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Identification of regulatory sequences in the prelude sequences of an H2A histone gene by the study of specific deletion mutants in vivo., Grosschedl R, Birnstiel ML., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. March 1, 1980; 77 (3): 1432-6.

In vitro evidence for T-B lymphocyte collaboration in the clawed toad, Xenopus., Blomberg B, Bernard CC, Du Pasquier L., Eur J Immunol. November 1, 1980; 10 (11): 869-76.

Spacer DNA sequences upstream of the T-A-T-A-A-A-T-A sequence are essential for promotion of H2A histone gene transcription in vivo., Grosschedl R, Birnstiel ML., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. December 1, 1980; 77 (12): 7102-6.

Restoration of antibody responsiveness in early thymectomized Xenopus by implantation of major histocompatibility complex-mismatched larval thymus., Du Pasquier L, Horton JD., Eur J Immunol. July 1, 1982; 12 (7): 546-51.

Analysis of expression of adenovirus DNA (fragments) by microinjection in Xenopus oocytes. Independent synthesis of minor early region 2 proteins., Asselbergs FA, Smart JE, Mathews MB., J Mol Biol. January 15, 1983; 163 (2): 209-38.

Synthesis of human U1 RNA. II. Identification of two regions of the promoter essential for transcription initiation at position +1., Skuzeski JM, Lund E, Murphy JT, Steinberg TH, Burgess RR, Dahlberg JE., J Biol Chem. July 10, 1984; 259 (13): 8345-52.

Conserved sequences and cell-specific DNase I hypersensitive sites upstream from the co-ordinately expressed alpha I- and alpha II-globin genes of Xenopus laevis., Stalder J, Meyerhof W, Wirthmüller U, Gruber A, Wyler T, Knöchel W, Weber R., J Mol Biol. March 20, 1986; 188 (2): 119-28.

Expression pattern of the mouse T gene and its role in mesoderm formation., Wilkinson DG, Bhatt S, Herrmann BG., Nature. February 15, 1990; 343 (6259): 657-9.

Expression of a Xenopus homolog of Brachyury (T) is an immediate-early response to mesoderm induction., Smith JC, Price BM, Green JB, Green JB, Weigel D, Herrmann BG., Cell. October 4, 1991; 67 (1): 79-87.

The evolution of vertebrate gastrulation., De Robertis EM, Fainsod A, Gont LK, Steinbeisser H., Dev Suppl. January 1, 1992; 117-24.

Goosecoid and the organizer., De Roberts EM, Blum M, Niehrs C, Steinbeisser H., Dev Suppl. January 1, 1992; 167-71.

DVR-4 (bone morphogenetic protein-4) as a posterior-ventralizing factor in Xenopus mesoderm induction., Jones CM, Lyons KM, Lapan PM, Wright CV, Hogan BL., Development. June 1, 1992; 115 (2): 639-47.

Ectopic mesoderm formation in Xenopus embryos caused by widespread expression of a Brachyury homologue., Cunliffe V, Smith JC., Nature. July 30, 1992; 358 (6385): 427-30.

A truncated activin receptor inhibits mesoderm induction and formation of axial structures in Xenopus embryos., Hemmati-Brivanlou A, Melton DA., Nature. October 15, 1992; 359 (6396): 609-14.

Responses of embryonic Xenopus cells to activin and FGF are separated by multiple dose thresholds and correspond to distinct axes of the mesoderm., Green JB, Green JB, New HV, Smith JC., Cell. November 27, 1992; 71 (5): 731-9.            

Interaction of Wnt and activin in dorsal mesoderm induction in Xenopus., Sokol SY, Melton DA., Dev Biol. December 1, 1992; 154 (2): 348-55.

The frog prince-ss: a molecular formula for dorsoventral patterning in Xenopus., Sive HL., Genes Dev. January 1, 1993; 7 (1): 1-12.

Differential induction of regulatory genes during mesoderm formation in Xenopus laevis embryos., Tadano T, Otani H, Taira M, Dawid IB., Dev Genet. January 1, 1993; 14 (3): 204-11.

[Regionalization of the expression of tenascin as a response to the inducers of mesoderm]., Umbhauer M, Riou JF, Boucaut JC., C R Seances Soc Biol Fil. January 1, 1993; 187 (3): 341-55.

Integrin alpha subunit mRNAs are differentially expressed in early Xenopus embryos., Whittaker CA, DeSimone DW., Development. April 1, 1993; 117 (4): 1239-49.          

FGF signalling in the early specification of mesoderm in Xenopus., Amaya E, Stein PA, Musci TJ, Kirschner MW., Development. June 1, 1993; 118 (2): 477-87.        

The Brachyury gene encodes a novel DNA binding protein., Kispert A, Herrmann BG., EMBO J. August 1, 1993; 12 (8): 3211-20.

Xwnt-5A: a maternal Wnt that affects morphogenetic movements after overexpression in embryos of Xenopus laevis., Moon RT, Campbell RM, Christian JL, McGrew LL, Shih J, Fraser S., Development. September 1, 1993; 119 (1): 97-111.                  

Regulatory interactions during embryogenesis in Xenopus laevis., Dawid IB, Otani H, Curtiss P, Taira M., C R Acad Sci III. September 1, 1993; 316 (9): 945-58.

Expression of Xenopus snail in mesoderm and prospective neural fold ectoderm., Essex LJ, Mayor R, Sargent MG., Dev Dyn. October 1, 1993; 198 (2): 108-22.              

The expression of a zebrafish gene homologous to Drosophila snail suggests a conserved function in invertebrate and vertebrate gastrulation., Hammerschmidt M, Nüsslein-Volhard C., Development. December 1, 1993; 119 (4): 1107-18.

