HGF signals through its cognate receptor, MET, to orchestrate diverse biological processes, including cell proliferation, cell fate specification, organogenesis, and epithelial-mesenchymal transition. Mixed-lineage leukemia (MLL), an epigenetic regulator, plays critical roles in cell fate, stem cell, and cell cycle decisions. Here, we describe a role for MLL in the HGF-MET signaling pathway. We found a shared phenotype among
Shugaku Takeda, Han Liu, Satoru Sasagawa, Yiyu Dong, Paul A. Trainor, Emily H. Cheng, James J. Hsieh
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