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Suppression of human pancreatic cancer cell proliferation by AGN194204, an RXR-selective retinoid

Characterization of EcR and RXR Homologues in the Ixodid Tick, Amblyomma americanum (L.)1

RAR/RXR binding dynamics distinguish pluripotency from differentiation associated cis-regulatory elements

DNA Bending by the Silencer Protein NeP1 Is Modulated by TR and RXR

Gene-Specific TCDD Suppression of RARα- and RXR-Mediated Induction of Tissue Transglutaminase

214Inhibition of LXR/RXR pathway through septal pacing: novel mechanism of myopathy induced by pacing

Cellular Retinoic Acid-binding Protein Ii: a Coactivator of the Transactivation by the Retinoic Acid Receptor Complex Rar.Rxr

MN1 affects expression of genes involved in hematopoiesis and can enhance as well as inhibit RAR/RXR-induced gene expression

Characterization of EcR and RXR Gene Homologs and Receptor Expression During the Molt Cycle in the Crab, Uca pugilator 1

Multiple parameters determine the specificity of transcriptional response by nuclear receptors HNF-4, ARP-1, PPAR, RAR and RXR through common response elements

Delivery of steric block morpholino oligomers by (R-X-R)4 peptides: structure–activity studies

Rapid Divergence of the Ecdysone Receptor in Diptera and Lepidoptera Suggests Coevolution Between ECR and USP-RXR

Retinoids Activate the RXR/SXR-Mediated Pathway and Induce the Endogenous CYP3A4 Activity in Huh7 Human Hepatoma Cells

A Novel Type of Retinoic Acid Response Element in the Second Intron of the Mouse H2K b Gene is Activated by the RAR/RXR Heterodimer

Examination of VDR/RXR/DRIP205 Interaction, Intranuclear Localization, and DNA Binding in Ras-Transformed Keratinocytes and Its Implication for Designing Optimal Vitamin D Therapy in Cancer

 

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The retinoid X receptor, so called because its ligand was originally unknown, now known to be 9‐cis‐retinoic acid. See vitamin A.

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