XFKH2, a Xenopus HNF-3 alpha homologue, exhibits both activin-inducible and autonomous phases of expression in early embryos., Bolce ME, Hemmati-Brivanlou A, Harland RM., Dev Biol. December 1, 1993; 160 (2): 413-23.              

Tail formation as a continuation of gastrulation: the multiple cell populations of the Xenopus tailbud derive from the late blastopore lip., Gont LK, Steinbeisser H, Blumberg B, de Robertis EM., Development. December 1, 1993; 119 (4): 991-1004.                

The ventral and posterior expression of the zebrafish homeobox gene eve1 is perturbed in dorsalized and mutant embryos., Joly JS, Joly C, Schulte-Merker S, Boulekbache H, Condamine H., Development. December 1, 1993; 119 (4): 1261-75.

Immunohistochemical analysis of the Brachyury protein in wild-type and mutant mouse embryos., Kispert A, Herrmann BG., Dev Biol. January 1, 1994; 161 (1): 179-93.

Primitive streak mesoderm-like cell lines expressing Pax-3 and Hox gene autoinducing activities., Pruitt SC., Development. January 1, 1994; 120 (1): 37-47.

Specification of mesodermal pattern in Xenopus laevis by interactions between Brachyury, noggin and Xwnt-8., Cunliffe V, Smith JC., EMBO J. January 15, 1994; 13 (2): 349-59.

Mesoderm induction by activin requires FGF-mediated intracellular signals., LaBonne C, Whitman M., Development. February 1, 1994; 120 (2): 463-72.

Activin-mediated mesoderm induction requires FGF., Cornell RA, Kimelman D., Development. February 1, 1994; 120 (2): 453-62.

Dorsal-ventral differences in Xcad-3 expression in response to FGF-mediated induction in Xenopus., Northrop JL, Kimelman D., Dev Biol. February 1, 1994; 161 (2): 490-503.                

GR transcripts are localized during early Xenopus laevis embryogenesis and overexpression of GR inhibits differentiation after dexamethasone treatment., Gao X, Stegeman BI, Lanser P, Koster JG, Destrée OH., Biochem Biophys Res Commun. March 15, 1994; 199 (2): 734-41.        

Regulated expression of Brachyury(T), Nkx1.1 and Pax genes in embryoid bodies., Yamada G, Kioussi C, Schubert FR, Eto Y, Chowdhury K, Pituello F, Gruss P., Biochem Biophys Res Commun. March 15, 1994; 199 (2): 552-63.

Expression of zebrafish goosecoid and no tail gene products in wild-type and mutant no tail embryos., Schulte-Merker S, Hammerschmidt M, Beuchle D, Cho KW, De Robertis EM, Nüsslein-Volhard C., Development. April 1, 1994; 120 (4): 843-52.

Conversion of a mesodermalizing molecule, the Xenopus Brachyury gene, into a neuralizing factor., Rao Y., Genes Dev. April 15, 1994; 8 (8): 939-47.

A role for cytoplasmic determinants in mesoderm patterning: cell-autonomous activation of the goosecoid and Xwnt-8 genes along the dorsoventral axis of early Xenopus embryos., Lemaire P, Gurdon JB., Development. May 1, 1994; 120 (5): 1191-9.          

Expression of the LIM class homeobox gene Xlim-1 in pronephros and CNS cell lineages of Xenopus embryos is affected by retinoic acid and exogastrulation., Taira M, Otani H, Jamrich M, Dawid IB., Development. June 1, 1994; 120 (6): 1525-36.        

Borrowing thy neighbour''s genetics: neural induction and a Brachyury mutant in Xenopus., Green JB., Bioessays. August 1, 1994; 16 (8): 539-40.

Morphological differences in Xenopus embryonic mesodermal cells are specified as an early response to distinct threshold concentrations of activin., Symes K, Yordán C, Mercola M., Development. August 1, 1994; 120 (8): 2339-46.

Slow emergence of a multithreshold response to activin requires cell-contact-dependent sharpening but not prepattern., Green JB, Green JB, Smith JC, Gerhart JC., Development. August 1, 1994; 120 (8): 2271-8.

Control of somitic expression of tenascin in Xenopus embryos by myogenic factors and Brachyury., Umbhauer M, Riou JF, Smith JC, Boucaut JC., Dev Dyn. August 1, 1994; 200 (4): 269-77.

eFGF regulates Xbra expression during Xenopus gastrulation., Isaacs HV, Pownall ME, Slack JM., EMBO J. October 3, 1994; 13 (19): 4469-81.

A truncated bone morphogenetic protein receptor affects dorsal-ventral patterning in the early Xenopus embryo., Suzuki A, Thies RS, Yamaji N, Song JJ, Wozney JM, Murakami K, Ueno N., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. October 25, 1994; 91 (22): 10255-9.          

Cadherin-mediated cell interactions are necessary for the activation of MyoD in Xenopus mesoderm., Holt CE, Lemaire P, Gurdon JB., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. November 8, 1994; 91 (23): 10844-8.              

The pregastrula establishment of gene expression pattern in Xenopus embryos: requirements for local cell interactions and for protein synthesis., Sokol SY., Dev Biol. December 1, 1994; 166 (2): 782-8.

Widespread expression of the Xenopus homeobox gene Xhox3 in zebrafish eggs causes a disruption of the anterior-posterior axis., Barro O, Joly C, Condamine H, Boulekbache H., Int J Dev Biol. December 1, 1994; 38 (4): 613-22.

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