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    1. Kraft, M; Hamid, Q; Chrousos, GP; Martin, RJ; Leung, DYM
      Decreased steroid responsiveness at night in nocturnal asthma - Is the macrophage responsible?

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF RESPIRATORY AND CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE
    2. Zennaro, MC; Souque, A; Viengchareun, S; Poisson, E; Lombes, M
      A new human MR splice variant is a ligand-independent transactivator modulating corticosteroid action

      MOLECULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    3. Metivier, R; Penot, G; Flouriot, G; Pakdel, F
      Synergism between ER alpha transactivation function 1 (AF-1) and AF-2 mediated by steroid receptor coactivator protein-1: Requirement for the AF-1 alpha-helical core and for a direct interaction between the N- and C-terminaldomains

      MOLECULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    4. Farman, N; Rafestin-Oblin, ME
      Multiple aspects of mineralocorticoid selectivity

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-RENAL PHYSIOLOGY
    5. Miyamoto, T; Kakizawa, T; Ichikawa, K; Nishio, S; Takeda, T; Suzuki, S; Kaneko, A; Kumagai, M; Mori, J; Yamashita, K; Sakuma, T; Hashizume, K
      The role of hinge domain in heterodimerization and specific DNA recognition by nuclear receptors

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    6. Kino, T; Stauber, RH; Resau, JH; Pavlakis, GN; Chrousos, GP
      Pathologic human GR mutant has a transdominant negative effect on the wild-type GR by inhibiting its translocation into the nucleus: Importance of the ligand-binding domain for intracellular GR trafficking

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL ENDOCRINOLOGY AND METABOLISM
    7. Warnmark, A; Wikstrom, A; Wright, APH; Gustafsson, JA; Hard, T
      The N-terminal regions of estrogen receptor alpha and beta are unstructured in vitro and show different TBP binding properties

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    8. Tung, L; Shen, TJ; Abel, MG; Powell, RL; Takimoto, GS; Sartorius, CA; Horwitz, KB
      Mapping the unique activation function 3 in the progesterone B-receptor upstream segment - Two LXXLL motifs and a tryptophan residue are required foractivity

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    9. Hermann, S; Berndt, KD; Wright, AP
      How transcriptional activators bind target proteins

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    10. Li, J; Uversky, VN; Fink, AL
      Effect of familial Parkinson's disease point mutations A30P and A53T on the structural properties, aggregation, and fibrillation of human alpha-synuclein

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    11. Beato, M; Klug, J
      Steroid hormone receptors: an update

      HUMAN REPRODUCTION UPDATE
    12. Edwards, DP
      The role of coactivators and corepressors in the biology and mechanism of action of steroid hormone receptors

      JOURNAL OF MAMMARY GLAND BIOLOGY AND NEOPLASIA
    13. Lavender, P; Cousins, D; Smith, P; Lee, T
      Presentation at the National Asthma Campaign International Congress, June 1999 - Controlling the inflammatory response through transcriptional mechanisms

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ALLERGY
    14. Cheung, J; Smith, DF
      Molecular chaperone interactions with steroid receptors: an update

      MOLECULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    15. Sienna, N; Larson, DE; Sells, BH
      Dexamethasone stimulates ribosomal protein L32 gene transcription in rat myoblasts

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    16. Zhou, MY; Gomez-Sanchez, CE; Gomez-Sanchez, EP
      An alternatively spliced rat mineralocorticoid receptor mRNA causing truncation of the steroid binding domain

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    17. Bina, M; Demmon, S; Pares-Matos, EI
      Syndromes associated with Homo sapiens Pol II regulatory genes

      PROGRESS IN NUCLEIC ACID RESEARCH AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, VOL 64
    18. Adachi, M; Takayanagi, R; Tomura, A; Imasaki, K; Kato, S; Goto, K; Yanase, T; Ikuyama, S; Nawata, H
      Androgen-insensitivity syndrome as a possible coactivator disease

      NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE
    19. Auzou, G; Fagart, J; Souque, A; Hellal-Levy, C; Wurtz, JM; Moras, D; Rafestin-Oblin, ME
      A single amino acid mutation of Ala-773 in the mineralocorticoid receptor confers agonist properties to 11 beta-substituted spirolactones

      MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    20. Massaad, C; Paradon, M; Jacques, C; Salvat, C; Bereziat, G; Berenbaum, F; Olivier, JL
      Induction of secreted type IIA phospholipase A(2) gene transcription by interleukin-1 beta - Role of C/EBP factors

