Cadherin sequences that inhibit beta-catenin signaling: a study in yeast and mammalian cells.

Abstract

Drosophila Armadillo and its mammalian homologue beta-catenin are scaffolding proteins involved in the assembly of multiprotein complexes with diverse biological roles. They mediate adherens junction assembly, thus determining tissue architecture, and also transduce Wnt/Wingless intercellular signals, which regulate embryonic cell fates and, if… (More)

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@article{Simcha2001CadherinST, title={Cadherin sequences that inhibit beta-catenin signaling: a study in yeast and mammalian cells.}, author={Inbal Simcha and Christine Kirkpatrick and Elisabeth Sadot and Marat Shtutman and Gleb Polevoy and Benedikt Geiger and M. Peifer and Avri Ben-Ze'ev}, journal={Molecular biology of the cell}, year={2001}, volume={12 4}, pages={1177-88} }