Endogenously produced nonclassical vitamin D hydroxy-metabolites act as “biased” agonists on VDR and inverse agonists on RORα and RORγ

Andrzej T. Slominski, Tae Kang Kim, Judith V. Hobrath, Allen S.W. Oak, Edith K.Y. Tang, Elaine W. Tieu, Wei Li, Robert C. Tuckey, Anton M. Jetten

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