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Regulators of ovarian functions

Alexander V. Sirotkin

Regulators of ovarian functions

by Alexander V. Sirotkin

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Published by Nova Science Publishers in Hauppauge, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ovaries -- Molecular aspects,
  • Ovulation -- Regulation,
  • Ovary -- physiology,
  • Menstrual Cycle -- physiology,
  • Transcription Factors -- physiology

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementAlexander V. Sirotkin.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQP261 .S57 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24068554M
    ISBN 109781616680404
    LC Control Number2010003164
    OCLC/WorldCa502393652

    Start studying R13 - Ovarian function and regulation by hormones. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Buy Ovarian Toxicology (Target Organ Toxicology): Read Books Reviews -

    Here we report that ovarian cancer (OvCa), an aggressive malignancy refractory to standard treatments and current immunotherapies 5–8, induces Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER) stress and activation of the IRE1α-XBP1 arm of the Unfolded Protein Response (UPR) 9,10 in T cells to control their mitochondrial respiration and anti-tumor by:   In closing, we stand by our conclusions that GDF9:BMP15 heterodimers are potent regulators of ovarian functions. Acknowledgments These studies were supported by the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development through R01 Grants HD (to M.M.M. and T.B.T.) and HD (to J.J.E.).Cited by: 2.

      Interestingly, central defects in androgen signaling have also been implicated as the primary regulators of infertility in models and diseases of androgen excess, including polycystic ovarian syndrome (9–15). However, we postulate that, based on our data, primary androgen signaling in the ovary may be equally important in the overall Cited by: These hormonal and intracellular regulators are able to control apoptosis, proliferation and secretory activity in porcine, rabbit, human and chicken ovarian cells and maturation of porcine oocytes and cumulus oophorus in vivo and in vitro, as well as to suppress or promote the response of ovarian cells to other hormones. Immuno-blockade of Cited by: 1.


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Regulators of ovarian functions by Alexander V. Sirotkin Download PDF EPUB FB2

Ovarian functions, but aims to provide an introductory framework for understanding the most significant signalling molecules and processes within the ovary to be affected by these : Alexander Sirotkin.

Intends to review the knowledge concerning basic processes occurring in the most important female reproductive organ - ovary and their regulators. This book describes the most important processes (ovarian cyclic Regulators of ovarian functions book and oogenesis), as well as their extracellular (hormones and growth factors) and intracellular regulators.

Regulators of ovarian functions. [Alexander V Sirotkin] -- This book represents an attempt to review the most recent knowledge concerning basic processes occurring in the most important female reproductive organ - the ovaries and their regulators.

It was, therefore, timely to review the current state of knowledge regarding the regulation of ovarian and testicular function by bringing together scientists working in separate and discrete aspects of reproduction to review the functional implications of their research on the regulation of function within the same tissue and also in Brand: Springer US.

Search within book. Front Matter. Pages i-xi. PDF. with respect to feedback systems and regulatory loops that control reproductive processes in vivo. timely to review the current state of knowledge regarding the regulation of ovarian and testicular function by bringing together scientists working in separate and discrete aspects of.

The two pituitary gonadotropins, luteinizing hormone (LH) and follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH), and the placental LH homologue human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG), are the tropic regulators of ovarian differentiation, growth, and endocrine and gametogenic functions.

Regulation of ovarian function The ovaries secrete both estrogen and progesterone into the bloodstream, and thus they are important endocrine glands.

Before the onset of puberty the ovaries are quiescent, and the cortex of each ovary contains only immature follicles. The book is divided into 8 sections: The Ovarian Follicular Apparatus: Operational Characteristics; Oocyte Maturation and Ovulation; The Corpus Luteum; Putative Intraovarian Regulators; Cyclic Ovarian Cell Death; Novel Experimental Models; Human Ovarian Pathophysiology: Select Aspects; and Human Ovarian Surface Epithelium and Neoplasia.

The book looks at ovarian function from a detailed molecular and cellular level that examines all phases of the ovarian lifecycle that places special emphasis on the pathophysiology of the human ovary, including ovarian carcinogenesis.

