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Question Steroids: cytoplasmic vs nuclear receptors

Ok, so I need reassurance since I can't seem to find if this is right..please correct me if I'm wrong ...Thanks for the help

Cytoplasmic Receptors- which then get transported into nucleus
Glucocorticoids
Mineralocorticoids
Estrogen
Progesterone
Testosterone

Nuclear Rcpt.- which bind directly to nucleus?
T3, T4
Vitamin D
Vitamin A- Retinoid
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Thank You Sabio, for responding. The PDF didn't open,.. but I found in UW the nuclear rcpt include: T3, T4, PPAR-Y, Retinoid, fatty acids. And I will include Vit D, which I've read before it's has nuclear Rcpt.
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Thank You Sabio, for responding. The PDF didn't open,.. but I found in UW the nuclear rcpt include: T3, T4, PPAR-Y, Retinoid, fatty acids. And I will include Vit D, which I've read before it's has nuclear Rcpt.
Try to save the PDF to your desktop and then open it. It's standard PDF file, it should open with Adobe reader.

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Try to save the PDF to your desktop and then open it. It's standard PDF file, it should open with Adobe reader.

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Thanks! my problem is I don't have anymore space in my harddrive, so I had to use an external to download
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