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    1. Braliou, GG; Ciana, P; Klaassen, W; Gandrillon, O; Stunnenberg, HG
      The v-ErbA oncoprotein quenches the activity of an erythroid-specific enhancer

      ONCOGENE
    2. Rietveld, LEG; Caldenhoven, E; Stunnenberg, HG
      Avian erythroleukemia: a model for corepressor function in cancer

      ONCOGENE
    3. Bunn, CF; Neidig, JA; Freidinger, KE; Stankiewicz, TA; Weaver, BS; McGrew, J; Allison, LA
      Nucleocytoplasmic shuttling of the thyroid hormone receptor alpha

      MOLECULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY
    4. Gray, T; Nettesheim, P; Basbaum, C; Koo, JS
      Regulation of mucin gene expression in human tracheobronchial epithelial cells by thyroid hormone

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    5. Ingley, E; Chappell, D; Poon, SYK; Sarna, MK; Beaumont, JG; Williams, JH; Stillitano, JP; Tsai, S; Leedman, PJ; Tilbrook, PA; Klinken, SP
      Thyroid hormone receptor-interacting protein 1 modulates cytokine and nuclear hormone signaling in erythroid cells

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    6. Yoh, SM; Privalsky, ML
      Transcriptional repression by thyroid hormone receptors - A role for receptor homodimers in the recruitment of SMRT corepressor

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    7. Pissios, P; Tzameli, I; Kushner, P; Moore, DD
      Dynamic stabilization of nuclear receptor ligand binding domains by hormone or corepressor binding

      MOLECULAR CELL
    8. Nagl, SB; Das, S; Smith, TF
      Prediction of interaction partners for orphan nuclear receptors by prior-based protein sequence profiles

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR RECOGNITION
    9. Andersson, ML; Vennstrom, B
      A choice between transcriptional enhancement and repression by the v-erbA oncoprotein governed by one nucleotide in a thyroid hormone responsive halfsite

      ONCOGENE
    10. Arnold, R; Maueler, W; Bassili, G; Lutz, M; Burke, L; Epplen, TJ; Renkawitz, R
      The insulator protein CTCF represses transcription on binding to the (gt)(22)(ga)(15) microsatellite in intron 2 of the HLA-DRB1*0401 gene

      GENE
    11. Ghysdael, J; Quang, CT; Deiner, EM; Dolznig, H; Mullner, EW; Beug, H
      Erythroid cell development and leukemic transformation: interplay between signal transduction, cell cycle control and oncogenes

      PATHOLOGIE BIOLOGIE
    12. Martinez, MB; Ruan, M; Fitzpatrick, LA
      Altered response to thyroid hormones by prostate and breast cancer cells

      CANCER CHEMOTHERAPY AND PHARMACOLOGY
    13. Lutz, M; Burke, LJ; Barreto, G; Goeman, F; Greb, H; Arnold, R; Schultheiss, H; Brehm, A; Kouzarides, T; Lobanenkov, V; Renkawitz, R
      Transcriptional repression by the insulator protein CTCF involves histone deacetylases

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    14. Lutz, M; Baniahmad, A; Renkawitz, R
      Modulation of thyroid hormone receptor silencing function by co-repressorsand a synergizing transcription factor

      BIOCHEMICAL SOCIETY TRANSACTIONS
    15. Love, JD; Gooch, JT; Nagy, L; Chatterjee, VKK; Schwabe, JWR
      Transcriptional repression by nuclear receptors: mechanisms and role in disease

      BIOCHEMICAL SOCIETY TRANSACTIONS
    16. Urnov, FD; Yee, J; Sachs, L; Collingwood, TN; Bauer, A; Beug, H; Shi, YB; Wolffe, AP
      Targeting of N-CoR and histone deacetylase 3 by the oncoprotein v-ErbA yields a chromatin infrastructure-dependent transcriptional repression pathway

      EMBO JOURNAL
    17. Altincicek, B; Tenbaum, SP; Dressel, U; Thormeyer, D; Renkawitz, R; Baniahmad, A
      Interaction of the corepressor Alien with DAX-1 is abrogated by mutations of DAX-1 involved in adrenal hypoplasia congenita

