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Mechanism of RAR B2 Regulated Growth Inhibition (1996)


Mechanism of RAR B2 Regulated Growth Inhibition

Key words:

retinoic acid receptor beta 2

Research Institution:

Columbia University


New York


Monica Peacocke

Project Description:

Dr. Peacocke continued her studies on the role of various domains of the RAR-beta2 receptor in mediating the cell growth inhibitory effects of retinoids. The research examined if the DNA binding domain of RAR-beta2 and the ligand binding domain of RAR-beta2 are required to inhibit cell proliferation and anchorage-dependent growth.

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