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Table 4 28 out of 43 nuclear receptors in classes I–IV are highly expressed in the human muscle, trachea, nerve, and other tissues

From: A comprehensive data mining study shows that most nuclear receptors act as newly proposed homeostasis-associated molecular pattern receptors

Gene Human tissues
Adipose tissue Adrenal gland Brain Eye Heart Intestine Kidney Liver Lymph node Muscle Nerve Pancreas Skin Spleen Stomach Trachea
Class I—thyroid hormone receptor-like (15 out of 19)
THRA    * * *      * *      
THRB           *       *
RARA                 *
RARB     *    * *         *
RARG                 *
PPARA   *      * *   * *      
PPARD            *      *
PPARG *      *      *      
NR1D1     *       * * *     *
NR1D2     *       *       
RORA   *         *    *    
RORC   *     * * * * *       *
NR1H3 *     *      *     *   
NR1H2           *       
 VDR                 *
Class II—retinoid X receptor-like (5 out of 12)
RXRA           *       
RXRB                 *
NR2C2          * *       *
NR2F2 *    *       * * *     
NR2F6     *             
Class III—estrogen receptor-like (5 out of 9)
ESR1   *         *       *
ESRRA        *   * *   *     
NR3C2     * *      *      * *
 PGR      *   * *   * *      
 AR            * *     *
Class IV—nerve growth factor IB-like (3 out of 3)
NR4A1 *                
NR4A2   * *         *      *
NR4A3 * *         * *      
  1. *High expression