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Papers associated with hoxa9

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De novo transcription of multiple Hox cluster genes takes place simultaneously in early Xenopus tropicalis embryos., Kondo M, Matsuo M, Igarashi K, Haramoto Y, Yamamoto T, Yasuoka Y, Taira M., Biol Open. March 4, 2019; 8 (3):                                   


Transcriptome profiling reveals male- and female-specific gene expression pattern and novel gene candidates for the control of sex determination and gonad development in Xenopus laevis., Piprek RP, Damulewicz M, Tassan JP, Kloc M, Kubiak JZ., Dev Genes Evol. January 1, 2019; 229 (2-3): 53-72.        


Morphological and transcriptomic analyses reveal three discrete primary stages of postembryonic development in the common fire salamander, Salamandra salamandra., Sanchez E, Küpfer E, Goedbloed DJ, Nolte AW, Lüddecke T, Schulz S, Vences M, Steinfartz S., J Exp Zool B Mol Dev Evol. January 1, 2018; 330 (2): 96-108.


Comprehensive analyses of hox gene expression in Xenopus laevis embryos and adult tissues., Kondo M, Yamamoto T, Takahashi S, Taira M., Dev Growth Differ. August 1, 2017; 59 (6): 526-539.                                


Direct reprogramming of fibroblasts into renal tubular epithelial cells by defined transcription factors., Kaminski MM, Tosic J, Kresbach C, Engel H, Klockenbusch J, Müller AL, Pichler R, Grahammer F, Kretz O, Huber TB, Walz G, Arnold SJ, Lienkamp SS., Nat Cell Biol. December 1, 2016; 18 (12): 1269-1280.                  


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.            


A role for BMP-induced homeobox gene MIXL1 in acute myelogenous leukemia and identification of type I BMP receptor as a potential target for therapy., Raymond A, Liu B, Liang H, Wei C, Guindani M, Lu Y, Liang S, St John LS, Molldrem J, Nagarajan L., Oncotarget. December 30, 2014; 5 (24): 12675-93.              


Active repression by RARγ signaling is required for vertebrate axial elongation., Janesick A, Nguyen TT, Aisaki K, Igarashi K, Kitajima S, Chandraratna RA, Kanno J, Blumberg B., Development. June 1, 2014; 141 (11): 2260-70.                    


Evolutionarily repurposed networks reveal the well-known antifungal drug thiabendazole to be a novel vascular disrupting agent., Cha HJ, Byrom M, Mead PE, Ellington AD, Wallingford JB, Marcotte EM., PLoS Biol. January 1, 2012; 10 (8): e1001379.                  


Analyzing the function of a hox gene: an evolutionary approach., Michaut L, Jansen HJ, Bardine N, Durston AJ, Gehring WJ., Dev Growth Differ. December 1, 2011; 53 (9): 982-93.                  


The RING finger protein MSL2 in the MOF complex is an E3 ubiquitin ligase for H2B K34 and is involved in crosstalk with H3 K4 and K79 methylation., Wu L, Zee BM, Wang Y, Garcia BA, Dou Y., Mol Cell. July 8, 2011; 43 (1): 132-44.


Looking proximally and distally: 100 years of limb regeneration and beyond., Stocum DL, Cameron JA., Dev Dyn. May 1, 2011; 240 (5): 943-68.                  


Systematic discovery of nonobvious human disease models through orthologous phenotypes., McGary KL, Park TJ, Woods JO, Cha HJ, Wallingford JB, Marcotte EM., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. April 6, 2010; 107 (14): 6544-9.                                    


Overlapping functions of Cdx1, Cdx2, and Cdx4 in the development of the amphibian Xenopus tropicalis., Faas L, Isaacs HV., Dev Dyn. April 1, 2009; 238 (4): 835-52.                                


FoxI1e activates ectoderm formation and controls cell position in the Xenopus blastula., Mir A, Kofron M, Zorn AM, Bajzer M, Haque M, Heasman J, Wylie CC., Development. February 1, 2007; 134 (4): 779-88.                  


Abdominal B-type Hox gene expression in Xenopus laevis., Lombardo A, Slack JM., Mech Dev. August 1, 2001; 106 (1-2): 191-5.                                                      


Defining roles for HOX and MEIS1 genes in induction of acute myeloid leukemia., Thorsteinsdottir U, Kroon E, Jerome L, Blasi F, Sauvageau G., Mol Cell Biol. January 1, 2001; 21 (1): 224-34.


FGF signaling and the anterior neural induction in Xenopus., Hongo I, Kengaku M, Okamoto H., Dev Biol. December 15, 1999; 216 (2): 561-81.                            


Post-transcriptional regulation of Xwnt-8 expression is required for normal myogenesis during vertebrate embryonic development., Tian Q, Nakayama T, Dixon MP, Christian JL., Development. August 1, 1999; 126 (15): 3371-80.                  


