Sulayman Mokhtarzada

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The Wnt/β-catenin signaling pathway is critical to embryonic development as well as adult tissue regeneration. Dysregulation of this pathway can lead to a variety of human diseases, in particular cancers. Chibby (Cby), a small and highly conserved protein, plays an antagonistic role in Wnt signaling by inhibiting the binding of β-catenin to Tcf/Lef family(More)
ATRX, a chromatin remodeling protein of the Snf2 family, participates in diverse cellular functions including regulation of gene expression and chromosome alignment during mitosis and meiosis. Mutations in the human gene cause alpha thalassemia mental retardation, X-linked (ATR-X) syndrome, a rare disorder characterized by severe cognitive deficits,(More)
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