Overview of the FASEB 2004 Summer Research Conference on Steroid Hormone Receptors: Integration of Plasma Membrane and Nuclear-Initiated Signaling in Hormone Action
Nongenomic effects of mineralocorticoid receptor activation in the cardiovascular system
Specific modulation of nongenomic androgen signaling in the ovary
Requirements for estrogen receptor α membrane localization and function
Signaling from the membrane via membrane estrogen receptor-α: Estrogens, xenoestrogens, and phytoestrogens
Estrogen and growth factor receptor interactions in human breast and non-small cell lung cancer cells
Vascular cell signaling by membrane estrogen receptors
Integration of steroid hormone initiated membrane action to genomic function in the brain
Estrogen modulation of hypothalamic neurons: Activation of multiple signaling pathways and gene expression changes
The human glucocorticoid receptor: One gene, multiple proteins and diverse responses
Integration of progesterone receptor mediated rapid signaling and nuclear actions in breast cancer cell models: Role of mitogen-activated protein kinases and cell cycle regulators
Binding characteristics, hormonal regulation and identity of the sperm membrane progestin receptor in Atlantic croaker
Short-term effects of thyroid hormone in prenatal development and cell differentiation
Acetylation of nuclear hormone receptor superfamily members: Thyroid hormone causes acetylation of its own receptor by a mitogen-activated protein kinase-dependent mechanism
Isoform-dependent actions of thyroid hormone nuclear receptors: Lessons from knockin mutant mice
The 1,25D3-MARRS protein: Contribution to steroid stimulated calcium uptake in chicks and rats
Identification and characterization of 1,25D3-membrane-associated rapid response, steroid (1,25D3-MARRS)-binding protein in rat IEC-6 cells
Applications of the Vitamin D sterol–Vitamin D receptor (VDR) conformational ensemble model
1. Elevation of circulating cortisol by progestins and oral contraceptives: the role of a plasma membrane steroid importer
2. Estradiol and phytoestrogen signaling to the actin cytoskeleton of human breast cancer cells
3. 1,25-(OH)2 Vitamin D3 compensates for biomarkers of brain-aging in hippocampal neurons
4. Progesterone receptor Ser 294 phosphorylation by the MAPK pathway regulates PR localization, transcription and turnover
5. Extranuclear androgen receptors in the adult brain: initial evidence
6. Extranuclear androgen receptors in the adult rat brain: regional localization
7. Biphasic and temporal activation of Erk 1/2 MAPKs in response to progestins regulates breast cancer cell growth
8. Molecular basis of G protein coupling to membraneassociated estrogen receptors
9. AF-1 peptide inhibitors of the estrogen receptor α
10. Discovery of novel and efficacious pan PPAR agonists through scaffold-based drug discovery TM approach
11. A conformational ensemble model of the nuclear Vitamin D receptor (VDR) and estrogen receptor (ERα): understanding how non-genomic and genomic signaling can be activated by the same protein
12. Estrogen enhances IL-4 mediated MCP-1 expression in endothelial cells
13. 1α,25(OH)2Vitamin D3 mediated rapid responses are initiated by the classic Vitamin D receptor (VDR) that functions as a conformational ensemble present in plasma membrane caveolae
14. Progesterone membrane receptors--expression and regulation in the rat ovary
15. Activation of an inhibitory G-protein is necessary for oocyte maturation in sciaenid fishes
16. ROS production induced by 3,5-di-iodo-thyronine: a new nongenomic effect of thyroid hormones
17. A 43 kDa form of estrogen receptor alpha (ERα) associates with membrane structures in rat male hearts
18. Cross-talk between β-catenin and steroid hormone signaling
19. Coordinate co-modulation of ERβ mRNA and estrogen membrane receptors activity in human vascular smooth muscle cells
20. Nongenomic androgen-induced vasorelaxation is structurally-specific and involves vascular smooth muscle K+ channel activation via nitric oxide-cyclic-gmp pathway
21. 1,25-Dihydroxy Vitamin D3 stimulates vesicular transport within 10 s in polarized intestinal epithelial cells
22. Chemical probes of rapid estrogen and progesterone signaling
23. New pathways for steroid signaling: exploring the new family of membrane bound steroid receptors
24. Differential stabilization of estrogen receptor alpha (ERα) protein by benzoxathiins-a new class of selecive ER modulators (SERMs)
25. Mechanisms of 1α,25(OH)2 Vitamin D3-regulated exocytosis in osteoblasts
26. p-38 mitogen-activated protein kinase is involved in the constitutive androstane receptor-mediated CYP2B gene induction by xenobiotics
27. Computational investigation of dose response for MAPK-regulated steroid receptor-mediated gene expression
28. Long-term activation of the ERK phathway is required for 4-hydroxytamoxifen (OHT)-estrogen receptor (ER) induced apoptosis and for OHT-ER-mediated transactivation