Special Issue "Targeting Wnt Signaling in Cancer"
A special issue of Cancers (ISSN 2072-6694).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 May 2019
Dr. Robert M. Kypta
A wide variety of approaches have been used to control Wnt signaling, not only in cancer but also in other diseases where Wnt signaling has gone awry. These approaches include prevention of ligand secretion, inhibition of receptor function, modulation of effector protein stability, and disruption of transcription factor complexes. This Special Issue seeks to highlight some of the achievements that have been made in identifying drugs that target Wnt signaling, in clinical trials involving Wnt inhibitors, and in determining potential new targets and tools that might be used to impact Wnt signaling in cancer in the future.
Dr. Robert M. Kypta
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Wnt signaling
- small-molecule modulators
- function-blocking antibodies
- clinical trials
- drug resistance
- combination therapy
- natural compounds