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Lipoproteins carry endocannabinoids that inhibit the Hedgehog pathway

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Nov 18, 2013

Helena KhaliullinaSuzanne Eaton

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Hedgehog proteins are lipid-modified secreted signaling molecules that regulate tissue development and homeostasis. Lipids contained in circulating lipoproteins repress the Hedgehog signaling pathway in the absence of Hedgehog ligand, but the identity of these lipids is unknown. Here, u...read more

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Cell Secretion
Hedgehog Proteins
Congenital Cubitus
Ligands
Lipids
Lipoprotein (a)
Biochemical Test
Histogenic Process
Organism
Cannabinoid Drug Class Measurement
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  • Lipoproteins carry endocannabinoids that inhibit the Hedgehog pathway

    bioRxiv

    Nov 18, 2013

    Helena KhaliullinaSuzanne Eaton

    PMID: 990000570

    DOI: 10.1101/000570

    Abstract

    Hedgehog proteins are lipid-modified secreted signaling molecules that regulate tissue development and homeostasis. Lipids contained in circulating lipoproteins repress the Hedgehog signaling pathway in the absence of Hedgehog ligand, but the identity of these lipids is unknown. Here, u...read more

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    Cell Secretion
    Hedgehog Proteins
    Congenital Cubitus
    Ligands
    Lipids
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    6

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