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Volume 67, Number 6, May 2002

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Membrane mediated signaling mechanisms are used differentially by metabolites of vitamin D3 in musculoskeletal cells
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The dynamic and elusive membrane estrogen receptor-α
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Activation of Maxi Cl- channels by antiestrogens and phenothiazines in NIH3T3 fibroblasts
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Estrogen modulation of K+ channel activity in hypothalamic neurons involved in the control of the reproductive axis
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Authors: Kelly, M.J.; Ronnekleiv, O.K.; Ibrahim, N.; Lagrange, A.H.; Wagner, E.J.

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Molecular tools for study of genomic and rapid signal transduction responses initiated by 1α,25(OH)2-vitamin D3
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Authors: Norman, A.W.; Bishop, J.E.; Bula, C.M.; Olivera, C.J.; Mizwicki, M.T.; Zanello, L.P.; Ishida, H.; Okamura, W.H.

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Non-genomic stimulation of tyrosine phosphorylation cascades by 1,25(OH)2D3 by VDR-dependent and -independent mechanisms in muscle cells
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Authors: Boland, R.; de Boland, A.R.; Buitrago, C.; Morelli, S.; Santillan, G.; Vazquez, G.; Capiati, D.; Baldi, C.

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Non-genomic convergent and divergent signalling of rapid responses to aldosterone and estradiol in mammalian colon
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Authors: Harvey, B.J.; Doolan, C.M.; Condliffe, S.B.; Renard, C.; Alzamora, R.; Urbach, V.

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Nongenomic effects of aldosterone: cellular aspects and clinical implications
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Rapid actions of aldosterone on cells from renal epithelium: the possible role of EGF-receptor signaling
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Authors: Gekle, M.; Freudinger, R.; Mildenberger, S.; Silbernagl, S.

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Characterization of membrane nongenomic receptors for progesterone in human spermatozoa
pp. 505-509(5)
Authors: Luconi, M.; Bonaccorsi, L.; Bini, L.; Liberatori, S.; Pallini, V.; Forti, G.; Baldi, E.

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Rapid glucocorticoid effects on immune cells
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Testosterone signaling in T cells and macrophages
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Signal transduction mechanisms mediating rapid, nongenomic effects of cortisol on prolactin release
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