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    1. Oakley, GG; Loberg, LI; Yao, JQ; Risinger, MA; Yunker, RL; Zernik-Kobak, M; Khanna, KK; Lavin, MF; Carty, MP; Dixon, K
      UV-induced hyperphosphorylation of replication protein a depends on DNA replication and expression of ATM protein

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
    2. Uchimura, K; Nakamuta, M; Enjoji, M; Irie, T; Sugimoto, R; Muta, T; Iwamoto, H; Nawata, H
      Activation of retinoic X receptor and peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor-gamma inhibits nitric oxide and tumor necrosis factor-alpha production in rat Kupffer cells

      HEPATOLOGY
    3. Castro, DS; Hermanson, E; Joseph, B; Wallen, A; Aarnisalo, P; Heller, A; Perlmann, T
      Induction of cell cycle arrest and morphological differentiation by Nurr1 and retinoids in dopamine MN9D cells

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    4. Allio, T; Preston, RJ
      Increased sensitivity to chromatid aberration induction by bleomycin and neocarzinostatin results from alterations in a DNA damage response pathway

      MUTATION RESEARCH-FUNDAMENTAL AND MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF MUTAGENESIS
    5. 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
    6. Doucas, V; Tini, M; Egan, DA; Evans, RM
      Modulation of CREB binding protein function by the promyelocytic (PML) oncoprotein suggests a role for nuclear bodies in hormone signaling

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    7. Koch, SSC; Dardashti, LJ; Cesario, RM; Croston, GE; Boehm, MF; Heyman, RA; Nadzan, AM
      Synthesis of retinoid X receptor-specific ligands that are potent inducersof adipogenesis in 3T3-L1 cells

      JOURNAL OF MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
    8. Castro, DS; Arvidsson, M; Bolin, MB; Perlmann, T
      Activity of the Nur1 carboxy-terminal domain depends on cell type and integrity of the activation function 2

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    9. BLANCO JCG; MINUCCI S; LU JM; YANG XJ; WALKER KK; CHEN HW; EVANS RM; NAKATANI Y; OZATO K
      THE HISTONE ACETYLASE PCAF IS A NUCLEAR RECEPTOR COACTIVATOR

      Genes & development
    10. UENO H; KIZAKI M; MATSUSHITA H; MUTO A; YAMATO K; NISHIHARA T; HIDA T; YOSHIMURA H; KOEFFLER HP; IKEDA Y
      A NOVEL RETINOIC ACID RECEPTOR (RAR)-SELECTIVE ANTAGONIST INHIBITS DIFFERENTIATION AND APOPTOSIS OF HL-60 CELLS - IMPLICATIONS OF RAR-ALPHA-MEDIATED SIGNALS IN MYELOID LEUKEMIC-CELLS

      Leukemia research
    11. 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
    12. WAN HS; DAWSON MI; HONG WK; LOTAN R
      OVEREXPRESSED ACTIVATED RETINOID-X-RECEPTORS CAN MEDIATE GROWTH-INHIBITORY EFFECTS OF RETINOIDS IN HUMAN CARCINOMA-CELLS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    13. KYAKUMOTO S; NEMOTO T; SATO N; OTA M
      EXPRESSION OF RETINOID-X-RECEPTORS AND COUP-TFI IN A HUMAN SALIVARY-GLAND ADENOCARCINOMA CELL-LINE

      Biochemistry and cell biology
    14. 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
    15. THACHER SM; STANDEVEN AM; ATHANIKAR J; KOPPER S; CASTILLEJA O; ESCOBAR M; BEARD RL; CHANDRARATNA RAS
      RECEPTOR SPECIFICITY OF RETINOID-INDUCED EPIDERMAL HYPERPLASIA - EFFECT OF RXR-SELECTIVE AGONISTS AND CORRELATION WITH TOPICAL IRRITATION

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    16. 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
    17. CHIBA H; CLIFFORD J; METZGER D; CHAMBON P
      SPECIFIC AND REDUNDANT FUNCTIONS OF RETINOID-X-RECEPTOR RETINOIC ACIDRECEPTOR HETERODIMERS IN DIFFERENTIATION, PROLIFERATION, AND APOPTOSIS OF F9 EMBRYONAL CARCINOMA-CELLS

      The Journal of cell biology
    18. BOTLING J; CASTRO DS; OBERG F; NILSSON K; PERLMANN T
      RETINOIC ACID RECEPTOR RETINOID-X-RECEPTOR HETERODIMERS CAN BE ACTIVATED THROUGH BOTH SUBUNITS PROVIDING A BASIS FOR SYNERGISTIC TRANSACTIVATION AND CELLULAR-DIFFERENTIATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    19. WU SJ; ZHANG ZP; ZHANG DM; SOPRANO DR; SOPRANO KJ
      REDUCTION OF BOTH RAR AND RXR LEVELS IS REQUIRED TO MAXIMALLY ALTER SENSITIVITY OF CA-OV3 OVARIAN TUMOR-CELLS TO GROWTH SUPPRESSION BY ALL-TRANS-RETINOIC ACID

      Experimental cell research
    20. KITAREEWAN S; BURKA LT; TOMER KB; PARKER CE; DETERDING LJ; STEVENS RD; FORMAN BM; MAIS DE; HEYMAN RA; MCMORRIS T; WEINBERGER C
      PHYTOL METABOLITES ARE CIRCULATING DIETARY FACTORS THAT ACTIVATE THE NUCLEAR RECEPTOR RXR

