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Transcortin: a corticosteroid-binding protein of plasma. XII. Immunologic studies on transcortin in guinea-pig tissues
Anatomical resolution of two types of corticosterone receptor sites in rat brain with in vitro autoradiography and computerized image analysis
Differential activation of adrenal steroid receptors in neural and immune tissues of Sprague Dawley, Fischer 344, and Lewis rats
Differences between cytosol receptor complexes with corticosterone and dexamethasone in hippocampal tissue from rat brain
Effects of adrenalectomy and corticosteroids on three enzymes involved in amino acid metabolism in the brain of adult and newborn rats
Effects of calcium and magnesium ions on the interaction of corticosterone with rat brain cytosol receptor(s)
The permissive effect of cortical steroids on the induction of brain ornithine decarboxylase by nerve growth factor
Interactions in vivo and in vitro of corticoids and progesterone with cell nuclei and soluble macromolecules from rat brain regions and pituitary
Evidence for glucocorticoid target cells in the rat optic nerve. Hormone binding and glycerolphosphate dehydrogenase induction
Corticosterone binding to hippocampus: immediate and delayed influences of the absence of adrenal secretion
Effect of steroid competition and time on the uptake of (3H)corticosterone in the rat brain; an autoradiographic study
Corticosteroid binding in rat brain and pituitary cytosols: resolution of multiple binding components by polyacrylamide gel based isoelectric focusing
Comparison of binding proteins of glucocorticoids in mammary tissue and in blood sera from lactating cows
The effects of delta 9-tetrahydrocannabinol, cannabidiol, and shock on plasma corticosterone concentrations in rats
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