Matthew T. Gilbert, Ph.D.
|2002||Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, NY, United States|
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|Ho HH, Gilbert MT, Nussenzveig DR, et al. (1999) Glycosylation is important for binding to human calcitonin receptors. Biochemistry. 38: 1866-72|
|Sun J, Oddoux C, Gilbert MT, et al. (1994) Pituitary-specific transcription factor (Pit-1) binding site in the human renin gene 5'-flanking DNA stimulates promoter activity in placental cell primary cultures and pituitary lactosomatotropic cell lines. Circulation Research. 75: 624-9|
|Catanzaro DF, Sun J, Gilbert MT, et al. (1994) A Pit-1 binding site in the human renin gene promoter stimulates activity in pituitary, placental and juxtaglomerular cells Kidney International. 46: 1513-1515|
|Sun J, Oddoux C, Lazarus A, et al. (1993) Promoter activity of human renin 5'-flanking DNA sequences is activated by the pituitary-specific transcription factor Pit-1. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 268: 1505-8|