Molecular cloning, sequence analyses, and expression of complementary DNA encoding murine progesterone receptor.

@article{Schott1991MolecularCS,
  title={Molecular cloning, sequence analyses, and expression of complementary DNA encoding murine progesterone receptor.},
  author={David Schott and Gopalan Shyamala and Wolfgang J. Schneider and G Parry},
  journal={Biochemistry},
  year={1991},
  volume={30 28},
  pages={
          7014-20
        }
}
Progesterone receptors exist in two molecular forms commonly designated as "A" and "B" forms, the relative proportion of which can vary among species. In murine tissues, progesterone receptor exists predominantly as the "A" form which, in mammary glands, is also under developmental regulation [Shyamala et al. (1990) Endocrinology 126, 2882-2889]. Therefore, toward resolving the molecular mechanisms responsible for the predominance of the "A" form of progesterone receptor in murine tissues and… CONTINUE READING

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