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Liyuan Tian, Zhiqiang Wu, Yali Zhao, Yuanguang Meng, Yiling Si, Xiaobing Fu, Yiming Mu, and Weidong Han

Endocrinology and Metabolism 12 320 – 327 . Geisinger KR Kute TE Pettenati MJ Welander CE Dennard Y Collins LA Berens ME 1989 Characterization of a human ovarian carcinoma cell line with estrogen and progesterone receptors . Cancer 63

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Ichiro Sakata, Toru Tanaka, Mami Yamazaki, Takashi Tanizaki, Zhao Zheng, and Takafumi Sakai

. Ueyama et al. (2004) studied the main steroidogenic pathway in rat stomach and showed that the rat stomach is incapable of producing pregnenolone and progesterone, suggesting that stomach estrogen is synthesized from circulating progesterone or

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V L Clifton, R Crompton, M A Read, P G Gibson, R Smith, and I M R Wright

approximately coincide with the follicular, mid-cycle and luteal phases respectively. A plasma sample was obtained on each of these days for the measurement of estrogen and progesterone. Subject weight, height and age were assessed. Subjects refrained from

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Toni Welsh, Matrika Johnson, Lijuan Yi, Huiqing Tan, Roksana Rahman, Amy Merlino, Tamas Zakar, and Sam Mesiano

S Chan EC Fitter JT Kwek K Yeo G Smith R 2002 Progesterone withdrawal and estrogen activation in human parturition are coordinated by progesterone receptor A expression in the myometrium . Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and

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C Marc Luetjens, Aditya Didolkar, Sabine Kliesch, Werner Paulus, Astrid Jeibmann, Werner Böcker, Eberhard Nieschlag, and Manuela Simoni

progesterone concentrations of the body and that the scant PR expression observed could be just a marker of estrogenic activity. As a non-genomic effect, progesterone stimulates sperm hyperactivation and acrosome reaction ( Calogero et al. 2000 ), an effect

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Donald Pfaff

. References Acosta-Martinez M & Etgen AM 2002 Activation of muopioid receptors inhibits lordosis behavior in estrogen and progesterone-primed female rats. Hormones and Behaviour 41 88 –100. Ballabio A

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Ann E Drummond and Peter J Fuller

-beta signaling . PNAS 103 13162 – 13167 . Li AJ Baldwin RL Karlan BY 2003 Estrogen and progesterone receptor subtype expression in normal and malignant ovarian epithelial cell cultures . American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 189 22

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M Merle Elloso, Kristen Phiel, Ruth A Henderson, Heather A Harris, and Steven J Adelman

associated with an increase in many hormones in addition to estrogen, such as cortisol and progesterone. These hormones appear to have immunosuppressive properties during pregnancy ( Stites et al. 1983 ) and alter cytokine production by T cells isolated

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J E Sánchez-Criado, J Martín de las Mulas, C Bellido, V M Navarro, R Aguilar, J C Garrido-Gracia, M M Malagón, M Tena-Sempere, and A Blanco

estrogen-dependent progesterone receptor expression in the gonadotrope of the rat. Neuroendocrinology 77 424 –434. Blanco A , Agüera E, Flores R, Artacho-Pérula E & Monterde JG 2001 Morphological and quantitative study

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Seiji Tsutsumi, Xi Zhang, Keiko Takata, Kazuhiro Takahashi, Richard H Karas, Hirohisa Kurachi, and Michael E Mendelsohn

Introduction Physiological effects of estrogen on vascular smooth muscle cells (VSMC) are mediated by two intracellular estrogen receptors (ESR1 and 2), which regulate transcription of target genes following ligand activation through binding to