Differential regulation of gonadotropin receptors (fshr and lhcgr) by estradiol in the zebrafish ovary involves nuclear estrogen receptors that are likely located on the plasma membrane.

Abstract

FSH and LH are gonadotropins (GTH) that control all major events of gonadal function. FSH and LH signal through their cognate receptors, FSH receptor and LH/choriogonadotropin receptor, respectively, across vertebrates. Compared with the information in mammals, very little is known about these receptors in fish, especially the regulation of their expression… (More)
DOI: 10.1210/en.2011-1065

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@article{Liu2011DifferentialRO, title={Differential regulation of gonadotropin receptors (fshr and lhcgr) by estradiol in the zebrafish ovary involves nuclear estrogen receptors that are likely located on the plasma membrane.}, author={Ka-Cheuk Liu and Sze-wah Lin and Wei Ge}, journal={Endocrinology}, year={2011}, volume={152 11}, pages={4418-30} }