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Kaiso overexpression promotes intestinal inflammation and potentiates intestinal tumorigenesis in Apc(Min/+) mice.
Pierre CC, Longo J, Mavor M, Milosavljevic SB, Chaudhary R, Gilbreath E, Yates C, Daniel JM.
Biochim Biophys Acta. September 1, 2015; 1852 (9): 1846-55.

Derricin and derricidin inhibit Wnt/β-catenin signaling and suppress colon cancer cell growth in vitro.
Fonseca BF, Predes D, Cerqueira DM, Reis AH, Amado NG, Cayres MC, Kuster RM, Oliveira FL, Mendes FA, Abreu JG.
PLoS One. January 1, 2015; 10 (3): e0120919.

Novel β-carbolines against colorectal cancer cell growth via inhibition of Wnt/β-catenin signaling.
Li X, Bai B, Liu L, Ma P, Kong L, Yan J, Zhang J, Ye Z, Zhou H, Mao B, Zhu H, Li Y.
Cell Death Discov. January 1, 2015; 1 15033.

An unconventional secretory pathway mediates the cilia targeting of peripherin/rds.
Tian G, Ropelewski P, Nemet I, Lee R, Lodowski KH, Imanishi Y.
J Neurosci. January 15, 2014; 34 (3): 992-1006.

The human PDZome: a gateway to PSD95-Disc large-zonula occludens (PDZ)-mediated functions.
Belotti E, Polanowska J, Daulat AM, Audebert S, Thomé V, Lissitzky JC, Lembo F, Blibek K, Omi S, Lenfant N, Gangar A, Montcouquiol M, Santoni MJ, Sebbagh M, Aurrand-Lions M, Angers S, Kodjabachian L, Reboul J, Borg JP.
Mol Cell Proteomics. September 1, 2013; 12 (9): 2587-603.

Transgenic Xenopus laevis for live imaging in cell and developmental biology.
Takagi C, Sakamaki K, Morita H, Hara Y, Suzuki M, Kinoshita N, Ueno N.
Dev Growth Differ. May 1, 2013; 55 (4): 422-33.

Novel synthetic antagonists of canonical Wnt signaling inhibit colorectal cancer cell growth.
Waaler J, Machon O, von Kries JP, Wilson SR, Lundenes E, Wedlich D, Gradl D, Paulsen JE, Machonova O, Dembinski JL, Dinh H, Krauss S.
Cancer Res. January 1, 2011; 71 (1): 197-205.

Discovery, characterization, and structure-activity relationships of an inhibitor of inward rectifier potassium (Kir) channels with preference for Kir2.3, Kir3.x, and Kir7.1.
Raphemot R, Lonergan DF, Nguyen TT, Utley T, Lewis LM, Kadakia R, Weaver CD, Gogliotti R, Hopkins C, Lindsley CW, Denton JS.
Front Pharmacol. January 1, 2011; 2 75.

Gemcitabine functions epigenetically by inhibiting repair mediated DNA demethylation.
Schäfer A, Schomacher L, Barreto G, Döderlein G, Niehrs C.
PLoS One. November 18, 2010; 5 (11): e14060.

Regulation of the creatine transporter by AMP-activated protein kinase in kidney epithelial cells.
Li H, Thali RF, Smolak C, Gong F, Alzamora R, Wallimann T, Scholz R, Pastor-Soler NM, Neumann D, Hallows KR.
Am J Physiol Renal Physiol. July 1, 2010; 299 (1): F167-77.

Mutations in the human naked cuticle homolog NKD1 found in colorectal cancer alter Wnt/Dvl/beta-catenin signaling.
Guo J, Cagatay T, Zhou G, Chan CC, Blythe S, Suyama K, Zheng L, Pan K, Qian C, Hamelin R, Thibodeau SN, Klein PS, Wharton KA, Liu W.
PLoS One. November 24, 2009; 4 (11): e7982.

The blood-brain barrier transport and cerebral distribution of guanidinoacetate in rats: involvement of creatine and taurine transporters.
Tachikawa M, Kasai Y, Yokoyama R, Fujinawa J, Ganapathy V, Terasaki T, Hosoya K.
J Neurochem. October 1, 2009; 111 (2): 499-509.

Caenorhabditis elegans glutamate transporter deletion induces AMPA-receptor/adenylyl cyclase 9-dependent excitotoxicity.
Mano I, Driscoll M.
J Neurochem. March 1, 2009; 108 (6): 1373-84.

Expression and possible role of creatine transporter in the brain and at the blood-cerebrospinal fluid barrier as a transporting protein of guanidinoacetate, an endogenous convulsant.
Tachikawa M, Fujinawa J, Takahashi M, Kasai Y, Fukaya M, Sakai K, Yamazaki M, Tomi M, Watanabe M, Sakimura K, Terasaki T, Hosoya K.
J Neurochem. November 1, 2008; 107 (3): 768-78.

Mouse homologues of Shisa antagonistic to Wnt and Fgf signalings.
Furushima K, Yamamoto A, Nagano T, Shibata M, Miyachi H, Abe T, Ohshima N, Kiyonari H, Aizawa S.
Dev Biol. June 15, 2007; 306 (2): 480-92.

Shisa2 promotes the maturation of somitic precursors and transition to the segmental fate in Xenopus embryos.
Nagano T, Takehara S, Takahashi M, Aizawa S, Yamamoto A.
Development. December 1, 2006; 133 (23): 4643-54.

Intracellular gonadotropin-releasing hormone receptors in breast cancer and gonadotrope lineage cells.
Sedgley KR, Finch AR, Caunt CJ, McArdle CA.
J Endocrinol. December 1, 2006; 191 (3): 625-36.

Shisa promotes head formation through the inhibition of receptor protein maturation for the caudalizing factors, Wnt and FGF.
Yamamoto A, Nagano T, Takehara S, Hibi M, Aizawa S.
Cell. January 28, 2005; 120 (2): 223-35.

Ca2+-dependent redox modulation of SERCA 2b by ERp57.
Li Y, Camacho P.
J Cell Biol. January 5, 2004; 164 (1): 35-46.

Characterization of hyaluronan synthase expression and hyaluronan synthesis in bone marrow mesenchymal progenitor cells: predominant expression of HAS1 mRNA and up-regulated hyaluronan synthesis in bone marrow cells derived from multiple myeloma patients.
Calabro A, Oken MM, Hascall VC, Masellis AM.
Blood. October 1, 2002; 100 (7): 2578-85.

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