By I.A. Hughes, A.J.L. Clark, P.-E. Mullis
Adrenal disorder in young ones poses an immensely tough diagnostic and administration challenge for the paediatrician in view of the massive variety of infrequent pathologies that could found in this manner. This quantity brings jointly the services of the stated leaders in particular adrenal problems to supply a without difficulty obtainable textual content that mixes an in depth description of the molecular origins of those illnesses, as they're at the moment understood, with a special account of the scientific good points and healing innovations. starting with problems that basically have an effect on adrenal improvement and progressing in the direction of the defects that intervene with steroid construction, the reader earnings significant perception into the conventional body structure of the adrenal cortex fairly as published via medical problems. the key contributions of contemporary biochemistry and molecular genetics in our present knowing are seen all through, delivering a different evaluation of adrenocortical biology.
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The exact actions resulting from these immediate intracellular signalling events are not well understood. Activation of PKA will result in phosphorylation of a number of target proteins, including the cAMP response element binding protein (CREB). These phosphorylation events are probably responsible, either directly or indirectly, for alteration in the level of expression of several genes including the steroidogenic enzymes CYP11A, 17, 21, 11B1 and the StAR protein . Others have demonstrated stimulation of expression of several of the immediate early response genes [12, 13], as well as less rapid induction of ACTH-R, MC5-R [14, 15], HDL and LDL receptor genes .
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These pathways are summarised in figure 1. Recent work also implicates an additional very rapid role of ACTH in inhibiting guanyl cyclase which in turn inhibits phosphodiesterase type 2 in adrenal glomerulosa cells. This leads to a transient increase in cAMP. As cAMP accumulates, however, this will stimulate this phosphodiesterase which then counteracts the cAMP-generating action of adenylate cyclase . The exact actions resulting from these immediate intracellular signalling events are not well understood.
Adrenal disease in childhood: clinical and molecular aspects (Endocrine Development Vol. 2) by I.A. Hughes, A.J.L. Clark, P.-E. Mullis