The Notch pathway is a conserved signal transduction system that mediates intercellular signaling to regulate cell fate decisions in various tissues. Dysregulation of Notch activity results in various disorders, including cardiovascular diseases and cancer. Notch regulates cell fate through a number of mechanisms that include control of cell proliferation, survival, migration, and differentiation. Notch activation increases vascular endothelial cell adhesion through the enhancement of β1 in
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