A comparative study of estramustine and pregnenolone binding to prostatic binding protein: evidence for subunit cooperativity.

@article{Heyns1983ACS,
  title={A comparative study of estramustine and pregnenolone binding to prostatic binding protein: evidence for subunit cooperativity.},
  author={W. Heyns and D. Bossyns},
  journal={Journal of steroid biochemistry},
  year={1983},
  volume={19 6},
  pages={
          1689-94
        }
}
The binding of estramustine, a nitrogen mustard derivative of oestradiol to purified rat prostatic binding protein was studied as a test for a possible identity between this protein and the very similar estramustine-binding protein, described by Forsgren et al. In accordance with this hypothesis estramustine binds to purified prostatic binding protein with a high affinity (2.5 X 10(7)M-1). This affinity markedly exceeds the affinity of pregnenolone for this protein (0.9 X 10(6)M-1) or for a… Expand
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