      Molecular biology of the cell
    21. ZHANG ZY; BALMER JE; LOVLIE A; FROMM SH; BLOMHOFF R
      SPECIFIC TERATOGENIC EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT RETINOIC ACID ISOMERS AND ANALOGS IN THE DEVELOPING ANTERIOR CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM OF ZEBRAFISH

      Developmental dynamics
    22. ZETTERSTROM RH; SOLOMIN L; MITSIADIS T; OLSON L; PERLMANN T
      RETINOID-X RECEPTOR HETERODIMERIZATION AND DEVELOPMENTAL EXPRESSION DISTINGUISH THE ORPHAN NUCLEAR RECEPTORS NGFI-B, NURR1, AND NOR1

      Molecular endocrinology
    23. SALERNO AJ; HE ZQ; GOOSNILSSON A; AHOLA H; MAK P
      DIFFERENTIAL TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATION OF THE APOAL GENE BY RETINOICACID RECEPTOR HOMODIMERS AND HETERODIMERS IN YEAST

      Nucleic acids research
    24. VUDAC N; SCHOONJANS K; KOSYKH V; DALLONGEVILLE J; HEYMAN RA; STAELS B; AUWERX J
      RETINOIDS INCREASE HUMAN APOLIPOPROTEIN-A-II EXPRESSION THROUGH ACTIVATION OF THE RETINOID-X RECEPTOR BUT NOT THE RETINOIC ACID RECEPTOR

      Molecular and cellular biology
    25. CLIFFORD J; CHIBA H; SOBIESZCZUK D; METZGER D; CHAMBON P
      RXR-ALPHA-NULL F9 EMBRYONAL CARCINOMA-CELLS ARE RESISTANT TO THE DIFFERENTIATION, ANTIPROLIFERATIVE AND APOPTOTIC EFFECTS OF RETINOIDS

      EMBO journal
    26. PFAHL M; CHYTIL F
      REGULATION OF METABOLISM BY RETINOIC ACID AND ITS NUCLEAR RECEPTORS

      Annual review of nutrition
    27. LALA DS; MUKHERJEE R; SCHULMAN IG; KOCH SSC; DARDASHTI LJ; NADZAN AM; CROSTON GE; EVANS RM; HEYMAN RA
      ACTIVATION OF SPECIFIC RXR HETERODIMERS BY AN ANTAGONIST OF RXR HOMODIMERS

      Nature
    28. 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
    29. KOCH SSC; DARDASHTI LJ; HEBERT JJ; WHITE SK; CROSTON GE; FLATTEN KS; HEYMAN RA; NADZAN AM
      IDENTIFICATION OF THE FIRST RETINOID-X RECEPTOR HOMODIMER ANTAGONIST

      Journal of medicinal chemistry
    30. LEE MO; DAWSON MI; PICARD N; HOBBS PD; PFAHL M
      A NOVEL CLASS OF RETINOID ANTAGONISTS AND THEIR MECHANISM OF ACTION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    31. MALIK S; KARATHANASIS S
      TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION BY THE ORPHAN NUCLEAR RECEPTOR ARP-1

      Nucleic acids research
    32. GILLER T; HENNES U; KEMPEN HJ
      REGULATION OF HUMAN APOLIPOPROTEIN A-L EXPRESSION IN CACO-2 AND HEPG2CELLS BY ALL-TRANS AND 9-CIS RETINOIC ACIDS

      Journal of lipid research
    33. ALLEGRETTO EA; SHEVDE N; ZOU AB; HOWELL SR; BOEHM MF; HOLLIS BW; PIKE JW
      RETINOID-X-RECEPTOR ACTS AS A HORMONE-RECEPTOR IN-VIVO TO INDUCE A KEY METABOLIC ENZYME FOR 1,25-DIHYDROXYVITAMIN-D-3

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    34. HAGHPASSAND M; MOBERLY JB
      9-CIS-RETINOIC ACID INCREASES APOLIPOPROTEIN AI SECRETION AND MESSENGER-RNA EXPRESSION IN HEPG2 CELLS

      Atherosclerosis
    35. JIANG H; PENNER JD; BEARD RL; CHANDRARATNA RAS; KOCHHAR DM
      DIMINISHED TERATOGENICITY OF RETINOID-X-RECEPTOR-SELECTIVE SYNTHETIC RETINOIDS

      Biochemical pharmacology
    36. BERTHOU L; STAELS B; SALDICCO I; BERTHELOT K; CASEY J; FRUCHART JC; DENEFLE P; BRANELLEC D
      OPPOSITE IN-VITRO AND IN-VIVO REGULATION OF HEPATIC APOLIPOPROTEIN-A-I GENE-EXPRESSION BY RETINOIC ACID - ABSENCE OF EFFECTS ON APOLIPOPROTEIN A-II GENE-EXPRESSION

      Arteriosclerosis and thrombosis
    37. CARTER ME; GULICK T; MOORE DD; KELLY DP
      A PLEIOTROPIC ELEMENT IN THE MEDIUM-CHAIN ACYL-COENZYME A DEHYDROGENASE GENE PROMOTER MEDIATES TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATION BY MULTIPLE NUCLEAR RECEPTOR TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS AND DEFINES NOVEL RECEPTOR-DNA BINDING MOTIFS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    38. SATOH H; NAGAE Y; IMMENSCHUH S; SATOH T; MULLEREBERHARD U
      IDENTIFICATION OF A LIVER PREFERENCE ENHANCER ELEMENT OF THE RAT HEMOPEXIN GENE AND ITS INTERACTION WITH NUCLEAR FACTORS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    39. TRAYNER ID; FARZANEH F
      RETINOID RECEPTORS AND ACUTE PROMYELOCYTIC LEUKEMIA

      European journal of cancer


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