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WNT Signaling, Vol 153. Progress in Molecular Biology and Translational Science

  • ID: 4335145
  • Book
  • January 2018
  • 368 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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WNT Signaling, Volume 153, the latest release in the Progress in Molecular Biology and Translational Science series, seeks to provide the most topical, informative, and exciting monographs available on a wide variety of research topics related to prions, viruses, bacteria and eukaryotes. The series provides readers with in-depth knowledge of important molecular biological aspects of organismal physiology and function, along with insights into how this knowledge may be applied to understand and ameliorate human disease. Each volume is edited by an internationally recognized expert who selects contributors at the forefront of a field.

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  • Written by leading authorities in the field

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1. Wnt Ligands as a Part of the Stem Cell Niche in the Intestine and the Liver Bahar Degirmenci, George Hausmann, Tomas Valenta, Konrad Basler 2. Wnt Signaling in Adult Epithelial Stem Cells and Cancer Si Hui Tan, Nick Barker 3. Wnt Signaling in the Central Nervous System: New Insights in Health and Disease Carolina A. Oliva, Carla Montecinos-Oliva, Nibaldo C. Inestrosa 4. Of Wnts and Ribosomes Astrid S. Pfister, Michael Kühl 5. Wnt Signaling in Skeletal Muscle Development and Regeneration Francesco Girardi, Fabien Le Grand 6. Wnt Signaling in Kidney Development and Disease Yongping Wang, Chengji Zhou, Youhua Liu 7. Wnt Signaling in Stem Cells and Cancer Stem Cells: A Tale of Two Coactivators Michael Kahn 8. Chemical Modulation of WNT Signaling in Cancer Li-shu Zhang, Lawrence Lum 9. The Wnt Signaling Landscape of Mammary Stem Cells and Breast Tumors Caroline M. Alexander 10. The Central Role of Wnt Signaling and Organoid Technology in Personalizing Anticancer Therapy Elizabeth Vincan, Renate H.M. Schwab, Dustin J. Flanagan, Jean M. Moselen, Bang Manh Tran, Nick Barker, Toby J. Phesse 11. Wnt Signaling in Hematological Malignancies Stephanie Grainger, David Traver, Karl Willert
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