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List of bibliographic references

Number of relevant bibliographic references: 8.
Ident.Authors (with country if any)Title
000950 Marcus Quack [Allemagne] ; Christian Frank [Finlande] ; Carsten Carlberg [Allemagne, Finlande]Differential nuclear receptor signalling from DR4‐type response elements
000A50 Carsten Carlberg [Allemagne] ; Marcus Quack [Allemagne] ; Michaela Herdick [Allemagne] ; Yvonne Bury [Allemagne] ; Patsie Polly [Allemagne] ; Andrea Toell [Allemagne]Central role of VDR conformations for understanding selective actions of vitamin D3 analogues
000A82 Michaela Herdick [Allemagne] ; Andreas Steinmeyer [Allemagne] ; Carsten Carlberg [Allemagne]Carboxylic ester antagonists of 1α,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3 show cell-specific actions
000B16 Marcus Quack ; Carsten Carlberg [Allemagne]Ligand-triggered stabilization of vitamin D Receptor/Retinoid X receptor heterodimer conformations on DR4-type response elements
000C14 Andrea Toell [Allemagne] ; Stefan Degenhardt [Allemagne] ; Bernd Grabensee [Allemagne] ; Carsten Carlberg [Allemagne]Inhibitory effect of uremic solutions on protein‐DNA‐complex formation of the vitamin D receptor and other members of the nuclear receptor superfamily
000C80 Marcus Quack [Allemagne] ; Andreas Clarin [Allemagne] ; Ernst Binderup [Danemark] ; Fredrik Björkling [Danemark] ; Christina M Rk Hansen [Danemark] ; Carsten Carlberg [Allemagne]Structural variants of the vitamin D analogue EB1089 reduce its ligand sensitivity and promoter selectivity
000D50 Carina Danielsson [Suisse] ; Ida S. Mathiasen [Danemark] ; Sharon Y. James [Royaume-Uni] ; Sepideh Nayeri [Suisse] ; Claus Bretting [Danemark] ; Christina M Rk Hansen [Danemark] ; Kay W. Colston [Royaume-Uni] ; Carsten Carlberg [Suisse, Allemagne]Sensitive induction of apoptosis in breast cancer cells by a novel 1,25‐dihydroxyvitamin D3 analogue shows relation to promoter selectivity
000D78 Patsie Polly [Australie, Allemagne] ; Carsten Carlberg [Allemagne] ; John A. Eisman [Australie] ; Nigel A. Morrison [Australie]1α,25‐Dihydroxyvitamin D3 receptor as a mediator of transrepression of retinoid signaling

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