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    1. Altucci, L; Rossin, A; Raffelsberger, W; Reitmair, A; Chomienne, C; Gronemeyer, H
      Retinoic acid-induced apoptosis in leukemia cells is mediated by paracrineaction of tumor-selective death ligand TRAIL

      NATURE MEDICINE
    2. Altucci, L; Gronemeyer, H
      Nuclear receptors in cell life and death

      TRENDS IN ENDOCRINOLOGY AND METABOLISM
    3. Benoit, GR; Flexor, M; Besancon, F; Altucci, L; Rossin, A; Hillion, J; Balajthy, Z; Legres, L; Segal-Bendirdjian, E; Gronemeyer, H; Lanotte, M
      Autonomous rexinoid death signaling is suppressed by converging signaling pathways in immature leukemia cells

      MOLECULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    4. Gronemeyer, H
      Bibliography on Stefan George 1976-1997: With supplements until 1976

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR BIBLIOTHEKSWESEN UND BIBLIOGRAPHIE
    5. Benecke, A; Chambon, P; Gronemeyer, H
      Synergy between estrogen receptor alpha activation functions AF1 and AF2 mediated by transcription intermediary factor TIF2

      EMBO REPORTS
    6. Bourguet, W; Vivat, V; Wurtz, JM; Chambon, P; Gronemeyer, H; Moras, D
      Crystal structure of a heterodimeric complex of RAR and RXR ligand-bindingdomains

      MOLECULAR CELL
    7. Bourguet, W; Andry, V; Iltis, C; Klaholz, B; Potier, N; Van Dorsselaer, A; Chambon, P; Gronemeyer, H; Moras, D
      Heterodimeric complex of RAR and RXR nuclear receptor ligand-binding domains: Purification, crystallization, and preliminary X-ray diffraction analysis

      PROTEIN EXPRESSION AND PURIFICATION
    8. Jimenez-Lara, AM; Heine, MJS; Gronemeyer, H
      Cloning of a mouse glucocorticoid modulatory element binding protein, a new member of the KDWK family

      FEBS LETTERS
    9. Bourguet, W; Germain, P; Gronemeyer, H
      Nuclear receptor ligand-binding domains three-dimensional structures, molecular interactions and pharmacological implications

      TRENDS IN PHARMACOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    10. Gehin, M; Vivat, V; Wurtz, JM; Losson, R; Chambon, P; Moras, D; Gronemeyer, H
      Structural basis for engineering of retinoic acid receptor isotype-selective agonists and antagonists

      CHEMISTRY & BIOLOGY
    11. Iyer, J; Bonnier, D; Granger, F; Iltis, C; Andry, V; Schultz, P; Gronemeyer, H
      Versatile copurification procedure for rapid isolation of homogeneous RAR-RXR heterodimers

      PROTEIN EXPRESSION AND PURIFICATION
    12. Benoit, G; Altucci, L; Flexor, M; Ruchaud, S; Lillehaug, J; Raffelsberger, W; Gronemeyer, H; Lanotte, M
      RAR-independent RXR signaling induces t(15;17) leukemia cell maturation

      EMBO JOURNAL
    13. Auwerx, J; Baulieu, E; Beato, M; Becker-Andre, M; Burbach, PH; Camerino, G; Chambon, P; Cooney, A; Dejean, A; Dreyer, C; Evans, RM; Gannon, F; Giguere, V; Gronemeyer, H; Gustafson, JA; Laudet, V; Lazar, MA; Mangelsdorf, DJ; Milbrandt, J; Milgrom, E; Moore, DD; O'Malley, B; Parker, M; Parker, K; Perlmann, T; Pfahl, M; Rosenfeld, MG; Samuels, H; Schutz, G; Sladek, FM; Stunnenberg, HG; Spedding, M; Thummel, C; Tsai, MJ; Umesono, K; Vennstrom, B; Wahli, W; Weinberger, C; Willson, TM; Yamamoto, K
      A unified nomenclature system for the nuclear receptor superfamily

