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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 86, Supplement 423, 1 November 1997

Foreword
pp. 1-1(1)
Authors: Camacho‐Hübner, Cecilia; Levitsky, Lynne; Hughes, Ieuan; Zegher, Francis; Gunnarsson, Rolf

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New growth hormone assays: potential benefits
pp. 5-11(7)
Authors: Strasburger, CJ; Dattani, MT

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Neuropharmacological assessment of growth hormone secretion
pp. 12-16(5)
Authors: Carro, E.; Señaris, R.; Peino, R.; Leal‐Cerro, A.; Popovic, V.; Micic, D.; Dieguez, C.; Casanueva, FF

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Secular changes in growth and maturation: an update
pp. 20-27(8)
Authors: Hauspie, RC; Vercauteren, M.; Susanne, C.

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Genes regulating hypothalamic and pituitary development
pp. 28-32(5)
Authors: Parks, JS; Adess, ME; Brown, MR

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Insulin‐like growth factor I gene deletion causing intrauterine growth retardation and severe short stature
pp. 39-45(7)
Authors: Woods, KA; Camacho‐Hübner, C.; Barter, D.; Clark, AJL; Savage, MO

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A molecular approach to sex determination in mammals
pp. 46-49(4)
Authors: Swain, A.; Lovell‐Badge, R.

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Prader—Willi syndrome and the hypothalamus
pp. 50-54(5)
Author: Swaab, DF

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Effects of growth hormone treatment on growth and body composition in Prader—Willi syndrome: a preliminary report
pp. 60-62(3)
Authors: Lindgren, AC; Hagenäs, L.; Müller, J.; Blichfeldt, S.; Rosenborg, M.; Brismar, T.; Ritzén, EM; Swedish National Growth Hormone Advisory Groupcr8

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Effect of 6 months of growth hormone treatment in young children with Prader—Willi syndrome
pp. 66-68(3)
Authors: Eiholzer, U.; Weber, R.; Stutz, K.; Steinert, H.

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Growth hormone, insulin‐like growth factor and the immune system
pp. 69-69(1)
Authors: Rapaport, RG; Bozzola, M.

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Pituitary hormones and immune function
pp. 70-75(6)
Author: Berczi, I.

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Effects of growth hormone and insulin‐like growth factor I binding to natural killer cells
pp. 80-81(2)
Authors: Bidlingmaier, M.; Auernhammer, CJ; Feldmeier, H.; Strasburger, CJ

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Role of B‐cells in growth hormone—immune interactions
pp. 82-83(2)
Authors: Rapaport, RG; Bozzola, M.

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Effects of growth hormone on natural killer cells
pp. 84-84(1)
Authors: Bozzola, M.; Moretta, A.; Pagani, S.; Rapaport, RG

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Hypothalamic targets for growth hormone secretagogues
pp. 88-91(4)
Author: Robinson, ICAF

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Growth hormone secretagogues in pathological states: diagnostic implications
pp. 97-101(5)
Authors: Popovic, V.; Micic, D.; Damjanovic, S.; Obradovic, S.; Djurovic, M.; Petakov, M.; Grudic, D.; Golubicic, I.; Nikitovic, M.; Mitrovic, N.; Dieguez, C.; Casanueva, FF

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Growth hormone secretagogues in children with altered growth
pp. 102-106(5)
Authors: Bercu, BB; Walker, RF

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The biology of bone maturation and ageing
pp. 107-108(2)
Author: Cox, LA

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Variation of bone age progression in healthy children
pp. 109-112(4)
Authors: Benso, L.; Vannelli, S.; Pastorin, L.; Benso, A.; Milani, S.

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Population‐specific reference values for bone age
pp. 113-114(2)
Author: Murata, M.

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Growth and GH deficiency
pp. 131-135(5)

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Turner syndrome. Precocious puberty. Renal transplantation
pp. 136-139(4)
Authors: Nogués, C.; Martínez‐Pasarell, O.; Vicens‐Calvet, E.; Templado, C.; Egozcue, J.; Carrascosa, A.

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Experimental studies
pp. 149-150(2)

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Endocrine and nutritional regulation of prenatal growth
pp. 153-157(5)
Author: Gluckman, PD

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Discussion
pp. 158-158(1)

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Early influences on embryonic and placental growth
pp. 159-163(5)
Authors: Robinson, JS; Hartwich, KM; Walker, SK; Erwich, JJHM; Owens, JA

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Discussion
pp. 164-164(1)

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Morphometry of fetal growth
pp. 165-168(4)
Author: Hobbins, J.

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Pathophysiology of intrauterine growth retardation: role of the placenta
pp. 170-172(3)
Authors: Pardi, G.; Marconi, AM; Cetin, I.

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Aetiology, morphology and body composition of infants born small for gestational age
pp. 173-176(4)
Authors: Lapillonne, A.; Peretti, N.; Ho, PS; Claris, O.; Salle, BL

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Discussion
pp. 177-177(1)

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Discussion
pp. 183-183(1)

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Discussion
pp. 188-188(1)

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Hormonal status of short children born small for gestational age
pp. 189-192(4)
Authors: Boguszewski, M.; Bjarnason, R.; Jansson, C.; Rosberg, S.; Albertsson‐Wikland, K.

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Postnatal growth of children born small for gestational age
pp. 193-195(3)
Authors: Albertsson‐Wikland, K.; Karlberg, J.

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Antenatal therapy for intrauterine growth retardation
pp. 196-200(5)
Authors: Harding, JE; Bauer, MK; Kimble, RM

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Discussion
pp. 201-201(1)

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Discussion
pp. 206-206(1)

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Growth hormone treatment of short children born small for gestational age: reappraisal of the rate of bone maturation over 2 years and metanalysis of height gain over 4 years
pp. 207-212(6)
Authors: Zegher, F.; Butenandt, O.; Chatelain, P.; Albertsson‐Wikland, K.; Jonsson, B.; Löfström, A.; Chaussain, J‐L

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