Cloning, genomic organization, and expression analysis of zebrafish nuclear receptor coactivator, TIF2.

@article{Tan2005CloningGO,
  title={Cloning, genomic organization, and expression analysis of zebrafish nuclear receptor coactivator, TIF2.},
  author={J Tan and Sue-Ing Quek and Woon Khiong Chan},
  journal={Zebrafish},
  year={2005},
  volume={2 1},
  pages={
          33-46
        }
}
Thyroid hormone receptors (TRs) are involved in numerous diverse biological processes such as growth and differentiation, thermogenesis, neurulation, homeostasis, and metamorphosis. In zebrafish, TRbeta1 has been implicated to be involved in the obligatory embryonic-to-larval transitory phase. In order to understand if nuclear receptor coactivators could modulate the transcriptional activities of TRs during this transitory phase, the transcriptionary intermediary factor 2 (TIF2), a member of… Expand
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