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Chromatin accessibility and histone acetylation in the regulation of competence in early development., Esmaeili M, Blythe SA, Tobias JW, Zhang K, Yang J, Klein PS., Dev Biol. June 1, 2020; 462 (1): 20-35.


Yeast filamentation signaling is connected to a specific substrate translocation mechanism of the Mep2 transceptor., Brito AS, Neuhäuser B, Wintjens R, Marini AM, Boeckstaens M., PLoS Genet. January 1, 2020; 16 (2): e1008634.                  


Mechanical strain, novel genes and evolutionary insights: news from the frog left-right organizer., Blum M, Ott T., Curr Opin Genet Dev. January 1, 2019; 56 8-14.      


Embryonic regeneration by relocalization of the Spemann organizer during twinning in Xenopus., Moriyama Y, De Robertis EM., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. January 1, 2018; 115 (21): E4815-E4822.              


Kv4.2 autism and epilepsy mutation enhances inactivation of closed channels but impairs access to inactivated state after opening., Lin MA, Cannon SC, Papazian DM., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. January 1, 2018; 115 (15): E3559-E3568.


Leftward Flow Determines Laterality in Conjoined Twins., Tisler M, Thumberger T, Schneider I, Schweickert A, Blum M., Curr Biol. February 20, 2017; 27 (4): 543-548.                


A catalog of Xenopus tropicalis transcription factors and their regional expression in the early gastrula stage embryo., Blitz IL, Paraiso KD, Patrushev I, Chiu WTY, Cho KWY, Gilchrist MJ., Dev Biol. January 1, 2017; 426 (2): 409-417.        


Identification and comparative analyses of Siamois cluster genes in Xenopus laevis and tropicalis., Haramoto Y, Saijyo T, Tanaka T, Furuno N, Suzuki A, Suzuki A, Ito Y, Kondo M, Taira M, Takahashi S., Dev Biol. January 1, 2017; 426 (2): 374-383.                  


Xenopus, an ideal model organism to study laterality in conjoined twins., Tisler M, Schweickert A, Blum M., Genesis. January 1, 2017; 55 (1-2):         


A gene regulatory program controlling early Xenopus mesendoderm formation: Network conservation and motifs., Charney RM, Paraiso KD, Blitz IL, Cho KWY., Semin Cell Dev Biol. January 1, 2017; 66 12-24.    


Specification of anteroposterior axis by combinatorial signaling during Xenopus development., Carron C, Shi DL., Wiley Interdiscip Rev Dev Biol. March 1, 2016; 5 (2): 150-68.            


Measuring Absolute RNA Copy Numbers at High Temporal Resolution Reveals Transcriptome Kinetics in Development., Owens ND, Blitz IL, Lane MA, Patrushev I, Overton JD, Gilchrist MJ, Cho KW, Khokha MK., Cell Rep. January 26, 2016; 14 (3): 632-47.                                                  


The proposed channel-enzyme transient receptor potential melastatin 2 does not possess ADP ribose hydrolase activity., Iordanov I, Mihályi C, Tóth B, Csanády L., Elife. January 1, 2016; 5                     


Embryonic transcription is controlled by maternally defined chromatin state., Hontelez S, van Kruijsbergen I, Georgiou G, van Heeringen SJ, Bogdanovic O, Lister R, Veenstra GJC., Nat Commun. December 18, 2015; 6 10148.                


Early neural ectodermal genes are activated by Siamois and Twin during blastula stages., Klein SL, Moody SA., Genesis. May 1, 2015; 53 (5): 308-20.          


Twin Xenopus laevis embryos appearing from flattened eggs., Sato E., Proc Jpn Acad Ser B Phys Biol Sci. January 1, 2014; 90 (8): 307-12.          


Left-right patterning in Xenopus conjoined twin embryos requires serotonin signaling and gap junctions., Vandenberg LN, Blackiston DJ, Rea AC, Dore TM, Levin M., Int J Dev Biol. January 1, 2014; 58 (10-12): 799-809.                


