Distinct Activation Function-2 (AF-2) Residues in RXR Determine Transactivation in the Context of VDR-RXR Heterodimers versus RXR-RXR Homodimers

Paul Thompson, LS Remus, JC Hsieh, PW Jurutka, GK Whitfield, MA Galligan, C Encinas Dominguez, CA Haussler, MR Haussler

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)211-227
JournalJournal of Molecular Endocrinology
Volume27
Publication statusPublished - 2001

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Thompson, P., Remus, LS., Hsieh, JC., Jurutka, PW., Whitfield, GK., Galligan, MA., Encinas Dominguez, C., Haussler, CA., & Haussler, MR. (2001). Distinct Activation Function-2 (AF-2) Residues in RXR Determine Transactivation in the Context of VDR-RXR Heterodimers versus RXR-RXR Homodimers. Journal of Molecular Endocrinology, 27, 211-227.