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    21. Coghlan, MJ; Kort, ME
      Novel ligands of steroid hormone receptors

      EXPERT OPINION ON THERAPEUTIC PATENTS
    22. Leung, DYM; Szefler, SJ
      Corticosteroid-insensitive asthma

      IMMUNOLOGY AND ALLERGY CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA
    23. Verrijdt, G; Schoenmakers, E; Alen, P; Haelens, A; Peeters, B; Rombauts, W; Claessens, F
      Androgen specificity of a response unit upstream of the human secretory component gene is mediated by differential receptor binding to an essential androgen response element

      MOLECULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    24. Kraichely, DM; Nakai, YD; MacDonald, PN
      Identification of an autonomous transactivation domain in helix H3 of the vitamin D receptor

      JOURNAL OF CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    25. McEwan, IJ
      Investigation of steroid receptor function in the budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY LETTERS
    26. Lu, B; Dotzlaw, H; Leygue, E; Murphy, LJ; Watson, PH; Murphy, LC
      Estrogen receptor-alpha mRNA variants in murine and human tissues

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    27. Huang, WH; Zheng, MH
      Steroid hormones and bone

      HISTOLOGY AND HISTOPATHOLOGY
    28. McKay, LI; Cidlowski, JA
      Molecular control of immune/inflammatory responses: Interactions between nuclear factor-kappa B and steroid receptor-signaling pathways

      ENDOCRINE REVIEWS
    29. Dahia, PLM; Grossman, AB
      The molecular pathogenesis of corticotroph tumors

      ENDOCRINE REVIEWS
    30. Stewart, PM; Krozowski, ZS
      11 beta-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase

      VITAMINS AND HORMONES - ADVANCES IN RESEARCH AND APPLICATIONS, VOL 57
    31. Edwards, DP
      Coregulatory proteins in nuclear hormone receptor action

      VITAMINS AND HORMONES - ADVANCES IN RESEARCH AND APPLICATIONS, VOL 55
    32. Kumar, R; Thompson, EB
      The structure of the nuclear hormone receptors

      STEROIDS
    33. Rupprecht, R; Holsboer, F
      Neuropsychopharmacological properties of neuroactive steroids

      STEROIDS
    34. New, MI; Nimkarn, S; Brandon, DD; Cunningham-Rundles, S; Wilson, RC; Newfield, RS; Vandermeulen, J; Barron, N; Russo, C; Loriaux, DL; O'Malley, B
      Resistance to several steroids in two sisters

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL ENDOCRINOLOGY AND METABOLISM
    35. Wolffe, AP; Shi, YB
      A hypothesis for the transcriptional control of amphibian metamorphosis bythe thyroid hormone receptor

      AMERICAN ZOOLOGIST
    36. Plisov, SU; Poirot, ME; Modarress, KJ; Cavanaugh, AH; Edwards, DP; Simons, SS
      Different populations of progesterone receptor-steroid complexes in binding to specific DNA sequences: Effects of salts on kinetics and specificity

      JOURNAL OF STEROID BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    37. WIEDEMANN K; HIRSCHMANN M; KNAUDT K; RUPPRECHT R; SEIER FE; HOLSBOER F
      SLEEP ENDOCRINE EFFECTS OF MEGESTROL-ACETATE IN HEALTHY-MEN

      Journal of neuroendocrinology
    38. Joels, M; Vreugdenhil, E
      Corticosteroids in the brain - Cellular and molecular actions

      MOLECULAR NEUROBIOLOGY
    39. MEIJER OC; DEKLOET ER
      CORTICOSTERONE AND SEROTONERGIC NEUROTRANSMISSION IN THE HIPPOCAMPUS - FUNCTIONAL IMPLICATIONS OF CENTRAL CORTICOSTEROID RECEPTOR DIVERSITY

      Critical reviews in neurobiology
    40. BLUMBERG B; SABBAGH W; JUGUILON H; BOLADO J; VANMETER CM; ONO ES; EVANS RM
      SXR, A NOVEL STEROID AND XENOBIOTIC-SENSING NUCLEAR RECEPTOR

      Genes & development
    41. MCKAY LI; CIDLOWSKI JA
      CROSS-TALK BETWEEN NUCLEAR FACTOR-KAPPA-B AND THE STEROID-HORMONE RECEPTORS - MECHANISMS OF MUTUAL ANTAGONISM

