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Profile Publications(19)

Publications By Stephen R. Hammes

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Paxillin and embryonic PolyAdenylation Binding Protein (ePABP) engage to regulate androgen-dependent Xenopus laevis oocyte maturation - A model of kinase-dependent regulation of protein expression., Miedlich SU, Taya M, Young MR, Hammes SR., Mol Cell Endocrinol. January 1, 2017; 448 87-97.

Understanding extranuclear (nongenomic) androgen signaling: what a frog oocyte can tell us about human biology., Sen A, Prizant H, Hammes SR., Steroids. August 1, 2011; 76 (9): 822-8.

Paxillin regulates androgen- and epidermal growth factor-induced MAPK signaling and cell proliferation in prostate cancer cells., Sen A, O'Malley K, Wang Z, Raj GV, Defranco DB, Hammes SR., J Biol Chem. September 10, 2010; 285 (37): 28787-95.

Nongenomic steroid-triggered oocyte maturation: of mice and frogs., Deng J, Carbajal L, Evaul K, Rasar M, Jamnongjit M, Hammes SR., Steroids. July 1, 2009; 74 (7): 595-601.

The Xenopus laevis isoform of G protein-coupled receptor 3 (GPR3) is a constitutively active cell surface receptor that participates in maintaining meiotic arrest in X. laevis oocytes., Deng J, Lang S, Wylie C, Hammes SR., Mol Endocrinol. August 1, 2008; 22 (8): 1853-65.

G beta gamma signaling reduces intracellular cAMP to promote meiotic progression in mouse oocytes., Gill A, Hammes SR., Steroids. February 1, 2007; 72 (2): 117-23.

Testosterone and progesterone rapidly attenuate plasma membrane Gbetagamma-mediated signaling in Xenopus laevis oocytes by signaling through classical steroid receptors., Evaul K, Jamnongjit M, Bhagavath B, Hammes SR., Mol Endocrinol. January 1, 2007; 21 (1): 186-96.

Paxillin regulates steroid-triggered meiotic resumption in oocytes by enhancing an all-or-none positive feedback kinase loop., Rasar M, DeFranco DB, Hammes SR., J Biol Chem. December 22, 2006; 281 (51): 39455-64.              

The physiology of the Xenopus laevis ovary., Rasar MA, Hammes SR., Methods Mol Biol. January 1, 2006; 322 17-30.

The modulator of nongenomic actions of the estrogen receptor (MNAR) regulates transcription-independent androgen receptor-mediated signaling: evidence that MNAR participates in G protein-regulated meiosis in Xenopus laevis oocytes., Haas D, White SN, Lutz LB, Rasar M, Hammes SR., Mol Endocrinol. August 1, 2005; 19 (8): 2035-46.

Specific modulation of nongenomic androgen signaling in the ovary., White SN, Jamnongjit M, Gill A, Lutz LB, Hammes SR., Steroids. May 1, 2005; 70 (5-7): 352-60.

Xenopus laevis CYP17 regulates androgen biosynthesis independent of the cofactor cytochrome b5., Yang WH, Hammes SR., J Biol Chem. March 18, 2005; 280 (11): 10196-201.

Steroids and oocyte maturation--a new look at an old story., Hammes SR., Mol Endocrinol. April 1, 2004; 18 (4): 769-75.

Expression of the germ cell-specific transcription factor ALF in Xenopus oocytes compensates for translational inactivation of the somatic factor TFIIA., Han S, Xie W, Hammes SR, DeJong J., J Biol Chem. November 14, 2003; 278 (46): 45586-93.

Selective modulation of genomic and nongenomic androgen responses by androgen receptor ligands., Lutz LB, Jamnongjit M, Yang WH, Jahani D, Gill A, Hammes SR., Mol Endocrinol. June 1, 2003; 17 (6): 1106-16.

Xenopus laevis ovarian CYP17 is a highly potent enzyme expressed exclusively in oocytes. Evidence that oocytes play a critical role in Xenopus ovarian androgen production., Yang WH, Lutz LB, Hammes SR., J Biol Chem. March 14, 2003; 278 (11): 9552-9.  

The further redefining of steroid-mediated signaling., Hammes SR., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. March 4, 2003; 100 (5): 2168-70.

Evidence that androgens are the primary steroids produced by Xenopus laevis ovaries and may signal through the classical androgen receptor to promote oocyte maturation., Lutz LB, Cole LM, Gupta MK, Kwist KW, Auchus RJ, Hammes SR., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. November 20, 2001; 98 (24): 13728-33.

G protein beta gamma subunits inhibit nongenomic progesterone-induced signaling and maturation in Xenopus laevis oocytes. Evidence for a release of inhibition mechanism for cell cycle progression., Lutz LB, Kim B, Jahani D, Hammes SR., J Biol Chem. December 29, 2000; 275 (52): 41512-20.

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