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Project Publications: Mount Sinai School of Medicine: Organochlorine Disruption of the Wnt Gene Pathway in the Female Reproductive Tract

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Superfund Research Program

Organochlorine Disruption of the Wnt Gene Pathway in the Female Reproductive Tract

Project Leader: David Sassoon
Grant Number: P42ES007384
Funding Period: 2001 - 2006

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Publications

2004

  • Carta L, Sassoon D. 2004. Wnt7a is a suppressor of cell death in the female reproductive tract and is required for postnatal and estrogen-mediated growth. Biol Reprod 71(2):444-454. PMID:15070830
  • Mericskay M, Kitajewski J, Sassoon D. 2004. Wnt5a is required for proper epithelial-mesenchymal interactions in the uterus. Development 131(9):2061-2072. PMID:15073149
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