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Papers associated with diencephalon (and gal.2)

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Pax3 and Zic1 drive induction and differentiation of multipotent, migratory, and functional neural crest in Xenopus embryos., Milet C., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. April 2, 2013; 110 (14): 5528-33.                      


Exons 5-15 of kazrin are dispensable for murine epidermal morphogenesis and homeostasis., Chhatriwala MK., J Invest Dermatol. August 1, 2012; 132 (8): 1977-87.            


Bmp indicator mice reveal dynamic regulation of transcriptional response., Javier AL., PLoS One. January 1, 2012; 7 (9): e42566.                


Loss of the BMP antagonist, SMOC-1, causes Ophthalmo-acromelic (Waardenburg Anophthalmia) syndrome in humans and mice., Rainger J., PLoS Genet. July 1, 2011; 7 (7): e1002114.      


Wnt/beta-catenin signaling is involved in the induction and maintenance of primitive hematopoiesis in the vertebrate embryo., Tran HT., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. September 14, 2010; 107 (37): 16160-5.                                                


Serotonin 2B receptor signaling is required for craniofacial morphogenesis and jaw joint formation in Xenopus., Reisoli E., Development. September 1, 2010; 137 (17): 2927-37.                            


FoxG1 and TLE2 act cooperatively to regulate ventral telencephalon formation., Roth M., Development. May 1, 2010; 137 (9): 1553-62.                                      


The F-box protein Cdc4/Fbxw7 is a novel regulator of neural crest development in Xenopus laevis., Almeida AD., Neural Dev. January 4, 2010; 5 1.                              


Notch activates Wnt-4 signalling to control medio-lateral patterning of the pronephros., Naylor RW., Development. November 1, 2009; 136 (21): 3585-95.                                  


Involvement of an inner nuclear membrane protein, Nemp1, in Xenopus neural development through an interaction with the chromatin protein BAF., Mamada H., Dev Biol. March 15, 2009; 327 (2): 497-507.            


Pleiotropic effects in Eya3 knockout mice., Söker T., BMC Dev Biol. July 28, 2008; 8 118.                    


A functional screen for genes involved in Xenopus pronephros development., Kyuno J., Mech Dev. July 1, 2008; 125 (7): 571-86.                                                                                      


Repression of Wnt/beta-catenin signaling in the anterior endoderm is essential for liver and pancreas development., McLin VA., Development. June 1, 2007; 134 (12): 2207-17.            


Alterations of rx1 and pax6 expression levels at neural plate stages differentially affect the production of retinal cell types and maintenance of retinal stem cell qualities., Zaghloul NA., Dev Biol. June 1, 2007; 306 (1): 222-40.                      


The Notch-effector HRT1 gene plays a role in glomerular development and patterning of the Xenopus pronephros anlagen., Taelman V., Development. August 1, 2006; 133 (15): 2961-71.                  


Evi1 is specifically expressed in the distal tubule and duct of the Xenopus pronephros and plays a role in its formation., Van Campenhout C., Dev Biol. June 1, 2006; 294 (1): 203-19.                


Dystroglycan is required for proper retinal layering., Lunardi A., Dev Biol. February 15, 2006; 290 (2): 411-20.            


Determination of the minimal domains of Mix.3/Mixer required for endoderm development., Doherty JR., Mech Dev. January 1, 2006; 123 (1): 56-66.                  


Dorsoventral patterning of the Xenopus eye: a collaboration of Retinoid, Hedgehog and FGF receptor signaling., Lupo G., Development. April 1, 2005; 132 (7): 1737-48.                    


Xenopus aristaless-related homeobox (xARX) gene product functions as both a transcriptional activator and repressor in forebrain development., Seufert DW., Dev Dyn. February 1, 2005; 232 (2): 313-24.                  


Olfactory and lens placode formation is controlled by the hedgehog-interacting protein (Xhip) in Xenopus., Cornesse Y., Dev Biol. January 15, 2005; 277 (2): 296-315.                          


Regulation of Otx2 expression and its functions in mouse epiblast and anterior neuroectoderm., Kurokawa D., Development. July 1, 2004; 131 (14): 3307-17.      


Morphogenetic movements underlying eye field formation require interactions between the FGF and ephrinB1 signaling pathways., Moore KB., Dev Cell. January 1, 2004; 6 (1): 55-67.                


The role of Xenopus dickkopf1 in prechordal plate specification and neural patterning., Kazanskaya O., Development. November 1, 2000; 127 (22): 4981-92.              


XBF-1, a winged helix transcription factor with dual activity, has a role in positioning neurogenesis in Xenopus competent ectoderm., Bourguignon C., Development. December 1, 1998; 125 (24): 4889-900.                  


Cloned human and rat galanin GALR3 receptors. Pharmacology and activation of G-protein inwardly rectifying K+ channels., Smith KE., J Biol Chem. September 4, 1998; 273 (36): 23321-6.


Expression cloning of a rat hypothalamic galanin receptor coupled to phosphoinositide turnover., Smith KE., J Biol Chem. September 26, 1997; 272 (39): 24612-6.


Involvement of Livertine, a hepatocyte growth factor family member, in neural morphogenesis., Ruiz i Altaba A., Mech Dev. December 1, 1996; 60 (2): 207-20.          


Immunocytochemical localization of a galanin-like peptidergic system in the brain of two urodele and two anuran species (Amphibia)., Olivereau M., Histochemistry. August 1, 1992; 98 (1): 51-66.


Distribution of galanin-like immunoreactivity in the brain of Rana esculenta and Xenopus laevis., Lázár GY., J Comp Neurol. August 1, 1991; 310 (1): 45-67.                                                              

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