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Endodermal Maternal Transcription Factors Establish Super-Enhancers during Zygotic Genome Activation., Paraiso KD, Blitz IL, Coley M, Cheung J, Sudou N, Taira M, Cho KWY., Cell Rep. June 4, 2019; 27 (10): 2962-2977.e5.                          


Conservatism and variability of gene expression profiles among homeologous transcription factors in Xenopus laevis., Watanabe M, Yasuoka Y, Mawaribuchi S, Kuretani A, Ito M, Kondo M, Ochi H, Ogino H, Fukui A, Taira M, Kinoshita T., Dev Biol. June 15, 2017; 426 (2): 301-324.                          


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.        


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.    


Transcription factors Mix1 and VegT, relocalization of vegt mRNA, and conserved endoderm and dorsal specification in frogs., Sudou N, Garcés-Vásconez A, López-Latorre MA, Taira M, Del Pino EM., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. May 17, 2016; 113 (20): 5628-33.                      


Genome-wide view of TGFβ/Foxh1 regulation of the early mesendoderm program., Chiu WT, Charney Le R, Blitz IL, Fish MB, Li Y, Biesinger J, Xie X, Cho KW., Development. December 1, 2014; 141 (23): 4537-47.                                  


Gtpbp2 is required for BMP signaling and mesoderm patterning in Xenopus embryos., Kirmizitas A, Gillis WQ, Zhu H, Thomsen GH., Dev Biol. August 15, 2014; 392 (2): 358-67.                                


High-resolution analysis of gene activity during the Xenopus mid-blastula transition., Collart C, Owens ND, Bhaw-Rosun L, Cooper B, De Domenico E, Patrushev I, Sesay AK, Smith JN, Smith JC, Gilchrist MJ., Development. May 1, 2014; 141 (9): 1927-39.                  


Inference of the Xenopus tropicalis embryonic regulatory network and spatial gene expression patterns., Zheng Z, Christley S, Chiu WT, Blitz IL, Xie X, Cho KW, Nie Q., BMC Syst Biol. January 8, 2014; 8 3.                  


The Xenopus Tgfbi is required for embryogenesis through regulation of canonical Wnt signalling., Wang F, Hu W, Xian J, Ohnuma S, Brenton JD., Dev Biol. July 1, 2013; 379 (1): 16-27.                            


Optimal histone H3 to linker histone H1 chromatin ratio is vital for mesodermal competence in Xenopus., Lim CY, Reversade B, Knowles BB, Solter D., Development. February 1, 2013; 140 (4): 853-60.                                              


Klf4 is required for germ-layer differentiation and body axis patterning during Xenopus embryogenesis., Cao Q, Zhang X, Lu L, Yang L, Gao J, Gao Y, Ma H, Cao Y., Development. November 1, 2012; 139 (21): 3950-61.                  


Self-regulation of the head-inducing properties of the Spemann organizer., Inui M, Montagner M, Ben-Zvi D, Martello G, Soligo S, Manfrin A, Aragona M, Enzo E, Zacchigna L, Zanconato F, Azzolin L, Dupont S, Cordenonsi M, Piccolo S., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. September 18, 2012; 109 (38): 15354-9.                            


A developmental requirement for HIRA-dependent H3.3 deposition revealed at gastrulation in Xenopus., Szenker E, Lacoste N, Almouzni G., Cell Rep. June 28, 2012; 1 (6): 730-40.                                      


Dynamic in vivo binding of transcription factors to cis-regulatory modules of cer and gsc in the stepwise formation of the Spemann-Mangold organizer., Sudou N, Yamamoto S, Ogino H, Taira M., Development. May 1, 2012; 139 (9): 1651-61.                  


KDEL tagging: a method for generating dominant-negative inhibitors of the secretion of TGF-beta superfamily proteins., Matsukawa S, Moriyama Y, Hayata T, Sasaki H, Ito Y, Asashima M, Kuroda H., Int J Dev Biol. January 1, 2012; 56 (5): 351-6.        