      Molecular endocrinology
    42. KEIGHTLEY MC
      STEROID-RECEPTOR ISOFORMS - EXCEPTION OR RULE

      Molecular and cellular endocrinology
    43. YAMASHITA S
      LOCALIZATION AND FUNCTIONS OF STEROID-HORMONE RECEPTORS

      Histology and histopathology
    44. AZUMA Y; NISHIGUCHI M; TAGAMI H; OGITA K; YONEDA Y
      POSSIBLE IN-VIVO CROSSTALK BETWEEN TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS WITH ZINC-FINGER AND LEUCINE-ZIPPER MOTIFS IN MURINE PERIPHERAL BUT NOT CENTRAL EXCITABLE TISSUES

      Neurochemistry international
    45. CHIU IM; LIU Y; PAYSON RA
      ISOLATION OF YEAST ARTIFICIAL CHROMOSOMES CONTAINING THE ENTIRE TRANSCRIPTIONAL UNIT OF THE HUMAN FGF1 GENE - A 720-KB CONTIG SPANNING HUMAN-CHROMOSOME 5Q31.3-]Q32

      Cancer genetics and cytogenetics
    46. DEKLOET ER; VREUGDENHIL E; OITZL MS; JOELS M
      BRAIN CORTICOSTEROID RECEPTOR BALANCE IN HEALTH AND DISEASE

      Endocrine reviews
    47. HAMANN LG; HIGUCHI RI; ZHI L; EDWARDS JP; WANG XN; MARSCHKE KB; KONG JW; FARMER LJ; JONES TK
      SYNTHESIS AND BIOLOGICAL-ACTIVITY OF A NOVEL SERIES OF NONSTEROIDAL, PERIPHERALLY SELECTIVE ANDROGEN RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS DERIVED FROM 1,2-DIHYDROPYRIDONO[5,6-G] QUINOLINES

      Journal of medicinal chemistry
    48. ZHI L; TEGLEY CM; KALLEL EA; MARSCHKE KB; MAIS DE; GOTTARDIS MM; JONES TK
      5-ARYL-1,2-DIHYDROCHROMENO[3,4-F]QUINOLINES - A NOVEL CLASS OF NONSTEROIDAL HUMAN PROGESTERONE-RECEPTOR AGONISTS

      Journal of medicinal chemistry
    49. GRANDIEN K; BERKENSTAM A; GUSTAFSSON JA
      THE ESTROGEN-RECEPTOR GENE - PROMOTER ORGANIZATION AND EXPRESSION

      International journal of biochemistry & cell biology
    50. HERZ JM; THOMSEN WJ; YARBROUGH GG
      MOLECULAR APPROACHES TO RECEPTORS AS TARGETS FOR DRUG DISCOVERY

      Journal of receptor and signal transduction research
    51. SCAMMELL JG; REYNOLDS PD; ELKHALIFA MY; TUCKER JA; MOORE CM
      AN EBV-TRANSFORMED OWL MONKEY B-LYMPHOCYTE CELL-LINE

      In vitro cellular & developmental biology. Animal
    52. DARBY TG; MEISSNER J; RUHLMANN A; MUELLER WH; SCHEIBE RJ
      FUNCTIONAL INTERFERENCE BETWEEN RETINOIC ACID OR STEROID-HORMONE RECEPTORS AND THE ONCOPROTEIN FLI-1

      Oncogene
    53. MIYAMOTO K; KESTERSON RA; YAMAMOTO H; TAKETANI Y; NISHIWAKI E; TATSUMI S; INOUE Y; MORITA K; TAKEDA E; PIKE JW
      STRUCTURAL ORGANIZATION OF THE HUMAN VITAMIN-D-RECEPTOR CHROMOSOMAL GENE AND ITS PROMOTER

      Molecular endocrinology
    54. GRIFFITHS K; MORTON MS; NICHOLSON RI
      ANDROGENS, ANDROGEN RECEPTORS, ANTIANDROGENS AND THE TREATMENT OF PROSTATE-CANCER

      European urology
    55. JOELS M
      STEROID-HORMONES AND EXCITABILITY IN THE MAMMALIAN BRAIN

      Frontiers in neuroendocrinology
    56. RUPPRECHT R
      THE NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGICAL POTENTIAL OF NEUROACTIVE STEROIDS

