[Properties of sex steroid-binding protein from Xenopus laevis blood serum and detection of an estradiol-binding component in frog liver cytosol which differs from sex steroid-binding protein]статья

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[1] [properties of sex steroid-binding protein from xenopus laevis blood serum and detection of an estradiol-binding component in frog liver cytosol which differs from sex steroid-binding protein] / O. V. Smirnova, A. N. Smirnov, S. V. Shoshina, V. B. Rozen // Biochemistry (Moscow). — 1978. — Vol. 43, no. 8. — P. 1444–1451. Binding and physico-chemical properties of sex steroid-binding protein (SBP) from blood serum and those of estrogen-binding components from liver cytosol of pubertal male and female species of clawed frog Xenopus laevis were studied. It was shown that SBP from both sex species of X. laevis specifically binds estradiol (E2) (Ka=5 . 10(6) M-1). Concentration of SBP binding sites for E2 is 7 . 10(-12) mole per mg of protein. Testosterone 5alpha-dihydrotestosterone and E2 effectively compete with [3H]-E2 for SBP binding sites. Hexestrol, progesterone and corticosterone are weak competitors; estrone and E2-17-hemisuccinate do not compete at all. The Strokes radius of SBP is 4.4 nm; sedimentation coefficient is 4.6S. Molecular weight of SBP is 88000; f/f0 is 1.5 SBP from male frog sera has been purified 8.6-fold with 13% yield. Gel-filtration of [3H]-E2 complexes with liver cytosol proteins shows that the livers of male and female frog X. laevis consol proteins shows that the livers of male and female frog X. laevis contain very low amounts of macromolecular component, which specifically binds E2; this component differs from serum SBP in size and in hormonal specificity. It is assumed that this component is a receptor for estrogens.

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