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    18. Mikulits, W; Schranzhofer, M; Deiner, EM; Beug, H; Mullner, EW
      Regulation of ferritin mRNA translation in primary erythroblasts: Exogenous c-Kit plus EpoR signaling mimics v-ErbA oncoprotein activity

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    19. Quelo, I; Jurdic, P
      Differential regulation of the carbonic anhydrase II gene expression by hormonal nuclear receptors in monocytic cells: Identification of the retinoicacid response element

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    20. Wessely, O; Bauer, A; Quang, CT; Deiner, EM; von Lindern, M; Mellitzer, G; Steinlein, P; Ghysdael, J; Beug, H
      A novel way to induce erythroid progenitor self renewal: Cooperation of c-Kit with the erythropoietin receptor

      BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    21. Thormeyer, D; Baniahmad, A
      The v-erbA oncogene (review)

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR MEDICINE
    22. Lin, KH; Shieh, HY; Chen, SL; Hsu, HC
      Expression of mutant thyroid hormone nuclear receptors in human hepatocellular carcinoma cells

      MOLECULAR CARCINOGENESIS
    23. Dusanter-Fourt, I; Ghysdael, J; Morle, F
      Spi-1 -> Fli-1: a new regulatory cascade involved in the control of hematopoiesis.

      M S-MEDECINE SCIENCES
    24. Gonzalez-Manchon, C; Ayuso, MS; Parrilla, R
      AP-1 and T3RE cis elements operate as a functional unit in the transcriptional control of the human malic enzyme gene

      GENE
    25. Stunnenberg, HG; Garcia-Jimenez, C; Betz, JL
      Leukemia: the sophisticated subversion of hematopoiesis by nuclear receptor oncoproteins

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-REVIEWS ON CANCER
    26. Essner, JJ; Johnson, RG; Hackett, PB
      Overexpression of thyroid hormone receptor alpha 1 during zebrafish embryogenesis disrupts hindbrain patterning and implicates retinoic acid receptors in the control of hox gene expression

      DIFFERENTIATION
    27. Dressel, U; Thormeyer, D; Altincicek, B; Paululat, A; Eggert, M; Schneider, S; Tenbaum, SP; Renkawitz, R; Baniahmad, A
      Alien, a highly conserved protein with characteristics of a corepressor for members of the nuclear hormone receptor superfamily

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    28. Chen, DS; Pace, PE; Coombes, RC; Ali, S
      Phosphorylation of human estrogen receptor alpha by protein kinase A regulates dimerization

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    29. Lin, HY; Shih, A; Davis, FB; Davis, PJ
      Thyroid hormone promotes the phosphorylation of STAT3 and potentiates the action of epidermal growth factor in cultured cells

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    30. Gandrillon, O; Schmidt, U; Beug, H; Samarut, J
      TGF-beta cooperates with TGF-alpha to induce the self-renewal of normal erythrocytic progenitors: evidence for an autocrine mechanism

      EMBO JOURNAL
    31. Kim, MK; Lee, JS; Chung, JH
      In vivo transcription factor recruitment during thyroid hormone receptor-mediated activation

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    32. Tagami, T; Park, Y; Jameson, JL
      Mechanisms that mediate negative regulation of the thyroid-stimulating hormone a gene by the thyroid hormone receptor

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    33. Mikulits, W; Schranzhofer, M; Bauer, A; Dolznig, H; Lobmayr, L; Infante, AA; Beug, H; Mullner, EW
      Impaired ferritin mRNA translation in primary erythroid progenitors: Shiftto iron-dependent regulation by the nu-ErbA oncoprotein

      BLOOD
    34. Kosztin, D; Izrailev, S; Schulten, K
      Unbinding of retinoic acid from its receptor studied by steered molecular dynamics

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    35. KOENIG RJ
      THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR COACTIVATORS AND COREPRESSORS

      Thyroid
    36. HSU JH; BRENT GA
      THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR GENE KNOCKOUTS

