Steroid structural requirements for high affinity binding to human sex steroid binding protein (SBP)

@article{Cunningham1981SteroidSR,
  title={Steroid structural requirements for high affinity binding to human sex steroid binding protein (SBP)},
  author={Glenn R. Cunningham and Donald J. Tindall and Thomas J. Lobl and J. Allan Campbell and Anthony Means},
  journal={Steroids},
  year={1981},
  volume={38},
  pages={243-262}
}
Steroid-binding and dimerization domains of human sex hormone-binding globulin partially overlap: steroids and Ca2+ stabilize dimer formation.
TLDR
Evidence is provided that residues 134-139 influence the recognition of specific A/B ring conformations of steroid ligands and may constitute part of the steroid-binding domain and that substitutions at residues 138-148 impair dimerization.
Sex hormone-binding globulin/androgen-binding protein: Steroid-binding and dimerization domains
Profiles of ligands of sex hormone binding globulin in human serum.
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Steroid interactions with cytochrome P-450 from testis microsomes.
Sex hormone-binding globulin is synthesized in target cells.
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This work has reviewed the current state of knowledge on the SHBG gene and the role of SHBG in steroid signaling and addressed its function as a plasma-binding protein.
Relationship between ligand structure and affinity for androgen binding protein
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The sequelae of events suggested that ABP may play a role in the androgen-dependent maturation of epididymal spermatozoa and male fertility in general.
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