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By Vincent Laudet

The FactsBook Series has proven itself because the most sensible resource of simply obtainable and actual proof approximately protein teams. They use an easy-to-follow structure and are researched and compiled through specialists within the box. This Factsbook is dedicated to nuclear receptors. the 1st part offers an creation and describes the mode of motion of the receptors more often than not. the second one component to the e-book comprises distinctive entries masking each one form of receptor.

  • Entries offer details on: Nomenclature and constitution, Isolation, DNA binding houses, Ligands, Expression, objective genes, Knockouts, affliction organization, Gene constitution, promoter and isoforms, Chromosomal situation, Amino acid sequences, Key references

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