      CELL
    14. Gronemeyer, H
      Book trade, library and national library - Symposium of the German Prints Group

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR BIBLIOTHEKSWESEN UND BIBLIOGRAPHIE
    15. He, B; Kemppainen, JA; Voegel, JJ; Gronemeyer, H; Wilson, EM
      Activation function 2 in the human androgen receptor ligand binding domainmediates interdomain communication with the NH2-terminal domain

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    16. Ebisawa, M; Umemiya, H; Ohta, K; Fukasawa, H; Kawachi, E; Christoffel, G; Gronemeyer, H; Tsuji, M; Hashimoto, Y; Shudo, K; Kagechika, H
      Retinoid X receptor-antagonistic diazepinylbenzoic acids

      CHEMICAL & PHARMACEUTICAL BULLETIN
    17. RESCHERIGON M; GRONEMEYER H
      THERAPEUTIC POTENTIAL OF SELECTIVE MODULATORS OF NUCLEAR RECEPTOR ACTION

      Current opinion in chemical biology
    18. MORJANI H; BELJEBBAR A; SOCKALINGUM GD; MATTIOLI TA; BONNIER D; GRONEMEYER H; MANFAIT M
      SURFACE-ENHANCED RAMAN-SCATTERING AND FLUORESCENCE SPECTROSCOPY REVEAL MOLECULAR-INTERACTIONS OF ALL-TRANS-RETINOIC ACID AND RAR-GAMMA LIGAND-BINDING DOMAIN

      Biospectroscopy
    19. KLAHOLZ BP; RENAUD JP; MITSCHLER A; ZUSI C; CHAMBON P; GRONEMEYER H; MORAS D
      CONFORMATIONAL ADAPTATION OF AGONISTS TO THE HUMAN NUCLEAR RECEPTOR RAR-GAMMA

      Nature structural biology
    20. Ylikomi, T; Wurtz, JM; Syvala, H; Passinen, S; Pekki, A; Haverinen, M; Blauer, M; Tuohimaa, P; Gronemeyer, H
      Reappraisal of the role of heat shock proteins as regulators of steroid receptor activity

      CRITICAL REVIEWS IN BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    21. MORAS D; GRONEMEYER H
      THE NUCLEAR RECEPTOR LIGAND-BINDING DOMAIN - STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION

      Current opinion in cell biology
    22. VOEGEL JJ; HEINE MJS; TINI M; VIVAT V; CHAMBON P; GRONEMEYER H
      THE COACTIVATOR TIF2 CONTAINS 3 NUCLEAR RECEPTOR-BINDING MOTIFS AND MEDIATES TRANSACTIVATION THROUGH CBP BINDING-DEPENDENT AND BINDING-INDEPENDENT PATHWAYS

      EMBO journal
    23. CHEN ZP; IYER J; BOURGUET W; HELD P; MIOSKOWSKI C; LEBEAU L; NOY N; CHAMBON P; GRONEMEYER H
      LIGAND-INDUCED AND DNA-INDUCED DISSOCIATION OF RXR TETRAMERS

      Journal of Molecular Biology
    24. VIVAT V; GOFFLO D; GARCIA T; WURTZ JM; BOURGUET W; PHILIBERT D; GRONEMEYER H
      SEQUENCES IN THE LIGAND-BINDING DOMAINS OF THE HUMAN ANDROGEN AND PROGESTERONE RECEPTORS WHICH DETERMINE THEIR DISTINCT LIGAND IDENTITIES

      Journal of molecular endocrinology
    25. VAYSSIERE BM; DUPONT S; CHOQUART A; PETIT F; GARCIA T; MARCHANDEAU C; GRONEMEYER H; RESCHERIGON M
      SYNTHETIC GLUCOCORTICOIDS THAT DISSOCIATE TRANSACTIVATION AND AP-1 TRANSREPRESSION EXHIBIT ANTIINFLAMMATORY ACTIVITY IN-VIVO

