Inhibin binding sites and proteins in pituitary, gonadal, adrenal and bone cells.

@article{Farnworth2001InhibinBS,
  title={Inhibin binding sites and proteins in pituitary, gonadal, adrenal and bone cells.},
  author={Paul Graham Farnworth and Craig A. Harrison and Pauline Leembruggen and Karen P. L. Chan and Peter Gordon Stanton and Guck T. Ooi and Nafis Ahmed Rahman and Ilpo Tapani Huhtaniemi and Jock K. Findlay and David M. Robertson},
  journal={Molecular and cellular endocrinology},
  year={2001},
  volume={180 1-2},
  pages={63-71}
}
Activin signals via complexes of type I (50-55 kDa) and II (70-75 kDa) activin receptors, but the mechanism of inhibin action is unclear. Proposed models range from an anti-activin action at the type II activin receptor to independent actions involving putative inhibin receptors. Two membrane-embedded proteoglycans, betaglycan and p120, have recently been… CONTINUE READING