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Immunolocalization of Estrogen Receptor Alpha in Adult Female Rat Hippocampus
(Sociedad Chilena de Anatomía, 2010)
Estrogen receptors and signaling pathways in lactotropes and somatotropes
Estrogens are crucial determinants in the regulation of anterior pituitary function and maintenance of tissue homeostasis. Estrogen actions in this gland are exerted through both classical and non-classical mechanisms of ...
Estrogen receptors alpha and beta in male and female gerbil prostates
The Mongolian gerbil (Meriones unguiculatus, Gerbilinae: Muridae) is useful for prostate studies, because both males and females spontaneously develop prostatic disorders with age. Estrogens regulate prostate homeostasis ...
The importance of hormone receptor analysis in osteosarcoma cells growth submitted to treatment with estrogen in association with thyroid hormone
Bone tumor incidence in women peaks at age 50-60, coinciding with the menopause. That estrogen (E2) and triiodothyronine (T3) interact in bone metabolism has been well established. However, few data on the action of these ...
Immunoexpression of aromatase and estrogen receptors β in stem spermatogonia of bullfrogs indicates a role of estrogen in the seasonal spermatogonial mitotic activity
Bullfrog stem spermatogonia, also named primordial germ cells (PGCs), show strong testosterone immunolabeling in winter, but no or weak testosterone immunoexpression in summer. Thus, the role of testosterone in these cells ...
Estrogen receptor expression in salivary gland mucoepidermoid carcinoma and adenoid cystic carcinoma
(Aranyi Lajos FoundationBudapestHungria, 2004)