Elevated CO2 regulates the Wnt signaling pathway in mammals, Drosophila melanogaster and Caenorhabditis elegans

Masahiko Shigemura, Emilia Lecuona, Martín Angulo, Laura A. Dada, Melanie B. Edwards, Lynn C. Welch, S. Marina Casalino-Matsuda, Peter H.S. Sporn, István Vadász, Iiro Taneli Helenius, Gustavo A. Nader, Yosef Gruenbaum, Kfir Sharabi, Eoin Cummins, Cormac Taylor, Ankit Bharat, Cara J. Gottardi, Greg J. Beitel, Naftali Kaminski, G. R.Scott BudingerSergejs Berdnikovs, Jacob I. Sznajder*

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