Handwerger Table of ContentsnnintroductionnnChapter 1: Microarray-based Gene Expression Analysis of EndocrinenSystems: Principles of Experimental Design and InterpretationnJegga, Anil G., Bruce J Aronow, Stuart Handwergernnhormone action and molecular mechanismsnnChapter 2: Expression Profiles and Transcription Factors Involved innParathyroid Hormone Signaling in Osteoblastic CellsnGene Ling Qin, Ping Qui, Nicola C. PartridgennChapter 3: Analysis of Growth Hormone effects on hepatic genenexpression in hypophysectomized rats.nAmilcar Flores-Morales and Leandro Fernandez-PereznnChapter 4: Gene expression profiling in leiomyoma in response to GnRHntherapy and TGF-bnNasser Chegini and Xiaoping LuonnChapter 5: Gene Profiling Analysis of Androgen Receptor MediatednFunctionnComstock, Clay E.S.,Craig J. Burd, Walter J. Jessen, Karen E. KnudsennnChapter 6: Interrogating Estrogen Receptor Signaling in Breast Cancernby Chromatin Immunoprecipitation MicroarraysnCheng, Alfred S.L., Huey-Jen Lin, and Tim H.-M. HuangnnChapter 7: Gene expression analysis of adrenal cortex in health andndiseasenAnelia Horvath and Constantine A. Stratakisnnendocrine producing tissuesnnChapter 8: DNA microarray analysis of decidualizationnOri Eyal, MD and Stuart Handwerger, MDnnChapter 9: Large scale DNA Microarray data analysis revealsnglucocorticoid receptor-mediated breast cancer cell survival pathwaysnMin Zou, Wei Wu, and Suzanne D. ConzennnChapter 10: Application of Microarrays for gene transcript analysis inntype 2 diabetesnR. Sreekumar, C. P. Kolbert, Y. Asmann, and K.S.NairnnChapter 11: DNA Microarray Analysis and Effects of TSH, Iodide,nCytokines and Therapeutic Agents on Gene Expression in Cultured HumannThyroid FolliclesnKanji Sato, Kazuko Yamazaki, Emiko Yamadannndiseases of hormonal systemsnnChapter 12: Genomics and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS): the Use ofnMicroarray Analysis to Identify New Candidate GenesnJennifer R. Wood, PhD and Jerome F. Strauss, III MD, PhDnnChapter 13: Microarray Analysis of Alterations Induced by Obesity innWhite Adipose Tissue Gene Expression ProfilingnJulien Tirard, Ricardo Moraes, Danielle Naville, and Martine BegeotnnChapter 14: Novel Molecular Signaling and Classification of HumannClinically Nonfunctioning Pituitary Adenomas Identified by Microarraynand Reverse Transcription-Quantitative Polymerase Chain ReactionnChheng-Orn Evans, Carlos S. Moreno, Nelson M. OyesikunnChapter 15: Gene Expression Studies of Prostate Hyperplasia innProlactin Transgenic MicenKarin Dillner PhD, Jon Kindlom MD, PhD, Amilcar Flores-Morales PhD, andnHagan Wennbo MD, PhD
Genomics in Endocrinology focuses on exciting new advances in endocrinology resulting from DNA microarray studies and includes a comprehensive introduction to the use of DNA microarrays in endocrinology. The text provides the basis for further understanding of the usefulness of microarray analyses in endocrinology research. Topics discussed include the methodology of DNA microarrays and general methods for the analysis of microarray data.
Focuses on exciting new advances in endocrinology
Includes a comprehensive introduction to the use of DNA microarrays in endocrinology
Chapters on genome characterizations of endocrine-producing tissues