Attributions for En2 Ab1Summary: Papers (11) Results 1 - 11 of 11 results
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|The microtubule plus end tracking protein Orbit/MAST/CLASP acts downstream of the tyrosine kinase Abl in mediating axon guidance.
Lee H, Engel U, Rusch J, Scherrer S, Sheard K, Van Vactor D.
Neuron. June 24, 2004; 42 (6): 913-26.
|Pygopus is required for embryonic brain patterning in Xenopus.
Lake BB, Kao KR.
Dev Biol. September 1, 2003; 261 (1): 132-48.
|The midbrain-hindbrain boundary genetic cascade is activated ectopically in the diencephalon in response to the widespread expression of one of its components, the medaka gene Ol-eng2.
Ristoratore F, Carl M, Deschet K, Richard-Parpaillon L, Boujard D, Wittbrodt J, Chourrout D, Bourrat F, Joly JS.
Development. September 1, 1999; 126 (17): 3769-79.
|Engrailed, retinotectal targeting, and axonal patterning in the midbrain during Xenopus development: an antisense study.
Rétaux S, McNeill L, Harris WA.
Neuron. January 1, 1996; 16 (1): 63-75.
|FGF signaling and target recognition in the developing Xenopus visual system.
McFarlane S, McNeill L, Holt CE.
Neuron. November 1, 1995; 15 (5): 1017-28.
|An increase in intracellular pH during neural induction in Xenopus.
Sater AK, Alderton JM, Steinhardt RA.
Development. February 1, 1994; 120 (2): 433-42.
|Planar and vertical signals in the induction and patterning of the Xenopus nervous system.
Ruiz i Altaba A.
Development. September 1, 1992; 116 (1): 67-80.
|Planar induction of anteroposterior pattern in the developing central nervous system of Xenopus laevis.
Doniach T, Phillips CR, Gerhart JC.
Science. July 24, 1992; 257 (5069): 542-5.
|Cephalic expression and molecular characterization of Xenopus En-2.
Hemmati-Brivanlou A, de la Torre JR, Holt C, Harland RM.
Development. March 1, 1991; 111 (3): 715-24.
|Expression of engrailed proteins in arthropods, annelids, and chordates.
Patel NH, Martin-Blanco E, Coleman KG, Poole SJ, Ellis MC, Kornberg TB, Goodman CS.
Cell. September 8, 1989; 58 (5): 955-68.
|Expression of an engrailed-related protein is induced in the anterior neural ectoderm of early Xenopus embryos.
Brivanlou AH, Harland RM.
Development. July 1, 1989; 106 (3): 611-7.