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1934 1
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1938 5
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1940 3
1942 1
1943 1
1944 1
1945 39
1946 121
1947 136
1948 207
1949 115
1950 257
1951 347
1952 465
1953 478
1954 392
1955 440
1956 348
1957 395
1958 349
1959 374
1960 335
1961 386
1962 272
1963 208
1964 251
1965 261
1966 222
1967 297
1968 302
1969 334
1970 346
1971 296
1972 300
1973 256
1974 328
1975 406
1976 398
1977 449
1978 526
1979 614
1980 683
1981 663
1982 636
1983 722
1984 705
1985 738
1986 774
1987 721
1988 774
1989 676
1990 757
1991 814
1992 761
1993 696
1994 657
1995 677
1996 691
1997 592
1998 646
1999 615
2000 698
2001 731
2002 743
2003 685
2004 687
2005 634
2006 682
2007 646
2008 684
2009 641
2010 649
2011 585
2012 617
2013 583
2014 544
2015 537
2016 557
2017 550
2018 496
2019 238
2020 9
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Metabolic hormones and the regulation of spermatogenesis in fishes.
Hatef A and Unniappan S. Theriogenology 2019 - Review. PMID 31167155
Specifically, the primary goal is to review the physiological interactions between hormones that regulate reproduction and hormones that regulate metabolism as a critical determinant of testicular function. A brief introduction to the localization of metabolic hormones in fish testis is also provided. Besides, the consequences of fasting and food deprivation on testicular development and sperm quality will be discussed with a focus on interactions between metabolic and reproductive hormones....
Specifically, the primary goal is to review the physiological interactions between hormones that regulate reproduction and hormone
Hormones and Muscle Atrophy.
Martín AI, et al. Adv Exp Med Biol 2018 - Review. PMID 30390253
Hormones such as growth hormone (GH), insulin-like growth factor-I (IGF-I) and androgens are the main regulators of muscle metabolism in both health and disease; have profound influences on muscle, acting as anabolic factors; and are important regulators of muscle mass. ...
Hormones such as growth hormone (GH), insulin-like growth factor-I (IGF-I) and androgens are the main regulators of muscle metabolism
The physiology of endocrine systems with ageing
van den Beld AW, et al. Lancet Diabetes Endocrinol 2018 - Review. PMID 30017799 Free PMC article.
During ageing, the secretory patterns of the hormones produced by the hypothalamic-pituitary axis change, as does the sensitivity of the axis to negative feedback by end hormones. ...
During ageing, the secretory patterns of the hormones produced by the hypothalamic-pituitary axis change, as does the sensitivity of …
Endocrine Effects of Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport
Elliott-Sale KJ, et al. Int J Sport Nutr Exerc Metab 2018 - Review. PMID 30008240
Dietary intake/appetite-regulating hormones, insulin and other glucose-regulating hormones, growth hormone and insulin-like growth factor 1, thyroid hormones, cortisol, and gonadal hormones are all discussed. ...
Dietary intake/appetite-regulating hormones, insulin and other glucose-regulating hormones, growth hormone and insulin-like gr …
Control of Leukocyte Trafficking by Stress-Associated Hormones.
Ince LM, et al. Front Immunol 2019 - Review. PMID 30687335 Free PMC article.
These hormones are often associated with a stress response, however they regulate immune cell trafficking also in steady state, with effects dependent upon cell type, location, time-of-day, concentration, and duration of signal. ...
These hormones are often associated with a stress response, however they regulate immune cell trafficking also in steady state, with …
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