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Pathways reviewed by Waters, MJ (982760)

DB_ID Name
982772 Growth hormone receptor signaling

Details on Person Waters, MJ

Class:IdPerson:982760
_displayNameWaters, MJ
_timestamp2017-08-22 20:45:25
created[InstanceEdit:982796] Jupe, S, 2010-10-28
firstnameMichael
initialMJ
modified[InstanceEdit:1364048] Jupe, S, 2011-06-23
surnameWaters
(author)[LiteratureReference:982766] In vivo analysis of growth hormone receptor signaling domains and their associated transcripts
[LiteratureReference:982797] Model for growth hormone receptor activation based on subunit rotation within a receptor dimer
[LiteratureReference:1168395] An agonist-induced conformational change in the growth hormone receptor determines the choice of signalling pathway
[LiteratureReference:1168415] The growth hormone receptor: mechanism of activation and clinical implications
[LiteratureReference:1168422] New insights into growth hormone receptor function and clinical implications
[LiteratureReference:1168425] Growth hormone (GH)-independent dimerization of GH receptor by a leucine zipper results in constitutive activation
[LiteratureReference:1168765] Growth hormone receptor and serum binding protein: purification, cloning and expression
[LiteratureReference:1362473] The serum growth hormone binding protein: pregnant with possibilities
[LiteratureReference:1362478] Regulation of growth hormone (GH) bioactivity by a recombinant human GH-binding protein
[LiteratureReference:1364049] GH-dependent STAT5 signaling plays an important role in hepatic lipid metabolism
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