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  1. ...glucocorticoids (GCs); approximately 10% of children will require GCs at some stage 50 during their childhood (Mushtaq & Ahmed 2002) and 5% of the population aged 80 years 51 or over have used GCs in the past (Kanis et al. 2004). Long-term GCs are effective in 52 many conditions, such as inflammator ~~~
  2. ...glucocorticoids (mostly cortisol; in 62 mice, the major glucocorticoid is corticosterone) and the zona reticularis (ZR) where 63 androgen synthesis occurs [Vinson 2003]. The first step of steroidogenesis occurs once 64 cholesterol is transported from the outer to the inner mitochondrial membrane by ~~~
  3. ...glucocorticoids and sex hormone levels, the SOCS3 expression in these endocrine cells possibly modulates training adaptations as well. Thus, the objective of the present study was to characterize the endocrine and metabolic consequences of SOCS3 ablation in SF1 cells. Subsequently, these conditional ~~~
  4. ...glucocorticoids is associated with the onset of the activity period, thus preparing the organism by inducing catabolic reactions 235 Correspondence should be addressed to R M Buijs Email [email protected] Key Words f liver f metabolic alterations f circadian disruption f corticosterone f melatonin ~~~
  5. ...glucocorticoids decrease SSTR2 levels (de Bruin  et  al. 2009a). Several studies focused on the role of SSA on gonadotrophderived tumours, particularly on non-functioning pituitary adenomas, tumours with gonadotroph origin but without hormone hypersecretion. These studies have shown that SSTR2-aimed ~~~
  6. ...glucocorticoids in the CNSResearch 235:1 10.1530/JOE-17-0148 Michele O Wilson1, Bryony A McNeill2, Graham K Barrell1, Timothy C R Prickett3 and Eric A Espiner3 1Faculty of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Lincoln University, Christchurch, New Zealand 2Faculty of Health, School of Medicine, Deakin Univ ~~~
  7. ...glucocorticoids into active forms, thereby contributing to intracellular glucocorticoid levels. 11β-HSD1 is dynamically regulated during inflammation, including in macrophages where it regulates phagocytic capacity. The resolution of inflammation in some disease models including inflammatory arthrit ~~~
  8. ...glucocorticoids on endothelial barriers elsewhere in the body is less well studied. Here, we investigated glucocorticoid-mediated changes in endothelial flux of Adiponectin (Ad), a hormone with a critical role in diabetes. First, we used monolayers of endothelial cells in vitro and found that the gl ~~~
  9. ...glucocorticoids are due to differences in GR isoforms present in the placenta. Pregnant C57Bl6 mice were exposed to saline or dexamethasone from E12.5 until E14.5 (1 µg/kg/h) before the collection of placentae. Cytoplasmic and nuclear protein fractions were extracted from placentae of male and femal ~~~
  10. ...glucocorticoids and cancer treatments. This further suggests a close relationship between bone-specific cells and marrow adipocytes (Moerman et al. 2004, Georgiou et al. 2012). The diseased state The skeleton and associated bone-secreted factors provide a complex endocrine system that is finely orch ~~~
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