      Trends in endocrinology and metabolism
    37. BARTUNEK P; ZENKE M
      RETINOID-X-RECEPTOR AND C-ERBA THYROID HORMONE-RECEPTOR REGULATE ERYTHROID CELL-GROWTH AND DIFFERENTIATION/

      Molecular endocrinology
    38. HONG SH; WONG CW; PRIVALSKY ML
      SIGNALING BY TYROSINE KINASES NEGATIVELY REGULATES THE INTERACTION BETWEEN TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS AND SMRT (SILENCING MEDIATOR OF RETINOIC ACID AND THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR) COREPRESSOR

      Molecular endocrinology
    39. WAHLSTROM GM; VENNSTROM B
      REQUIREMENTS FOR REPRESSION OF RETINOID-X-RECEPTOR BY THE ONCOPROTEINP75(GAG-V-ERBA) AND THE THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTORS

      Molecular endocrinology
    40. VONLINDERN M; BOER L; WESSELY O; PARKER M; BEUG H
      THE TRANSACTIVATION DOMAIN AF-2 BUT NOT THE DNA-BINDING DOMAIN OF THEESTROGEN-RECEPTOR IS REQUIRED TO INHIBIT DIFFERENTIATION OF AVIAN ERYTHROID PROGENITORS

      Molecular endocrinology
    41. SELMIRUBY S; CASANOVA J; MALHOTRA S; ROUSSETT B; RAAKA BM; SAMUELS HH
      ROLE OF THE CONSERVED C-TERMINAL REGION OF THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR-ALPHA IN LIGAND-DEPENDENT TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION

      Molecular and cellular endocrinology
    42. MIYOSHI Y; NAKAMURA H; TAGAMI T; SASAKI S; DORIN RI; TANIYAMA M; NAKAO K
      COMPARISON OF THE FUNCTIONAL-PROPERTIES OF 3 DIFFERENT TRUNCATED THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTORS IDENTIFIED IN SUBJECTS WITH RESISTANCE TO THYROID-HORMONE

      Molecular and cellular endocrinology
    43. BAUER A; MIKULITS W; LAGGER G; STENGL G; BROSCH G; BEUG H
      THE THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR FUNCTIONS AS A LIGAND-OPERATED DEVELOPMENTAL SWITCH BETWEEN PROLIFERATION AND DIFFERENTIATION OF ERYTHROID PROGENITORS

      EMBO journal (Print)
    44. Ciana, P; Braliou, GG; Demay, FG; von Lindern, M; Barettino, D; Beug, H; Stunnenberg, HG
      Leukemic transformation by the v-ErbA oncoprotein entails constitutive binding to and repression of an erythroid enhancer in vivo

      EMBO JOURNAL
    45. TZAGARAKISFOSTER C; PRIVALSKY ML
      PHOSPHORYLATION OF THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTORS BY PROTEIN-KINASE-A REGULATES DNA RECOGNITION BY SPECIFIC-INHIBITION OF RECEPTOR MONOMER BINDING

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    46. TAGAMI T; JAMESON JL
      NUCLEAR COREPRESSORS ENHANCE THE DOMINANT-NEGATIVE ACTIVITY OF MUTANTRECEPTORS THAT CAUSE RESISTANCE TO THYROID-HORMONE

      Endocrinology
    47. LIU Y; TAKESHITA A; MISITI S; CHIN WW; YEN PM
      LACK OF COACTIVATOR INTERACTION CAN BE A MECHANISM FOR DOMINANT-NEGATIVE ACTIVITY BY MUTANT THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTORS

      Endocrinology
    48. FLAMANT F; SAMARUT J
      INVOLVEMENT OF THYROID-HORMONE AND ITS ALPHA-RECEPTOR IN AVIAN NEURULATION

      Developmental biology
    49. PANZENBOCK B; BARTUNEK P; MAPARA MY; ZENKE M
      GROWTH AND DIFFERENTIATION OF HUMAN STEM-CELL FACTOR ERYTHROPOIETIN-DEPENDENT ERYTHROID PROGENITOR CELLS IN-VITRO

