Steroid Receptor Methods: Protocols and Assays by Mark Danielsen (auth.), Benjamin A. Lieberman (eds.)

By Mark Danielsen (auth.), Benjamin A. Lieberman (eds.)

Research into steroid receptor biology holds nice promise for the therapy of melanoma and endocrine problems and for elucidating the basic organic mechanisms of gene expression. In Steroid Receptor tools: Protocols and Assays, a individual group of imperative investigators and their affiliates describe in step by step element a cross-section of the most recent learn recommendations to be had for learning the endocrine method. As a foundation for stylish biochemical research of receptor homes, the participants offer tools for the creation and purification of quite a few receptors, together with progesterone, glucocorticoid, and androgen. different protocols enable the reader to scan with DNA-binding features and hormone-binding assays and with using combinatorial chemistry for drug discovery. a sequence of novel equipment using the newest advances in immunochemistry, yeast two-hybrid screening, and fluorescence are integrated for the detection and research of numerous mobile proteins that impression steroid receptor effectiveness. eventually, a dialogue by means of instance offers the most up-tp-date bioinformatics instruments and analytical techniques.
well timed and hugely obtainable, Steroid Receptor equipment: Protocols and Assays presents biochemists and molecular biologists learning endocrine platforms with an entire variety of the strong instruments wanted for elucidating protein interactions with receptors and DNA, in addition to for drug discovery.

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