Conservation and evolutionary divergence in the activity of receptor-regulated smads., Sorrentino GM, Gillis WQ, Oomen-Hajagos J, Thomsen GH., Evodevo. January 1, 2012; 3 (1): 22.              


Geminin cooperates with Polycomb to restrain multi-lineage commitment in the early embryo., Lim JW, Hummert P, Mills JC, Kroll KL., Development. January 1, 2011; 138 (1): 33-44.                    


Identification of a novel negative regulator of activin/nodal signaling in mesendodermal formation of Xenopus embryos., Cheong SM, Kim H, Han JK., J Biol Chem. June 19, 2009; 284 (25): 17052-60.                        


Oct25 represses transcription of nodal/activin target genes by interaction with signal transducers during Xenopus gastrulation., Cao Y, Siegel D, Oswald F, Knöchel W., J Biol Chem. December 5, 2008; 283 (49): 34168-77.                


Mix.1/2-dependent control of FGF availability during gastrulation is essential for pronephros development in Xenopus., Colas A, Cartry J, Buisson I, Umbhauer M, Smith JC, Riou JF., Dev Biol. August 15, 2008; 320 (2): 351-65.                  


Ectodermal factor restricts mesoderm differentiation by inhibiting p53., Sasai N, Yakura R, Kamiya D, Nakazawa Y, Sasai Y., Cell. May 30, 2008; 133 (5): 878-90.                        


Control of gastrula cell motility by the Goosecoid/Mix.1/ Siamois network: basic patterns and paradoxical effects., Luu O, Nagel M, Wacker S, Lemaire P, Winklbauer R., Dev Dyn. May 1, 2008; 237 (5): 1307-20.


Sumoylation differentially regulates Goosecoid-mediated transcriptional repression., Izzi L, Narimatsu M, Attisano L., Exp Cell Res. April 15, 2008; 314 (7): 1585-94.


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.              


Mouse homologues of Shisa antagonistic to Wnt and Fgf signalings., Furushima K, Yamamoto A, Nagano T, Shibata M, Miyachi H, Abe T, Ohshima N, Kiyonari H, Aizawa S., Dev Biol. June 15, 2007; 306 (2): 480-92.  


Negative regulation of Activin/Nodal signaling by SRF during Xenopus gastrulation., Yun CH, Choi SC, Park E, Kim SJ, Chung AS, Lee HK, Lee HJ, Han JK., Development. February 1, 2007; 134 (4): 769-77.              


Xenopus glucose transporter 1 (xGLUT1) is required for gastrulation movement in Xenopus laevis., Suzawa K, Yukita A, Hayata T, Goto T, Danno H, Michiue T, Cho KW, Asashima M., Int J Dev Biol. January 1, 2007; 51 (3): 183-90.              


Amino terminal tyrosine phosphorylation of human MIXL1., Guo W, Nagarajan L., J Mol Signal. December 5, 2006; 1 6.          


Enforced expression of the homeobox gene Mixl1 impairs hematopoietic differentiation and results in acute myeloid leukemia., Glaser S, Metcalf D, Wu L, Hart AH, DiRago L, Mifsud S, D'Amico A, Dagger S, Campo C, Chan AC, Izon DJ, Robb L., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. October 31, 2006; 103 (44): 16460-5.


A role for GATA factors in Xenopus gastrulation movements., Fletcher G, Jones GE, Patient R, Snape A., Mech Dev. October 1, 2006; 123 (10): 730-45.    


Xenopus Dab2 is required for embryonic angiogenesis., Cheong SM, Choi SC, Han JK., BMC Dev Biol. September 29, 2006; 6 63.                  


Global analysis of the transcriptional network controlling Xenopus endoderm formation., Sinner D, Kirilenko P, Rankin S, Rankin S, Wei E, Howard L, Kofron M, Heasman J, Woodland HR, Zorn AM., Development. May 1, 2006; 133 (10): 1955-66.              


Determination of the minimal domains of Mix.3/Mixer required for endoderm development., Doherty JR, Zhu H, Kuliyev E, Mead PE., Mech Dev. January 1, 2006; 123 (1): 56-66.                  


