First published in 1985: The principle reason for publishing this book is to put together current knowledge about the actions of luteinizing hormone in a single volume.
Table of Contents
1. Structure of LH and hCG
Thomas W. Strickland, Thomas F. Parsons, and John G. Pierce
2. The LH/hCG Receptor
Patrick C. Roche and Robert J. Ryan
3. The Involvement of Adenylyl Cyclase and Cyclic AMP-Dependent Protein Kinases in Luteinizing Hormone Actions
Mary Hunzicker-Dunn and Lutz Birnbaumer
4. The Stimulation of Steroid Biosynthesis by Leuteinizing Hormone
Anita H. Payne, Patrick G. Quinn, and John R. D. Stalvey
5. Structural Aspects of Luteinizing Hormone Actions
Wayne L. Gordon and Darrell N. Ward
6. Regulation of Luteinizing Hormone Receptors and Actions
Mario Ascoli Ph.D., is a Scientist at the Center for Biomedical Research of the Population Council in New York City.