      Journal of Psychiatric Research
    57. IKONEN T; PALVIMO JJ; JANNE OA
      INTERACTION BETWEEN THE AMINO-TERMINAL AND CARBOXYL-TERMINAL REGIONS OF THE RAT ANDROGEN RECEPTOR MODULATES TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVITY AND ISINFLUENCED BY NUCLEAR RECEPTOR COACTIVATORS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    58. ZHU X; DAFFADA AAI; CHAN CMW; DOWSETT M
      IDENTIFICATION OF AN EXON-3 DELETION SPLICE VARIANT ANDROGEN RECEPTORMESSENGER-RNA IN HUMAN BREAST-CANCER

      International journal of cancer
    59. LANE SJ
      PATHOGENESIS OF STEROID-RESISTANT ASTHMA

      British Journal of Hospital Medicine
    60. CARLBERG C
      THE VITAMIN-D-3 RECEPTOR IN THE CONTEXT OF THE NUCLEAR RECEPTOR SUPERFAMILY - THE CENTRAL ROLE OF THE RETINOID-X RECEPTOR

      Endocrine
    61. BRONNEGARD M
      STEROID-RECEPTOR NUMBER - INDIVIDUAL VARIATION AND DOWN-REGULATION BYTREATMENT

      American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine
    62. KITAREEWAN S; BURKA LT; TOMER KB; PARKER CE; DETERDING LJ; STEVENS RD; FORMAN BM; MAIS DE; HEYMAN RA; MCMORRIS T; WEINBERGER C
      PHYTOL METABOLITES ARE CIRCULATING DIETARY FACTORS THAT ACTIVATE THE NUCLEAR RECEPTOR RXR

      Molecular biology of the cell
    63. LISTWAK SJ; GOLD PW; WHITFIELD HJ
      THE HUMAN MINERALOCORTICOID RECEPTOR GENE PROMOTER - ITS STRUCTURE AND EXPRESSION

      Journal of steroid biochemistry and molecular biology
    64. JALAGUIER S; MESNIER D; LEGER JJ; AUZOU G
      PUTATIVE STEROID-BINDING DOMAIN OF THE HUMAN MINERALOCORTICOID RECEPTOR, EXPRESSED IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI IN THE PRESENCE OF HEAT-SHOCK PROTEINS SHOWS TYPICAL NATIVE RECEPTOR CHARACTERISTICS

      Journal of steroid biochemistry and molecular biology
    65. RUPPRECHT R; HAUSER CAE; TRAPP T; HOLSBOER F
      NEUROSTEROIDS - MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF ACTION AND PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE

      Journal of steroid biochemistry and molecular biology
    66. STARR DB; MATSUI W; THOMAS JR; YAMAMOTO KR
      INTRACELLULAR RECEPTORS USE A COMMON MECHANISM TO INTERPRET SIGNALINGINFORMATION AT RESPONSE ELEMENTS

      Genes & development
    67. CHAPMAN MS; ASKEW DJ; KUSCUOGLU U; MIESFELD RL
      TRANSCRIPTIONAL CONTROL OF STEROID-REGULATED APOPTOSIS IN MURINE THYMOMA CELLS

      Molecular endocrinology
    68. TAN NS; LAM TJ; DING JL
      THE FIRST CONTIGUOUS ESTROGEN-RECEPTOR GENE FROM A FISH, OREOCHROMIS-AUREUS - EVIDENCE FOR MULTIPLE TRANSCRIPTS

      Molecular and cellular endocrinology
    69. KEIGHTLEY MC; FULLER PJ
      ANOMALIES IN THE ENDOCRINE AXES OF THE GUINEA-PIG - RELEVANCE TO HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY AND DISEASE

      Endocrine reviews
    70. ROWLANDS JC; MCEWAN IJ; GUSTAFSSON JA
      TRANSACTIVATION BY THE HUMAN ARYL-HYDROCARBON RECEPTOR AND ARYL-HYDROCARBON RECEPTOR NUCLEAR TRANSLOCATOR PROTEINS - DIRECT INTERACTIONS WITH BASAL TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS

      Molecular pharmacology
    71. HAMANN LG; FARMER LJ; JOHNSON MG; BENDER SL; MAIS DE; WANG MW; CROMBIE D; GOLDMAN ME; JONES TK
      SYNTHESIS AND BIOLOGICAL-ACTIVITY OF NOVEL NONSTEROIDAL PROGESTERONE-RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS BASED OIL CYCLOCYMOPOL MONOMETHYL ETHER

