Scott A. Kaiser

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Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulators (SERMs) are a new class of drugsthat bind to estrogen receptor (ER) and elicit agonistic or antagonistic responses, depending on the target tissue. We have developed an in vitro system in which some SERMs (4-hydroxytamoxifen and resveratrol) demonstrate estrogenic response through wild-type (wt) ER, whereas others(More)
The purpose of this study was to classify selective oestrogen receptor modulators based on gene expression profiles produced in breast cancer cells expressing either wtERalpha or mutant(351)ERalpha. In total, 54 microarray experiments were carried out by using a commercially available Atlas cDNA Expression Arrays (Clontech), containing 588 cancer-related(More)
Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulators (SERMs) are a new class of drugs that bind to estrogen receptor (ER) and elicit agonistic or antagonistic responses, depending on the target tissue. We have developed an in vitro system in which some SERMs (4-hydroxytamoxifen and resveratrol) demonstrate estrogenic response through wild-type (wt) ER, whereas others(More)
This study investigated the potential for relating changes in electrophoretic protein patterns derived from the longissimus dorsi of beef cattle 36 h postmortem with tenderness at 7 days. We report finding a significant correlation (R(2)=0.82) between electrophoretic l. dorsi myofibrillar fingerprints at 36 h postmortem and tenderness at 7 days, as(More)
Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulators (SERMs) are a new class of drugs that bind to estrogen receptor (ER) and elicit agonistic or antagonistic responses, depending on the target tissue. We have developed an in vitro system in which some SERMs (4-hydroxytamoxifen and resveratrol) demonstrate estrogenic response through wild-type (wt) ER, whereas others(More)
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