Jürgen Frowein

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The specific binding of 125I-labelled human chorionic gonadotrophin (HCG) by rat testicular homogenate as compared with isolated Leydig cells differs with respect to total binding capacity but not to the dissociation constant (Kd) as revealed by Scatchard analysis. The maximal binding capacity for [125I]HCG of crude testicular homogenate was 95 ng/g rat(More)
Biologically active small-molecular-weight compounds are actively transported into the cell nucleus by a specific receptor. This has been widely demonstrated for retinoids, polycyclic hydrocarbons (such as steroids), and dioxin. Thus, it is reasonable to assume that genotoxically active polycyclic hydrocarbons, and possibly all genotoxically active(More)