Cross-species transcriptomic analysis elucidates constitutive aryl hydrocarbon receptor activity

Abstract

Research on the aryl hydrocarbon receptor (AHR) has largely focused on variations in toxic outcomes resulting from its activation by halogenated aromatic hydrocarbons. But the AHR also plays key roles in regulating pathways critical for development, and after decades of research the mechanisms underlying physiological regulation by the AHR remain poorly… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/1471-2164-15-1053

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@inproceedings{Sun2014CrossspeciesTA, title={Cross-species transcriptomic analysis elucidates constitutive aryl hydrocarbon receptor activity}, author={Ren Sun and Lauren Chong and Trent T Simmons and Kathleen E. Houlahan and Stephenie D. Prokopec and John D. Watson and Ivy D. Moffat and Sanna Lensu and Jere Lind{\'e}n and Christine P’ng and Allan B. Okey and Raimo Pohjanvirta and Paul C. Boutros}, booktitle={BMC Genomics}, year={2014} }