Special Issue "Selected Papers from the AHR Symposium 2022"
A special issue of Receptors (ISSN 2813-2564).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 December 2022) | Viewed by 5916
Interests: toxicology and molecular biology of estrogenic and antiestrogenic compounds; molecular mechanisms of estrogen receptor and Ah receptor action and their crosstalk in breast cancer; NR4A1 and Sp proteins as drug targets; long non-coding RNAs
This Special Issue is for the feature papers that were presented at the recent “AhR Symposium 2022: Toxicity to Therapeutics.” Prof. Dr. Tim Zacharewski and Prof. Dr. Steve Safe are serving as the co-editors.
Prof. Dr. Stephen H. Safe
Prof. Dr. Timothy R. Zacharewski
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