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The correspondence of S. A. S. Simpson and J. F. Tait with T. Reichstein during their collaborative work on the isolation and elucidation of the structure of electrocortin (later aldosterone)1
Tait, S.A.S.; Tait, J.F.
Synthesis of (19E)-3,7α-dihydroxy-17-oxoandrost-5-en-19-al 19-(O-carboxymethyl)oxime, a new hapten for 7α-hydroxydehydroepiandrosterone(3,7α-dihydroxyandrost-5-en-17-one) - 7α-hydroxylation of dehydroepiandrosterone and pregnenolone by rat brain microsomes
Pouzar, V.; Slavkova, T.; Cerny, I.
Non-ACTH POMC fragments stimulate aldosterone production by human adrenal cells in vitro - a process whereby cells increase their responsiveness to physiological corticotropin concentrations
Molloy, E.S.; Clarke, D.M.; Fearon, U.M.; Cunningham, S.K.; McKenna, T.J.
Partial synthetic derivatization of canrenone and characterization of its impact on the inhibitory effect on Na/K-ATPase activity in human heart muscle - A contribution to the endogenous digitalis problem
Weiland, J.; Megges, R.; Undeutsch, B.; Schon, R.; Buchting, H.; Repke, K.R.H.
Methyl hypofluorite in the synthesis of 16-methoxyestradiol stereoisomers - prospects for the preparation of fluorine-18 labeled estrogens
Jonson, S.D.; d'Avignon, D.A.; Katzenellenbogen, J.A.; Welch, M.J.
Novel high-affinity steroidal estrogenic ligands: Synthesis and receptor binding of 11-vinyl-17α-E/Z-phenylselenovinyl estradiols - Ligand structure-estrogen receptor binding affinity relationships and a model for the receptor binding site
Hanson, R.N.; Napolitano, E.; Fiaschi, R.
Microbial hydroxylation of acetylaminosteroids - 11α-hydroxylation by fungal mycelium
Holland, H.L.; Lakshmaiah, G.; Ruddock, P.L.
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