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    1. Ratajczak, T
      Protein coregulators that mediate estrogen receptor function

      REPRODUCTION FERTILITY AND DEVELOPMENT
    2. Jordan, VC
      Oestrogen receptors, growth factors and the control of breast cancer

      BREAST
    3. Denger, S; Reid, G; Kos, M; Flouriot, G; Parsch, D; Brand, H; Korach, KS; Sonntag-Buck, V; Gannon, F
      ER alpha gene expression in human primary osteoblasts: Evidence for the expression of two receptor proteins

      MOLECULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    4. Muyan, M; Yi, P; Sathya, G; Willmert, LJ; Driscoll, MD; Hilf, R; Bambara, RA
      Fusion estrogen receptor proteins: toward the development of receptor-based agonists and antagonists

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    5. Denger, S; Reid, G; Brand, H; Kos, M; Gannon, F
      Tissue-specific expression of human ER alpha and ER beta in the male

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    6. Weatherman, RV; Scanlan, TS
      Unique protein determinants of the subtype-selective ligand responses of the estrogen receptors (ER alpha and ER beta) at AP-1 sites

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    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. Quaedackers, ME; Van den Brink, CE; Wissink, S; Schreurs, RHMM; Gustafsson, JA; Van der Saag, PT; Van der Burg, B
      4-hydroxytamoxifen trans-represses nuclear factor-kappa B activity in human osteoblastic U2-OS cells through estrogen receptor (ER)alpha, and not through ER beta

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    9. Bhat, KPL; Lantvit, D; Christov, K; Mehta, RG; Moon, RC; Pezzuto, JM
      Estrogenic and antiestrogenic properties of resveratrol in mammary tumor models

      CANCER RESEARCH
    10. Zaman, G; Cheng, MZ; Jessop, HL; White, R; Lanyon, LE
      Mechanical strain activates estrogen response elements in bone cells

      BONE
    11. Wakeling, AE
      Similarities and distinctions in the mode of action of different classes of antioestrogens

      ENDOCRINE-RELATED CANCER
    12. Hodges, LC; Bergerson, JS; Hunter, DS; Walker, CL
      Estrogenic effects of organochlorine pesticides on uterine leiomyoma cellsin vitro

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    13. Girdler, F; Brotherick, I
      The oestrogen receptors (ER alpha and ER beta) and their role in breast cancer: a review

      BREAST
    14. Katzenellenbogen, BS; Choi, IH; Delage-Mourroux, R; Ediger, TR; Martini, PGV; Montano, M; Sun, J; Weis, K; Katzenellenbogen, JA
      Molecular mechanisms of estrogen action: selective ligands and receptor pharmacology

      JOURNAL OF STEROID BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    15. Pettersson, K; Delaunay, F; Gustafsson, JA
      Estrogen receptor beta acts as a dominant regulator of estrogen signaling

      ONCOGENE
    16. Metivier, R; Petit, FG; Valotaire, Y; Pakdel, F
      Function of N-terminal transactivation domain of the estrogen receptor requires a potential alpha-helical structure and is negatively regulated by the A domain

      MOLECULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    17. Gehm, BD; McAndrews, JM; Jordan, VC; Jameson, JL
      EGF activates highly selective estrogen-responsive reporter plasmids by anER-independent pathway

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    18. Hunter, DS; Hodges, LC; Eagon, PK; Vonier, PM; Fuchs-Young, R; Bergerson, JS; Walker, CL
      Influence of exogenous estrogen receptor ligands on uterine leiomyoma: Evidence from an in vitro/in vivo animal model for uterine fibroids

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    19. Delaunay, F; Pettersson, K; Tujague, M; Gustafsson, JA
      Functional differences between the amino-terminal domains of estrogen receptors alpha and beta

      MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY
    20. Chen, SY; Sarlis, NJ; Simons, SS
      Evidence for a common step in three different processes for modulating thekinetic properties of glucocorticoid receptor-induced gene transcription

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    21. Tcherepanova, I; Puigserver, P; Norris, JD; Spiegelman, BM; McDonnell, DP
      Modulation of estrogen receptor-alpha transcriptional activity by the coactivator PGC-1

