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The authors thank Dr. O. David Sherwood, University of Illinois, for providing porcine relaxin; Prof. John D. Wade, Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, for providing mouse relaxin peptide; Corthera, Inc. (San Mateo, CA, USA) for providing recombinant human relaxin and Sharon Layfield and Tania Ferraro for technical assistance with studies at the Florey and Shashank Pawitwar and Supurna Dhar for their help in cloning rabbit and guinea pig receptors. This research was supported by Florida Department of Health, James and Esther King Biomedical Research Program grant 3KFO1, and National Cancer Institute grant 1U01CA177711 (AA). Research at the Florey was supported by National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia project grants 628427 and 1043750 and by the Victorian Government Operational Infrastructure Support Program. RADB is a recipient of an NHMRC Research Fellowship. BH is a recipient of a MARC U*STAR program fellowship at the Florida International University.