Nuclear Receptors

Current Concepts and Future Challenges

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ISBN: 978-90-481-3302-4 (Print) 978-90-481-3303-1 (Online)

Table of contents (18 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xii

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    Pages 1-13

    Nuclear Receptors an Introductory Overview

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    Pages 15-29

    What does Evolution Teach us about Nuclear Receptors?

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    Pages 31-61

    Functions of Nuclear Receptors in Insect Development

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    Pages 63-89

    The Glucocorticoid Receptor

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    Pages 91-141

    Estrogen Receptors: Their Actions and Functional Roles in Health and Disease

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    Pages 143-182

    Androgen Receptor

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    Pages 183-201

    Thyroid Hormone Receptors

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    Pages 203-236

    The Vitamin D Receptor (NR1I1)

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    Pages 237-258

    Retinoic Acid Receptors

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    Pages 259-285

    PPARs: Important Regulators in Metabolism and Inflammation

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    Pages 287-305

    Xenobiotic Receptors CAR and PXR

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    Pages 307-326

    Fxr

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    Pages 327-343

    Physiological Functions of TR2 and TR4 Orphan Nuclear Receptor

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    Pages 345-363

    Nuclear Receptors and ATP Dependent Chromatin Remodeling: A Complex Story

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    Pages 365-379

    Non-Genomic Action of Sex Steroid Hormones

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    Pages 381-417

    Ligand Regulation and Nuclear Receptor Action

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    Pages 419-437

    New Insights to Nuclear Receptor Gene Regulation from Analysis of their Response Elements in Target Genes

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    Pages 439-453

    Systems Biology: Towards Realistic and Useful Models of Molecular Networks

  20. Back Matter

    Pages 455-457