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    22. Hodges, YK; Tung, L; Yan, XD; Graham, JD; Horwitz, KB; Horwitz, LD
      Estrogen receptors alpha and beta - Prevalence of estrogen receptor beta mRNA in human vascular smooth muscle and transcriptional effects

      CIRCULATION
    23. Graumann, K; Jungbauer, A
      Agonistic and synergistic activity of tamoxifen in a yeast model system

      BIOCHEMICAL PHARMACOLOGY
    24. Tai, H; Kubota, N; Kato, S
      Involvement of nuclear receptor coactivator SRC-1 in estrogen-dependent cell growth of MCF-7 cells

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    25. Cowley, SM; Parker, MG
      A comparison of transcriptional activation by ER alpha and ER beta

      JOURNAL OF STEROID BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    26. Guo, IC; Chung, BC
      Cell-type specificity of human CYP11A1 TATA box

      JOURNAL OF STEROID BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    27. Sarlis, NJ; Bayly, SF; Szapary, D; Simons, SS
      Quantity of partial agonist activity for antiglucocorticoids complexed with mutant glucocorticoid receptors is constant in two different transactivation assays but not predictable from steroid structure

      JOURNAL OF STEROID BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    28. Lopez, GN; Webb, P; Shinsako, JH; Baxter, JD; Greene, GL; Kushner, PJ
      Titration by estrogen receptor activation function-2 of targets that are downstream from coactivators

      MOLECULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    29. Thenot, S; Charpin, M; Bonnet, S; Cavailles, V
      Estrogen receptor cofactors expression in breast and endometrial human cancer cells

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    30. Castro-Rivera, E; Wormke, M; Safe, S
      Estrogen and aryl hydrocarbon responsiveness of ECC-1 endometrial cancer cells

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    31. Griffiths, K; Morton, MS; Denis, L
      Certain aspects of molecular endocrinology that relate to the influence ofdietary factors on the pathogenesis of prostate cancer

      EUROPEAN UROLOGY
    32. Tremblay, GB; Tremblay, A; Labrie, F; Giguere, V
      Dominant activity of activation function 1 (AF-1) and differential stoichiometric requirements for AF-1 and -2 in the estrogen receptor alpha-beta heterodimeric complex

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    33. Chang, CY; Norris, JD; Gron, H; Paige, LA; Hamilton, PT; Kenan, DJ; Fowlkes, D; McDonnell, DP
      Dissection of the LXXLL nuclear receptor-coactivator interaction motif using combinatorial peptide libraries: Discovery of peptide antagonists of estrogen receptors alpha and beta

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    34. Gaido, KW; Leonard, LS; Maness, SC; Hall, JM; McDonnell, DP; Saville, B; Safe, S
      Differential interaction of the methoxychlor metabolite 2,2-bis-(p-hydroxyphenyl)-1,1,1-trichlor with estrogen receptors alpha and beta

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    35. Mitlak, BH; Cohen, FJ
      Selective estrogen receptor modulators - A look ahead

      DRUGS
    36. Hunter, DS; Hodges, LC; Vonier, PM; Fuchs-Young, R; Gottardis, MM; Walker, CL
      Estrogen receptor activation via activation function 2 predicts agonism ofxenoestrogens in normal and neoplastic cells of the uterine myometrium

      CANCER RESEARCH
    37. JACKSON DA; COLLIER CD; OSHIMA H; SIMONS SS
      MODULATION OF TAT GENE INDUCTION BY GLUCOCORTICOIDS INVOLVES A NEUTRALIZING SEQUENCE

      Journal of steroid biochemistry and molecular biology
    38. MURPHY LC; DOTZLAW H; LEYGUE E; COUTTS A; WATSON P
      THE PATHOPHYSIOLOGICAL ROLE OF ESTROGEN-RECEPTOR VARIANTS IN HUMAN BREAST-CANCER

      Journal of steroid biochemistry and molecular biology
    39. ZHAO Y; HAGUE S; MANEK S; ZHANG L; BICKNELL R; REES MCP
      PCR DISPLAY IDENTIFIES TAMOXIFEN INDUCTION OF THE NOVEL ANGIOGENIC FACTOR ADRENOMEDULLIN BY A NON ESTROGENIC MECHANISM IN THE HUMAN ENDOMETRIUM

