Ligands that bind to and activate nuclear receptors include lipophilic substances such as endogenous hormones, vitamins A and D, and xenobiotic endocrine disruptors.
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Nuclear receptors (NR) are a superfamily of ligand-activated transcription factors that regulate development, reproduction, and metabolism of lipids, drugs and energy.
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Nuclear receptor coregulators  are a class of transcription coregulators that have been shown to be involved in any aspect of signaling by any member of the ...
Nuclear Receptor Signaling is a publication of the Nuclear Receptor Signaling Atlas (NURSA), an information portal for nuclear receptor signaling research
Expert-reviewed pathway providing a current overview Nuclear Receptor Signaling and links to products from Cell Signaling Technology.
Welcome to the Nuclear Receptor Resource website, dedicated to this important family of ligand-activated transcription factors. On these pages you will find some ...
nuclear receptor Any of a “superfamily” of soluble (non-membrane-bound) receptors for a constellation of physiologically active compounds (ligands), such as ...
Nuclear hormone receptors are ligand-activated transcription factors that regulate gene expression by interacting with specific DNA sequences upstream of their target ...