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The Wnt / Beta-Catenin Pathway and Familial Adenomatous Polyposis Part 1

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In this video we discuss the Wnt / Beta-catenin pathway and its involvement in cancer. specifically we look at its involvement in Familial Adenomatous Polyposis.
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hala korin (9 months ago)
What causes/signals WNT proteins to bind to the wnt-receptors?
Mai Butt (1 year ago)
Your videos albeit are helpful but they're so long-winded, repetitive and not succinct enough especially when i'm under stress and want to understand a concept faster than having to watch 4 parts/1 hour, as a med student i just don't have the time to listen to you say 'basically' 987 times this could have been 30 minutes easily. Nonetheless, you did clarify some points so thank you. Apologies if this comes across as blunt, i'm extremely stressed at the moment :)
somelifeguard (2 years ago)
u have sexy voice mate
jojokerus (2 years ago)
I think the gene names like frizzled, disheveled and smoothened came from the gene names given in Drosophila. I think these genes were discovered to be associated with various fruit-fly phenotypes that looked, for example, disheveled. There is a wikipedia article on the hedgehog pathway that discusses this https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hedgehog_signaling_pathway
Nicky (3 years ago)
I thought interphase includes G1, S and G2 phases, and the phase where they are not dividing is Go?
kaan vezir (1 year ago)
me either , surely interphase inclued these phases
Bushwackedboy (3 years ago)
Useful video, thanks!
Shakhawat Foysal (3 years ago)
very useful video.
Amaris Guevara (3 years ago)
pretty cool video! really usefull. thanks. 
TheXplicitSyrian (3 years ago)
Great video but its too long! Maybe shorter videos (medical school student)
Oana Capraru (3 years ago)
Great video, congratulations!  I have a question though, how do the levels of WNT go up?

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