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|A molecular atlas of the developing ectoderm defines neural, neural crest, placode, and nonneural progenitor identity in vertebrates.
Plouhinec JL, Medina-Ruiz S, Borday C, Bernard E, Vert JP, Eisen MB, Harland RM, Monsoro-Burq AH.
PLoS Biol. October 1, 2017; 15 (10): e2004045.
|Distinct cis-acting regions control six6 expression during eye field and optic cup stages of eye formation.
Ledford KL, Martinez-De Luna RI, Theisen MA, Rawlins KD, Viczian AS, Zuber ME.
Dev Biol. June 15, 2017; 426 (2): 418-428.
|FoxD1 protein interacts with Wnt and BMP signaling to differentially pattern mesoderm and neural tissue.
Polevoy H, Malyarova A, Fonar Y, Elias S, Frank D.
Int J Dev Biol. January 1, 2017; 61 (3-4-5): 293-302.
|A novel N-terminal motif is responsible for the evolution of neural crest-specific gene-regulatory activity in vertebrate FoxD3.
Ono H, Kozmik Z, Yu JK, Wada H.
Dev Biol. January 15, 2014; 385 (2): 396-404.
|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.
|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.
|Focal adhesion kinase protein regulates Wnt3a gene expression to control cell fate specification in the developing neural plate.
Fonar Y, Gutkovich YE, Root H, Malyarova A, Aamar E, Golubovskaya VM, Elias S, Elkouby YM, Frank D.
Mol Biol Cell. July 1, 2011; 22 (13): 2409-21.
|Conservation and diversification of an ancestral chordate gene regulatory network for dorsoventral patterning.
Kozmikova I, Smolikova J, Vlcek C, Kozmik Z.
PLoS One. February 3, 2011; 6 (2): e14650.
|Xenopus Meis3 protein lies at a nexus downstream to Zic1 and Pax3 proteins, regulating multiple cell-fates during early nervous system development.
Gutkovich YE, Ofir R, Elkouby YM, Dibner C, Gefen A, Elias S, Frank D.
Dev Biol. February 1, 2010; 338 (1): 50-62.
|FGF is essential for both condensation and mesenchymal-epithelial transition stages of pronephric kidney tubule development.
Urban AE, Zhou X, Ungos JM, Raible DW, Altmann CR, Vize PD.
Dev Biol. September 1, 2006; 297 (1): 103-17.
|Genomic profiling of mixer and Sox17beta targets during Xenopus endoderm development.
Dickinson K, Leonard J, Baker JC.
Dev Dyn. February 1, 2006; 235 (2): 368-81.
|Role of crescent in convergent extension movements by modulating Wnt signaling in early Xenopus embryogenesis.
Shibata M, Itoh M, Hikasa H, Taira S, Taira M.
Mech Dev. December 1, 2005; 122 (12): 1322-39.
|Of Fox and Frogs: Fox (fork head/winged helix) transcription factors in Xenopus development.
Pohl BS, Knöchel W.
Gene. January 3, 2005; 344 21-32.
|Temporal and spatial expression patterns of FoxD2 during the early development of Xenopus laevis.
Pohl BS, Knöchel W.
Mech Dev. February 1, 2002; 111 (1-2): 181-4.
|Transgenic Xenopus embryos reveal that anterior neural development requires continued suppression of BMP signaling after gastrulation.
Hartley KO, Hardcastle Z, Friday RV, Amaya E, Papalopulu N.
Dev Biol. October 1, 2001; 238 (1): 168-84.
|Requirement of FoxD3-class signaling for neural crest determination in Xenopus.
Sasai N, Mizuseki K, Sasai Y.
Development. July 1, 2001; 128 (13): 2525-36.
|Ras-mediated FGF signaling is required for the formation of posterior but not anterior neural tissue in Xenopus laevis.
Ribisi S, Mariani FV, Aamar E, Lamb TM, Frank D, Harland RM.
Dev Biol. November 1, 2000; 227 (1): 183-96.
|Xenopus brain factor-2 controls mesoderm, forebrain and neural crest development.
Gómez-Skarmeta JL, de la Calle-Mustienes E, Modolell J, Mayor R.
Mech Dev. January 1, 1999; 80 (1): 15-27.
|XBF-2 is a transcriptional repressor that converts ectoderm into neural tissue.
Mariani FV, Harland RM.
Development. December 1, 1998; 125 (24): 5019-31.
|Identification of a heparin-binding, mesoderm-inducing peptide in the swim-bladder of the red seabream, Pagrus major: a probable fish fibroblast growth factor.
Suzuki T, Kurokawa T, Asashima M.
Fish Physiol Biochem. October 1, 1994; 13 (4): 343-52.