Hippo pathway


The Hippo intracellular signaling pathway was initially identified through genetic mosaic screens in Drosophila melanogaster and has gained great interest in recent years as being strongly involved in organ development, stem cell biology, regeneration, and tumorigenesis. The Hippo pathway is capable of sensing and responding to the physical organization of cells, functioning as a nexus and integrator for multiple signals. A major focus of our lab is to understand physiological regulations of and by the Hippo pathway in development and cancer. 

熊本大学 大学院生命科学研究部

総合医薬科学部門 代謝・循環医学分野

シグナル・代謝医学講座

 

〒860-8556 熊本市中央区本荘1-1-1

(受付) TEL: 096-373-5173

FAX: 096-373-5313

E-MAIL: moroishi [at] kumamoto-u.ac.jp

Department of Cell Signaling and Metabolic Medicine

Faculty of Life Sciences, Kumamoto University

 

1-1-1 Honjo, Chuo-ku, Kumamoto,

Kumamoto 860-8556, JAPAN

(Desk) TEL: +81-96-373-5173

FAX: +81-96-373-5313
E-MAIL: moroishi [at] kumamoto-u.ac.jp