WNT Signaling in Disease
AbstractDevelopmental signaling pathways control a vast array of biological processes during embryogenesis and in adult life. The WNT pathway was discovered simultaneously in cancer and development. Recent advances have expanded the role of WNT to a wide range of pathologies in humans. Here, we discuss the WNT pathway and its role in human disease and some of the advances in WNT-related treatments. View Full-Text
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Ng, L.F.; Kaur, P.; Bunnag, N.; Suresh, J.; Sung, I.C.H.; Tan, Q.H.; Gruber, J.; Tolwinski, N.S. WNT Signaling in Disease. Cells 2019, 8, 826.
Ng LF, Kaur P, Bunnag N, Suresh J, Sung ICH, Tan QH, Gruber J, Tolwinski NS. WNT Signaling in Disease. Cells. 2019; 8(8):826.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ng, Li F.; Kaur, Prameet; Bunnag, Nawat; Suresh, Jahnavi; Sung, Isabelle C.H.; Tan, Qian H.; Gruber, Jan; Tolwinski, Nicholas S. 2019. "WNT Signaling in Disease." Cells 8, no. 8: 826.
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