SFOS 67

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SFOS 67
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2011-06-07 09:25:09
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Intro Endocrine Physiology
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SFOS 67
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  1. Identify the movements associated with the following hormones:

    1. Growth hormone
    2. Insulin
    3. Glucagon
    4. ADH
    • 1. AAs into cells
    • 2. Glucose into cells
    • 3. Glucose out of cells
    • 4. Reabsorption of water
  2. What are the classes of hormones?
    • Protein-peptide hormones (prolactin, ADH...)
    • Amine hormones (Epinephtine, norepinephrine)
    • Iodothyronines (T4, T3)
    • Steroid hormones (Androgens, estrogens, cortisol...)
  3. How are amine, iodothyronines, and steroid hormones synthesized?
    Enzymatic processes
  4. Which hormone types require carrier proteins?
    • Iodothyronines
    • Steroids
  5. 3 classes of hormone receptors
    • G-protein coupled receptors
    • Protein tyrosine kinases
    • Ligand-gated ion channels
  6. What is the mechanism of steroid hormone action?
    • Receptor-hormone dimers form
    • Bind at chromatin to express or repress a gene
  7. What is the mechanism of thyroid hormone action?
    • T4 activated to T3
    • Regulates expression of DNA

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