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2003Crosstalk between LXR and Toll-like receptor signaling mediates bacterial and viral antagonism of cholesterol metabolismCastrillo, Antonio ; Joseph, Sean B.; Vaidya, Sagar A.; Haberland, Margaret; Fogelman, Alan M., et alArtículo
2003The phospholipid transfer protein gene is a liver X receptor target expressed by macrophages in atherosclerotic lesionsLaffitte, Bryan A.; Joseph, Sean B.; Chen, Mingyi; Castrillo, Antonio ; Repa, Joyce, et alArtículo
2003Liver X receptor-dependent repression of matrix metalloproteinase-9 expression in macrophagesCastrillo, Antonio ; Joseph, Sean B.; Marathe, Chaitra; Mangelsdorf, David J.; Tontonoz, PeterArtículo
2003Activation of liver X receptor improves glucose tolerance through coordinate regulation of glucose metabolism in liver and adipose tissueLaffitte, Bryan A.; Chao, Lily C.; Li, Jing; Walczak, Robert; Hummasti, Sarah, et alArtículo
2003Reciprocal regulation of inflammation and lipid metabolism by liver X receptorsJoseph, Sean B.; Castrillo, Antonio ; Laffitte, Bryan A.; Mangelsdorf, David J.; Tontonoz, PeterArtículo
2004PPARs in atherosclerosis: The clot thickensCastrillo, Antonio ; Tontonoz, PeterReseña
2004Transcription of the Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor Gene in Macrophages Is Regulated by Liver X ReceptorsWalczak, Robert; Joseph, Sean B.; Laffitte, Bryan A.; Castrillo, Antonio ; Pei, Liming, et alArtículo
2004LXR-dependent gene expression is important for macrophage survival and the innate immune responseJoseph, Sean B.; Bradley, Michelle N.; Castrillo, Antonio ; Bruhn, Kevin W.; Mak, Puiying A., et alArtículo
2004Nuclear receptors in macrophage biology: At the crossroads of lipid metabolism and inflammationCastrillo, Antonio ; Tontonoz, PeterReseña
2005Induction of NR4A orphan nuclear receptor expression in macrophages in response to inflammatory stimuliPei, Liming; Castrillo, Antonio ; Chen, Mingyi; Hoffmann, Alexander; Tontonoz, PeterArtículo
2005A role for the apoptosis inhibitory factor AIM/Spα/Api6 in atherosclerosis developmentArai, Satoko; Shelton, John M.; Chen, Mingyi; Bradley, Michelle N.; Castrillo, Antonio , et alArtículo
2006A role for IRF3-dependent RXRα repression in hepatotoxicity associated with viral infectionsChow, Edward K.; Castrillo, Antonio ; Shahangian, Arash; Pei, Liming; O'Connell, Ryan M., et alArtículo
2006Regulation of macrophage inflammatory gene expression by the orphan nuclear receptor Nur77Pei, Liming; Castrillo, Antonio ; Tontonoz, PeterArtículo
2006The arginase II gene is an anti-inflammatory target of liver X receptor in macrophagesMarathe, Chaitra; Bradley, Michelle N.; Hong, Cynthia; Lopez, Felix ; Ruiz De Galarreta, Carlos M., et alArtículo
2007N-acylthiadiazolines, a new class of liver X receptor agonists with selectivity for LXRβMolteni, Valentina; Li, Xiaolin; Nabakka, Juliet; Liang, Fang; Wityak, John, et alArtículo
2007Chlamydia pneumoniae-induced macrophage foam cell formation is mediated by toll-like receptor 2Cao, Fei; Castrillo, Antonio ; Tontonoz, Peter; Re, Fabio; Byrne, Gerald I.Artículo
2008Arginase I induction by modified lipoproteins in macrophages: A peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor-γ/δ-mediated effect that links lipid metabolism and immunityGallardo-Soler, Alejandro; Gómez-Nieto, Carlos; Campo, María Luisa; Marathe, Chaitra; Tontonoz, Peter, et alArtículo
2009Apoptotic Cells Promote Their Own Clearance and Immune Tolerance through Activation of the Nuclear Receptor LXRA-Gonzalez, Noelia; Bensinger, Steven J.; Hong, Cynthia; Beceiro Casas, Susana ; Bradley, Michelle N., et alArtículo
2012Coordinate regulation of neutrophil homeostasis by liver X receptors in miceHong, Cynthia; Kidani, Yoko; A-Gonzalez, Noelia; Phung, Tram; Ito, Ayaka, et alArtículo
2013The nuclear receptor LXRα controls the functional specialization of splenic macrophagesA-Gonzalez, Noelia; Guillen Salgado, Jose A. ; Gallardo Campos, Germán ; Díaz Sarmiento, María Mercedes ; de la Rosa, Juan Vladimir , et alArtículonuclear_receptor_lxra.pdf.jpg