Ciba Foundation Symposium - Anterior Pituitary Secretion

Content:
Chapter 1 Cytochemical Localization of the Protein Hormones of the Anterior Hypophysis (pages 1–20): A. G. Everson Pearse
Chapter 2 The Physiological that means of the Histological photograph of the Anterior, Hypophysis attribute of Castration, being pregnant and Thyroidectomy (pages 21–32): L. Desclin
Chapter three Structural alterations within the Anterior Pituitary with precise connection with the Adrenal Cortex (pages 33–53): H. Tuchmann?Duplessis
Chapter four Nerve Fibres within the Rat Adenohypophysis less than general and Experimental stipulations (pages 54–64): E. Vazquez?Lopez and P. C. Williams
Chapter five Gomori?Positive and Gomori?Negative Nerve Fibres within the Neurohypophysis and their Physiological importance (pages 65–71): H. Nowakowski
Chapter 6 Comparative features of the Hypophysis, specially of Blood provide and Innervation (pages 72–86): J. D. Green
Chapter 7 the connection of the Hypothalamus to the Pituitary Secretion of ACTH (pages 87–102): David M. Hume
Chapter eight Hypothalamic keep watch over of ACTH Secretion by way of the Pituitary Gland (pages 103–105): J. de Groot and G. W. Harris
Chapter nine Hypothalamic regulate of the Anterior Pituitary Gland (pages 106–114): G. W. Harris
Chapter 10 useful Hypophyseal Grafts (pages 115–123): G. W. Harris and Dora Jacobsohn
Chapter eleven reports at the keep watch over of ACTH free up through Hypophyseal Transplants (pages 124–138): Claude Fortier
Chapter 12 The position of Epinephrine within the Secretion of the Adrenal Cortex (pages 139–147): C. N. H. Long
Chapter thirteen Neural keep an eye on of Secretion of ACTH (pages 148–153): John R. Brobeck
Chapter 14 The function of Adrenaline within the reaction of the Adrenal Cortex to emphasize of varied forms, together with Emotional (pages 154–166): Marthe Vogt
Chapter 15 Presumptive Hypothalamic keep an eye on of Spontaneous Ovulation (pages 167–178): John W. Everett
Chapter sixteen The effect of yes Adrenergic and Cholinergic medicines on Urinary Gonadotrophin output in Amenorrh?ic ladies (pages 179–185): A. C. Crooke
Chapter 17 The prevalence of Histamine in Cerebral areas regarding the Hypophysis (pages 186–194): G. W. Harris, Dora Jacobsohn and G. Kahlson
Chapter 18 The effect of assorted Steroids and Steroid Hormones at the Hormonal job of the Anterior Lobe of the Pituitary Gland?Experiments in humans (pages 195–202): Christian Hamburger and Mogen? Sprechler
Chapter 19 The Co?Ordination of Hypothalamic Vegetative Controls (pages 203–212): G. C. Kennedy
Chapter 20 The impression of Environmental adjustments at the Pituitary (pages 213–228): S. Zuckerman
Chapter 21 reviews with Radioactively Labelled Anterior Pituitary arrangements (pages 229–244): Martin Sonenrerg
Chapter 22 makes an attempt at Inhibition of Anterior Lobe Secretion by means of p?Hydroxypropiophenone (pages 245–254): A. Lacassagne
Chapter 23 the expansion Hormone and Carbohydrate Metabolism (pages 255–263): F. G. Young
Chapter 24 Ovarian Periodicity within the Absence of Cyclic buildings (pages 264–270): A. S. Parkes
Chapter 25 Inter?Relations of Gonadotrophic and Gonadal Hormones within the legislation of Testicular services (pages 271–282): Warren O. Nelson
Chapter 26 Gonadotrophin Excretion in guy (pages 283–293): P. J. Banks, H. M. Lloyd and E. F. Scowen
Chapter 27 components which impact the Physiological Reactions of the Thyroid?Stimulating Hormone of the Pituitary (pages 294–310): Rulow W. Rawson
Chapter 28 Penetration of Labelled Thyroxine into the Hypophysis: fresh Findings (pages 311–315): R. Courrier
Chapter 29 The Mechanism of Experimental Exophthalmos as a result of Pituitary Extracts (pages 316–326): E. E. Pochin
Chapter 30 at the Bioassay of Adrenocorticotrophic Hormone (pages 327–346): Choh Hao Li
Chapter 31 Ovarian reaction to ACTH (pages 347–355): F. T. G. Prunty and Barbara E. Clayton
Chapter 32 studies within the management of ACTH to babies (pages 356–362): E. Rominger
Chapter 33 a few comments at the Pathophysiology and treatment of the Adrenogenital Syndrome (pages 363–371): A. Jores, H. Nowakowski and F. Rausch
Chapter 34 A Proposed Mechanism for the Synthesis of Steroids within the Adrenal Cortex (pages 372–380): C. J. O. R. Morris
Chapter 35 a few elements of the body structure of Hormone the Anterior?Pituitary Lactogenic (pages 381–394): S. J. Folley
Chapter 36 interplay among Prolactin and Progesterone within the rules of the Secretory techniques within the Mammary Gland (pages 395–401): L. Desclin
Chapter 37 Hypophyseal and Ovarian Hormones within the legislation of the Mammary Glands (pages 402–412): Warben O. Nelson

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Sci. , 15, 788. SWANN, H. G. (1940). Physiol. , 20, 498. WOLFE,-1. , arid C‘LISXLAND, R. (1931). Anat. , 51, 213. GENERALDISCUSSION 19 WOLFE,J. , and CLEVELAND,R. (1934). Proc. e q . , N . Y . , 30, 1092. ZECKWER, I. T. (1937). Amer. J . , 13,085. ZECKWER,I. ,DAVIDSON, L. , KELLER,T. , and LIVERGOOD, C. S. (1035). Amer. J. med. , 190, 145. DISCUSSION PARKES: Were you able to get your human material in reasonably fresh condition? PEARSE: Most of the photographs I showed were of glands less than 6 hours old, and the best I have ever achieved is l+ hours.

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