Metabolism of all-trans-retinoic acid in hamster liver microsomes: oxidation of 4-hydroxy- to 4-keto-retinoic acid.

@article{Roberts1980MetabolismOA,
  title={Metabolism of all-trans-retinoic acid in hamster liver microsomes: oxidation of 4-hydroxy- to 4-keto-retinoic acid.},
  author={Anjeanette Roberts and Lois C. Lamb and Michael B. Sporn},
  journal={Archives of biochemistry and biophysics},
  year={1980},
  volume={199 2},
  pages={
          374-83
        }
}

Biliary metabolites of all-trans-retinoic acid in the rat.

Retinoic acid metabolism by a system reconstituted with cytochrome P-450.

Tissue dependence of retinoic acid metabolism in vivo.

OF THE 4-HYDROXYLATION OF RETINOIC ACIDS BY CYP 3 A 7 IN HUMAN FETAL HEPATIC TISSUES

The results indicated that the 4-hydroxylation of RA, catalyzed prenatally by CYP3A7, might play an important role in protecting the human fetus against RA-induced embryotoxins and teratogens.

Biliary metabolites of all-trans-retinoic acid in the rat: isolation and identification of a novel polar metabolite.

This metabolite represents the first taurine conjugate of a fat-soluble vitamin to be identified and accounts for 10% of the total biliary radioactivity.

Regulation of CYP26 (cytochrome P450RAI) mRNA expression and retinoic acid metabolism by retinoids and dietary vitamin A in liver of mice and rats

CYP26 expression and RA metabolism are regulated in adult liver not only acutely by RA administration, as may be relevant to retinoid therapy, but under chronic dietary conditions relevant to vitamin A nutrition in humans.

Highly specific cytochrome P450-like enzymes for all-trans-retinoic acid in T47D human breast cancer cells.

  • I. HanJ. H. Choi
  • Biology, Chemistry
    The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism
  • 1996
The RA-inducible 4- and 18-hydroxylases showed high specificity for RA and high levels of catalytic activities, with Km and maximum velocity values for 4-Hydroxylase equal to 99 nmol/L and 0.26 pmol/min.mg protein, respectively.
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