PMID: 18407179Dec 1, 1993Paper

Cytoplasmic-nuclear trafficking of steroid hormone receptors

Trends in Endocrinology and Metabolism : TEM
A Guiochon-Mantel, E Milgrom


The nuclear localization of most steroid hormone receptors reflects a dynamic process: the receptor constantly diffuses out of the nucleus and is reimported by an active mechanism. The outward movement from the nucleus of the receptors and of other nuclear proteins is also mediated by the nuclear localization signals.


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