"Engineering Human Prolactin to Bind to the Human Growth Hormone Receptor" (1990)

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"Small Peptides as Potent Mimetics of the Protein Hormone Erythropoietin" (1996)
"Structural Similarity Between Transforming Growth Factor-$\beta$2 and Nerve Growth Factor" (1992)
"Functional Mimicry of a Protein Hormone by a Peptide Agonist: The EPO Receptor Complex at 2.8 $\overset{\circ}{\mathrm A}$" (1996)
"A Single Amino Acid That Determines the Sensitivity of Progesterone Receptors to RU486" (1992)
"Novel Fold and Putative Receptor Binding Site of Granulocyte-Macrophage Colony-Stimulating Factor" (1991)
"Imitation of Escherichia coli Aspartate Receptor Signaling in Engineered Dimers of the Cytoplasmic Domain" (1996)
"Mineralocorticoids, Glucocorticoids, Receptors and Response Elements" (1993)
"An Insertion in the Human Thyrotropin Receptor Critical for High Affinity Hormone Binding" (1990)
"Structure of BcI-X$_L$-Bak Peptide Complex: Recognition between Regulators of Apoptosis" (1997)
"Human Growth Hormone and Extracellular Domain of its Receptor: Crystal Structure of the Complex" (1992)
"Minimization of a Polypeptide Hormone" (1995)
"Crystal Structure of Transforming Growth Factor-$\beta$2: An Unusual Fold for the Superfamily" (1992)
"Mineralocorticoid and Glucocorticoid Receptor Activities Distinguished by Nonreceptor Factors at a Composite Response Element" (1993)
"Crystallographic Evidence for Preformed Dimers of Erythropoietin Receptor Before Ligand Activation" (1999)
"Essential Role of CED-4 Oligomerization in CED-3 Activation and Apoptosis" (1998)
"Requirement for Activin A and Transforming Growth Factor-$\beta$1 Pro-Regions in Homodimer Assembly" (1990)
"Hormone Mimicry" (1996)
"Structure of the Retinoid X Receptor $\alpha$ DNA Binding Domain: A Helix Required for Homodimeric DNA Binding" (1993)
"Bile Acids: Natural Ligands for an Orphan Nuclear Receptor" (1999)
"Estrogen Receptor-Associated Proteins: Possible Mediators of Hormone-Induced Transcription" (1994)