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Steroidogenesis in cultured mammalian glial cells

Schuliga, Michael. 1999, Steroidogenesis in cultured mammalian glial cells, Ph.D. thesis, School of Biological and Chemical Sciences, Deakin University.

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Title Steroidogenesis in cultured mammalian glial cells
Author Schuliga, Michael.
Institution Deakin University
School School of Biological and Chemical Sciences
Faculty Faculty of Science and Technology
Degree name Ph.D.
Date submitted 1999
Keyword(s) Progesterone
Neurochemistry
Summary The experimental system developed, and the characterisation of progesterone metabolism (including regulatory aspects) achieved, provide a platform for future studies to investigate a possible role steroids have in signalling between mammalian brain astrocytes and neurons as part of a more complex pattern of neuronal control. Results include the systhesis and further metabolism of the known physiologically active compound allopregnanolone (THP) from progesterone.
Language eng
Description of original xxxii, 267 leaves : ill. ; 30 cm.
Dewey Decimal Classification 572.579
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30023462

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