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as a result, the various religions can live a more fruitful dialogue. since god's revelation to humanity is unique in its depth and richness, more than one religion can celebrate it with profound reverence, and all religions can enrich one another. moreover, if man is created for fellowship with god, all religions are united in the hope of a life with him after death. faith in god and in man can then become the solid foundation of our activities in this life and of our hope for the life to come. in addition, we will live in a more respectful awareness of the fact that we are called to reflect on the problems of life so as to protect and promote the destiny of humanity as a whole.

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as a religious person, i would like to return once more to the fundamental questions addressed to me at denver, in the light of the modern environmental crisis. let me stress once more that i am making no plea for a renewed campaign of blind ecumenism, of offering myself as a mediator to all. such a procedure would be equally invalid if i were a believer and the world were to look to me for a solution. i am addressing myself only to the faithful of the church, not to religious and those who do not profess faith, as my predecessor john paul ii did at the opening of his pontificate. to them i address myself only and in a special way, as a religious person.

the first clear appearance of the y chromosome and the initial differentiation of testis are detected in the primitive streak. both events occur during the third week of development, and y chromosome is detected in the primitive gonad around week 5. currently, there is a great deal of interest in the effects of estrogen in early pregnancy. estrogen and progesterone are known to cause alterations in both the structure of the uterus and the endometrial lining. in particular, the proreceptorial form of era is induced by these hormones. in order to better understand how estrogens exert their actions, great efforts are being made to evaluate the structure of the proteins involved in their mechanism of action. to this end, a crystal structure of the ligand-binding domain of the human era protein has been obtained. this protein is capable of allowing interactions with both the n-terminal af-1 region and the c-terminal af-2 region that in turn are crucial for the transcriptional activity of the era on target genes. these findings have lead to the development of new strategies to block the action of this receptor by preventing its binding to dna or by blocking its transcriptional activity. unfortunately, previous attempts have not yet yielded a peptide with any notable activity on the estrogen response element, either at the pre-receptor or at the receptor level. in most instances, estrogens are required in the fetal and neonatal periods for the proper growth and development of the human reproductive system. but, whether this feature of estrogens have to do with their role in the development of some of the structures or even the function of the uterus, remains currently unclear. an interesting recent study has produced some interesting findings regarding the estrogen receptors of the male and female rat uterus, despite the absence of the era in the male. in this study, the authors have observed that estrogens enhance the growth and the differentiation of the uterine smooth muscle cells in a manner that is dependent upon the presence of the erb. they have also discovered some erb-specific elements (erbes) located in the promoter of the smooth muscle calponin-2 (cnn2) gene, which might account for the specific response of the smooth muscle cells to estrogens. by blocking erb, they were able to repress the action of estrogen, thus reproducing the effect of ovariectomy. in this context, these findings reinforce the idea that estrogens not only may affect the structure of the uterus but also its functional mechanisms.


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