Nuclear Receptor Signaling publishes primary research articles, reviews, methods and dataset reports in all mechanistic, functional and pathological aspects of nuclear receptor and coregulator signaling. The Editors-in-Chief welcome submissions representing the broad range of disciplines in this field, including cell biology, biochemistry, physiology, chemistry, pharmacology and informatics, as well as clinical and translational studies. The scope of this journal is to act as a unique, pan-disciplinary home for innovative and insightful research in nuclear receptor signaling.  


McKenna NJ, Evans RM and O'Malley BW (2014) Nuclear Receptor Signaling: A Home For Nuclear Receptor and Coregulator Signaling ResearchNucl Recept Signal 12, e006. doi:10.1621/nrs.12006 | Full text

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Divekar SD, Tiek DM, Fernandez A and Riggins RB (2016) Estrogen-related receptor β (ERRβ) – renaissance receptor or receptor renaissance?. Nucl Recept Signal 14, e002. doi:10.1621/nrs.14002 | Full Text

Zheng Y and Murphy LC (2016) Regulation of steroid hormone receptors and coregulators during the cell cycle highlights potential novel function in addition to roles as transcription factors. Nucl Recept Signal 14, e001. doi:10.1621/nrs.14001 | Full Text

Thomas AL, Coarfa C, Qian J, Wilkerson JJ, Rajapakshe K, Krett NL, Gunaratne PH and Rosen ST (2015) Identification of potential glucocorticoid receptor therapeutic targets in multiple myeloma. Nucl Recept Signal 13, e006. doi:10.1621/nrs.13006 | Full Text

MacKrell JG, Yaden BC, Bullock H, Chen K, Shetler P, Bryant HU and Krishnan V (2015) Molecular Targets of Androgen Signaling that Characterize Skeletal Muscle Recovery and Regeneration. Nucl Recept Sig 13, e005 | Full Text

Puhl A, Milton F, Cvoro A, Sieglaff D, Campos J, Bernardes A, Filguiera C, Lindemann JL, Deng T, Neves F, Polikarpov I and Webb P (2015) Mechanisms of peroxisome proliferator activated receptor-γ regulation by non-steroidal antiinflammatory drugs. Nucl Recept Sig 13, e004 | Full text


The constitutive androstane receptor is a promiscuous target for diverse xenobiotics.

From: Oshida K, et al. (2015) Identification of chemical modulators of the constitutive activated receptor (CAR) in a gene expression compendium. Nucl Recept Signal 13, e002