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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 204, Number 1, 1 January 2012

ExActa purinergic signalling
pp. 3-5(3)
Author: Persson, P. B.

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Wnt5a: its signalling, functions and implication in diseases
pp. 17-33(17)
Authors: Kikuchi, A.; Yamamoto, H.; Sato, A.; Matsumoto, S.

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The role of WNT10B in physiology and disease
pp. 34-51(18)
Authors: Wend, P.; Wend, K.; Krum, S. A.; Miranda‐Carboni, G. A.

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Wnt11 in 2011 – the regulation and function of a non‐canonical Wnt
pp. 52-64(13)
Authors: Uysal‐Onganer, P.; Kypta, R. M.

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Dishevelled C‐terminus: prolyl and histidinyl motifs
pp. 65-73(9)
Authors: Wang, H.‐Y.; Malbon, C. C.

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How do they do Wnt they do?: regulation of transcription by the Wnt/β‐catenin pathway
pp. 74-109(36)
Authors: Archbold, H. C.; Yang, Y. X.; Chen, L.; Cadigan, K. M.

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The Wnt/Frizzled pathway as a therapeutic target for cardiac hypertrophy: where do we stand?
pp. 110-117(8)
Authors: ter Horst, P.; Smits, J. F. M.; Blankesteijn, W. M.

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Wnt signalling in murine postnatal mammary gland development
pp. 118-127(10)
Authors: Jardé, T.; Dale, T.

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Dual roles for Wnt signalling during the formation of the vertebrate neuromuscular junction
pp. 128-136(9)
Authors: HenrĂ­quez, J. P.; Salinas, P. C.

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