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Steroid-cell interactions [by] R.J.B. King and W.I.P. Mainwaring.

Roger John Benjamin King

Steroid-cell interactions [by] R.J.B. King and W.I.P. Mainwaring.

by Roger John Benjamin King

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Published by University Park Press in Baltimore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cytochemistry,
  • Mammals -- Physiology,
  • Steroids

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsMainwaring, W. I. P.,
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQP752 S7 K56
    The Physical Object
    Pagination440p.
    Number of Pages440
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20755865M

    interaction of bases with aromatic ring systems [2 1, It is possible that the halodeoxyuridine- substituted DNA series may more readily undergo conformational fluctuations (e.g., bending, kinking or superhelical twisting) which may be required for protein binding [22]. Also, DNA is enveloped by a. The book is well produced with figures and tables and few typographical or other errors were found. Its value lies in the way the application of gas chromato- graphy to a wide variety of biological compounds has been collated, and it will be of interest to microbio-.

    Ovotestis development in B6-XY(POS) mice provides a rare opportunity to study the interaction of the testis- and ovary-determining pathways in the same tissue. We studied expression of several markers of mouse fetal testis (SRY, SOX9) or ovary (FOXL2, Rspo1) development in B6-XY(POS) ovotestes by immunofluorescence, using normal testes and. Steroid Cell Interactions Mainwaring, W. I. P.; King, R. J. B. The measurement of androgen receptors in human prostatic tissue utilizing sucrose density gradient .

    Steroid - Steroid - Biosynthesis and metabolism of steroids: In plants and animals, steroids appear to be biosynthesized by similar reactions, beginning with acetic acid, assisted by a type of enzyme. The isoprenoid hydrocarbon called squalene, which occurs widely in nature, is thought to be the starting material from which all steroids are made. Köster, Institut for Organische Chemie und Biochemie der Universität, Martin‐Luther‐King‐Platz 6, D‐ Hamb Federal Republic of Germany Search for more papers by this author First published: September


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Steroid-cell interactions [by] R.J.B. King and W.I.P. Mainwaring by Roger John Benjamin King Download PDF EPUB FB2

Purchase Steroid–Cell Interactions - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. R.J.B. KING and W.I.P. MAINWARING Steroid–Cell Interactions describes the processes involved in the intracellular binding of steroids (and related compounds) in mammalian cells.

This book consists of 10 chapters and begins by presenting an elementary account of the factors contributing to the interaction between a steroid hormone and. Get this from a library. Steroid-cell interactions. [R J B King; W I P Mainwaring] -- This book is a comprehensive survey of steroid-binding processes within mammalian cells.

The five main classes of steroids--androgens, oestrogens, progestins, glucocorticoids, and. Additional Physical Format: Online version: King, R.J.B.

(Roger John Benjamin). Steroid-cell interactions. London, Butterworth, (OCoLC) Steroid-cell Interactions by King, R.J.B., Mainwaring, W.T.P. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Steroid-cell interactions [by] R. King and W.

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King, R. B., and Mainwaring, W. P., Steroid-cell Interactions, 41 (Butter-worth, London, ). Specific binding of [3 H]-testosterone was found in the human placental a [3 H]-testosterone concentration of 3 × 10 −8 M, the binding was maximal after 1h and remained at that level for at least 24 h.[3 H]-testosterone binding was linearly related to the amount of cytosol protein concentration up to mg/ml.

Kinetic analysis revealed the presence of specific binding sites with. A specific dexamethasone binding protein of human fetal lung is described. Characterization of the receptor by sucrose density gradient centrifugation showed a sedimentation coefficient of approximately 7S (low ionic strength) and 4S (high ionic strength).

This structure presumably is necessary for the steroid to fit in its binding site on specific glucocorticoid receptors. 1,2 This steroid-receptor interaction is widely accepted as the first of a series of molecular events which determine specific steroid-induced cellular reponses.

3,4 Bulky substituents on the A-ring have been reported to. Author(s): King,R J B(Roger John Benjamin); Mainwaring,W Ian P Title(s): Steroid-cell interactions[by] R.

King and W. Mainwaring. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Baltimore, University Park Press [] Description: p. Summary. Several iodinated estrogens, 6-iodoestra-l,3,5(10),6tetraene-3,l7ß-diol (4), 16α-iodoestradiol (2) and l6ß-iodoestradiol (3) were shown to displace 3 H-estradiol (1b) from the uterine cytosol receptor by a competitive type of three compounds translocated the cytosol receptor to the nucleus in vitro and increased mouse uterine weight in vivo.

Evidence for the contribution of non-covalent steroid interactions between DNA and topoisomerase in the genotoxicity of steroids.

Drug and Chemical Toxicology38 (2), A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Anabolic agents—some thoughts on their mode of action - Volume 37 Issue 3 - P.

Buttery, B. Vernon, J. Pearson. Recent investigations suggest that steroid hormone receptors recognize specific binding sites on nuclear DNA, and that A + T rich regions may be involved.

A model is proposed by which this interaction. Biochemistry All Publications/Website. OR SEARCH CITATIONS. Get this from a library. Steroid-Cell Interactions. [R J B King; W I P Mainwaring] -- Steroid-Cell Interactions describes the processes involved in the intracellular binding of steroids (and related compounds) in mammalian cells.

Serum binding proteins and steroid-immunoglobulin. Henric Blomgren, Hans Jacobsson, Interaction between thymocytes and lymph-node cells in the graft-versus-host response: Evidence for a synergistic and an antagonistic activity mediated by mouse thymocytes, Cellular Immunology, /(74), 12, 2, (), ().

We have investigated the mechanisms by which dexamethasone (a synthetic glucocorticoid) stimulates the production of mouse mammary tumor virus (MMTV) by cell cultures derived from mammary carcinomas of GR mice. Treatment of these cells with dexamethasone stimulates a rapid accumulation of intracellular virus-specific RNA which is dependent upon RNA synthesis but not upon DNA or protein.

The delicate balance and interactions between these ovarian hormones are essential for many reproductive functions.

King, R. J. B., and Mainwaring, Steroid Cell Interactions, ALTHOUGH hormonal regulation of gene expression and the nature of specific interactions between steroid hormone receptor and genome have attracted growing interest1–5, very little is known about.Interaction of human serum albumin with phosphatidylserine was studied by turbidimetric methods.

It was found that human serum albu‐min will bind phosphatidylserine. Analysis by the law of mass action for multiple equilibria has led to the conclusion that human serum albumin possesses a heterogeneity of binding sites for phos‐phatidylserine.