      Molecular endocrinology
    26. HELD P; HECK MP; IYER J; GRONEMEYER H; LEBEAU L; MIOSKOWSKI C
      SYNTHESIS OF A RADIOLABELED RETINOID-X-RECEPTOR (RXR) SPECIFIC LIGAND

      Journal of labelled compounds & radiopharmaceuticals
    27. VIVAT V; ZECHEL C; WURTZ JM; BOURGUET W; KAGECHIKA H; UMEMIYA H; SHUDO K; MORAS D; GRONEMEYER H; CHAMBON P
      A MUTATION MIMICKING LIGAND-INDUCED CONFORMATIONAL CHANGE YIELDS A CONSTITUTIVE RXR THAT SENSES ALLOSTERIC EFFECTS IN HETERODIMERS

      EMBO journal
    28. GRONEMEYER H
      MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF NUCLEAR RECEPTOR ACTION - A GLUTAMATE CHALLENGE FOR DRUG DESIGN

      Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology
    29. UMEMIYA H; FUKASAWA H; EBISAWA M; EYROLLES L; KAWACHI E; EISENMANN G; GRONEMEYER H; HASHIMOTO Y; SHUDO K; KAGECHIKA H
      RETINOBENZOIC ACIDS - VIII - REGULATION OF RETINOIDAL ACTIONS BY DIAZEPINYLBENZOIC ACIDS - RETINOID SYNERGISTS WHICH ACTIVATE THE RXR-RAR HETERODIMERS

      Journal of medicinal chemistry
    30. KERSTEN S; GRONEMEYER H; NOY N
      THE DNA-BINDING PATTERN OF THE RETINOID-X-RECEPTOR IS REGULATED BY LIGAND-DEPENDENT MODULATION OF ITS OLIGOMERIC STATE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    31. UMEMIYA H; KAGECHIKA H; FUKASAWA H; KAWACHI E; EBISAWA M; HASHIMOTO Y; EISENMANN G; ERB C; PORNON A; CHAMBON P; GRONEMEYER H; SHUDO K
      ACTION MECHANISM OF RETINOID-SYNERGISTIC DIBENZODIAZEPINES

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    32. ROCHEL N; RENAUD JP; RUFF M; VIVAT V; GRANGER F; BONNIER D; LEROUGE T; CHAMBON P; GRONEMEYER H; MORAS D
      PURIFICATION OF THE HUMAN RAR-GAMMA LIGAND-BINDING DOMAIN AND CRYSTALLIZATION OF ITS COMPLEX WITH ALL-TRANS-RETINOIC ACID

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    33. WURTZ JM; BOURGUET W; RENAUD JP; VIVAT V; CHAMBON P; MORAS D; GRONEMEYER H
      A CANONICAL STRUCTURE FOR THE LIGAND-BINDING DOMAIN OF NUCLEAR RECEPTORS (VOL 3, PG 87, 1995)

      Nature structural biology
    34. WURTZ JM; BOURGUET W; RENAUD JP; VIVAT V; CHAMBON P; MORAS D; GRONEMEYER H
      A CANONICAL STRUCTURE FOR THE LIGAND-BINDING DOMAIN OF NUCLEAR RECEPTORS

      Nature structural biology
    35. LEDOUARIN B; BAUR EV; ZECHEL C; HEERY D; HEINE M; VIVAT V; GRONEMEYER H; LOSSON R; CHAMBON P
      LIGAND-DEPENDENT INTERACTION OF NUCLEAR RECEPTORS WITH POTENTIAL TRANSCRIPTIONAL INTERMEDIARY FACTORS (MEDIATORS)

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    36. GERARD M; CHEN JY; GRONEMEYER H; CHAMBON P; DUBOULE D; ZAKANY J
      IN-VIVO TARGETED MUTAGENESIS OF A REGULATORY ELEMENT REQUIRED FOR POSITIONING THE HOXD-11 AND HOXD-10 EXPRESSION BOUNDARIES

