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

Andrzej T. Slominski (Lead / Corresponding author), 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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