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Keratinocyte-specific retinoid regulation of human cellular retinoic acid binding protein-II gene promoter requires sufficient levels of retinoid receptors and an evolutionarily conserved DR1 RA-responsive element



Keratinocyte-specific retinoid regulation of human cellular retinoic acid binding protein-II gene promoter requires sufficient levels of retinoid receptors and an evolutionarily conserved DR1 RA-responsive element



Journal of Dermatological Science 16(Suppl. 1): S22




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