retSDR1, a short-chain retinol dehydrogenase/reductase, is retinoic acid-inducible and frequently deleted in human neuroblastoma cell lines.

@article{Cerignoli2002retSDR1AS,
  title={retSDR1, a short-chain retinol dehydrogenase/reductase, is retinoic acid-inducible and frequently deleted in human neuroblastoma cell lines.},
  author={Fabio Cerignoli and Xiaojia Guo and Beatrice Cardinali and Christian Rinaldi and Jessica B. Casaletto and Luigi Frati and Isabella Screpanti and Lorraine J Gudas and Alberto Gulino and Carol J. Thiele and Giuseppe Giannini},
  journal={Cancer research},
  year={2002},
  volume={62 4},
  pages={
          1196-204
        }
}
Vitamin A is required for a number of developmental processes and for the homeostatic maintenance of several adult differentiated tissues and organs. In human neuroblastoma (NB) cells as well as some other tumor types, pharmacological doses of retinoids are able to control growth and induce differentiation in vitro and in vivo. In a search for new genes that are regulated by retinoids and that contribute to the biological effects retinoids have on NB cells, we have isolated five differentially… CONTINUE READING

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