A genome-wide survey of maternal and embryonic transcripts during Xenopus tropicalis development., Paranjpe SS, Jacobi UG, van Heeringen SJ, Veenstra GJ., BMC Genomics. May 28, 2013; 14 762.              


Homeoprotein hhex-induced conversion of intestinal to ventral pancreatic precursors results in the formation of giant pancreata in Xenopus embryos., Zhao H, Han D, Dawid IB, Pieler T, Chen Y, Chen Y., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. May 29, 2012; 109 (22): 8594-9.                              


Polarity proteins are required for left-right axis orientation and twin-twin instruction., Vandenberg LN, Levin M., Genesis. March 1, 2012; 50 (3): 219-34.                    


Xenopus Zic3 controls notochord and organizer development through suppression of the Wnt/β-catenin signaling pathway., Fujimi TJ, Hatayama M, Aruga J., Dev Biol. January 15, 2012; 361 (2): 220-31.                          


Paroxysmal choreoathetosis/spasticity (DYT9) is caused by a GLUT1 defect., Weber YG, Kamm C, Suls A, Kempfle J, Kotschet K, Schüle R, Wuttke TV, Maljevic S, Liebrich J, Gasser T, Ludolph AC, Van Paesschen W, Schöls L, De Jonghe P, Auburger G, Lerche H., Neurology. September 6, 2011; 77 (10): 959-64.


Siamois and Twin are redundant and essential in formation of the Spemann organizer., Bae S, Reid CD, Kessler DS., Dev Biol. April 15, 2011; 352 (2): 367-81.                    


A gene regulatory network controlling hhex transcription in the anterior endoderm of the organizer., Rankin SA, Rankin SA, Kormish J, Kofron M, Jegga A, Zorn AM., Dev Biol. March 15, 2011; 351 (2): 297-310.                            


Consistent left-right asymmetry cannot be established by late organizers in Xenopus unless the late organizer is a conjoined twin., Vandenberg LN, Levin M., Development. April 1, 2010; 137 (7): 1095-105.


Mediolateral and rostrocaudal topographic organization of the sympathetic preganglionic cell pool in the spinal cord of Xenopus laevis., Nakano M, Goris RC, Atobe Y, Kadota T, Funakoshi K., J Comp Neurol. March 20, 2009; 513 (3): 292-314.                      


Expression of Siamois and Twin in the blastula Chordin/Noggin signaling center is required for brain formation in Xenopus laevis embryos., Ishibashi H, Matsumura N, Hanafusa H, Matsumoto K, De Robertis EM, Kuroda H., Mech Dev. January 1, 2008; 125 (1-2): 58-66.              


Intrinsic chiral properties of the Xenopus egg cortex: an early indicator of left-right asymmetry?, Danilchik MV, Brown EE, Brown EE, Riegert K., Development. November 1, 2006; 133 (22): 4517-26.                        


Oncogenic Met receptor induces cell-cycle progression in Xenopus oocytes independent of direct Grb2 and Shc binding or Mos synthesis, but requires phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase and Raf signaling., Mood K, Saucier C, Ishimura A, Bong YS, Lee HS, Park M, Daar IO., J Cell Physiol. April 1, 2006; 207 (1): 271-85.


An amphioxus LIM-homeobox gene, AmphiLim1/5, expressed early in the invaginating organizer region and later in differentiating cells of the kidney and central nervous system., Langeland JA, Holland LZ, Chastain RA, Holland ND., Int J Biol Sci. January 1, 2006; 2 (3): 110-6.      


XIC is required for Siamois activity and dorsoanterior development., Snider L, Tapscott SJ., Mol Cell Biol. June 1, 2005; 25 (12): 5061-72.


Association of the serum and glucocorticoid regulated kinase (sgk1) gene with QT interval., Busjahn A, Seebohm G, Maier G, Toliat MR, Nürnberg P, Aydin A, Luft FC, Lang F., Cell Physiol Biochem. January 1, 2004; 14 (3): 135-42.


