Molecular Modelling Prediction of Estrogen Mimicry and its Biological Consequences in Estrogen Receptor Positive Breast Cancer Cells (2021)
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Comparative study of the Chatham Islands Odonata, II: Morphometric and molecular comparison between Xanthocnemis tuanuii Rowe, 1981 and X. zealandica (McLachlan, 1873) with notes on the taxonomic position of Xanthocnemis sinclairi Rowe, 1987 (Zygoptera: Coenagrionidae) Amaya-Perilla, C.; Marinov, M.; Holwell, G.; Varsani, A.; Stainton, D.; Kraberger, S.; Dayaram, A.; Curtis, N.; Cruickshank, R.; Paterson, A. (University of Canterbury. Biological SciencesUniversity of Canterbury. Biomolecular Interaction Centre, 2014)We compared Chatham Island endemic species Xanthocnemis tuanuii to its congenerics from the New Zealand South Island: X. zealandica (newly collected specimens) and X. sinclairi (type specimens plus newly collected ...
The intimate interactions of food isoflavones with estrogen receptors, corresponding receptor-driven activities, and their potential health consequences Ye, Hui (University of Canterbury, 2018)Estrogen receptors (ERs), are members of the super family of ligand-regulated nuclear transcription factors, mediate the action of estrogens, including its primary endogenous ligand 17b-estradiol (E2). ERs have two ...
Ainsworth, Rachel (University of Canterbury, 2021)Background: Survival rates for colorectal cancer are highest when cancer is diagnosed at an early stage but very few cancers are diagnosed before they progress to later stages. A model which could predict who will develop ...