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Attributions for GABA Ab2

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Prepatterning and patterning of the thalamus along embryonic development of Xenopus laevis.
Bandín S, Morona R, González A.
Front Neuroanat. January 1, 2015; 9 107.
Characterization of the hypothalamus of Xenopus laevis during development. II. The basal regions.
Domínguez L, González A, Moreno N.
J Comp Neurol. April 1, 2014; 522 (5): 1102-31.
Characterization of the hypothalamus of Xenopus laevis during development. I. The alar regions.
Domínguez L, Morona R, González A, Moreno N.
J Comp Neurol. March 1, 2013; 521 (4): 725-59.
Xenopus sonic hedgehog guides retinal axons along the optic tract.
Gordon L, Mansh M, Kinsman H, Morris AR.
Dev Dyn. November 1, 2010; 239 (11): 2921-32.
Targeting of retinal axons requires the metalloproteinase ADAM10.
Chen YY, Hehr CL, Atkinson-Leadbeater K, Hocking JC, McFarlane S.
J Neurosci. August 1, 2007; 27 (31): 8448-56.
Zac1 promotes a Müller glial cell fate and interferes with retinal ganglion cell differentiation in Xenopus retina.
Ma L, Hocking JC, Hehr CL, Schuurmans C, McFarlane S.
Dev Dyn. January 1, 2007; 236 (1): 192-202.
GABAergic specification in the basal forebrain is controlled by the LIM-hd factor Lhx7.
Bachy I, Rétaux S.
Dev Biol. March 15, 2006; 291 (2): 218-26.
Matrix metalloproteinases are required for retinal ganglion cell axon guidance at select decision points.
Hehr CL, Hocking JC, McFarlane S.
Development. August 1, 2005; 132 (15): 3371-9.
Metalloproteases and guidance of retinal axons in the developing visual system.
Webber CA, Hocking JC, Yong VW, Stange CL, McFarlane S.
J Neurosci. September 15, 2002; 22 (18): 8091-100.

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