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A YAP/TAZ-Regulated Molecular Signature Is Associated with Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma.Academic Article Why?
Glutamine-utilizing transaminases are a metabolic vulnerability of TAZ/YAP-activated cancer cells.Academic Article Why?
A Computational Model of YAP/TAZ Mechanosensing.Academic Article Why?
CRISPR-Mediated Approaches to Regulate YAP/TAZ Levels.Academic Article Why?
Integrin-FAK-CDC42-PP1A signaling gnaws at YAP/TAZ activity to control incisor stem cells.Academic Article Why?
The Hippo pathway effectors TAZ/YAP regulate dicer expression and microRNA biogenesis through Let-7.Academic Article Why?
Tumor-propagating cells and Yap/Taz activity contribute to lung tumor progression and metastasis.Academic Article Why?
Mechanosignaling through YAP and TAZ drives fibroblast activation and fibrosis.Academic Article Why?
The Hippo pathway effectors TAZ and YAP in development, homeostasis and disease.Academic Article Why?
Therapeutic Targeting of TAZ and YAP by Dimethyl Fumarate in Systemic Sclerosis Fibrosis.Academic Article Why?
Yap and Taz are required for Ret-dependent urinary tract morphogenesis.Academic Article Why?
Arterial stiffness induces remodeling phenotypes in pulmonary artery smooth muscle cells via YAP/TAZ-mediated repression of cyclooxygenase-2.Academic Article Why?
Distinct polarity cues direct Taz/Yap and TGFß receptor localization to differentially control TGFß-induced Smad signaling.Academic Article Why?
The transcriptional regulators TAZ and YAP direct transforming growth factor ß-induced tumorigenic phenotypes in breast cancer cells.Academic Article Why?
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