Cell Proteins as Primary Hormone Acceptors after Injection of Testosterone-4-14C into Immature Rats

@article{Lippert1967CellPA,
  title={Cell Proteins as Primary Hormone Acceptors after Injection of Testosterone-4-14C into Immature Rats},
  author={U. Lippert and K. Mosebach and G. Krampitz},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1967},
  volume={214},
  pages={917-918}
}
CONTINUING our investigations1 of the initial fate and the mechanism of action of testosterone in the organs of mammals we have examined the in vivo binding of this hormone to high molecular weight chemical components of liver and kidney cells of immature rats. 
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