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The repressor DREAM acts as a transcriptional activator on Vitamin D and retinoic acid response elements

Prevention of Vitamin A Teratogenesis by Phytol or Phytanic Acid Results from Reduced Metabolism of Retinol to the Teratogenic Metabolite, All-trans-retinoic Acid

The Impact of a Package of Single Mega Dose of Vitamin A and Daily Supplementation of Iron, Folic Acid and Vitamin C in Improving Hemoglobin Levels

The effect of vitamin C on laboratory tests in haemodialysis patients: is there a relationship between the administered vitamin C dose and serum uric acid levels?

Recommended Levels of Folic Acid and Vitamin B12 Fortification: a Paho/Mod/Cdc Technical Consultation

Identification of a Response Element for Vitamin D3 and Retinoic Acid in the Promoter Region of the Human Fructose-1,6-bisphosphatase Gene

Comparison of fatty acid, cholesterol, and vitamin A and E composition in eggs from hens housed in conventional cage and range production facilities

High rate of maternal vitamin B12 deficiency nearly a decade after Canadian folic acid flour fortification

Low intake of calcium, folate, nicotinic acid, vitamin E, retinol, β-carotene and high intake of pantothenic acid, biotin and riboflavin are significantly associated with increased genome instability—results from a dietary intake and micronucleus index survey in South Australia

Retinoic Acid and Polyriboinosinic Acid Act Synergistically to Enhance the Antibody Response to Tetanus Toxoid during Vitamin A Deficiency: Possible Involvement of Interleukin-2 Receptor-β, Signal Transducer and Activator of Transcription-1, and Interferon Regulatory Factor-1

Improved folding of apo-retinol-binding protein in the periplasm of Escherichia coli: positive influences of dsbC coexpression and of an amino acid exchange in the vitamin A binding site.


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an alternative name (not recommended) for retinoic acid.

Subjects: Chemistry.

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