Genetics of Steroid Biosynthesis And Function by J.I. Mason
By J.I. Mason
This quantity offers an obtainable, updated review of contemporary steroid biology for either the pro and amateur researcher alike.
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Few other examples exist that have been studied so completely. LESSONS FROM PREGNANCY AND PARTURITION A clear, anatomical separation of androgen and estrogen synthesis is also seen in a number of cases during pregnancy (Geisert and Conley, 1998). , 1998). However, neither CYP17 expression nor activity is detectable in human placenta, and androgens aromatized in situ have their origins in the fetal zone of the developing fetal adrenal gland (Simpson and MacDonald, 1981), as noted previously. Therefore, rather than a co-ordinated “two-cell” system, two separate fetal organs participate in estrogen synthesis during pregnancy.