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J Recept Res. 1981;2(1):17-27.

The regulation of progesterone receptor by 17 beta estradiol and tamoxifen in the Zr-75-1 human breast cancer cell line in defined medium.

Abstract

The regulation of progesterone receptor by 17 beta estradiol and tamoxifen in the ZR-75-1 human breast cancer cell line in defined medium is described. ZR-75-1 cells maintained in serum free hormone supplemented medium minus estradiol lack progesterone receptor activity. Readdition of estradiol to these cells leads to a marked stimulation of progesterone receptor activity (0 to greater than 100 fmols of specifically bound progesterone per million cells). Tamoxifen (10(-6)M-10(-8)M) does not stimulate progesterone receptor activity in this cell line. The presence of progesterone receptor activity is not directly related to growth. Withdrawal of insulin in the continued presence of estradiol has no effect on progesterone receptor concentration although net cell growth ceases. Conversely, withdrawal of estradiol in the continued presence of insulin induces a cessation of net cell growth accompanied by a loss of all progesterone receptor activity within 3-5 days.

PMID:
6270327
DOI:
10.3109/10799898109038795
[Indexed for MEDLINE]

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