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Endocrinology Suggested Readings-Site 22


  1. Z. Cekam 1972 Steroid biosynthesis in the human foeto-placental unit. Research in Reproduction 4(3):1.
  2. Bert W. O'Malley and William T. Schrader 1976 The receptors of steroid hormones. Scientific American 234(2):32-43.
  3. Mels Sluyser 1983 Interaction of steroid hormone receptors with DNA. TIBS 8:236-238.
  4. John K. Pollak 1984 Steroid-DNA interactions. TIBS 9:91-93.
  5. Tony Antakly, AS Anthony, and S Liotta 1985 Induced expression of the gluccorticoid receptor in the rat intermediate pituitary lobe. Science 229:277-279.
  6. Lex H. T. Van der Ploeg and SH Giannini 1985 Heat shock genes: Regulatory role for differentiation in parasitic protozoa. Science 228:1443-1446.
  7. Cary Weinberger and SM Hollenberg 1985 Identification of human glucocorticoid receptor complementary DNA clones by epitope selection. Science 228:740-742.
  8. Orla M. Conneely and WP Sullivan 1986 Molecular cloning of the chicken progesterone receptor. Science 223:767-769.
  9. Robert B. Dickson and ME McManaway 1986 Estrogen-induced factors of breast cancer cells partially replace estrogen to promote tumor growth. Science 232:1540-1543.
  10. Yi-Xun Liu and Aaron J. W. Hsueh 1986 Synergism between granulosa and theca-interstitial cells in estrogen biosynthesis by gonadotropin-treated rat ovaries: Studies on the two-cell, two-gonadotropin hypothesis using steroid antisera. Biology of Reproduction 35:27-36.
  11. Carole R. Mendelson and Vijayakumar Boggaram 1989 Regulation of pulmonary surfactant protein synthesis in fetal lung: A major role of glucocorticoids and cyclic AMP. TEM 1:20-25.
  12. James R. Hoeffler and Joel F. Habener 1990 Characterization of a cyclic AMP regulatory element DNA-binding protein. TEM 1:153-158.
  13. Ieuan A. Hughes 1990 Congenital adrenal hyperplasia. TEM 1:123-128.
  14. Songya Pang and Anastasia Clark 1990 Newborn screening, prenatal diagnosis, and prenatal treatment of congenital adrenal hyperplasia due to 21-hydroxylase deficiency. TEM 1:300-307.
  15. William J. Roesler and EA Park 1990 Modulation of hormone response elements by promoter environment. TEM 1:347-351.
  16. Bruce S. McEwen 1991 Steroid hormones are multifunctional messengers to the brain. TEM 2:62-67.
  17. Sally A. Amero and RH Kretsinger 1992 The origin of nuclear receptor proteins: A single precursor distinct from other transcription factors. Molecular Endocrinology 6(1):3-7.
  18. Candace A. Beck and NL Weigel 1992 Effects of hormone and cellular modulators of protein phosphorylation on transcriptional activity, DNA binding, and phosphorylation of human progesterone receptors. Molecular Endocrinology 6(4):607-620.
  19. Helmut Dotzlaw, Moussa Alkhalaf, and Leigh C Murphy 1992 Characterization of estrogen receptor variant mRNAs from human breast cancers. Molecular Endocrinology 6(5):773-785.
  20. Jacques Drouin and YL Sun 1992 Homodimer formation is rate-limiting for high affinity DNA binding by glucocorticoid receptor. Molecular Endocrinology 6(8):1299-1309.
  21. Leonard P. Freedman 1992 Anatomy of the steroid receptor zinc finger region. Endocrine Reviews 13(2):129-145.
  22. David R. Joseph, Wendell Lawrence, and Benjamin J Danzo 1992 The role of asparagine-linked oligosaccharides in the subunit structure, steroid binding, and secretion of androgen-binding protein. Molecular Endocrinology 6(7):1127-1134.
  23. Eduardo Ortí and JE Bodwell 1992 Phosphorylation of steroid hormone receptors. Endocrine Reviews 13(1):105-127.
  24. William B. Pratt and KA Hutchinson 1992 Steroid receptor folding by heat-shock proteins and composition of the receptor heterocomplex. TEM 3(9):326-333.
  25. Charmain A. Quigley, BA J Evans, et al. 1992 Complete androgen insensitivity due to deletion of exon C of the androgen receptor gene highlights the functional importance of the second zinc finger of the androgen receptor in vivo. Molecular Endocrinology 6(7):1103-1112.
  26. Pundi N. Rangarajan, Kazuhiko Umesono, and Ronald M Evans 1992 Modulation of glucocorticoid receptor function by protein kinase A. Molecular Endocrinology 6(9):1451-1457.
  27. Lawrence K. Schlatter and KJ Howard 1992 Comparison of the 90-kilodalton heat shock protein interaction with in vitro translated glucocorticoid and estrogen receptors. Molecular Endocrinology 6(1):132-140.
  28. Emmanouil Skoufos and Michel M. Sanders 1992 Regulation of expression of the chicken ovalbumin gene: Interactions between steroid hormones and second messenger systems. Molecular Endocrinology 6(9):1412-1417.
  29. S. Stoney Simons, Jr., Hisaji Oshima, and Daniele Szapary1992 Higher levels of control: Modulation of steroid hormone-regulated gene transcription. Molecular Endocrinology 6(7):995-1002.
  30. Ganesan Srinivasan 1992 Overexpression of receptors of the steroid/thyroid family. Molecular Endocrinology 6(6):857-860.
  31. Cynthia Harris Wooge and GM Nilsson 1992 Structural requirements for high affinity ligand binding by estrogen receptors: A comparative analysis of truncated and full length estrogen receptors expressed in bacteria, yeast, and mammalian cells. Molecular Endocrinology 6(6):861-869.
  32. S. Zoppi, M. Marcelli, et al.1992 Amino acid substitutions in the DNA-binding domain of the human androgen receptor are a frequent cause of receptor-binding positive androgen resistance. Molecular Endocrinology 6(3):409-415.
  33. Daniela Rhodes and Aaron Klug 1993 Zinc fingers. Scientific American 268(2):56-65.

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