PPAR transcriptional activator complex polymorphisms and the promise of individualized therapy for heart failure

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The PPAR gene pathway consists of interrelated genes that encode transcription factors, enzymes, and downstream targets which coordinately act to regulate cellular processes central to glucose and lipid metabolism. The pathway includes the PPAR genes themselves, other class II nuclear hormone receptor transcription factors within the PPAR family, PPAR co… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10741-008-9114-x

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@article{Mistry2008PPARTA, title={PPAR transcriptional activator complex polymorphisms and the promise of individualized therapy for heart failure}, author={Neville F. Mistry and Sharon Cresci}, journal={Heart Failure Reviews}, year={2008}, volume={15}, pages={197-207} }