Congratulations to James Watson.
With his scientifically superb enhancement and review of Johnny’s
original, James has established the standard for scientifically
useful posts to GRG. Yes, doing this is not quick and easy, but if
we are to actually understand and accomplish the goal that we all
maintain we with too then this is the standard that must be met by
all posters. BTW, I recognize that I am as guilty as anyone about
not posting to this standard. In future I will either post to this
standard or not post at all.
FYI to James and others.
A much shorter URL exists for all PMID links. For your first below
it would be simply: http://pmid.us/10360171 But I realize that it
may not be as quick to copy/paste PMID URLs this way because when
that link is used it is reloaded in the standard form that you gave
so that the PubMed software never presents URLs in this shorter
On 15-01-14 09:18 PM, James Watson
The link to the Salk Institute’s news release website did not
come through in your email.
Here is the URL: http://ift.tt/1Brmvkq
Here is a summary of what I found out about the FXR
The Farnesoid X receptor (FXR) is a bile acid nuclear
receptor that binds to bile acids (BA) like chenodeoxycholic
the cytoplasm of the cell. In many ways, it is like the
androgen receptor or the estrogen receptor, which are proteins
act as transcription factors (or repressors of transcription)
once they bind to androgen, estrogen, or the bile acid.
I had to delete the rest because my email appeared to not be able to
send a full reply to this type of message.