The uteroglobin promoter contains a noncanonical estrogen responsive element.

Abstract

Uteroglobin is expressed in various tissues of the rabbit under complex hormonal control. In the endometrium the uteroglobin gene is transcribed only in epithelial cells after administration of ovarian hormones. In this paper we demonstrate that within the promoter region of the rabbit uteroglobin gene, there is a functional estrogen-responsive element (ERE… (More)

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@article{Slater1990TheUP, title={The uteroglobin promoter contains a noncanonical estrogen responsive element.}, author={Emily Prentice Slater and G Redeuihl and Kathrin Theis and Guntram Suske and Miguel Beato}, journal={Molecular endocrinology}, year={1990}, volume={4 4}, pages={604-10} }