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 Estrogens and Women's Health - Benefit or Threat?
(1999, NS 113)
J-Å Gustafsson
June 29-July 1, Karlskoga
Proceedings: J.Å. Gustafsson and J. Carlstedt-Duke, published in The Journal of Steroid Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, vol 74, no 5 (2000), Elsevier Science Ltd., Amsterdam.

ISSN 0960-0760

 

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Table of Contents  
Preface: Estrogens and Women's health - benefit or threat?
Jan-Åke Gustafsson
243
Estrogen receptor ß in the breast: role in estrogen responsiveness and development of breast cancer
Jan-Åke Gustafsson and Margaret Warner
245
Trafficking of nuclear receptors in living cells
Gordon L. Hager, Carol S. Lim, Cem Elbi and Christopher T. Baumann
249
Thoughts on tamoxifen resistant breast cancer. Are coregulators the answer or just a red herring?
J. Dinny Graham, David L. Bain, Jennifer K. Richer, Twila A. Jackson, Lin Tung and Kathryn B. Horwitz
255
A structural biologist's view of the oestrogen receptor Ashley C.W Pike, Andrzej M. Brzozowski and Roderick E. Hubbard 261
Progress in the prevention of breast cancer: concept to reality
V. Craig Jordan
269
Molecular mechanisms of estrogen action: selective ligands and receptor pharmacology
Benita S. Katzenellenbogen, Inho Choi, Regis Delage-Mourroux, Tracy R. Ediger, Paolo G.V. Martini, Monica Montano, Jun Sun, Karen Weis and John A. Katzenellenbogen
279
Receptor null mice reveal contrasting roles for estrogen receptor a and ß in reproductive tissues
John F. Couse, Sylvia Curtis Hewitt and Kenneth S. Korach
287
Estrogens and women's health: interrelation of coronary heart disease, breast cancer and osteoporosis
Lewis H. Kuller, Karen A. Matthews and Elaine N. Meilahn
297
Estrogen receptor pathways to AP-1
Peter J. Kushner, David A. Agard, Geoffrey L. Greene, Thomas S. Scanlan, Andrew K. Shiau, Rosalie M. Uht and Paul Webb
311
Identification of estrogen target genes in human neural cells
Adriana Maggi, E. Vegeto, A. Brusadelli, S. Belcredito, G. Pollio and P. Ciana
319
Development of peptide antagonists that target estrogen receptor-cofactor interactions
Donald P. McDonnell, Ching-Yi Chang and john D. Norris
327
Mechanisms of estrogen action in the cardiovascular system
Michael E. Mendelsohn
337
Tumour biology of a breast cancer at least partly reflects the biology of the tissue/epithelial cell of origin at the time of initiation - a hypothesis
H. Olsson
345
From ligand to response: generating diversity in nuclear receptor coregulator function
Neil J. McKenna and Bert W. O'Malley
351
Estrogens in the causation of breast, endometrial and ovarian cancers - evidence and hypotheses from epidemiological findings
Ingemar Persson
357
Estrogens, brain and behavior: studies in fundamental eurobiology and observations related to women's health
Donald W. Pfaff, Nandini Vasudevan, H. Kami Kia, Yuan-Shan Zhu, Johnny Chan, Joan Garey, Maria Morgan and Sonoko Ogawa
365
How do women develop fragile bones?
Jonathan Reeve
375
Estrogens and human growth
E. Martin Ritzén, Ola Nilsson, Giedre Grigelioniene, Mikael Holst, Lars Sävendahl and Joanna Wroblewski
383
Cardiovascular effects of oestrogens
John C. Stevenson
387

 

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