Biological roles of lysophosphatidic acid signaling through its production by autotaxin
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A LATS biosensor screen identifies VEGFR as a regulator of the Hippo pathway in angiogenesis
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Nature Communications, 9(1), 1061-1061 (2018)
Phosphatidic acid has a potential to promote hair growth in vitro and in vivo, and activates mitogen-activated protein kinase/extracellular signal-regulated kinase kinase in hair epithelial cells
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The Journal of Investigative Dermatology, 121(3), 448-456 (2003)
F N van Leeuwen et al.
Biochemical Society transactions, 31(Pt 6), 1209-1212 (2003-12-04)
LPA (lysophosphatidic acid), the simplest of al glycerophospholipids, is a potent inducer of cell proliferation, migration and survival. It does so by activating its cognate G-protein-coupled receptors, four of which have been identified. LPA receptors couple to at least three...
T Nishizaki et al.
Brain research. Molecular brain research, 50(1-2), 121-126 (1997-12-24)
The effect of lysophosphatidic acid (lysoPA) on acetylcholine (ACh)-evoked currents was examined using normal and mutant Torpedo nicotinic ACh receptors expressed in Xenopus oocytes. LysoPA enhanced ACh-evoked currents in a washing time- and dose-dependent manner at concentrations of 0.1-3 microM...