"Liver X Receptors" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus,
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Nuclear receptors that bind OXYSTEROLS and function as heterodimers with RETINOID X RECEPTORS. They have important functions in regulating cholesterol homeostasis, ENERGY METABOLISM; INFLAMMATION; and the immune response.
|Liver X Receptors
- Liver X Receptors
- Nuclear Oxysterol Receptors
- Oxysterol Receptors, Nuclear
- Liver X Receptor
Liver X Receptor Alpha
- Liver X Receptor Alpha
- Liver X Receptor-Alpha
- NR1H3 Protein
- LXRalpha Protein
- Nuclear Orphan Receptor LXR-Alpha
- Nuclear Orphan Receptor LXR Alpha
- Oxysterols Receptor LXR-Alpha
- LXR-Alpha, Oxysterols Receptor
- Oxysterols Receptor LXR Alpha
- Nuclear Receptor Subfamily 1, Group H, Member 3
- LXR-Alpha Protein
- LXR Alpha Protein
Liver X Receptor Beta
- Liver X Receptor Beta
- Liver X Receptor-Beta
- Nuclear Receptor Subfamily 1, Group H, Member 2
- Oxysterols Receptor LXR-Beta
- LXR-Beta, Oxysterols Receptor
- Oxysterols Receptor LXR Beta
- LXRbeta Protein
- NR1H2 Protein
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