Signaling themes shared between peptide and steroid hormones at the plasma membrane.

C. S. Watson

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    Abstract

    Steroid hormone receptors are primarily thought of as transcriptional regulators that are activated by ligand binding. However, there is also evidence for "nongenomic" actions of steroid hormones. Cheryl Watson summarizes a recent meeting that brought together researchers exploring these rapid effects of steroid hormones that occur in the absence of new protein synthesis. Current evidence for the existence of membrane steroid receptors, which may or may not be related to the well-known nuclear receptors, is discussed.

    Original languageEnglish (US)
    JournalScience's STKE : signal transduction knowledge environment
    Volume1999
    Issue number12
    StatePublished - 1999

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    Steroid hormones
    Peptide Hormones
    Cell membranes
    Steroid Receptors
    Steroids
    Cell Membrane
    Hormones
    Cytoplasmic and Nuclear Receptors
    Research Personnel
    Ligands
    Membranes
    Proteins

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