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Genes Dev. January 15, 2012; 26 (2): 105-9.

Wnt signaling: the β-cat(enin)''s meow.

Bauer M , Willert K .

In a study in the December 15, 2011, issue of Genes & Development, Valenta and colleagues (pp. 2631-2643) constructed a series of β-catenin mutants that allowed them to separate β-catenin''s activity as a mediator of Wnt signaling from its activity as cell adhesion component. In doing so, they uncovered some surprising properties of Wnt signaling.

PubMed ID: 22279043
PMC ID: PMC3273833
Article link: Genes Dev.

Genes referenced: cat.2

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