Hippo signalling is a cell signalling pathway that controls organ size. Activation of Hippo results in a series of phosphorylation events that culminate in the phosphorylation and cytoplasmic retention of a downstream transcriptional coactivator, terminating expression of Hippo-regulated genes. Hippo signalling has an important role in development and cancer.
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