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Roles of Chromatin remodeling proteins in nuclear receptor signaling How Nuclear Receptors Wrestle with SUMO - Modulating Nuclear Receptor Function via Sumoylation The Roles and Action Mechanisms of p160/SRC Coactivators and the ANCCA Coregulator in Cancer ROLES OF ASCOM-MLL3 and ASCOM-MLL4, HISTONE H3-LYSINE 4 METHYLTRANSFERASE COMPLEXES, IN NHR-MEDIATED GENE TRANSCRIPTION NR Repression: Mechanism and Physiological Implications Progesterone receptor action in leiomyoma and endometrial cancer Biochemical Analyses of Nuclear Receptor-Dependent Transcription with Chromatin Templates Emerging roles of the ubiquitin protein system in nuclear hormone receptor signaling Regulation of Metabolism by Nuclear Hormone Receptors Protein Arginine Methyltransferases: Nuclear receptor coregulators and beyond Nuclear receptors and their physiological functions, xenobiotic receptors as a case study
Regulatory Mechanisms in Transcriptional Signaling, volume of Progress in Molecular Biology and Translational Science, includes in-depth discussion on roles of Chromatin remodeling proteins in nuclear receptor signaling, and the ANCCA regulator in cancer.
This important resource, edited by Dr. Debabrata (Debu) Chakravarti, offers research on the progesterone receptor action in leiomyoma and endometrial cancer and emerging roles of the ubiquitin protein system in nuclear hormone receptor signaling to provide the reader with expert discussions of up-to-date research.
Researchers, professors and graduate students in biochemistry, chemistry, molecular biology, biotechnology, and medicine will value this volume of Progress in Molecular Biology and Translational Science.
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