Pirkko Härkönen
Pirkko Härkönen
Professor, University of Turku, Finland
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Inhibition of cancer cell growth by crude extract and the phenolics of Terminalia chebula retz. fruit
A Saleem, M Husheem, P Härkönen, K Pihlaja
Journal of Ethnopharmacology 81 (3), 327-336, 2002
Estrogen enhances differentiation of osteoblasts in mouse bone marrow culture
Q Qu, M Perälä-Heape, A Kapanen, J Dahllund, J Salo, HK Väänänen, ...
Bone 22 (3), 201-209, 1998
VEGF‐C induced lymphangiogenesis is associated with lymph node metastasis in orthotopic MCF‐7 tumors
MMT Mattila, JK Ruohola, T Karpanen, DG Jackson, K Alitalo, ...
International journal of cancer 98 (6), 946-951, 2002
Estrogen and bone metabolism
HK Väänänen, PL Härkönen
Maturitas 23, S65-S69, 1996
Vascular endothelial growth factors are differentially regulated by steroid hormones and antiestrogens in breast cancer cells
JK Ruohola, EM Valve, MJ Karkkainen, V Joukov, K Alitalo, PL Härkönen
Molecular and cellular endocrinology 149 (1-2), 29-40, 1999
Characteristics of clodronate-induced apoptosis in osteoclasts and macrophages.
KS Selander, J Mönkkönen, EK Karhukorpi, P Härkönen, R Hannuniemi, ...
Molecular pharmacology 50 (5), 1127-1138, 1996
Carbonic anhydrase III protects cells from hydrogen peroxide‐induced apoptosis
SR Räisänen, P Lehenkari, M Tasanen, P Rahkila, PL Härkönen, ...
The FASEB Journal 13 (3), 513-522, 1999
Prolactin and prolactin receptors are expressed and functioning in human prostate.
PLH MT Nevalainen, EM Valve, PM Ingleton, M Nurmi, PM Martikainen
Journal of Clinical Investigation 99, 618-627, 1997
Estrogen and testosterone use different cellular pathways to inhibit osteoclastogenesis and bone resorption
H Michael, PL Härkönen, HK Väänänen, TA Hentunen
Journal of Bone and Mineral Research 20 (12), 2224-2232, 2005
Apoptosis in toremifene-induced growth inhibition of human breast cancer cells in vivo and in vitro
AM Wärri, RL Huovinen, AM Laine, PM Martikainen, PL Härkönen
JNCI: Journal of the National Cancer Institute 85 (17), 1412-1418, 1993
Role of estrogens in development of prostate cancer
PL Härkönen, SI Mäkelä
The Journal of steroid biochemistry and molecular biology 92 (4), 297-305, 2004
Cleavable ErbB4 isoform in estrogen receptor–regulated growth of breast cancer cells
TT Junttila, M Sundvall, M Lundin, J Lundin, M Tanner, P Härkönen, ...
Cancer research 65 (4), 1384-1393, 2005
The in vitro cytotoxic and apoptotic activity of Triphala—an Indian herbal drug
S Kaur, H Michael, S Arora, PL Härkönen, S Kumar
Journal of ethnopharmacology 97 (1), 15-20, 2005
Expression of glucose transporters in head‐and‐neck tumors
P Mellanen, H Minn, R Grenman, P Härkönen
International journal of cancer 56 (5), 622-629, 1994
Alendronate inhibits invasion of PC-3 prostate cancer cells by affecting the mevalonate pathway
SS Virtanen, HK Väänänen, PL Härkönen, PT Lakkakorpi
Cancer research 62 (9), 2708-2714, 2002
Increased expression of cyclooxygenase-2 and nitric oxide synthase-2 in human prostate cancer
P Uotila, E Valve, P Martikainen, M Nevalainen, M Nurmi, P Härkönen
Urological research 29, 25-28, 2001
Role of mitochondria in tamoxifen-induced rapid death of MCF-7 breast cancer cells
A Kallio, A Zheng, J Dahllund, KM Heiskanen, P Härkönen
Apoptosis 10, 1395-1410, 2005
Tamoxifen-induced rapid death of MCF-7 breast cancer cells is mediated via extracellularly signal-regulated kinase signaling and can be abrogated by estrogen
A Zheng, A Kallio, P Harkonen
Endocrinology 148 (6), 2764-2777, 2007
Selective estrogenic effects of a novel triphenylethylene compound, FC1271a, on bone, cholesterol level, and reproductive tissues in intact and ovariectomized rats
Q Qu, H Zheng, J Dahllund, A Laine, N Cockcroft, Z Peng, M Koskinen, ...
Endocrinology 141 (2), 809-820, 2000
Estrogen reduces the depth of resorption pits by disturbing the organic bone matrix degradation activity of mature osteoclasts
V Parikka, P Lehenkari, ML Sassi, J Halleen, J Risteli, P Härkönen, ...
Endocrinology 142 (12), 5371-5378, 2001
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