      Journal of medicinal chemistry
    72. SOONTJENS CD; RAFTER JJ; GUSTAFSSON JA
      LIGANDS FOR ORPHAN RECEPTORS

      Journal of Endocrinology
    73. ZHANG X; JEYAKUMAR M; BAGCHI MK
      LIGAND-DEPENDENT CROSS-TALK BETWEEN STEROID AND THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTORS - EVIDENCE FOR COMMON TRANSCRIPTIONAL COACTIVATOR(S)

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    74. RUPPRECHT R; BERNING B; HAUSER CAE; HOLSBOER F; REUL JMHM
      STEROID RECEPTOR-MEDIATED EFFECTS OF NEUROACTIVE STEROIDS - CHARACTERIZATION OF STRUCTURE-ACTIVITY RELATIONSHIP

      European journal of pharmacology
    75. MCEWAN IJ; DAHLMANWRIGHT K; FORD J; WRIGHT APH
      FUNCTIONAL INTERACTION OF THE C-MYC TRANSACTIVATION DOMAIN WITH THE TATA-BINDING PROTEIN - EVIDENCE FOR AN INDUCED FIT MODEL OF TRANSACTIVATION DOMAIN FOLDING

      Biochemistry
    76. NAGAYA T; KOPP P; KITAJIMA K; JAMESON JL; SEO H
      2ND ZINC-FINGER MUTANTS OF THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR SELECTIVELY PRESERVE DNA-BINDING AND HETERODIMERIZATION BUT ELIMINATE TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    77. SCHOONJANS K; STAELS B; AUWERX J
      THE PEROXISOME PROLIFERATOR ACTIVATED RECEPTORS (PPARS) AND THEIR EFFECTS ON LIPID-METABOLISM AND ADIPOCYTE DIFFERENTIATION

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, L. Lipids and lipid metabolism
    78. GRONEMEYER H; LAUDET V
      TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS .3. NUCLEAR RECEPTORS

      Protein profile
    79. JOELS M; HESEN W; DEKLOET ER
      LONG-TERM CONTROL OF NEURONAL EXCITABILITY BY CORTICOSTEROID HORMONES

      Journal of steroid biochemistry and molecular biology
    80. BEITEL LK; SABBAGHIAN N; ALARIFI A; ALVARADO C; PINSKY L; TRIFIRO M
      CHARACTERIZATION OF NORMAL AND POINT-MUTATED HUMAN ANDROGEN RECEPTORSEXPRESSED IN THE BACULOVIRUS SYSTEM

      Journal of molecular endocrinology
    81. CASTREN M; TRAPP T; BERNINGER B; CASTREN E; HOLSBOER F
      TRANSCRIPTIONAL INDUCTION OF RAT MINERALOCORTICOID RECEPTOR GENE IN NEURONS BY CORTICOSTEROIDS

      Journal of molecular endocrinology
    82. ROWLANDS JC; GUSTAFSSON JA
      HUMAN DIOXIN RECEPTOR CHIMERA TRANSACTIVATION IN A YEAST MODEL SYSTEMAND STUDIES ON RECEPTOR AGONISTS AND ANTAGONISTS

      Pharmacology & toxicology
    83. WILLY PJ; UMESONO K; ONG ES; EVANS RM; HEYMAN RA; MANGELSDORF DJ
      LXR, A NUCLEAR RECEPTOR THAT DEFINES A DISTINCT RETINOID RESPONSE PATHWAY

      Genes & development
    84. ZILLIACUS J; WRIGHT APH; CARLSTEDTDUKE J; GUSTAFSSON JA
      STRUCTURAL DETERMINANTS OF DNA-BINDING SPECIFICITY BY STEROID-RECEPTORS

      Molecular endocrinology
    85. KUPPER JH; MULLER M; JACOBSON MK; TATSUMIMIYAJIMA J; COYLE DL; JACOBSON EL; BURKLE A
      TRANSDOMINANT INHIBITION OF POLY(ADP-RIBOSYL)ATION SENSITIZES CELLS AGAINST GAMMA-IRRADIATION AND N-METHYL-N'-NITRO-N-NITROSOGUANIDINE BUT DOES NOT LIMIT DNA-REPLICATION OF A POLYOMAVIRUS REPLICON

