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Profile Publications(15)

Publications By Amanda J. Dickinson

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Role of JNK during buccopharyngeal membrane perforation, the last step of embryonic mouth formation.
Houssin NS, Bharathan NK, Turner SD, Dickinson AJ.
Dev Dyn. January 1, 2017; 246 (2): 100-115.

E-cigarette aerosol exposure can cause craniofacial defects in Xenopus laevis embryos and mammalian neural crest cells.
Kennedy AE, Kandalam S, Olivares-Navarrete R, Dickinson AJG.
PLoS One. January 1, 2017; 12 (9): e0185729.

Using frogs faces to dissect the mechanisms underlying human orofacial defects.
Dickinson AJ.
Semin Cell Dev Biol. March 1, 2016; 51 54-63.

Budgett''s frog (Lepidobatrachus laevis): A new amphibian embryo for developmental biology.
Amin NM, Womble M, Ledon-Rettig C, Hull M, Dickinson A, Nascone-Yoder N.
Dev Biol. September 15, 2015; 405 (2): 291-303.

The role of folate metabolism in orofacial development and clefting.
Wahl SE, Kennedy AE, Wyatt BH, Moore AD, Pridgen DE, Cherry AM, Mavila CB, Dickinson AJ.
Dev Biol. September 1, 2015; 405 (1): 108-22.

Quantification of orofacial phenotypes in Xenopus.
Kennedy AE, Dickinson AJ.
J Vis Exp. November 6, 2014; (93): e52062.

Retinoic acid induced-1 (Rai1) regulates craniofacial and brain development in Xenopus.
Tahir R, Kennedy A, Elsea SH, Dickinson AJ.
Mech Dev. August 1, 2014; 133 91-104.

The extreme anterior domain is an essential craniofacial organizer acting through Kinin-Kallikrein signaling.
Jacox L, Sindelka R, Chen J, Rothman A, Dickinson A, Sive H.
Cell Rep. July 24, 2014; 8 (2): 596-609.

Quantitative analysis of orofacial development and median clefts in Xenopus laevis.
Kennedy AE, Dickinson AJ.
Anat Rec (Hoboken). May 1, 2014; 297 (5): 834-55.

Facial transplants in Xenopus laevis embryos.
Jacox LA, Dickinson AJ, Sive H.
J Vis Exp. March 4, 2014; (85):

Median facial clefts in Xenopus laevis: roles of retinoic acid signaling and homeobox genes.
Kennedy AE, Dickinson AJ.
Dev Biol. May 1, 2012; 365 (1): 229-40.

The Wnt antagonists Frzb-1 and Crescent locally regulate basement membrane dissolution in the developing primary mouth.
Dickinson AJ, Sive HL.
Development. April 1, 2009; 136 (7): 1071-81.

Positioning the extreme anterior in Xenopus: cement gland, primary mouth and anterior pituitary.
Dickinson A, Sive H.
Semin Cell Dev Biol. August 1, 2007; 18 (4): 525-33.

Development of the primary mouth in Xenopus laevis.
Dickinson AJ, Sive H.
Dev Biol. July 15, 2006; 295 (2): 700-13.

Identification of a BMP inhibitor-responsive promoter module required for expression of the early neural gene zic1.
Tropepe V, Li S, Dickinson A, Gamse JT, Sive HL.
Dev Biol. January 15, 2006; 289 (2): 517-29.

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