Steroid hormone receptors and their relevance for sebum production in the sebaceous gland ear model of the Syrian hamster

@article{Luderschmidt1983SteroidHR,
  title={Steroid hormone receptors and their relevance for sebum production in the sebaceous gland ear model of the Syrian hamster},
  author={Chr Luderschmidt and Wolfgang Eiermann and J. Jawny},
  journal={Archives of Dermatological Research},
  year={1983},
  volume={275},
  pages={175-180}
}
We determined the capacity of steroid hormone receptors in the sebaceous glands of intact nontreated, castrated, with testosterone substituted castrated male, intact female, and intact with testosterone substituted female animals using the animal ear model of the Syrian hamster. The steroid hormone binding capacity was compared with the sebaceous gland areas and sebogenesis. Intact male animals showed large sebaceous follicles, a high sebogenesis rate, and high capacity for sexual hormone… CONTINUE READING
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