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IQGAP1 Is a Scaffold of the Core Proteins of the Hippo Pathway and Negatively Regulates the Pro-Apoptotic Signal Mediated by This Pathway

Niall P. Quinn, Lucía García-Gutiérrez, Carolanne Doherty, Alexander von Kriegsheim, Emma Fallahi, David B. Sacks, David Matallanas
2021 Cells  
The Hippo pathway regulates a complex signalling network which mediates several biological functions including cell proliferation, organ size and apoptosis. Several scaffold proteins regulate the crosstalk of the members of the pathway with other signalling pathways and play an important role in the diverse output controlled by this pathway. In this study we have identified the scaffold protein IQGAP1 as a novel interactor of the core kinases of the Hippo pathway, MST2 and LATS1. Our results
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doi:10.3390/cells10020478 pmid:33672268 fatcat:alygwxuigbd35agisaeg236nl4