      Oncogene
    40. GAO TS; MCPHAUL MJ
      FUNCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OF THE A-FORM AND B-FORM OF THE HUMAN ANDROGEN RECEPTOR IN RESPONSE TO ANDROGEN RECEPTOR AGONISTS AND ANTAGONISTS

      Molecular endocrinology
    41. ZHANG X; JEYAKUMAR M; PETUKHOV S; BAGCHI MK
      A NUCLEAR RECEPTOR COREPRESSOR MODULATES TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVITY OF ANTAGONIST-OCCUPIED STEROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR

      Molecular endocrinology
    42. GOULD JC; LEONARD LS; MANESS SC; WAGNER BL; CONNER K; ZACHAREWSKI T; SAFE S; MCDONNELL DP; GAIDO KW
      BISPHENOL-A INTERACTS WITH THE ESTROGEN-RECEPTOR-ALPHA IN A DISTINCT MANNER FROM ESTRADIOL

      Molecular and cellular endocrinology
    43. WOOD JR; GREENE GL; NARDULLI AM
      ESTROGEN RESPONSE ELEMENTS FUNCTION AS ALLOSTERIC MODULATORS OF ESTROGEN-RECEPTOR CONFORMATION

      Molecular and cellular biology
    44. WAGNER BL; NORRIS JD; KNOTTS TA; WEIGEL NL; MCDONNELL DP
      THE NUCLEAR COREPRESSORS NCOR AND SMRT ARE KEY REGULATORS OF BOTH LIGAND-DEPENDENT AND 8-BROMO-CYCLIC AMP-DEPENDENT TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVITY OF THE HUMAN PROGESTERONE-RECEPTOR

      Molecular and cellular biology
    45. NORRIS JD; FAN DJ; STALLCUP MR; MCDONNELL DP
      ENHANCEMENT OF ESTROGEN-RECEPTOR TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVITY BY THE COACTIVATOR GRIP-1 HIGHLIGHTS THE ROLE OF ACTIVATION FUNCTION-2 IN DETERMINING ESTROGEN-RECEPTOR PHARMACOLOGY

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    46. MCINERNEY EM; WEIS KE; SUN J; MOSSELMAN S; KATZENELLENBOGEN BS
      TRANSCRIPTION ACTIVATION BY THE HUMAN ESTROGEN-RECEPTOR SUBTYPE BETA (ER-BETA) STUDIED WITH ER-BETA AND ER-ALPHA RECEPTOR CHIMERAS

      Endocrinology
    47. ZAJCHOWSKI DA; WEBSTER L; HUMM R; WHITE FA; SIMMONS SJ; BARTHOLDI M
      DIFFERENT ESTROGEN-RECEPTOR STRUCTURAL DOMAINS ARE REQUIRED FOR ESTROGEN-DEPENDENT AND TAMOXIFEN-DEPENDENT ANTIPROLIFERATIVE ACTIVITY IN HUMAN MAMMARY EPITHELIAL-CELLS EXPRESSING AN EXOGENOUS ESTROGEN-RECEPTOR

      Journal of steroid biochemistry and molecular biology
    48. BARKHEM T; ANDERSSONROSS C; HOGLUND M; NILSSON S
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ESTROGENICITY OF TAMOXIFEN AND RALOXIFENE IN HEPG2 CELLS - REGULATION OF GENE-EXPRESSION FROM AN ERE CONTROLLED REPORTER VECTOR VERSUS REGULATION OF THE ENDOGENOUS SHBG AND PS2 GENES

      Journal of steroid biochemistry and molecular biology
    49. GANGOLLI EA; CONNEELY OM; OMALLEY BW
      NEUROTRANSMITTERS ACTIVATE THE HUMAN ESTROGEN-RECEPTOR IN A NEUROBLASTOMA CELL-LINE

      Journal of steroid biochemistry and molecular biology
    50. SMITH CL; NAWAZ Z; OMALLEY BW
      COACTIVATOR AND COREPRESSOR REGULATION OF THE AGONIST ANTAGONIST ACTIVITY OF THE MIXED ANTIESTROGEN, 4-HYDROXYTAMOXIFEN/

