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Wnt signalling: a moving picture emerges from van gogh
Heisenberg, C.-P. and Tada, M.
|Source:||Current biology : CB 12(4): R126-R128 (Review)|
|Registered Authors:||Heisenberg, Carl-Philipp, Tada, Masazumi|
|PubMed:||11864583 Full text @ Curr. Biol.|
Heisenberg, C.-P. and Tada, M. (2002) Wnt signalling: a moving picture emerges from van gogh. Current biology : CB. 12(4):R126-R128.
ABSTRACTRecent studies on vertebrate homologues of the van gogh/strabismus (vang/stbm) gene, a key player in planar cell polarity signalling in Drosophila, show that vang/stbm is involved in patterning and morphogenesis during vertebrate gastrulation where it modulates two distinct Wnt signals.
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