In the hepatic response to fasting, PGC-1[alpha] has been shown to coordinate the induction of gluconeogenic enzymes by coactivating such liver-enriched transcription factors as hepatocyte nuclear factor 4[alpha] (HNF4[alpha]) and forkhead box O1 protein (FOXO1), as well as the glucocorticoid receptor (3).
What does HNF stand for?
HNF stands for hepatocyte nuclear factor
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- Health, Nursing and Environmental Studies (York University; Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
- Holographic NEural Technology (AND Corporation)
- Health Network for Evaluation and Training Systems (University of Houston; Texas)
- Hanford (Amtrak station code; Hanford, CA)
- Head Normal Form (lambda calculus)
- Head, Neck and Face
- Health News Florida, Inc. (not-for-profit health journal; est. 2007; formerly Florida Health News, Inc; St. Petersburg, FL)
- Heinz Nixdorf Museumsforum (Paderborn, Germany)
- Helena National Forest (Montana)
- Helmut Newton Foundation (Germany)
- Hereditary Nephritis Foundation
- HIPPI Network Forum
- Historic Naval Fiction (website)
- Hokkaido National Fisheries Research Institute (Japan)
- Project Hanford Management System Management Directive
- Project Hanford Management System (Management) Plan
- Project Hanford Management System Policy
- Project Hanford Management System Procedure
- Hepatocyte Nuclear Factor 1
- Hepatocyte Nuclear Factor 3
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Both primary and secondary pollutants affected hepatocyte nuclear factor 4[alpha] signaling, which plays a role in the function of organs such as the kidney, liver, and intestine.
About 70% of MODY cases result from a mutation in the hepatocyte nuclear factor 1-[alpha] (HNF1[alpha]) gene.