[18] Physical-chemical analysis of steroid hormone receptors☆

@article{Sherman197518PA,
  title={[18] Physical-chemical analysis of steroid hormone receptors☆},
  author={M. R. Sherman},
  journal={Methods in Enzymology},
  year={1975},
  volume={36},
  pages={211-234}
}
Publisher Summary Definitive evaluation of the mass, chemical composition, and conformation of steroid hormone receptors and of the changes that may occur on interaction with the steroid, the nucleus, or chromatin components will require milligrams of the purified macromolecules. The objective of this chapter is to estimate the physical parameters from nanogram amounts of impure receptors. Density gradient centrifugation—one method of analysis—is the subject of several sections of the chapter… Expand
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