Monday, February 13, 2012

Turning off estrogen receptor beta-mediated transcription requires estrogen-dependent receptor proteolysis.


Mol Cell Biol. 2006 Nov;26(21):7966-76. Epub 2006 Aug 28.

Turning off estrogen receptor beta-mediated transcription requires estrogen-dependent receptor proteolysis.

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Graduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Ibaraki 305-8572, Japan.



Fig.1B: alpha-ERb
Fig.5A:  GAPDH (below ERb(DRD;Δ140))



Two lanes of Control IgG in Fig.1B  in EMBO J (2004 Dec 8;23(24):4813-23.) are similar to those in Fig.1B in Mol Cell Biol ( 2006 Nov;26(21):7966-76. ).





GAPDH lanes of bottom-most panel in Fig.1C in EMBO J (2004 Dec 8;23(24):4813-23.)

are identical to GAPDH lanes in Fig.6A ERα(ΔAD) in Mol Cell Biol (2006 Nov;26(21):7966-76.)  





GAPDH lanes of bottom-most panel in  Fig. 4A in EMBO J (2004 Dec 8;23(24):4813-23.) are similar to GAPDH lanes of 2nd panel from the top in  Fig. 1E in Mol Cell Biol.  (2006 Nov;26(21):7966-76.).





Fig.2B: 1st and 2nd lanes from left
Fig.7A: 1st and 2nd lanes from left





Fig.2A
upper-most panel: ERbeta lanes and GAPDH lanes
bottom-most panel GAPDH lanes  and ERbeta (K4A) lanes





Fig.6B
Lanes 2 and 3 from the left in GAPDH panel for ERbeta 
are similar to
lanes 1 and 2 from the left in GAPDH panel for ERbeta (delta519-530).








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