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A novel nuclear receptor superfamily member in Xenopus that associates with RXR, and shares extensive sequence similarity to the mammalian vitamin D3 receptor


, : A novel nuclear receptor superfamily member in Xenopus that associates with RXR, and shares extensive sequence similarity to the mammalian vitamin D3 receptor. Nucleic Acids Research 22(1): 66-71

We report the isolation of xONR1, a novel member of the nuclear receptor superfamily from Xenopus laevis. xONR1 shares a high degree of amino acid sequence identity with the mammalian receptor for 1 alpha, 25-dihydroxy vitamin D3, particularly within the DNA-binding domain, although it does not bind this ligand. xONR1 DNA binding is stimulated by association with retinoid X receptor gamma (RXR gamma).

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PMID: 8127656

DOI: 10.1093/nar/22.1.66


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