Properties of progestin-binding protein in benign hypertrophic human prostate.

@article{Akimoto1986PropertiesOP,
  title={Properties of progestin-binding protein in benign hypertrophic human prostate.},
  author={S. Akimoto and R. Sato and T. Kodama and S. Zama and H. Fuse and J. Shimazaki},
  journal={Endocrinologia japonica},
  year={1986},
  volume={33 3},
  pages={
          423-32
        }
}
RU 27987 is a new ligand for progesterone receptor and binds in high affinity to nuclei of target tissues of progesterone. Using this compound, progestin-binding components in the benign hypertrophic human prostate were studied, and compared with those examined with R 5020, a conventional ligand, in the study of progesterone receptor. In cytosols, the binding affinity of RU 27987 was higher than that of R 5020, and the number of maximum binding sites for RU 27987 seemed to be large but… Expand
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