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D. D. D. + (+) 37,38 RAR! and RAR# + ++ +++ 68 RXR! and RXR∀ + ++ +++ 68 TR + + ++ 114,115 PPAR∃ - + ++ 67 PPAR# - (+) ++ 54 AhR + (+) - 158-161 Arnt + (+) - 158,159 continued on next page The ability of retinoic acid (RA) and synthetic retinoids to promote or inhibit differentiation processes has been recognized for several years. At supraphysiological concentrations, RA inhibits adipogenesis of clonal and primary preadipocytes via RA receptors (RARs). 67 Fatty acids have been shown to act as hormones as the main adipogenic component of serum that has been identified is arachidonic acid (AA).
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