Human colorectal carcinoma is a direct target tissue for growth hormone: Evidence of receptor adaptation

Lincoln, DT, Temmim, L, Al-Jarallah, MA, Abul, HT, Clarke, F and Waters, MJ (2002). Human colorectal carcinoma is a direct target tissue for growth hormone: Evidence of receptor adaptation. In: Adaptation Biology and Medicine, Vol 3: New Frontiers. 6th World Congress of the International-Society-for-Adaptive-Medicine, Lyon France, (267-288). Aug 30-Sep 02, 2000.

Author Lincoln, DT
Temmim, L
Al-Jarallah, MA
Abul, HT
Clarke, F
Waters, MJ
Title of paper Human colorectal carcinoma is a direct target tissue for growth hormone: Evidence of receptor adaptation
Conference name 6th World Congress of the International-Society-for-Adaptive-Medicine
Conference location Lyon France
Conference dates Aug 30-Sep 02, 2000
Proceedings title Adaptation Biology and Medicine, Vol 3: New Frontiers
Journal name Adaptation Biology and Medicine, Vol 3: New Frontiers
Publication Year 2002
Sub-type Fully published paper
ISBN 81-7319-422-X
Start page 267
End page 288
Total pages 22
Language eng
Keyword Gh-Binding-Protein
Factor-I
Colon Cancer
Immunohistochemical Localization
Monoclonal-Antibodies
Gene-Expression
Rabbit Liver
C-Myc
Insulin
Serum
Q-Index Code E1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Unknown

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