Latest Androgen receptor Stories
As a man, watching commercials during sporting events can really make you question your masculinity. If the bombardment of erectile dysfunction messages aren't enough, we now have to ask the question, "Am I suffering from Low-T?" Now, a new study suggests that women could also have their Low-T insecurities poked after every Monday Night Football touchdown.
ROCKVILLE, Md., Aug. 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- OncoPlex Diagnostics has developed a quantitative androgen receptor (AR) assay to add to their Breast Cancer Proteomic Panel.
Baylor College of Medicine scientists defined a previously unrecognized genetic cause for two types of birth defects found in newborn boys.
A major Department of Defense grant to researchers Jennifer Richer, PhD, and Anthony Elias, MD, at the University of Colorado Cancer Center aids development of drugs that target androgen receptors
Hormonal therapies can help control advanced prostate cancer for a time.
While prostate cancer is the most common cancer in elderly Western men it also, but more rarely, strikes patients aged between 35 and 50.
Scientists at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute have discovered a molecular switch that enables advanced prostate cancers to spread without stimulation by male hormones, which normally are needed to spur the cancer's growth.
A small, naturally occurring nucleic acid sequence, called a microRNA, known to regulate a number of different cancers, appears to alter the activity of the androgen receptor, which plays a critical role in prostate cancer.
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