Print Email Facebook Twitter Retinoid signalling during embryogenesis Title Retinoid signalling during embryogenesis Author Pijnappel, W.W.M. Hendriks, H.F.J. Durston, A.J. TNO Voeding Publication year 1996 Abstract Conclusion: Retinoids are suspected to have multiple functions during embryogenesis, which are carried out via various different signal transduction pathways involving active retinoids and nuclear retinoid receptors. Research focuses on the identification of the retinoid signal transduction components involved, and on their specific functions during development. Recent findings in this field are discussed. Chemicals/CAS: Receptors, Retinoic Acid; Retinoids Subject Central nervous systemEmbryogenesisNuclear receptorsRetinoidsVitamin Acell nucleus receptorretinoic acidretinoic acid receptorretinoidretinoid x receptorvitamin receptorconference paperembryo developmenthumansignal transductionAnimalsCell NucleusCentral Nervous SystemEmbryonic and Fetal DevelopmentExtremitiesHumansReceptors, Retinoic AcidRetinoidsSignal Transduction To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:258dac62-b86f-43d0-97ba-527ddcffb5cf TNO identifier 68786 Source European Jounal of Clinical Nutrition, 50 (suppl. 3), 29-31 Document type article Files To receive the publication files, please send an e-mail request to TNO Library.