      Molecular and cellular biology
    86. CHAVEZ S; CANDAU R; TRUSS M; BEATO M
      CONSTITUTIVE REPRESSION AND NUCLEAR FACTOR I-DEPENDENT HORMONE ACTIVATION OF THE MOUSE MAMMARY-TUMOR VIRUS PROMOTER IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE

      Molecular and cellular biology
    87. CARROLL RS; ZHANG JP; DASHNER K; SAR M; BLACK PM
      STEROID-HORMONE RECEPTORS IN ASTROCYTIC NEOPLASMS

      Neurosurgery
    88. OGAWA H; INOUYE S; TSUJI FI; YASUDA K; UMESONO K
      LOCALIZATION, TRAFFICKING, AND TEMPERATURE-DEPENDENCE OF THE AEQUOREAGREEN FLUORESCENT PROTEIN IN CULTURED VERTEBRATE CELLS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    89. PATHIRANA C; STEIN RB; BERGER TS; FENICAL W; IANIRO T; MAIS DE; TORRES A; GOLDMAN ME
      NONSTEROIDAL HUMAN PROGESTERONE-RECEPTOR MODULATORS FROM THE MARINE ALGA CYMOPOLIA-BARBATA

      Molecular pharmacology
    90. ROSEN J; DAY A; JONES TK; JONES ETT; NADZAN AM; STEIN RB
      INTRACELLULAR RECEPTORS AND SIGNAL TRANSDUCERS AND ACTIVATORS OF TRANSCRIPTION SUPERFAMILIES - NOVEL TARGETS FOR SMALL-MOLECULE DRUG DISCOVERY

      Journal of medicinal chemistry
    91. JOW L; MUKHERJEE R
      THE HUMAN PEROXISOME PROLIFERATOR-ACTIVATED RECEPTOR (PPAR) SUBTYPE NUC1 REPRESSES THE ACTIVATION OF HPPAR-ALPHA AND THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTORS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    92. ZENNARO MC; KEIGHTLEY MC; KOTELEVTSEV Y; CONWAY GS; SOUBRIER F; FULLER PJ
      HUMAN MINERALOCORTICOID RECEPTOR GENOMIC STRUCTURE AND IDENTIFICATIONOF EXPRESSED ISOFORMS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    93. JENSTER G; VANDERKORPUT HAGM; TRAPMAN J; BRINKMANN AO
      IDENTIFICATION OF 2 TRANSCRIPTION ACTIVATION UNITS IN THE N-TERMINAL DOMAIN OF THE HUMAN ANDROGEN RECEPTOR

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    94. YEN PM; WILCOX EC; CHIN WW
      STEROID-HORMONE RECEPTORS SELECTIVELY AFFECT TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION BUT NOT BASAL REPRESSION BY THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTORS

      Endocrinology
    95. QUICK TC; TRAISH AM; NILES RM
      CHARACTERIZATION OF HUMAN RETINOIC ACID RECEPTOR ALPHA-1 EXPRESSED INRECOMBINANT BACULOVIRUS-INFECTED SF9 INSECT CELLS

      Receptor
    96. MUKHERJEE R; JOW L; NOONAN D; MCDONNELL DP
      HUMAN AND RAT PEROXISOME PROLIFERATOR ACTIVATED RECEPTORS (PPARS) DEMONSTRATE SIMILAR TISSUE DISTRIBUTION BUT DIFFERENT RESPONSIVENESS TO PPAR ACTIVATORS

      Journal of steroid biochemistry and molecular biology
    97. NESTOR PV; FORDE RC; WEBB P; GANNON F
      THE GENOMIC ORGANIZATION, SEQUENCE AND FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS OF THE 5' FLANKING REGION OF THE CHICKEN ESTROGEN-RECEPTOR GENE

      Journal of steroid biochemistry and molecular biology
    98. WILLIAMS GR; FRANKLYN JA
      PHYSIOLOGY OF THE STEROID THYROID-HORMONE NUCLEAR RECEPTOR SUPERFAMILY

      Bailliere's clinical endocrinology and metabolism
    99. SLUYSER M
      HORMONE RESISTANCE IN CANCER - THE ROLE OF ABNORMAL STEROID-RECEPTORS

      Critical reviews in oncogenesis
    100. LEFSTIN JA; THOMAS JR; YAMAMOTO KR
      INFLUENCE OF A STEROID-RECEPTOR DNA-BINDING DOMAIN ON TRANSCRIPTIONALREGULATORY FUNCTIONS

      Genes & development


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