Cytochalasin B inhibits morphogenetic movement and muscle differentiation of activin-treated ectoderm in Xenopus., Tamai K, Yokota C, Ariizumi T, Asashima M., Dev Growth Differ. February 1, 1999; 41 (1): 41-9.            


Anterior specification of embryonic ectoderm: the role of the Xenopus cement gland-specific gene XAG-2., Aberger F, Weidinger G, Grunz H, Richter K., Mech Dev. March 1, 1998; 72 (1-2): 115-30.              


Midkine counteracts the activin signal in mesoderm induction and promotes neural formation., Yokota C, Takahashi S, Eisaki A, Asashima M, Akhter S, Muramatsu T, Kadomatsu K., J Biochem. February 1, 1998; 123 (2): 339-46.


Xenopus Zic-related-1 and Sox-2, two factors induced by chordin, have distinct activities in the initiation of neural induction., Mizuseki K, Kishi M, Matsui M, Nakanishi S, Sasai Y., Development. February 1, 1998; 125 (4): 579-87.              


Expression of Xfz3, a Xenopus frizzled family member, is restricted to the early nervous system., Shi DL, Goisset C, Boucaut JC., Mech Dev. January 1, 1998; 70 (1-2): 35-47.                    


Wnt and FGF pathways cooperatively pattern anteroposterior neural ectoderm in Xenopus., McGrew LL, Hoppler S, Moon RT., Mech Dev. December 1, 1997; 69 (1-2): 105-14.          


Xenopus Zic3, a primary regulator both in neural and neural crest development., Nakata K, Nagai T, Aruga J, Mikoshiba K., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. October 28, 1997; 94 (22): 11980-5.            


A vegetally localized T-box transcription factor in Xenopus eggs specifies mesoderm and endoderm and is essential for embryonic mesoderm formation., Horb ME, Thomsen GH., Development. May 1, 1997; 124 (9): 1689-98.                    


Xenopus mothers against decapentaplegic is an embryonic ventralizing agent that acts downstream of the BMP-2/4 receptor., Thomsen GH., Development. August 1, 1996; 122 (8): 2359-66.              


A truncated FGF receptor blocks neural induction by endogenous Xenopus inducers., Launay C, Fromentoux V, Shi DL, Boucaut JC., Development. March 1, 1996; 122 (3): 869-80.                


Caudalization of neural fate by tissue recombination and bFGF., Cox WG, Hemmati-Brivanlou A., Development. December 1, 1995; 121 (12): 4349-58.                


Disruption of BMP signals in embryonic Xenopus ectoderm leads to direct neural induction., Hawley SH, Wünnenberg-Stapleton K, Hashimoto C, Laurent MN, Watabe T, Blumberg BW, Cho KW., Genes Dev. December 1, 1995; 9 (23): 2923-35.                


Specification of the anteroposterior neural axis through synergistic interaction of the Wnt signaling cascade with noggin and follistatin., McGrew LL, Lai CJ, Moon RT., Dev Biol. November 1, 1995; 172 (1): 337-42.    


Patterning of the neural ectoderm of Xenopus laevis by the amino-terminal product of hedgehog autoproteolytic cleavage., Lai CJ, Ekker SC, Beachy PA, Moon RT., Development. August 1, 1995; 121 (8): 2349-60.            


Regulation of HoxA expression in developing and regenerating axolotl limbs., Gardiner DM, Blumberg B, Komine Y, Bryant SV., Development. June 1, 1995; 121 (6): 1731-41.        


Inhibition of activin receptor signaling promotes neuralization in Xenopus., Hemmati-Brivanlou A, Melton DA., Cell. April 22, 1994; 77 (2): 273-81.            


Overexpression of a cellular retinoic acid binding protein (xCRABP) causes anteroposterior defects in developing Xenopus embryos., Dekker EJ, Vaessen MJ, van den Berg C, Timmermans A, Godsave S, Holling T, Nieuwkoop P, Geurts van Kessel A, Durston A., Development. April 1, 1994; 120 (4): 973-85.                


A Xenopus borealis homeobox gene expressed preferentially in posterior ectoderm., Stickland JE, Sharpe CR, Turner PC, Hames BD., Gene. July 15, 1992; 116 (2): 269-73.        


Induction of anteroposterior neural pattern in Xenopus by planar signals., Doniach T., Dev Suppl. January 1, 1992; 183-93.


Hensen''s node induces neural tissue in Xenopus ectoderm. Implications for the action of the organizer in neural induction., Kintner CR, Dodd J., Development. December 1, 1991; 113 (4): 1495-505.


Retinoic acid can mimic endogenous signals involved in transformation of the Xenopus nervous system., Sharpe CR., Neuron. August 1, 1991; 7 (2): 239-47.


Differential activation of Xenopus homeo box genes by mesoderm-inducing growth factors and retinoic acid., Cho KW, De Robertis EM., Genes Dev. November 1, 1990; 4 (11): 1910-6.


The induction of anterior and posterior neural genes in Xenopus laevis., Sharpe CR, Gurdon JB., Development. August 1, 1990; 109 (4): 765-74.

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