Non-canonical Wnt signalling regulates scarring in biliary disease via the planar cell polarity receptors

D.H. Wilson, E.J. Jarman, R.P. Mellin, M.L. Wilson, S.H. Waddell, P. Tsokkou, N.T. Younger, A. Raven, S.R. Bhalla, A.T.R. Noll, S.W.O. Damink, F.G. Schaap, P. Chen, D.O. Bates, J.M. Banales, C.H. Dean, D.J. Henderson, O.J. Sansom, T.J. Kendall, L. Boulter

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14 Citations (Web of Science)
Original languageEnglish
Article number445
Number of pages13
JournalNature Communications
Volume11
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 23 Jan 2020

Keywords

  • components
  • fibrosis
  • liver-injury
  • model
  • mutations
  • pathway
  • repair
  • stem-cells
  • tissue growth-factor
  • vangl2 phosphorylation
  • FIBROSIS
  • STEM-CELLS
  • COMPONENTS
  • MODEL
  • VANGL2 PHOSPHORYLATION
  • REPAIR
  • TISSUE GROWTH-FACTOR
  • LIVER-INJURY
  • PATHWAY
  • MUTATIONS

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