Hormone-Dependent Phosphorylation of the Avian Progesterone Receptor
Considerable effort has been devoted to the isolation and characterization of the avian progesterone receptor. Methods have been developed for purification of the A and B receptor forms (1–5) and both immunological (2–4,6) and cDNA (7–9) probes for these proteins have recently become available to provide new opportunities for further characterization of the receptor proteins.
KeywordsProgesterone Receptor Homogenization Buffer Receptor Phosphorylation Progesterone Treatment Receptor Form
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