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Morpholinos Do Not Elicit an Innate Immune Response during Early Xenopus Embryogenesis., Paraiso KD, Blitz IL, Zhou JJ, Cho KWY., Dev Cell. January 1, 2019; 49 (4): 643-650.e3.        


A novel role of the organizer gene Goosecoid as an inhibitor of Wnt/PCP-mediated convergent extension in Xenopus and mouse., Ulmer B, Tingler M, Kurz S, Maerker M, Andre P, Mönch D, Campione M, Deißler K, Lewandoski M, Thumberger T, Schweickert A, Fainsod A, Steinbeißer H, Blum M., Sci Rep. January 1, 2017; 7 43010.                  


Occupancy of tissue-specific cis-regulatory modules by Otx2 and TLE/Groucho for embryonic head specification., Yasuoka Y, Suzuki Y, Takahashi S, Someya H, Sudou N, Haramoto Y, Cho KW, Asashima M, Sugano S, Taira M., Nat Commun. July 9, 2014; 5 4322.      


A gene regulatory network controlling hhex transcription in the anterior endoderm of the organizer., Rankin SA, Kormish J, Kofron M, Jegga A, Zorn AM., Dev Biol. March 15, 2011; 351 (2): 297-310.                            


Xenopus furry contributes to release of microRNA gene silencing., Goto T, Fukui A, Shibuya H, Keller R, Asashima M., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. November 9, 2010; 107 (45): 19344-9.                        


The opposing homeobox genes Goosecoid and Vent1/2 self-regulate Xenopus patterning., Sander V, Reversade B, De Robertis EM., EMBO J. June 20, 2007; 26 (12): 2955-65.              


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