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  • Philippe Kastner, Andrée Krust, +4 authors Pierre Chambon
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The EMBO journal
  • 1990 (First Publication: 1 May 1990)
  • The human progesterone receptor (hPR) cDNA, synthesized from T47D breast cancer cells, and the hPR gene 5'-flanking region were cloned and sequenced. Comparison of the cDNA-deduced amino acidExpand
  • Johannes J. Voegel, M J Heine, Christina Zechel, Pierre Chambon, Hinrich Gronemeyer
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The EMBO journal
  • 1996 (First Publication: 1 July 1996)
  • Nuclear receptors (NRs) act as ligand-inducible transcription factors which regulate the expression of target genes upon binding to cognate response elements. The ligand-dependent activity of the NRExpand
  • Johannes J. Voegel, M J Heine, M. C. Tini, V Vivat, Pierre Chambon, Hinrich Gronemeyer
  • Medicine, Biology
  • The EMBO journal
  • 1998 (First Publication: 15 January 1998)
  • The nuclear receptor (NR) coactivator TIF2 possesses a single NR interaction domain (NID) and two autonomous activation domains, AD1 and AD2. The TIF2 NID is composed of three NR-interacting modulesExpand
  • William Bourguet, Philippe Germain, Hinrich Gronemeyer
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Trends in pharmacological sciences
  • 2000 (First Publication: 1 October 2000)
  • Nuclear receptors are members of a large family of ligand-inducible transcription factors that regulate gene programs underlying a plethora of (patho)physiological phenomena. The recent determinationExpand
  • Bin He, Jon A. Kemppainen, Johannes J. Voegel, Hinrich Gronemeyer, Elizabeth M. Wilson
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of Biological Chemistry
  • 1999 (First Publication: 24 December 1999)
  • Activation function 2 in the ligand binding domain of nuclear receptors forms a hydrophobic cleft that binds the LXXLL motif of p160 transcriptional coactivators. Here we provide evidence thatExpand