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Structural Chemistry in Protein

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Structural Bioinformatics

   Nuclear Receptor

Retinoid X Receptor Ligand Binding Domain


Folding Mechanism and Agonism and Atagonism Theory of the Ligand-binding Domain in the Nuclear Receptor Superfamily

Motonori Tsuji. Local Motifs Involved in the Canonical Structure of the Ligand-Binding Domain in the Nuclear Receptor Superfamily. J. Struct. biol., 185, 355-365, 2014.

The folding mechanism and the agonism and atagonism mechanism of the ligand-binding domain in the nuclear receptor superfamily


   Protein-Ligand Recognition Mechanism



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