Nuclear receptor corepressor

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Structure of human nuclear receptor corepressor 2 SMRT (magenta, cyan) complex with retinoic acid receptor LBD (grey, green, pink, yellow) and the antagonistic ligand Rhein (PDB entry 3r2a)

3D Structures of nuclear receptor corepressor

Updated on 14-September-2020

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