A Unified Nomenclature System for the Nuclear Receptor Superfamily

@article{Auwerx1999AUN,
  title={A Unified Nomenclature System for the Nuclear Receptor Superfamily},
  author={Johan Auwerx and Etienne Emile Baulieu and Miguel Beato and Michael Becker-Andr{\'e} and Peter H. Burbach and Giovanna Camerino and Pierre Chambon and Austin John Cooney and Anne S. Dejean and Christine Dreyer and Ronald M. Evans and Frank Gannon and Vincent Gigu{\`e}re and Hinrich Gronemeyer and Jan-{\AA}ke Gustafsson and Vincent Laudet and Mitchell A. Lazar and David J. Mangelsdorf and Jeffrey Millbrandt and Edwin Milgrom and David D. Moore and Bert W. O’Malley and Maura Parker and Kathryn E R Parker and T. Perimann and Magnus Pfahl and Michael G. Rosenfeld and Herbert H. Samuels and Günther Schütz and Frances M. Sladek and Hendrik G. Stunnenberg and Michael Spedding and Carl S. Thummel and Ming-Jer Tsai and Kazuhiko Umesono and B. Vennstrom and Walter Wahli and C. Weinberg and Timothy M. Willson and K. R. Yamamoto},
  journal={Cell},
  year={1999},
  volume={97},
  pages={161-163}
}
unusual receptors that contain only one of the two conserved domains (C or E) were grouped into a separate subfamily (subfamily 0) irrespective of their evolutionary Nuclear hormone receptors (NRs) are important tran-origin. Within subfamilies, groups of receptors are de-scriptional regulators involved in widely diverse physio-fined as the most internal branches with bootstrap val-logical functions such as control of embryonic develop-ues above 90%. In this nomenclature system, the num-ment… Expand
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