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Papers associated with diencephalon (and ncam1)

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Maternal Dead-End1 is required for vegetal cortical microtubule assembly during Xenopus axis specification., Mei W., Development. June 1, 2013; 140 (11): 2334-44.                          


Williams Syndrome Transcription Factor is critical for neural crest cell function in Xenopus laevis., Barnett C., Mech Dev. September 1, 2012; 129 (9-12): 324-38.              


Barhl2 limits growth of the diencephalic primordium through Caspase3 inhibition of beta-catenin activation., Juraver-Geslin HA., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. February 8, 2011; 108 (6): 2288-93.                    


In vitro organogenesis from undifferentiated cells in Xenopus., Asashima M., Dev Dyn. June 1, 2009; 238 (6): 1309-20.                      


Cold-inducible RNA binding protein (CIRP), a novel XTcf-3 specific target gene regulates neural development in Xenopus., van Venrooy S., BMC Dev Biol. August 7, 2008; 8 77.                                


Expression of Sox1 during Xenopus early embryogenesis., Nitta KR., Biochem Biophys Res Commun. December 8, 2006; 351 (1): 287-93.            


Neogenin interacts with RGMa and netrin-1 to guide axons within the embryonic vertebrate forebrain., Wilson NH., Dev Biol. August 15, 2006; 296 (2): 485-98.                      


The pro-apoptotic activity of a vertebrate Bar-like homeobox gene plays a key role in patterning the Xenopus neural plate by limiting the number of chordin- and shh-expressing cells., Offner N., Development. April 1, 2005; 132 (8): 1807-18.          


XPACE4 is a localized pro-protein convertase required for mesoderm induction and the cleavage of specific TGFbeta proteins in Xenopus development., Birsoy B., Development. February 1, 2005; 132 (3): 591-602.                      


Autoregulation of canonical Wnt signaling controls midbrain development., Kunz M., Dev Biol. September 15, 2004; 273 (2): 390-401.          


Presynaptic protein kinase C controls maturation and branch dynamics of developing retinotectal arbors: possible role in activity-driven sharpening., Schmidt JT., J Neurobiol. February 15, 2004; 58 (3): 328-40.


New views on retinal axon development: a navigation guide., Mann F., Int J Dev Biol. January 1, 2004; 48 (8-9): 957-64.        


In vitro induction and transplantation of eye during early Xenopus development., Sedohara A., Dev Growth Differ. October 1, 2003; 45 (5-6): 463-71.              


Metalloproteases and guidance of retinal axons in the developing visual system., Webber CA., J Neurosci. September 15, 2002; 22 (18): 8091-100.                  


Xerl, a novel CNS-specific secretory protein, establishes the boundary between neural plate and neural crest., Kuriyama S., Int J Dev Biol. December 1, 2001; 45 (8): 845-52.            


Tumorhead, a Xenopus gene product that inhibits neural differentiation through regulation of proliferation., Wu CF., Development. September 1, 2001; 128 (17): 3381-93.                


A direct screen for secreted proteins in Xenopus embryos identifies distinct activities for the Wnt antagonists Crescent and Frzb-1., Pera EM., Mech Dev. September 1, 2000; 96 (2): 183-95.                  


An essential role of the neuronal cell adhesion molecule contactin in development of the Xenopus primary sensory system., Fujita N., Dev Biol. May 15, 2000; 221 (2): 308-20.                


A role for voltage-gated potassium channels in the outgrowth of retinal axons in the developing visual system., McFarlane S., J Neurosci. February 1, 2000; 20 (3): 1020-9.                  


The homeobox gene, Xanf-1, can control both neural differentiation and patterning in the presumptive anterior neurectoderm of the Xenopus laevis embryo., Ermakova GV., Development. October 1, 1999; 126 (20): 4513-23.                  


Post-transcriptional regulation of Xwnt-8 expression is required for normal myogenesis during vertebrate embryonic development., Tian Q., Development. August 1, 1999; 126 (15): 3371-80.                  


Chondroitin sulfates modulate axon guidance in embryonic Xenopus brain., Anderson RB., Dev Biol. October 15, 1998; 202 (2): 235-43.        


Xenopus Zic family and its role in neural and neural crest development., Nakata K., Mech Dev. July 1, 1998; 75 (1-2): 43-51.            


Xenopus cadherin-11 (Xcadherin-11) expression requires the Wg/Wnt signal., Hadeball B., Mech Dev. March 1, 1998; 72 (1-2): 101-13.        


Xenopus Zic3, a primary regulator both in neural and neural crest development., Nakata K., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. October 28, 1997; 94 (22): 11980-5.            


Essential role of heparan sulfates in axon navigation and targeting in the developing visual system., Walz A., Development. June 1, 1997; 124 (12): 2421-30.        


Xwnt-8 and lithium can act upon either dorsal mesodermal or neurectodermal cells to cause a loss of forebrain in Xenopus embryos., Fredieu JR., Dev Biol. June 1, 1997; 186 (1): 100-14.                


Expression of a novel N-CAM glycoform (NOC-1) on axon tracts in embryonic Xenopus brain., Anderson RB., Dev Dyn. November 1, 1996; 207 (3): 263-9.      


Expression of an extracellular deletion of Xotch diverts cell fate in Xenopus embryos., Coffman CR., Cell. May 21, 1993; 73 (4): 659-71.            


Xenopus Distal-less related homeobox genes are expressed in the developing forebrain and are induced by planar signals., Papalopulu N., Development. March 1, 1993; 117 (3): 961-75.          

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