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Rxra  -  retinoid X receptor alpha

Mus musculus

 
 
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Biological context of Rxra

 

Anatomical context of Rxra

 

Associations of Rxra with chemical compounds

  • These data demonstrate the presence of a complex circuitry in which RXRalpha is integrated into a number of diverse physiological pathways as a common regulatory component of cholesterol, fatty acid, bile acid, steroid, and xenobiotic metabolism and homeostasis [17].
  • These observations indicate that transcriptional processes which are inappropriately regulated in the mouse limb by exogenous RA require RXR alpha for their execution, and that specific teratogenic processes, as well as specific normal developmental processes under vitamin A control, occur through individual members of the RXR and RAR families [16].
  • To correlate the expression of FATP to its physiological function, treatment of 3T3-L1 adipocytes with PPARgamma and RXRalpha activators resulted in an increased uptake of oleate [19].
  • The expression patterns of the three mouse retinoic acid (RA) receptor gene isotypes (RARalpha, RARbeta, and RARgamma) and retinoid X receptor gene isotypes (RXRalpha, RXRbeta, and RXRgamma) have been investigated by in situ hybridization analysis of their RNA transcripts in the inner ear of mouse fetuses at 18.5 days of gestation [20].
  • The level was also increased by clofibrate treatment in wild-type mice without a concomitant increase of RXRalpha mRNA, but not in PPARalpha-null mice [21].
 

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Regulatory relationships of Rxra

 

Other interactions of Rxra

 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Rxra

  • At E12.5, before the embryonic lethality, we found no qualitative difference between wild type and Rxra(-/-) proliferation (BrdU incorporation) in outflow tract cushion tissue but a significant increase in apoptosis as assessed by both TUNEL labeling in paraffin sections and caspase activity in trypsin-dispersed hearts [14].
  • Levels of UCP1, RARalpha and RXRalpha in BAT were determined by immunoblotting [30].
  • Electrophoretic mobility shift assays showed that the repeat element was able to form retarded complexes with TR alpha homodimers, as well as with TR alpha-RXR alpha heterodimers [31].
  • In the present study, the expression of retinoic acid receptors (RAR alpha, beta and gamma) and retinoid X receptors (RXR alpha, beta and gamma) was examined by Northern blot analysis in rat adipose tissue and mouse 3T3-L1 adipose cells [32].
  • Purification and crystallization of the heterodimeric complex of RARbeta and RXRalpha ligand-binding domains in the active conformation [33].

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