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Wnt pathway activation: new relations and locations

, : Wnt pathway activation: new relations and locations. Cell 120(1): 11-14

Recent advances in the Writ signaling field reveal new components, such as a G protein and an atypical receptor tyrosine kinase, and novel connections between known components. In addition, different subcellular localization of receptors may help to explain distinctions between canonical and noncanonical Writ pathway activity.


PMID: 15652476

DOI: 10.1016/j.cell.2004.12.021

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