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Science 308 (5723): 801-803

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CELL BIOLOGY:
Wnt Signaling Glows with RNAi

Eric R. Fearon and Ken M. Cadigan

Cellular signaling pathways such as the Wnt/Wingless pathway have traditionally been pieced together one step at a time. In a Perspective, Fearon and Cadigan discuss a new high-throughput screen in fruit fly cells that blocks the activity of nearly all fruit fly genes, one by one (DasGupta et al.). This study reveals 238 components of the Wnt/ Wingless pathway, including several proteins not previously known to operate in this pathway.


The authors are at the Cancer Center, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 48109, USA; E. R. Fearon is also in the Departments of Internal Medicine, Human Genetics, and Pathology, and K. M. Cadigan is also in the Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology. E-mail: fearon{at}umich.edu


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