Dishevelled and Wnt signaling: Is the nucleus the final frontier?
SubjectAdaptor Proteins, Signal Transducing
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AbstractThe phosphoprotein Dishevelled (Dsh) is an essential component of Wnt signaling pathways and transduces signals into three separate branches, the canonical, non-canonical and Ca2+ pathways. How Dsh focuses signaling into these branches remains mysterious, but a new study reveals the importance of nuclear localization of Dsh for pathway-specific activation. © 2005 BioMed Central Ltd.
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