The Mechanism of Interacting Biologically Active Complexes Dehydroepiandrosterone- or Tetrahydrocortisol-Apolipoprotein A-I with DNA and their Role in Enhancement of Gene Expression and Protein Biosynthesis in Hepatocytes
Keywords: 3-keto group; BandScan program; Biologically Active Complexes; DNA; DNA structure; Endocrinology; Gene Expression; High density lipoproteins; Protein biosynthesis; RNA-polymerase; Radioactivity; UV-spectrum; X-ray Scattering; X-ray film; adrenal cortex; adrenal cortex fascicular zone; agarose gel. UV-photo; alcohol-ether; apolipoprotein AI; autoradiographs; bacteriophage; blood serum; buffer; chylomicrones; cortisol; dehydroepiandrosterone; densitometry data; electrophoresis; ether-ethanol mixture; eukaryotic; fascicular zones; gentamycin; glucocorticoids; gluconeogenesis enzymes; hepatocyte culture; hepatocytes; hormones; hybridization; hybridization of DNA; hydroxyl group; hypersensitive; leucine solution; luteinizing hormone; macromolecular; macrophages; optical density; reticular; ribosomal RNA; steroid hormones; stoichiometry; sulfate; tetrahydrocortisol; ultracentrifugation
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2011
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