Anna M Sokolov

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Nonvesicular transport of cholesterol plays an essential role in the distribution and regulation of cholesterol within cells, but it has been difficult to identify the key intracellular cholesterol transporters. The steroidogenic acute regulatory-related lipid-transfer (START) family of proteins is involved in several pathways of nonvesicular trafficking of(More)
Estrogen hormones play critical roles in the regulation of many tissue functions. The effects of estrogens are primarily mediated by the estrogen receptors (ER) and. ERs are ligand-activated transcription factors that regulate a complex array of genomic events that orchestrate cellular growth, differentiation and death. Although many factors contribute to(More)
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