Hippo Pathway-YAP/TAZ

The Hippo pathway regulates diverse cellular phenotypes such as organ size, angiogenesis, tissue regeneration and self-renewal. YAP and TAZ important transcriptional coactivators downstream of hippo signaling. Discover the latest research on Hippo Pathway-YAP/TAZ here.

February 25, 2021

Primary Cutaneous SMARCB1-deficient Carcinoma.

Journal of Cutaneous Pathology
Yiang HuiSnjezana Dogan
February 22, 2021
Open Access

Cytoglobin promotes sensitivity to ferroptosis by regulating p53-YAP1 axis in colon cancer cells.

Journal of Cellular and Molecular Medicine
Shazhou YeYang Xi
February 23, 2021
Open Access

SOX13/TRIM11/YAP axis promotes the proliferation, migration and chemoresistance of anaplastic thyroid cancer.

International Journal of Biological Sciences
Jianing TangGaosong Wu
February 17, 2021
Open Access

A specific tRNA half, 5'tiRNA-His-GTG, responds to hypoxia via the HIF1α/ANG axis and promotes colorectal cancer progression by regulating LATS2.

Journal of Experimental & Clinical Cancer Research : CR
En-Wei TaoQin-Yan Gao
February 16, 2021
Open Access

The Mutation of Ednrb(c.857 T > C) Associated With Atrophied Spleen Phenotype in Mice

Fei WuRui-Hua Dang
February 15, 2021
Open Access

Matrix stiffening by self-mineralizable guided bone regeneration.

Acta Biomaterialia
Jing LiLi-Na Niu
February 14, 2021

Signaling pathways in hepatocellular carcinoma.

Advances in Cancer Research
Teresa Garcia-LezanaAugusto Villanueva
February 13, 2021

Long non‑coding RNA ASAP1‑IT1 suppresses ovarian cancer progression by regulating Hippo/YAP signaling.

International Journal of Molecular Medicine
Ke WangCong Ye
February 13, 2021

TBX3 functions as a tumor suppressor downstream of activated CTNNB1 mutants during hepatocarcinogenesis.

Journal of Hepatology
Binyong LiangXin Chen

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