By Lynn Wecker PhD, Lynn Crespo PhD, George Dunaway PhD, Carl Faingold, Stephanie Watts PhD
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Lynn M. Crespo Thanks for the assistance given to me by my colleagues in the Department of Pharmacology of Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, particularly Ronald Browning, PhD, and Shelley Tischkau, PhD. I would also like to acknowledge my family, especially Carol Faingold, for putting up with me during the editing process. Carl Faingold I would like to acknowledge my family: Ned, Tony, and Alex for their never ending support. Stephanie Watts I appreciate the support and patience of my wife, Susan Dunaway, and family.
The proprietary, brand, or trade name, which is the patented exclusive property of the drug manufacturer. Trade names are often designed to be shorter and easier to remember than generic names, but they are often not helpful in identifying the pharmacological action or class of drug. In some instances, there may be as many as a dozen or more trade names for a single drug, marketed by different companies. Trade names in this book are used for recognition purposes only. When proprietary patents expire, generic preparations of drugs become available, as discussed in Chapter 4.
Nuclear hormone receptors are located in the cytosol, and unlike the other receptor superfamilies that are activated on the cell surface, these receptors bind their ligand in the cytoplasm and translocate to the nucleus. Intracellular receptors respond to highly hydrophobic compounds that easily cross cell membranes, including various classes of steroids, but there are also nuclear receptors for other compounds, such as retinoic acid. These receptors are usually ligand-activated transcription factors that, when bound by ligand, dimerize, enter the nucleus, and bind directly to specific DNA recognition sequences and increase or decrease transcription of particular genes (Fig.