A tale of two estrogen receptors ERs how differential ER estrogen responsive element interactions contribute to subtype specifictranscriptional responses

Huang, Jıng
Lı, Xıadong
Qıao, Tao
Bambara, Robert
Hılf, Russell
Muyan, Mesut


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Protecting breeding caves are of primary importance for the conservation of endangered Mediterranean monk seals (MMS). Despite this fact a large scale marine terminal serving to a cement factory was constructed just 500 meters away from a well-known MMS breeding cave in Yesilovacık bay located in the south coast of Turkey (NE Mediterranean). In this study, effect of the marine terminal on seals was evaluated by camera-trap monitoring which enable to evaluate the cave use frequency and activity pattern throu...
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The discussions about poverty, which started in 1980 and peaked in the 2000s, shifted from production relations to consumption relations. This orientation has reduced poverty debates to consumption relations and purchasing power by defining the poor at their consumption and purchasing power levels. Thus, based on monadic explanations, concepts such as individual-based social exclusion, citizenship rights, absolute poverty, and capability approach have replaced the class-based approach. Some debates have gon...
Citation Formats
J. Huang, X. Lı, T. Qıao, R. Bambara, R. Hılf, and M. Muyan, “A tale of two estrogen receptors ERs how differential ER estrogen responsive element interactions contribute to subtype specifictranscriptional responses,” NUCLEAR RECEPTOR SIGNALING, pp. 0–0, 2006, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/74185.