Paul Webb, Ph.D.

University of California, San Francisco
email: none

Grants

Understanding Tamoxifen - A Drug for Breast Cancer 1995 (Cycle I)
New Investigator 1KB-0188 $225,000


Estrogen receptor activation function 1 works by binding p160 coactivator proteins
  Periodical: Molecular Endocrinology
  Author(s): Webb P, Nguyen P, Shinsako JS, Anderson CM, Feng WJ, and Nguyen MP, et al
  Yr: 1998 Vol: 12 Nbr: 10 Pgs: 1605-1618
  Associated Grant: Understanding Tamoxifen - A Drug for Breast Cancer
 
Transcriptional activities of estrogen and glucocorticoid receptors are functionally integrated at the AP-1 response element
  Periodical: Endocrinology
  Author(s): Uht RM, Anderson CM, Webb P, Kushner PJ
  Yr: 1997 Vol: 138 Nbr: 7 Pgs: 2900-2908
  Associated Grant: Understanding Tamoxifen - A Drug for Breast Cancer
 
Differential transactivation properties for the two estrogen receptors (ERalpha and ERbeta)
  Periodical: Science
  Author(s): Paesch K, Webb P, Kuiper GJM, Nilsson S. Gustafsson JA, and Scanlan TS et al
  Yr: 1997 Vol: 277 Nbr: 5331 Pgs: 1508-1510
  Associated Grant: Understanding Tamoxifen - A Drug for Breast Cancer