      Blood
    50. POTTER JJ; WOMACK L; MEZEY E; ANANIA FA
      TRANSDIFFERENTIATION OF RAT HEPATIC STELLATE CELLS RESULTS IN LEPTIN EXPRESSION

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    51. Tagami, T; Lutz, WH; Kumar, R; Jameson, JL
      The interaction of the vitamin D receptor with nuclear receptor corepressors and coactivators

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    52. TENBAUM S; BANIAHMAD A
      NUCLEAR RECEPTORS - STRUCTURE, FUNCTION AND INVOLVEMENT IN DISEASE

      International journal of biochemistry & cell biology
    53. PERRIN MC; BLANCHET JP; MOUCHIROUD G
      MODULATION OF HUMAN AND MOUSE ERYTHROPOIESIS BY THYROID-HORMONE AND RETINOIC ACID - EVIDENCE FOR SPECIFIC EFFECTS AT DIFFERENT STEPS OF THEERYTHROID PATHWAY

      HEMATOLOGY AND CELL THERAPY
    54. BLUMBERG B
      AN ESSENTIAL ROLE FOR RETINOID SIGNALING IN ANTEROPOSTERIOR NEURAL SPECIFICATION AND NEURONAL DIFFERENTIATION

      SEMINARS IN CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    55. BAUER A; ULRICH E; ANDERSSON M; BEUG H; VONLINDERN M
      MECHANISM OF TRANSFORMATION BY V-ERBA - SUBSTITUTION FOR STEROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR FUNCTION IN SELF-RENEWAL INDUCTION

      Oncogene
    56. SHARPE CR; GOLDSTONE K
      RETINOID RECEPTORS PROMOTE PRIMARY NEUROGENESIS IN XENOPUS

      Development
    57. LI H; LEO C; SCHROEN DJ; CHEN JD
      CHARACTERIZATION OF RECEPTOR INTERACTION AND TRANSCRIPTIONAL REPRESSION BY THE COREPRESSOR SMRT

      Molecular endocrinology
    58. MUNOZ A; BERNAL J
      BIOLOGICAL-ACTIVITIES OF THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTORS

      European journal of endocrinology
    59. VLAEMINCKGUILLEM V; WEMEAU JL
      SYNDROMES OF RESISTANCE TO THYROID-HORMON E - MOLECULAR AND PATHOGENIC BASIS

      MS. Medecine sciences
    60. MULLER Y; CLOS J
      IS THYROID-HORMONE A CLOCK-GOVERNING HORM ONE DURING THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      MS. Medecine sciences
    61. LIN HY; YEN PM; DAVIS FB; DAVIS PJ
      PROTEIN SYNTHESIS-DEPENDENT POTENTIATION BY THYROXINE OF ANTIVIRAL ACTIVITY OF INTERFERON-GAMMA

      American journal of physiology. Cell physiology
    62. LI R; LUCIAKOVA K; ZAID A; BETINA S; FRIDELL E; NELSON BD
      THYROID-HORMONE ACTIVATES TRANSCRIPTION FROM THE PROMOTER REGIONS OF SOME HUMAN NUCLEAR-ENCODED GENES OF THE OXIDATIVE-PHOSPHORYLATION SYSTEM

      Molecular and cellular endocrinology
    63. ESSNER JJ; BREUER JJ; ESSNER RD; FAHRENKRUG SC; HACKETT PB
      THE ZEBRAFISH THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR ALPHA-1 IS EXPRESSED DURING EARLY EMBRYOGENESIS AND CAN FUNCTION IN TRANSCRIPTIONAL REPRESSION

      Differentiation
    64. SAATCIOGLU F; LOPEZ G; WEST BL; ZANDI E; FENG WJ; LU HP; ESMAILI A; APRILETTI JW; KUSHNER PJ; BAXTER JD; KARIN M
      MUTATIONS IN THE CONSERVED C-TERMINAL SEQUENCE IN THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR DISSOCIATE HORMONE-DEPENDENT ACTIVATION FROM INTERFERENCE WITH AP-1 ACTIVITY