Evaluating Ovarian Function. One of the most common fertility diagnoses, ovulation disorders are usually easy to treat. The female ovaries provide two key functions: they produce a mature egg to be available for fertilization each month (ovulation) and they deliver the hormones estrogen and progesterone, which are essential to establishing and maintaining pregnancy.

Ovary Definition. An ovary refers to the female reproductive organ in vertebrates that produces the female gametes (eggs/oocytes) and functions as an exocrine ovaries are typically found in pairs; however, both are not functional in all animals (e.g., birds and some fish species).The number of eggs produced by each species differs, with fish and amphibian species.

This second edition of The Ovary incorporates the dramatic research developments regarding the ovarian life cycle within the past decade. It looks at ovarian function from a detailed molecular and cellular level.

The updated chapters, along with the new material, represent an unparalleled compilation of chapters relevant to contemporary ovarian Edition: 2. ovarian cell functions and in mediating the ac tion of upstream hormonal stimulators. In the first series of experiments, we examined the effect of the known hormonal regulators of ovarian functions, Follicle-Stimulating Hormone (FSH), oxytocin (OT) and insulin-like growth factor I (IGF-I) (all at 0, 1, 10 and ng mLG1 doses), on the.

Regulatory role of microRNAs in ovarian function. Growth differentiation factor 9:bone morphogenetic protein 15 heterodimers are potent regulators of ovarian functions Jia Penga,b, Qinglei Lic, Karen Wigglesworthd, Adithya Rangarajane, Chandramohan Kattamurif, Randall T.

Petersong, John J. Eppigd, Thomas B. Thompsonf, and Martin M. Matzuka,b,e,h,i,j,1 Departments of aPathology and Immunology, bMolecular and Human Genetics, Cited by: Aguado LI, Ojeda SR (a) Prepubertal ovarian function is finely regulated by direct adrenergic influences.

Role of noradrenergic innervation. Endocrinology – PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar Aguado LI, Ojeda SR (b) Effect of selective removal of the adrenal medulla on female sexual by: Modulation of ovarian functions and fertility response using Insulin: Ovarian and Fertility Response of insulin Harmon in an estrous Buffaloes [Vishnu Gupta] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Clinical surveys revealed higher incidences of anestrous due to inactives ovaries in buffaloes in comparison to cattleAuthor: Vishnu Gupta. RNA interference, a recently discovered new mechanism controlling gene expression via small RNAs, was shown to be involved in characterization and control of basic ovarian cell : Alexander Sirotkin.

External and endocrine factors can affect female reproduction via SIRTs-mammalian target of rapamycin (mTOR) system, which, via hormones and growth factors, can in turn regulate basic ovarian functions (proliferation, apoptosis, secretory activity of ovarian cells, their response to upstream hormonal regulators, ovarian folliculo- and oogenesis, and fecundity).Cited by:   The ovarian cycle governs the preparation of endocrine tissues and release of eggs, while the menstrual cycle governs the preparation and maintenance of the uterine lining.

These cycles occur concurrently and are coordinated over a 22–32 day cycle, with an average length of 28 : Charles Molnar, Jane Gair, Molnar, Charles, Gair, Jane. Although genetic studies have uncovered critical functions of GDF9 and BMP15 in female reproduction, many genetic and physiologic data for these ligands remain perplexing.

Here we establish that mouse and human GDF9:BMP15 heterodimers are the most biopotent regulators of ovarian granulosa cell by: Ovary function and anatomy. The primary function of the ovaries is to nurture and prepare oocytes (eggs) for the process of ovulation (rupture and release of the mature egg from the ovary).

Once an egg is released, it migrates down a fallopian tube to the in the fallopian tube, an egg may be penetrated and fertilized by a an egg becomes fertilized, it will implant in the.

In human and mouse models of ovarian cancer, endoplasmic reticulum stress and the activation of the IRE1α–XBP1 pathway decreases the metabolic fitness of T Cited by: