, et al; the epidemiology of vitamin A deficiency and depletion (hypovitaminosis A) as a public health problem, Barbara A. Underwood; model-based compartmental analysis of retinol kinetic in organs of rats as different levels of vitamin A Status, Michael H. Green, et al. Part 2 Molecular and cell biology: interaction of retinoids with retinoic acid nuclear receptor isoforms, Marcia I. Dawson, et al; retinoic acid receptors and the regulation of gene expression in tracheobronchial epithelial cells, Anton M. Jetten, et al; binding affinities of retinoids to their binding protein receptors and their biological activities, Brahma P. Sani; differential expression of cytoplasmic retinoic acid-binding proteins I and II mRNA and proteins in normal and psoriatic human skin, Georges Seigenthaler, et al; selective synthetic ligands for nuclear retinoic acid receptor subtypes, Braham Shroot, et al; identification of thymosin Beta-10 as a developmentally regulated, retinoid-responsive gene expressed in malignant tumours and embryoinic tissues, Alan K. Hall; retinoic status, skin tumour formation, and differentiation, Luigi M. De Luca, et al; modulation of cell proliferation and differentiation by retinoids, cytokines, and their combination - experimental and clinical aspects, Werner Bollag and Richard Peck. Part contents.
Series Title: Clinical dermatology, 5.
Responsibility: edited by Maria A. Livrea, Lester Packer.
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." . .an outstanding book, current in its information, extensive in the contributions from many of the leading researchers, and very well organized and indexed." ---Journal of Optimal Nutrition

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