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  • A novel mutation of the hGR gene causing Chrousos syndrome 

    Nicolaides, N. C.; Geer, E. B.; Vlachakis, D.; Roberts, M. L.; Psarra, A. M. G.; Moutsatsou, P.; Sertedaki, A.; Kossida, S.; Charmandari, E. (2015)
    Background Natural mutations in the human glucocorticoid receptor (hGR, NR3C1) gene cause Chrousos syndrome, a rare condition characterized by generalized, partial, target-tissue insensitivity to glucocorticoids. Objective ...
  • Ovulation induction and successful pregnancy outcome in two patients with Prop1 gene mutations 

    Voutetakis, A.; Sertedaki, A.; Livadas, S.; Maniati-Christidi, M.; Mademtzis, I.; Bossis, I.; Dacou-Voutetakis, C.; Messinis, I. E. (2004)
    Objective: To describe ovulation induction and pregnancy outcome in a unique model of genetically determined combined pituitary hormone deficiency (CPHD), with respect to the necessity for GH substitution therapy. Design: ...