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SRC3Steroid Receptor Coactivator 3
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To determine if the reducing and dominant-negative activity of mER[beta]2 was in part due to differential and ligand-specific co-regulator recruitment, we co-transfected the mER[beta]2 or mER[beta]1expression plasmid with SRC1, SRC2, or SRC3 expression plasmid in HepG2 cells and then treated with [10.
Furthermore, mER[beta]2 exhibited reduced co-activation in the presence of EDCs, only selectively recruiting SRC2 or SRC3.
Silencing of either VDR, SRC2, or SRC3 resulted in decreases in specific glucosylceramide (GlcCer) species but not other lipids such as cholesterol and free fatty acids.