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|A novel function for Egr4 in posterior hindbrain development.
Bae CJ, Jeong J, Saint-Jeannet JP.
Sci Rep. September 21, 2015; 5 7750.
|Paraxis is required for somite morphogenesis and differentiation in Xenopus laevis.
Sánchez RS, Sánchez SS.
Dev Dyn. August 1, 2015; 244 (8): 973-87.
|Klhl31 attenuates β-catenin dependent Wnt signaling and regulates embryo myogenesis.
Abou-Elhamd A, Alrefaei AF, Mok GF, Garcia-Morales C, Abu-Elmagd M, Wheeler GN, Münsterberg AE.
Dev Biol. June 1, 2015; 402 (1): 61-71.
|The requirement of histone modification by PRDM12 and Kdm4a for the development of pre-placodal ectoderm and neural crest in Xenopus.
Matsukawa S, Miwata K, Asashima M, Michiue T.
Dev Biol. March 1, 2015; 399 (1): 164-176.
|Snail2/Slug cooperates with Polycomb repressive complex 2 (PRC2) to regulate neural crest development.
Tien CL, Jones A, Wang H, Gerigk M, Nozell S, Chang C.
Development. February 15, 2015; 142 (4): 722-31.
|Xhe2 is a member of the astacin family of metalloproteases that promotes Xenopus hatching.
Hong CS, Saint-Jeannet JP.
Genesis. December 1, 2014; 52 (12): 946-51.
|Sox5 Is a DNA-binding cofactor for BMP R-Smads that directs target specificity during patterning of the early ectoderm.
Nordin K, LaBonne C.
Dev Cell. November 10, 2014; 31 (3): 374-382.
|Transcription factor AP2 epsilon (Tfap2e) regulates neural crest specification in Xenopus.
Hong CS, Devotta A, Lee YH, Park BY, Saint-Jeannet JP.
Dev Neurobiol. September 1, 2014; 74 (9): 894-906.
|Developmental expression and role of Kinesin Eg5 during Xenopus laevis embryogenesis.
Fernández JP, Agüero TH, Vega López GA, Marranzino G, Cerrizuela S, Aybar MJ.
Dev Dyn. April 1, 2014; 243 (4): 527-40.
|Identification of Pax3 and Zic1 targets in the developing neural crest.
Bae CJ, Park BY, Lee YH, Lee YH, Tobias JW, Hong CS, Saint-Jeannet JP.
Dev Biol. February 15, 2014; 386 (2): 473-83.
|Zygotic expression of Exostosin1 (Ext1) is required for BMP signaling and establishment of dorsal-ventral pattern in Xenopus.
Shieh YE, Wells DE, Sater AK.
Int J Dev Biol. January 1, 2014; 58 (1): 27-34.
|Xenopus Nkx6.3 is a neural plate border specifier required for neural crest development.
Zhang Z, Shi Y, Shi Y, Zhao S, Li J, Li C, Mao B.
PLoS One. January 1, 2014; 9 (12): e115165.
|Calpain2 protease: A new member of the Wnt/Ca(2+) pathway modulating convergent extension movements in Xenopus.
Zanardelli S, Christodoulou N, Skourides PA.
Dev Biol. December 1, 2013; 384 (1): 83-100.
|Dhrs3 protein attenuates retinoic acid signaling and is required for early embryonic patterning.
Kam RK, Shi W, Chan SO, Chen Y, Xu G, Lau CB, Fung KP, Chan WY, Zhao H.
J Biol Chem. November 1, 2013; 288 (44): 31477-87.
|In vivo T-box transcription factor profiling reveals joint regulation of embryonic neuromesodermal bipotency.
Gentsch GE, Owens ND, Martin SR, Piccinelli P, Faial T, Trotter MW, Gilchrist MJ, Smith JC.
Cell Rep. September 26, 2013; 4 (6): 1185-96.
|Xenopus laevis nucleotide binding protein 1 (xNubp1) is important for convergent extension movements and controls ciliogenesis via regulation of the actin cytoskeleton.
Ioannou A, Santama N, Skourides PA.
Dev Biol. August 15, 2013; 380 (2): 243-58.
|Mutual repression between Gbx2 and Otx2 in sensory placodes reveals a general mechanism for ectodermal patterning.
Steventon B, Mayor R, Streit A.
Dev Biol. July 1, 2012; 367 (1): 55-65.
|Indian hedgehog signaling is required for proper formation, maintenance and migration of Xenopus neural crest.
Agüero TH, Fernández JP, López GA, Tríbulo C, Aybar MJ.
Dev Biol. April 15, 2012; 364 (2): 99-113.
|Xaml1/Runx1 is required for the specification of Rohon-Beard sensory neurons in Xenopus.
Park BY, Hong CS, Weaver JR, Rosocha EM, Saint-Jeannet JP.
Dev Biol. February 1, 2012; 362 (1): 65-75.
|The LIM adaptor protein LMO4 is an essential regulator of neural crest development.
Ochoa SD, Salvador S, LaBonne C.
Dev Biol. January 15, 2012; 361 (2): 313-25.