      Molecular and cellular biology
    65. TAGAMI T; MADISON LD; NAGAYA T; JAMESON JL
      NUCLEAR RECEPTOR COREPRESSORS ACTIVATE RATHER THAN SUPPRESS BASAL TRANSCRIPTION OF GENES THAT ARE NEGATIVELY REGULATED BY THYROID-HORMONE

      Molecular and cellular biology
    66. HENTTU PMA; KALKHOVEN E; PARKER MG
      AF-2 ACTIVITY AND RECRUITMENT OF STEROID-RECEPTOR COACTIVATOR-1 TO THE ESTROGEN-RECEPTOR DEPEND ON A LYSINE RESIDUE CONSERVED IN NUCLEAR RECEPTORS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    67. BURCIN M; ARNOLD R; LUTZ M; KAISER B; RUNGE D; LOTTSPEICH F; FILIPPOVA GN; LOBANENKOV VV; RENKAWITZ R
      NEGATIVE PROTEIN-1, WHICH IS REQUIRED FOR FUNCTION OF THE CHICKEN LYSOZYME GENE SILENCER IN CONJUNCTION WITH HORMONE RECEPTORS, IS IDENTICAL TO THE MULTIVALENT ZINC-FINGER REPRESSOR CTCF

      Molecular and cellular biology
    68. CHENG XB; REGINATO MJ; ANDREWS NC; LAZAR MA
      THE TRANSCRIPTIONAL INTEGRATOR CREB-BINDING PROTEIN MEDIATES POSITIVECROSS-TALK BETWEEN NUCLEAR HORMONE RECEPTORS AND THE HEMATOPOIETIC BZIP PROTEIN P45 NF-E2/

      Molecular and cellular biology
    69. QI JS; DESAIYAJNIK V; YUAN YP; SAMUELS HH
      CONSTITUTIVE ACTIVATION OF GENE-EXPRESSION BY THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR RESULTS FROM REVERSAL OF P53-MEDIATED REPRESSION

      Molecular and cellular biology
    70. LIN BC; HONG SH; KRIG S; YOH SM; PRIVALSKY ML
      A CONFORMATIONAL SWITCH IN NUCLEAR HORMONE RECEPTORS IS INVOLVED IN COUPLING HORMONE-BINDING TO COREPRESSOR RELEASE

      Molecular and cellular biology
    71. WESSELY O; DEINER EM; BEUG H; VONLINDERN M
      THE GLUCOCORTICOID RECEPTOR IS A KEY REGULATOR OF THE DECISION BETWEEN SELF-RENEWAL AND DIFFERENTIATION IN ERYTHROID PROGENITORS

      EMBO journal
    72. FRAICHARD A; CHASSANDE O; PLATEROTI M; ROUX JP; TROUILLAS J; DEHAY C; LEGRAND C; GAUTHIER K; KEDINGER M; MALAVAL L; ROUSSET B; SAMARUT J
      THE T3R-ALPHA GENE ENCODING A THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR IS ESSENTIAL FOR POSTNATAL-DEVELOPMENT AND THYROID-HORMONE PRODUCTION

      EMBO journal
    73. WONG JM; SHI YB; WOLFFE AP
      DETERMINANTS OF CHROMATIN DISRUPTION AND TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATION INSTIGATED BY THE THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR - HORMONE-REGULATED CHROMATIN DISRUPTION IS NOT SUFFICIENT FOR TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION

      EMBO journal
    74. NAGY L; KAO HY; CHAKRAVARTI D; LIN RJ; HASSIG CA; AYER DE; SCHREIBER SL; EVANS RM
      NUCLEAR RECEPTOR REPRESSION MEDIATED BY A COMPLEX CONTAINING SMRT, MSIN3A, AND HISTONE DEACETYLASE

      Cell
    75. HUBERGIESEKE T; PERNIN A; HUBER O; BURGER AG; MEIER CA
      LACK OF LOSS OF HETEROZYGOSITY AT THE C-ERBA-BETA LOCUS IN GASTROINTESTINAL TUMORS

