Androgen receptor transactivation domain and control of spermatogenesis.

Abstract

Male sex steroids (androgens) are important for maintaining sperm production and growth of the accessory sex organ, the prostate gland. This article examines the role of the androgen receptor (AR) in the control of spermatogenesis and focusses on the N-terminal transactivation domain of the receptor, a poorly studied region that is essential for receptor… (More)

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@article{Yong1998AndrogenRT, title={Androgen receptor transactivation domain and control of spermatogenesis.}, author={Elaine X L Yong and Farid J Ghadessy and Q. Wang and Antoinette Mifsud and S. C. Ng}, journal={Reviews of reproduction}, year={1998}, volume={3 3}, pages={141-4} }