Age related increase in mTOR activity contributes to the pathological changes in ovarian surface epithelium
Cell lineage tracing identifies hormone-regulated and Wnt-responsive vaginal epithelial stem cells
Germ cell specific overactivation of WNT/βcatenin signalling has no effect on folliculogenesis but causes fertility defects due to abnormal foetal development
Germ cell-specific sustained activation of Wnt signalling perturbs spermatogenesis in aged mice, possibly through non-coding RNAs
In Vivo cell fate tracing provides no evidence for mesenchymal to epithelial transition in adult fallopian tube and uterus
In vivo genetic cell lineage tracing reveals that oviductal secretory cells self-renew and give rise to ciliated cells
Inhibition of extracellular matrix mediated TGF-β signalling suppresses endometrial cancer metastasis
Ovarian hormones through Wnt signalling regulate the growth of human and mouse ovarian cancer initiating lesions
Overactive mTOR signaling leads to endometrial hyperplasia in aged women and mice
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Schwann cell stimulation of pancreatic cancer cells: a proteomic analysis
- Ferdoushi, Aysha, Li, Xiang, Griffin, Nathan, Faulkner, Sam, Jamaluddin, M. Fairuz B., Gao, Fangfang, Jiang, Chen Chen, van Helden, Dirk F., Tanwar, Pradeep S., Jobling, Phillip, Hondermarck, Hubert
Stromal liver kinase B1 STK11 signaling loss induces oviductal adenomas and endometrial cancer by activating mammalian target of Rapamycin Complex 1
The emerging role of the microenvironment in endometrial cancer
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