      Genes & development
    37. ROUX S; TEROUANNE B; BALAGUER P; JAUSONSLOFFREDA N; PONS M; CHAMBON P; GRONEMEYER H; NICOLAS JC
      MUTATION OF ISOLEUCINE-747 BY A THREONINE ALTERS THE LIGAND RESPONSIVENESS OF THE HUMAN GLUCOCORTICOID RECEPTOR

      Molecular endocrinology
    38. VOEGEL JJ; HEINE MJS; ZECHEL C; CHAMBON P; GRONEMEYER H
      TIF2, A 160 KDA TRANSCRIPTIONAL MEDIATOR FOR THE LIGAND-DEPENDENT ACTIVATION FUNCTION AF-2 OF NUCLEAR RECEPTORS

      EMBO journal
    39. BAUR EV; ZECHEL C; HEERY D; HEINE MJS; GARNIER JM; VIVAT V; LEDOUARIN B; GRONEMEYER H; CHAMBON P; LOSSON R
      DIFFERENTIAL LIGAND-DEPENDENT INTERACTIONS BETWEEN THE AF-2 ACTIVATING DOMAIN OF NUCLEAR RECEPTORS AND THE PUTATIVE TRANSCRIPTIONAL INTERMEDIARY FACTORS MSUG1 AND TIF1

      EMBO journal
    40. CHEN JY; CLIFFORD J; ZUSI C; STARRETT J; TORTOLANI D; OSTROWSKI J; RECZEK PR; CHAMBON P; GRONEMEYER H
      2 DISTINCT ACTIONS OF RETINOID-RECEPTOR LIGANDS

      Nature
    41. GRONEMEYER H; LAUDET V
      TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS .3. NUCLEAR RECEPTORS

      Protein profile
    42. BOURGUET W; RUFF M; BONNIER D; GRANGER F; BOEGLIN M; CHAMBON P; MORAS D; GRONEMEYER H
      PURIFICATION, FUNCTIONAL-CHARACTERIZATION, AND CRYSTALLIZATION OF THELIGAND-BINDING DOMAIN OF THE RETINOID-X RECEPTOR

      Protein expression and purification
    43. EISENMANN G; CHEYNEL I; GRONEMEYER H
      WHEN CELLS TWINKLE

      Biofutur
    44. KATO S; SASAKI H; SUZAWA M; MASUSHIGE S; TORA L; CHAMBON P; GRONEMEYER H
      WIDELY SPACED, DIRECTLY REPEATED PUGGTCA ELEMENTS ACT AS PROMISCUOUS ENHANCERS FOR DIFFERENT CLASSES OF NUCLEAR RECEPTORS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    45. LEDOUARIN B; ZECHEL C; GARNIER JM; LUTZ Y; TORA L; PIERRAT B; HEERY D; GRONEMEYER H; CHAMBON P; LOSSON R
      THE N-TERMINAL PART OF TIF1, A PUTATIVE MEDIATOR OF THE LIGAND-DEPENDENT ACTIVATION FUNCTION (AF-2) OF NUCLEAR RECEPTORS, IS FUSED TO B-RAFIN THE ONCOGENIC PROTEIN T18

      EMBO journal
    46. CHEN JY; PENCO S; OSTROWSKI J; BALAGUER P; PONS M; STARRETT JE; RECZEK P; CHAMBON P; GRONEMEYER H
      RAR-SPECIFIC AGONIST ANTAGONISTS WHICH DISSOCIATE TRANSACTIVATION ANDAP1 TRANSREPRESSION INHIBIT ANCHORAGE-INDEPENDENT CELL-PROLIFERATION/

      EMBO journal
    47. RENAUD JP; ROCHEL N; RUFF M; VIVAT V; CHAMBON P; GRONEMEYER H; MORAS D
      CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE OF THE RAR-GAMMA LIGAND-BINDING DOMAIN BOUND TO ALL-TRANS-RETINOIC ACID

