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Signal transduction

A new canon

Muscle development in vertebrates relies on signals transmitted from proteins of the Wnt family. But which molecules form the relay that transfers this signal to the cell nucleus? The answer is unexpected.

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Figure 1: Breaking the mould: a new pathway downstream of the Wnt proteins.

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