Germ-layer specification and control of cell growth by Ectodermin, a Smad4 ubiquitin ligase., Dupont S, Zacchigna L, Cordenonsi M, Soligo S, Adorno M, Rugge M, Piccolo S., Cell. April 8, 2005; 121 (1): 87-99.                                  


The ARID domain protein dril1 is necessary for TGF(beta) signaling in Xenopus embryos., Callery EM, Smith JC, Thomsen GH., Dev Biol. February 15, 2005; 278 (2): 542-59.                              


Shisa promotes head formation through the inhibition of receptor protein maturation for the caudalizing factors, Wnt and FGF., Yamamoto A, Nagano T, Takehara S, Hibi M, Aizawa S., Cell. January 28, 2005; 120 (2): 223-35.                      


Negative regulation of Smad2 by PIASy is required for proper Xenopus mesoderm formation., Daniels M, Shimizu K, Zorn AM, Ohnuma S., Development. November 1, 2004; 131 (22): 5613-26.                                


New roles for FoxH1 in patterning the early embryo., Kofron M, Puck H, Standley H, Wylie C, Old R, Whitman M, Heasman J., Development. October 1, 2004; 131 (20): 5065-78.              


Patterning and tissue movements in a novel explant preparation of the marginal zone of Xenopus laevis., Davidson LA, Keller R, DeSimone D., Gene Expr Patterns. July 1, 2004; 4 (4): 457-66.        


The initiation of Hox gene expression in Xenopus laevis is controlled by Brachyury and BMP-4., Wacker SA, McNulty CL, Durston AJ., Dev Biol. February 1, 2004; 266 (1): 123-37.                  


Selective degradation of excess Ldb1 by Rnf12/RLIM confers proper Ldb1 expression levels and Xlim-1/Ldb1 stoichiometry in Xenopus organizer functions., Hiratani I, Yamamoto N, Mochizuki T, Ohmori SY, Taira M., Development. September 1, 2003; 130 (17): 4161-75.                    


Links between tumor suppressors: p53 is required for TGF-beta gene responses by cooperating with Smads., Cordenonsi M, Dupont S, Maretto S, Insinga A, Imbriano C, Piccolo S., Cell. May 2, 2003; 113 (3): 301-14.  


Molecular link in the sequential induction of the Spemann organizer: direct activation of the cerberus gene by Xlim-1, Xotx2, Mix.1, and Siamois, immediately downstream from Nodal and Wnt signaling., Yamamoto S, Hikasa H, Ono H, Taira M., Dev Biol. May 1, 2003; 257 (1): 190-204.


Molecular components of the endoderm specification pathway in Xenopus tropicalis., D'Souza A, Lee M, Taverner N, Mason J, Carruthers S, Smith JC, Amaya E, Papalopulu N, Zorn AM., Dev Dyn. January 1, 2003; 226 (1): 118-27.                            


Molecular regulation of vertebrate early endoderm development., Shivdasani RA., Dev Biol. September 15, 2002; 249 (2): 191-203.      


Mixl1 is required for axial mesendoderm morphogenesis and patterning in the murine embryo., Hart AH, Hartley L, Sourris K, Stadler ES, Li R, Stanley EG, Tam PP, Elefanty AG, Robb L., Development. August 1, 2002; 129 (15): 3597-608.


Effects of heterodimerization and proteolytic processing on Derrière and Nodal activity: implications for mesoderm induction in Xenopus., Eimon PM, Harland RM., Development. July 1, 2002; 129 (13): 3089-103.          


A human Mix-like homeobox gene MIXL shows functional similarity to Xenopus Mix.1., Guo W, Chan AP, Liang H, Wieder ED, Molldrem JJ, Etkin LD, Nagarajan L., Blood. July 1, 2002; 100 (1): 89-95.


The role of a Williams-Beuren syndrome-associated helix-loop-helix domain-containing transcription factor in activin/nodal signaling., Ring C, Ogata S, Meek L, Song J, Ohta T, Miyazono K, Cho KW., Genes Dev. April 1, 2002; 16 (7): 820-35.    

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