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Volume 56, Number 1, January 1996

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Intracellular Traffic of Steroid Hormone Receptors
pp. 3-9(7)
Authors: Guiochon-Mantel, A.; delabre, K.; Lescop, P.; Milgrom, E.

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Differing Shapes of 1α,25-Dihydroxyvitamin D3 Function as Ligands for the D-Binding Protein, Nuclear Receptor and Membrane Receptor: A Status Report
pp. 13-22(10)
Authors: Norman, A.W.; Bishop, J.E.; Collins, E.D.; Seo, E.; Satchell, D.P.; Dormanen, M.C.; Zanello, S.B.; Farach-Carson, M.C.; Bouillon, R.; Okamura, W.H.

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The Involvement of p23, hsp90, and Immunophilins in the Assembly of Progesterone Receptor Complexes
pp. 31-37(7)
Authors: Johnson, J.; Corbisier, R.; Stensgard, B.; Toft, D.

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Enhancement of Nuclear Receptor Transcriptional Signalling
pp. 39-45(7)
Authors: Renkawitz, R.; Kaltschmidt, C.; Leers, J.; Martin, B.; Muller, M.; Eggert, M.

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Interaction of Steroid Hormone Receptors with Transcription Factors Involves Chromatin Remodelling
pp. 47-59(13)
Authors: Beato, M.; Candau, R.; Chavez, S.; Mows, C.; Truss, M.

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Discovery of Novel Intracellular Receptor Modulating Drugs
pp. 61-66(6)
Authors: Jones, T.K.; Pathirana, C.; Goldman, M.E.; Hamann, L.G.; Farmer, L.J.; Ianiro, T.; Johnson, M.G.; Bender, S.L.; Mais, D.E.; Stein, R.B.

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Reproductive Phenotypes of the Progesterone Receptor Null Mutant Mouse
pp. 67-77(11)
Authors: Lydon, J.P.; deMayo, F.J.; Conneely, O.M.; O'Malley, B.W.

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Chicken Ovalbumin Upstream Promoter-Transcription Factors and their Regulation
pp. 81-85(5)
Authors: Qiu, Y.; Krishnan, V.; Pereira, F.A.; Tsai, S.Y.; Tsai M.-J.

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The Role of the Estrogen Receptor in Tumor Progression
pp. 87-91(5)
Authors: Lemieux, P.; Fuqua, S.

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Progesterone Receptor A and B Protein Expression in Human Breast Cancer
pp. 93-98(6)
Authors: Graham, J.D.; Yeates, C.; Balleine, R.L.; Harvey, S.S.; Milliken, J.S.; Bilous, A.M.; Clarke, C.L.

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Role of Growth Factors, Steroid and Peptide Hormones in the Regulation of Human Prostatic Tumor Growth
pp. 107-111(5)
Authors: Motta, M.; Dondi, D.; Moretti, R.M.; Marelli, M.M.; Pimpinelli, F.; Maggi, R.; Limonta, P.

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A Role for Cofactors in Synergistic and Cell-specific Activation by Retinoic Acid Receptors and Retinoid X Receptor
pp. 119-129(11)
Authors: Folkers, G.E.; van der Burg, B.; van der Saag, P.T.

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P450-Dependent Enzymes as Targets for Prostate Cancer Therapy
pp. 133-143(11)
Authors: de Coster, R.; Wouters, W.; Bruynseels, J.

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The Control and Biological Importance of Intratumoural Aromatase in Breast Cancer
pp. 145-150(6)
Authors: Dowsett, M.; Lee, K.; Macaulay, V.M.; detre, S.; Rowlands, M.; Grimshaw, R.

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Neurosteroids: Molecular Mechanisms of Action and Psychopharmacological Significance
pp. 163-168(6)
Authors: Rupprecht, R.; Hauser, C.A.E.; Trapp, T.; Holsboer, F.

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Mineralocorticoid Receptors in the Central Nervous System
pp. 179-183(5)
Author: Funder, J.W.

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Regulation of Sex-specific Formation of Oestrogen in Brain Development: Endogenous Inhibitors of Aromatase
pp. 201-207(7)
Authors: Hutchison, J.B.; Wozniak, A.; Beyer, C.; Hutchison, R.E.

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Diverse Modes of Action of Progesterone and its Metabolites
pp. 209-219(11)
Authors: Mahesh, V.B.; Brann, D.W.; Hendry, L.B.

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