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Natalia Riobo, A

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Philadelphia, PA 19107

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Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Cell cycle- and cancer-associated gene networks activated by Dsg2: Evidence of cystatin a deregulation and a potential role in cell-cell adhesion
  2. Crosstalk between Desmoglein 2 and Patched 1 accelerates chemical-induced skin tumorigenesis
  3. Trop-2 is up-regulated in invasive prostate cancer and displaces FAK from focal contacts
  4. Evaluating the activity of smoothened toward g proteins using [35 s]guanosine 5′-(3- o -thio)triphosphate ([35 s]gtpγs)
  5. Methods for detection of ptc1-driven lacz expression in adult mouse skin
  6. Canonical and non-canonical hedgehog signaling pathways: Role of G proteins
  7. Gi proteins mediate activation of the canonical hedgehog pathway in the myocardium
  8. Patched-1 proapoptotic activity is downregulated by modification of K1413 by the E3 ubiquitin-protein ligase Itchy homolog
  9. Canonical and non-canonical hedgehog signalling and the control of metabolism
  10. Smoothened is a fully competent activator of the heterotrimeric g protein gi
  11. Cholesterol and its derivatives in Sonic Hedgehog signaling and cancer
  12. The hedgehog signal transduction network
  13. Noncanonical Hedgehog Signaling
  14. Sonic Hedgehog activates the GTPases Rac1 and RhoA in a Gli-independent manner through coupling of smoothened to G i proteins
  15. The α subunit of the G protein G 13 regulates activity of one or more gli transcription factors independently of smoothened
  16. Heterotrimeric Gi proteins link hedgehog signaling to activation of Rho small GTPases to promote fibroblast migration
  17. Hedgehog proteins activate pro-angiogenic responses in endothelial cells through non-canonical signaling pathways
  18. Early mitochondrial dysfunction in electron transfer activity and reactive oxygen species generation after cardiac arrest.
  19. Chapter 11 Purification and Bioassay of Hedgehog Ligands for the Study of Cell Death and Survival
  20. Pathways of signal transduction employed by vertebrate Hedgehogs