Akt-driven TGF-β and DKK1 Secretion Impairs F508del CF Airway Epithelium Polarity

Set of data on the signaling pathways that shape the airway epithelium, the temporal interplay of which is altered in Cystic Fibrosis, leading to loss of apicobasal polarity. The effect of CFTR modulators was also investigated.

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    Cystic Fibrosis & Gap Junctions
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    DOI
    10.26037/yareta:tsgknwsj4bd5hah423fxw2ooem
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    Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International
    Keywords
    polarity, airway epithelium, cystic fibrosis, bacterial infections, signaling pathways, TGF-β, DKK1, Akt
Publication date22/05/2023
Retention date19/05/2033
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  • Chanson, Marc orcid
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