Steroid hormones, receptors, and antagonists.

  • E. V. Jensen
  • Published 1996 in Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences


In the thirty-odd years since the first demonstration of estrogen-binding components in reproductive tissues, much has been learned about the molecular details of steroid hormone action. Facts still to be elucidated include the precise mechanism by which interaction with the steroid disrupts the native receptor complex to generate an active transcription… (More)


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