      Nature
    48. BOURGUET W; RUFF M; CHAMBON P; GRONEMEYER H; MORAS D
      CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE OF THE LIGAND-BINDING DOMAIN OF THE HUMAN NUCLEAR RECEPTOR RXR-ALPHA

      Nature
    49. GRONEMEYER H; MORAS D
      NUCLEAR RECEPTORS - HOW TO FINGER DNA

      Nature
    50. KERSTEN S; KELLEHER D; CHAMBON P; GRONEMEYER H; NOY N
      RETINOID-X-RECEPTOR-ALPHA FORMS TETRAMERS IN SOLUTION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    51. KERSTEN S; PAN L; CHAMBON P; GRONEMEYER H; NOY N
      ROLE OF LIGAND IN RETINOID SIGNALING - 9-CIS-RETINOIC ACID MODULATES THE OLIGOMERIC STATE OF THE RETINOID-X-RECEPTOR

      Biochemistry
    52. HEERY DM; PIERRAT B; GRONEMEYER H; CHAMBON P; LOSSON R
      HOMODIMERS AND HETERODIMERS OF THE RETINOID-X RECEPTOR (RXR) ACTIVATETRANSCRIPTION IN YEAST

      Nucleic acids research
    53. ZECHEL C; SHEN XQ; CHAMBON P; GRONEMEYER H
      DIMERIZATION INTERFACES FORMED BETWEEN THE DNA-BINDING DOMAINS DETERMINE THE COOPERATIVE BINDING OF RXR RAR AND RXR TR HETERODIMERS TO DR5 AND DR4 ELEMENTS

      EMBO journal
    54. ZECHEL C; SHEN XQ; CHEN JY; CHEN ZP; CHAMBON P; GRONEMEYER H
      THE DIMERIZATION INTERFACES FORMED BETWEEN THE DNA-BINDING DOMAINS OFRXR, RAR AND TR DETERMINE THE BINDING-SPECIFICITY AND POLARITY OF THEFULL-LENGTH RECEPTORS TO DIRECT REPEATS

      EMBO journal
    55. CHEN ZP; SHEMSHEDINI L; DURAND B; NOY N; CHAMBON P; GRONEMEYER H
      PURE AND FUNCTIONALLY HOMOGENEOUS RECOMBINANT RETINOID-X RECEPTOR

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    56. RUDERT F; GRONEMEYER H
      RETINOIC ACID-RESPONSE ELEMENTS WITH A HIGHLY REPETITIVE STRUCTURE ISOLATED BY IMMUNO-SELECTION FROM GENOMIC DNA

      Journal of steroid biochemistry and molecular biology
    57. BOCQUEL MT; JI JW; YLIKOMI T; BENHAMOU B; VERGEZAC A; CHAMBON P; GRONEMEYER H
      TYPE-II ANTAGONISTS IMPAIR THE DNA-BINDING OF STEROID-HORMONE RECEPTORS WITHOUT AFFECTING DIMERIZATION

      Journal of steroid biochemistry and molecular biology
    58. MADER S; CHEN JY; CHEN ZP; WHITE J; CHAMBON P; GRONEMEYER H
      THE PATTERNS OF BINDING OF RAR, RXR AND TR HOMODIMERS AND HETERODIMERS TO DIRECT REPEATS ARE DICTATED BY THE BINDING SPECIFICITIES OF THE DNA-BINDING DOMAINS

      EMBO journal
    59. HEERY DM; ZACHAREWSKI T; PIERRAT B; GRONEMEYER H; CHAMBON P; LOSSON R
      EFFICIENT TRANSACTIVATION BY RETINOIC ACID RECEPTORS IN YEAST REQUIRES RETINOID-X RECEPTORS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    60. GRONEMEYER H; MEYER ME
      NUCLEAR RECEPTORS - HORMONES, ANTIHORMONES AND REGULATION OF THE TRANSCRIPTION

      Annales d'Endocrinologie


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