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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : IB / indenestrol B

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Long Form:   indenestrol B
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2000 Effects of the ethyl and benzyl ethers of indenestrols A and B on cytotoxicity in Chinese hamster V79 cells. IA
1997 Estrogen receptor residues required for stereospecific ligand recognition and activation. mER
1997 Promoter and species specific differential estrogen-mediated gene transcription in the uterus and cultured cells using structurally altered agonists. CAT, DES, ER, ERE, G6PD, IA, ODC, vit A2, ZPD
1996 Lack of mutagenicity of diethylstilbestrol metabolite and analog, (+/-)-indenestrols A and B, in bacterial assays. IA
1994 Effect of indanyl analogues of diethylstilboestrol on morphological transformation of Syrian hamster embryo fibroblasts and micronuclei in vitro. DES, IA, SHE
1994 Induction of micronuclei by stilbene-type and steroidal estrogens in Syrian hamster embryo and ovine seminal vesicle cells in vitro. DES, IA, MN, NQO
1992 Effects of (+)-, (-)- and (+/-)-indenestrols A and B on microtubule polymerization. DES, IA
1991 Diethylstilbestrol metabolites and analogs: differential ligand effects on estrogen receptor interactions with nuclear matrix sites. DES, IA, PD, rac
1991 Estrogen receptor stereochemistry: ligand binding and hormonal responsiveness. DES, ENTs, ERs, IA, ODC
10  1989 Diethylstilbestrol metabolites and analogs. Stereochemical probes for the estrogen receptor binding site. DES, ER, IA
11  1989 Indanyl analogs of diethylstilbestrol: differential interaction with prostaglandin H synthase. BHA, DES, ETYA, IA, PHS, RSVM
12  1987 Estrogen receptor stereochemistry: receptor binding and hormonal responses. ENT, ER, G6PD, IA, ODC, PD, PR
13  1985 Diethylstilbestrol metabolites and analogs. Biochemical probes for differential stimulation of uterine estrogen responses. DES, IA, IN, PD