Regulation of heart size in Xenopus laevis., Garriock RJ, Drysdale TA., Differentiation. October 1, 2003; 71 (8): 506-15.            


Conservation of Pax 6 function and upstream activation by Notch signaling in eye development of frogs and flies., Onuma Y, Takahashi S, Asashima M, Kurata S, Gehring WJ., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. February 19, 2002; 99 (4): 2020-5.


Quantitative expression studies of aldolase A, B and C genes in developing embryos and adult tissues of Xenopus laevis., Kajita E, Moriwaki J, Yatsuki H, Hori K, Miura K, Hirai M, Shiokawa K., Mech Dev. April 1, 2001; 102 (1-2): 283-7.                


Guard cell inward K+ channel activity in arabidopsis involves expression of the twin channel subunits KAT1 and KAT2., Pilot G, Lacombe B, Gaymard F, Cherel I, Boucherez J, Thibaud JB, Sentenac H., J Biol Chem. February 2, 2001; 276 (5): 3215-21.


Transcriptional regulation by Smads: crosstalk between the TGF-beta and Wnt pathways., Letamendia A, Labbé E, Attisano L., J Bone Joint Surg Am. January 1, 2001; 83-A Suppl 1 (Pt 1): S31-9.


The maternal Xenopus beta-catenin signaling pathway, activated by frizzled homologs, induces goosecoid in a cell non-autonomous manner., Brown JD, Hallagan SE, McGrew LL, Miller JR, Moon RT., Dev Growth Differ. August 1, 2000; 42 (4): 347-57.              


Association of Smads with lymphoid enhancer binding factor 1/T cell-specific factor mediates cooperative signaling by the transforming growth factor-beta and wnt pathways., Labbé E, Letamendia A, Attisano L., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. July 18, 2000; 97 (15): 8358-63.


The HMG-box transcription factor XTcf-4 demarcates the forebrain-midbrain boundary., König A, Gradl D, Kühl M, Wedlich D., Mech Dev. May 1, 2000; 93 (1-2): 211-4.    


Interaction between Wnt and TGF-beta signalling pathways during formation of Spemann''s organizer., Nishita M, Hashimoto MK, Ogata S, Laurent MN, Ueno N, Shibuya H, Cho KW., Nature. February 17, 2000; 403 (6771): 781-5.


Bone morphogenetic protein antagonism of Spemann''s organizer is independent of Wnt signaling., Laurent MN, Cho KW., Dev Biol. February 15, 1999; 206 (2): 157-62.


From cortical rotation to organizer gene expression: toward a molecular explanation of axis specification in Xenopus., Moon RT, Kimelman D., Bioessays. July 1, 1998; 20 (7): 536-45.


The Xenopus homeobox gene twin mediates Wnt induction of goosecoid in establishment of Spemann''s organizer., Laurent MN, Blitz IL, Hashimoto C, Rothbächer U, Cho KW., Development. December 1, 1997; 124 (23): 4905-16.


Organizer induction determines left-right asymmetry in Xenopus., Nascone N, Mercola M., Dev Biol. September 1, 1997; 189 (1): 68-78.          


Initiation of vertebrate left-right axis formation by maternal Vg1., Hyatt BA, Lohr JL, Yost HJ., Nature. November 7, 1996; 384 (6604): 62-5.


On the molecular nature of the lidocaine receptor of cardiac Na+ channels. Modification of block by alterations in the alpha-subunit III-IV interdomain., Bennett PB, Valenzuela C, Chen LQ, Kallen RG., Circ Res. September 1, 1995; 77 (3): 584-92.


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


A step in embryonic axis specification in Xenopus laevis is simulated by cytoplasmic displacements elicited by gravity and centrifugal force., Black SD., Adv Space Res. January 1, 1989; 9 (11): 159-68.


Dynamics of the control of body pattern in the development of Xenopus laevis. IV. Timing and pattern in the development of twinned bodies after reorientation of eggs in gravity., Cooke J., Development. March 1, 1987; 99 (3): 417-27.

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