Jane S. Milliken

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  • J D Graham, C Yeates, +4 authors C L Clarke
  • 1995
The human progesterone receptor (PR) is a ligand-activated nuclear transcription factor that mediates progesterone action in target tissues. Two PR proteins, PR-A (M(r) 81,000-83,000) and PR-B (M(r) 116,000-120,000), have been described and different physiological activities ascribed to each on the basis of in vitro studies, suggesting that their ratio of(More)
The human progesterone receptor (PR) is a ligand-activated nuclear transcription factor which mediates progesterone action in target tissues. Two PR proteins, PR A (81-83 kDa) and PR B (116-120 kDa), have been described and different physiological activities ascribed to each on the basis of in vitro studies, suggesting that their ratio of expression may(More)
BACKGROUND Activation of hepatic CB(1) receptors (CB(1)) is associated with steatosis and fibrosis in experimental forms of liver disease. However, CB(1) expression has not been assessed in patients with chronic hepatitis C (CHC), a disease associated with insulin resistance, steatosis and metabolic disturbance. We aimed to determine the importance and(More)
The human progesterone receptor (PR) is a ligand-activated nuclear transcription factor that mediates progesterone action in target tissues. not correlated with the age of the patient or with total PR concentration. A third PR protein band (PR78kDa) was detected in a number of samples and comprised greater than 20% of total PR protein in 52 (25.7%) of the(More)
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