      Oncology
    76. COLLINGWOOD TN; RAJANAYAGAM O; ADAMS M; WAGNER R; CAVAILLES V; KALKHOVEN E; MATTHEWS C; NYSTROM E; STENLOF K; LINDSTEDT G; TISELL L; FLETTERICK RJ; PARKER MG; CHATTERJEE VKK
      A NATURAL TRANSACTIVATION MUTATION IN THE THYROID-HORMONE BETA-RECEPTOR - IMPAIRED INTERACTION WITH PUTATIVE TRANSCRIPTIONAL MEDIATORS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    77. ZUO FR; KRAUS RJ; GULICK T; MOORE DD; MERTZ JE
      DIRECT MODULATION OF SIMIAN-VIRUS-40 LATE GENE-EXPRESSION BY THYROID-HORMONE AND ITS RECEPTOR

      Journal of virology
    78. MOUNIER C; CHEN WZ; KLAUTKY SA; GOODRIDGE AG
      CYCLIC AMP-MEDIATED INHIBITION OF TRANSCRIPTION OF THE MALIC ENZYME GENE IN CHICK-EMBRYO HEPATOCYTES IN CULTURE - CHARACTERIZATION OF A CIS-ACTING ELEMENT FAR UPSTREAM OF THE PROMOTER

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    79. WILKINSON JR; TOWLE HC
      IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE AF-1 TRANSACTIVATION DOMAIN OF THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR BETA-1

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    80. ZHANG F; YAJIMA T; MASUDA H; ODANI A; YAMAUCHI O
      WEAK-INTERACTIONS IN TERNARY COPPER(II) COMPLEXES WITH IODOTYROSINATES - BIOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THE IODINES IN THYROID-HORMONES

      Inorganic chemistry
    81. ANDERSSON ML; VENNSTROM B
      CHICKEN THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR-ALPHA REQUIRES THE N-TERMINAL AMINO-ACIDS FOR EXCLUSIVE NUCLEAR-LOCALIZATION

      FEBS letters
    82. SUNAGA S; MAKI K; LAGASSE E; BLANCO JCG; OZATO K; MIYAZAKI J; IKUTA K
      MYELOID DIFFERENTIATION IS IMPAIRED IN TRANSGENIC MICE WITH TARGETED EXPRESSION OF A DOMINANT-NEGATIVE FORM OF RETINOID-X RECEPTOR-BETA

      British Journal of Haematology
    83. MIYOSHI Y; NAKAO K
      A MUTANT THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR BETA-1 IDENTIFIED IN A PATIENT WITHRESISTANCE TO THYROID-HORMONE INHIBITS THE ACTIVITIES OF NOT ONLY THEWILD-TYPE TRS, BUT ALSO OTHER NUCLEAR RECEPTORS

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    84. WAHLSTROM GM; HARBERS M; VENNSTROM B
      THE ONCOPROTEIN P75(GAG-V-ERBA) REPRESSES THYROID-HORMONE INDUCED TRANSCRIPTION ONLY VIA RESPONSE ELEMENTS CONTAINING PALINDROMIC HALF-SITES

      Oncogene
    85. TRAPASSO F; MARTELLI ML; BATTAGLIA C; ANGOTTI E; MELE E; STELLA A; SAMARUT J; AVVEDIMENTO VE; FUSCO A
      THE V-ERBA ONCOGENE SELECTIVELY INHIBITS IODIDE UPTAKE IN RAT-THYROIDCELLS

      Oncogene
    86. BRIEGEL K; BARTUNEK P; STENGL G; LIM KC; BEUG H; ENGEL JD; ZENKE M
      REGULATION AND FUNCTION OF TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR GATA-1 DURING RED-BLOOD-CELL DIFFERENTIATION

      Development
    87. TATE BF; ALLENBY G; PEREZ JR; LEVIN AA; GRIPPO JF
      SYSTEMATIC ANALYSIS OF THE AF-2 DOMAIN OF HUMAN RETINOIC ACID RECEPTOR-ALPHA REVEALS AMINO-ACIDS CRITICAL FOR TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION AND CONFORMATIONAL INTEGRITY

