Structure, dissociation, and proteolysis of mammalian steroid receptors. Multiplicity of glucocorticoid receptor forms and proteolytic enzymes in rat liver and kidney cytosols.

@article{Sherman1983StructureDA,
  title={Structure, dissociation, and proteolysis of mammalian steroid receptors. Multiplicity of glucocorticoid receptor forms and proteolytic enzymes in rat liver and kidney cytosols.},
  author={M. R. Sherman and M. Mor{\'a}n and F. Tuazon and Y. Stevens},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={1983},
  volume={258 17},
  pages={
          10366-77
        }
}
The forms of steroid receptors detected in mammalian tissue cytosols vary from a globular fragment, the mero-receptor, with a molecular weight (Mr) of approximately 23,000 to highly asymmetric molybdate-stabilized complexes (Mr approximately 330,000). Our objectives were to investigate the relationships among various receptor forms and mechanisms of stabilization by Na2MoO4, to characterize endogenous proteolytic enzymes, and to evaluate the effects of freezing the tissues on receptor structure… Expand
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