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Esfandi, F., Ghafouri-Fard, S., Oskooei, V.Kholghi, and Taheri, M. (2019). β-Secretase 1 and its Naturally Occurring Anti-Sense RNA are Down-Regulated in Gastric Cancer.Pathol Oncol Res.
Kwak, H.Jeong, Jeong, M.-Y., Um, J.-Y., and Park, J. (2019). β-Lapachone Regulates Obesity through Modulating Thermogenesis in Brown Adipose Tissue and Adipocytes: Role of AMPK Signaling Pathway.Am J Chin Med1-20.
Ahmad, S.Nazari Sol, Sanajou, D., Kalantary-Charvadeh, A., Hosseini, V., Roshangar, L., Khojastehfard, M., Haiaty, S., and Mesgari-Abbasi, M. (2019). β-LAPachone ameliorates doxorubicin-induced cardiotoxicity via regulating autophagy and Nrf2 signalling pathways in mice.Basic Clin Pharmacol Toxicol.
Li, F., Li, X., Li, Z., Ji, W., Lu, S., and Xia, W. (2019). βKlotho is identified as a target for theranostics in non-small cell lung cancer.Theranostics9, 7474-7489.
Moorlag, S.J.C.F.M., Khan, N., Novakovic, B., Kaufmann, E., Jansen, T., van Crevel, R., Divangahi, M., and Netea, M.G. (2020). β-Glucan Induces Protective Trained Immunity against Mycobacterium tuberculosis Infection: A Key Role for IL-1.Cell Rep31, 107634.
Harford-Wright, E., Bidère, N., and Gavard, J. (2016). β-escin selectively targets the glioblastoma-initiating cell population and reduces cell viability.Oncotarget.
Reuter, H., März, M., Vogg, M.C., Eccles, D., Grífol-Boldú, L., Wehner, D., Owlarn, S., Adell, T., Weidinger, G., and Bartscherer, K. (2014). β-Catenin-Dependent Control of Positional Information along the AP Body Axis in Planarians Involves a Teashirt Family Member.Cell Rep.
Barrott, J.J., Illum, B.E., Jin, H., Zhu, J.-F., Mosbruger, T., Monument, M.J., Smith-Fry, K., Cable, M.G., Wang, Y., Grossmann, A.H., et al. (2015). β-catenin stabilization enhances SS18-SSX2-driven synovial sarcomagenesis and blocks the mesenchymal to epithelial transition.Oncotarget.
Schön, S., Flierman, I., Ofner, A., Stahringer, A., Holdt, L., Kolligs, F.T., and Herbst, A. (2014). β-catenin regulates NF-κB activity via TNFRSF19 in colorectal cancer cells.Int J Cancer.
Sen, B., Paradise, C.R., Xie, Z., Sankaran, J., Uzer, G., Styner, M., Meyer, M., Dudakovic, A., van Wijnen, A.J., and Rubin, J. (2020). β-catenin preserves the stem state of murine bone marrow stromal cells through activation of EZH2.J Bone Miner Res.
Xu, J., Prosperi, J.R., Choudhury, N., Olopade, O.I., and Goss, K.H. (2015). β-Catenin Is Required for the Tumorigenic Behavior of Triple-Negative Breast Cancer Cells.Plos One10, e0117097.
Zhu, J., Luz-Madrigal, A., Haynes, T., Zavada, J., Burke, A.K., and Del Rio-Tsonis, K. (2014). β-Catenin Inactivation Is a Pre-Requisite for Chick Retina Regeneration.Plos One9, e101748.
Okumura, N., Akutsu, H., Sugawara, T., Miura, T., Takezawa, Y., Hosoda, A., Yoshida, K., Ichida, J.K., Yamada, M., Hamatani, T., et al. (2013). β-Catenin Functions Pleiotropically in Differentiation and Tumorigenesis in Mouse Embryo-Derived Stem Cells.Plos One8, e63265.
Han, N., Zheng, Y., Li, R., Li, X., Zhou, M., Niu, Y., and Zhang, Q. (2014). β-Catenin Enhances Odontoblastic Differentiation of Dental Pulp Cells through Activation of Runx2.Plos One9, e88890.
Deschene, E.R., Myung, P., Rompolas, P., Zito, G., Sun, T.Yang, Taketo, M.M., Saotome, I., and Greco, V. (2014). β-Catenin activation regulates tissue growth non-cell autonomously in the hair stem cell niche.Science343, 1353-6.

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