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2014
Sun, Y.Eve, Cheng, L., and Hu, K. (2014). With NuRD, HDACs Go "Nerdy".Dev Cell30, 9-10.
Kakar, S.S., Ratajczak, M.Z., Powell, K.S., Moghadamfalahi, M., Miller, D.M., Batra, S.K., and Singh, S.K. (2014). Withaferin A Alone and in Combination with Cisplatin Suppresses Growth and Metastasis of Ovarian Cancer by Targeting Putative Cancer Stem Cells.Plos One9, e107596.
Tourette, C., Farina, F., Vazquez-Manrique, R.P., Orfila, A.-M., Voisin, J., Hernandez, S., Offner, N., J Parker, A., Menet, S., Kim, J., et al. (2014). The Wnt Receptor Ryk Reduces Neuronal and Cell Survival Capacity by Repressing FOXO Activity During the Early Phases of Mutant Huntingtin Pathogenicity.Plos Biol12, e1001895.
San Roman, A.K., Jayewickreme, C.D., L Murtaugh, C., and Shivdasani, R.A. (2014). Wnt secretion from epithelial cells and subepithelial myofibroblasts is not required in the mouse intestinal stem cell niche in vivo.Stem Cell Reports2, 127-34.
Song, K., Wang, S., Mani, M., and Mani, A. (2014). Wnt signaling, de novo lipogenesis, adipogenesis and ectopic fat.Oncotarget5, 11000-11003.
Yokoyama, N.N., Shao, S., Hoang, B.H., Mercola, D., and Zi, X. (2014). Wnt signaling in castration-resistant prostate cancer: implications for therapy.Am J Clin Exp Urol2, 27-44.
Arenas, E. (2014). Wnt signaling in midbrain dopaminergic neuron development and regenerative medicine for Parkinson's disease.J Mol Cell Biol.
Goksel, G., Bilir, A., Uslu, R., Akbulut, H., Guven, U., and Oktem, G. (2014). WNT1 gene expression alters in heterogeneous population of prostate cancer cells; decreased expression pattern observed in CD133+/CD44+ prostate cancer stem cell spheroids.J Buon19, 207-14.
Hwang, Y., Suk, S., Shih, Y.-R.Vernon, Seo, T., Du, B., Xie, Y., Li, Z., and Varghese, S. (2014). WNT3A promotes myogenesis of human embryonic stem cells and enhances in vivo engraftment.Sci Rep4, 5916.
Hung, T.-H., Hsu, S.-C., Cheng, C.-Y., Choo, K.-B., Tseng, C.-P., Chen, T.-C., Lan, Y.-W., Huang, T.-T., Lai, H.-C., Chen, C.-M., et al. (2014). Wnt5A regulates ABCB1 expression in multidrug-resistant cancer cells through activation of the non-canonical PKA/β-catenin pathway.Oncotarget.
C Bentzinger, F., von Maltzahn, J., Dumont, N.A., Stark, D.A., Wang, Y.Xin, Nhan, K., Frenette, J., Cornelison, D., and Rudnicki, M.A. (2014). Wnt7a stimulates myogenic stem cell motility and engraftment resulting in improved muscle strength.J Cell Biol.
Fujimaki, S., Hidaka, R., Asashima, M., Takemasa, T., and Kuwabara, T. (2014). Wnt-Mediated Satellite Cell Conversion in Adult and Aged Mice Following Voluntary Wheel Running.J Biol Chem.
Cheng, B.Q., Jiang, Y., Zhu, Q., and Lin, W.G. (2014). Wnt/β-catenin aids in regulating the proliferation of hepG2 cells mediated by thy-1.Genet Mol Res13, 5115-5127.
Xi, H., Kurtoglu, M., and Lampidis, T.J. (2014). The wonders of 2-deoxy-d-glucose.Iubmb Life.
Fu, X. (2014). Wound Care Study and Translation Application: A Team's Work in China.Int J Low Extrem Wounds.
Zielins, E.R., Atashroo, D.A., Maan, Z.N., Duscher, D., Walmsley, G.G., Hu, M., Senarath-Yapa, K., McArdle, A., Tevlin, R., Wearda, T., et al. (2014). Wound healing: an update.Regen Med9, 817-830.
Kober, J., Gugerell, A., Schmid, M., Zeyda, M., Buchberger, E., Nickl, S., Hacker, S., Ankersmit, H.Jan, and Keck, M. (2014). Wound Healing Effect of Conditioned Media Obtained From Adipose Tissue on Human Skin Cells: A Comparative in Vitro Study.Ann Plast Surg.
Forzani, C., Aichinger, E., Sornay, E., Willemsen, V., Laux, T., Dewitte, W., and Murray, J.A.H. (2014). WOX5 Suppresses CYCLIN D Activity to Establish Quiescence at the Center of the Root Stem Cell Niche.Curr Biol.
van de Put, M.W.P., Carcouët, C.C.M.C., Bomans, P.H.H., Friedrich, H., de Jonge, N., and Sommerdijk, N.A.J.M. (2014). Writing Silica Structures in Liquid with Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy.Small.
Cocas, L., and Pleasure, S.J. (2014). Wrong place, wrong time: ectopic progenitors cause cortical heterotopias.Nat Neurosci17, 894-895.

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