Genes, erbA


Gene, THRA

Gene, THRB

Genes, THRA

Genes, THRB

Genes, TR alpha

Genes, TR beta

Genes, TR-alpha

Genes, TR-beta

Genes, erbA alpha

Genes, erbA beta

Genes, erbA-alpha

Genes, erbA-beta


THRA Genes


THRB Genes

TR alpha Gene

TR alpha Genes

TR beta Gene

TR beta Genes

TR-alpha Gene

TR-alpha Genes

TR-beta Gene

TR-beta Genes

alpha Gene, TR

alpha Gene, erbA

alpha Genes, TR

alpha Genes, erbA

beta Gene, TR

beta Gene, erbA

beta Genes, TR

beta Genes, erbA

c erbA Genes

c erbA Proto Oncogenes

c-erbA Gene

c-erbA Genes

c-erbA Proto-Oncogene

c-erbA Proto-Oncogenes

erbA Gene

erbA Genes

erbA alpha Gene

erbA alpha Genes

erbA beta Gene

erbA beta Genes

erbA-alpha Gene

erbA-alpha Genes

erbA-beta Gene

erbA-beta Genes

v erbA Genes

v erbA Oncogenes

v-erbA Gene

v-erbA Genes

v-erbA Oncogene

v-erbA Oncogenes

Genes related to the erbA DNA sequence that was first isolated from the avian erythroblastosis virus (ERYTHROBLASTOSIS VIRUS, AVIAN), v-erbA. In cells, erbA genes encode thyroid hormone receptors (RECEPTORS, THYROID HORMONE). Two distinct c-erbA genes have been identified: erbA-alpha located at 17q21; and erbA-beta located at 3p24. Truncations at the N- and C-terminals of erbA result in products resembling v-erbA. Truncations affect hormone responsiveness but not DNA binding capacity.