      Molecular endocrinology
    51. NORRIS JD; FAN DJ; KERNER SA; MCDONNELL DP
      IDENTIFICATION OF A 3RD AUTONOMOUS ACTIVATION DOMAIN WITHIN THE HUMANESTROGEN-RECEPTOR

      Molecular endocrinology
    52. JOYEUX A; CAVAILLES V; BALAGUER P; NICOLAS JC
      RIP-140 ENHANCES NUCLEAR RECEPTOR-DEPENDENT TRANSCRIPTION IN-VIVO IN YEAST

      Molecular endocrinology
    53. HONG H; KOHLI K; GARABEDIAN MJ; STALLCUP MR
      GRIP1, A TRANSCRIPTIONAL COACTIVATOR FOR THE AF-2 TRANSACTIVATION DOMAIN OF STEROID, THYROID, RETINOID, AND VITAMIN-D RECEPTORS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    54. GRESE TA; SLUKA JP; BRYANT HU; CULLINAN GJ; GLASEBROOK AL; JONES CD; MATSUMOTO K; PALKOWITZ AD; SATO M; TERMINE JD; WINTER MA; YANG NN; DODGE JA
      MOLECULAR DETERMINANTS OF TISSUE SELECTIVITY IN ESTROGEN-RECEPTOR MODULATORS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    55. EKENA K; WEIS KE; KATZENELLENBOGEN JA; KATZENELLENBOGEN BS
      DIFFERENT RESIDUES OF THE HUMAN ESTROGEN-RECEPTOR ARE INVOLVED IN THERECOGNITION OF STRUCTURALLY DIVERSE ESTROGENS AND ANTIESTROGENS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    56. 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
    57. BURROUGHS KD; KIGUCHI K; HOWE SR; FUCHSYOUNG R; TRONO D; BARRETT JC; WALKER C
      REGULATION OF APOPTOSIS IN UTERINE LEIOMYOMATA

      Endocrinology
    58. JIMENEZ MA; MAGEE DE; BRYANT HU; TURNER RT
      CLOMIPHENE PREVENTS CANCELLOUS BONE LOSS FROM TIBIA OF OVARIECTOMIZEDRATS

      Endocrinology
    59. KATZENELLENBOGEN BS; KORACH KS
      A NEW ACTOR IN THE ESTROGEN-RECEPTOR DRAMA - ENTER ER-BETA

      Endocrinology
    60. ZHANG QX; BORG A; WOLF DM; OESTERREICH S; FUQUA SAW
      AN ESTROGEN-RECEPTOR MUTANT WITH STRONG HORMONE-INDEPENDENT ACTIVITY FROM A METASTATIC BREAST-CANCER

      Cancer research
    61. WANG F; PORTER W; XING W; ARCHER TK; SAFE S
      IDENTIFICATION OF A FUNCTIONAL IMPERFECT ESTROGEN-RESPONSIVE ELEMENT IN THE 5'-PROMOTER REGION OF THE HUMAN CATHEPSIN-D GENE

      Biochemistry
    62. HOWELL A
      NEW ENDOCRINE TREATMENTS FOR BREAST-CANCER - BIOLOGICAL AND CLINICAL ASPECTS

      Breast
    63. MCINERNEY EM; TSAI MJ; OMALLEY BW; KATZENELLENBOGEN BS
      ANALYSIS OF ESTROGEN-RECEPTOR TRANSCRIPTIONAL ENHANCEMENT BY A NUCLEAR HORMONE-RECEPTOR COACTIVATOR

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    64. MCINERNEY EM; KATZENELLENBOGEN BS
      DIFFERENT REGIONS IN ACTIVATION FUNCTION-1 OF THE HUMAN ESTROGEN-RECEPTOR REQUIRED FOR ANTIESTROGEN-DEPENDENT AND ESTRADIOL-DEPENDENT TRANSCRIPTION ACTIVATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    65. EKENA K; WEIS KE; KATZENELLENBOGEN JA; KATZENELLENBOGEN BS
      IDENTIFICATION OF AMINO-ACIDS IN THE HORMONE-BINDING DOMAIN OF THE HUMAN ESTROGEN-RECEPTOR IMPORTANT IN ESTROGEN-BINDING

      The Journal of biological chemistry


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