      The FASEB journal
    88. SANDE S; PRIVALSKY ML
      IDENTIFICATION OF TRACS (T-3 RECEPTOR-ASSOCIATING COFACTORS), A FAMILY OF COFACTORS THAT ASSOCIATE WITH, AND MODULATE THE ACTIVITY OF, NUCLEAR HORMONE RECEPTORS

      Molecular endocrinology
    89. MARCHAL S; CASSARMALEK I; RODIER A; WRUTNIAK C; CABELLO G
      MOLECULAR-BASIS OF TRIIODOTHYRONINE MYOGE NIC INFLUENCE

      MS. Medecine sciences
    90. BEUG H; BAUER A; DOLZNIG H; VONLINDERN M; LOBMAYER L; MELLITZER G; STEINLEIN P; WESSELY O; MULLNER E
      AVIAN ERYTHROPOIESIS AND ERYTHROLEUKEMIA - TOWARDS UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF THE BIOMOLECULES INVOLVED

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, CR. Reviews on cancer
    91. SCHULMAN IG; JUGUILON H; EVANS RM
      ACTIVATION AND REPRESSION BY NUCLEAR HORMONE RECEPTORS - HORMONE MODULATES AN EQUILIBRIUM BETWEEN ACTIVE AND REPRESSIVE STATES

      Molecular and cellular biology
    92. LENG X; COONEY AJ; TSAI SY; TSAI MJ
      MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF COUP-TF-MEDIATED TRANSCRIPTIONAL REPRESSION -EVIDENCE FOR TRANSREPRESSION AND ACTIVE REPRESSION

      Molecular and cellular biology
    93. RASCLE A; FERRAND N; GANDRILLON O; SAMARUT J
      MYB-ETS FUSION ONCOPROTEIN INHIBITS THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR C-ERBA AND RETINOIC ACID RECEPTOR FUNCTIONS - A NOVEL MECHANISM OF ACTION FOR LEUKEMOGENIC TRANSFORMATION BY E26 AVIAN RETROVIRUS/

      Molecular and cellular biology
    94. CLARET FX; ANTAKLY T; KARIN M; SAATCIOGLU F
      A SHIFT IN THE LIGAND RESPONSIVENESS OF THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR-ALPHA INDUCED BY HETERODIMERIZATION WITH RETINOID-X RECEPTOR-ALPHA

      Molecular and cellular biology
    95. BACHNOU N; SAULE S; DIETERLENLIEVRE F
      AN IDENTICAL EFFECT MEDIATED BY THYROID-DEFICIENCY OR ONCOGENE V-ERBAIN THE CHICK-EMBRYO

      The International journal of developmental biology
    96. FONDELL JD; GE H; ROEDER RG
      LIGAND INDUCTION OF A TRANSCRIPTIONALLY ACTIVE THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR COACTIVATOR COMPLEX

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    97. CHEN JD; UMESONO K; EVANS RM
      SMRT ISOFORMS MEDIATE REPRESSION AND ANTI-REPRESSION OF NUCLEAR RECEPTOR HETERODIMERS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    98. YANG YZ; BURGOSTRINIDAD M; WU YF; KOENIG RJ
      THYROID-HORMONE RECEPTOR VARIANT ALPHA-2 - ROLE OF THE 9TH HEPTAD IN DNA-BINDING, HETERODIMERIZATION WITH RETINOID-X RECEPTORS, AND DOMINANT-NEGATIVE ACTIVITY

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    99. HOLLENBERG AN; MONDEN T; MADURA JP; LEE K; WONDISFORD FE
      FUNCTION OF NUCLEAR CO-REPRESSOR PROTEIN ON THYROID-HORMONE RESPONSE ELEMENTS IS REGULATED BY THE RECEPTOR A B DOMAIN/

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    100. TOMICCANIC M; DAY D; SAMUELS HH; FREEDBERG IM; BLUMENBERG M
      NOVEL REGULATION OF KERATIN GENE-EXPRESSION BY THYROID-HORMONE AND RETINOID RECEPTORS

      The Journal of biological chemistry


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