Testosterone: Biochemistry, Therapeutic Uses and Physiological Effects

Konstantin Chichinadze (Editor)
Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Georgia

Series: Human Anatomy and Physiology
BISAC: SCI007000

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This book provides information on testosterone and its role in human anatomy, physiology, psychology and pathology. In particular, it proposes articles on testosterone biosynthesis and metabolism peculiarities; on the regulation of dominant behavior; on cognitive and emotional factors and the cardiovascular system involving testosterone and on androgen suppression mechanisms during stress. The book includes topics on the therapeutic effects of testosterone and effective methods of detecting androgens in the human body and presents a variety of clinical, experimental, theoretical and review articles. This collection gathers the latest research from around the world in this field and will be of value for researchers studying the effects of hormones, as well as for androgen deficiency therapists. (Imprint: Nova Biomedical )

Preface

Chapter 1. Testosterone: Physiological Effects, Dominance and Fluctuating Asymmetry
(Ana Lilia Cerda Molina and Javier Iván Borráz León)

Chapter 2. The male Rhesus Monkey as a Model to Study the Effects of Testosterone on Cognitive and Emotional Function
(Agnès Lacreuse and Andrea Simoni)

Chapter 3. Testosterone – Inducer of Aggression or Pleasure-Related Hormone?
(Konstantin Chichinadze, Nodar Chichinadze, Ledi Gachechiladze and Ann Lazarashvili)

Chapter 4. Testosterone Metabolism: The Significance of Aromatase Activity
(James I. Raeside)

Chapter 5. Testosterone Suppression Due to Stress: Possible Mechanisms and Reproductive Consequences
(María del Socorro Retana-Márquez)

Chapter 6. Genetic Variants of Liver-Localized SRD5A1 and AKR1C4 Genes Associated with Circulating Sex Steroid Levels
(ChenDi Liao, Jieying Jiang, Nelson LS Tang, Timothy CY Kwok, Xingyan Wang, Claes Ohlsson, Anna L Eriksson, Liesbeth Vandenput, Frank WK Chan, Anthony Kwok, Eric Orwoll, Jean Woo, Ping Chung Leung)

Chapter 7. Non-Gonadotropin Regulation of Testosterone Biosynthesis
(Ho Lin, Kai-Lee Wang, Paulus S. Wang and Shyi-Wu Wang)

Chapter 8. Development of Novel Proton-Affinitive Derivatives for Simultaneous Analysis of Testosterone and Dihydrotestosterone in Human Serum and Prostate Tissue by LC-ESI-MS/MS)
(Kouwa Yamashita)

Chapter 9. Effects of Testosterone on Vascular Tone
(Oguzhan Yildiz and Melik Seyrek)

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