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Papers associated with pectoral appendage (and krt12.4)

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Epithelial-Mesenchymal Transition Promotes the Differentiation Potential of Xenopus tropicalis Immature Sertoli Cells., Nguyen TMX., Stem Cells Int. January 1, 2019; 2019 8387478.                                            


Retinoic acid-induced expression of Hnf1b and Fzd4 is required for pancreas development in Xenopus laevis., Gere-Becker MB., Development. January 1, 2018; 145 (12):                                   


A transition from SoxB1 to SoxE transcription factors is essential for progression from pluripotent blastula cells to neural crest cells., Buitrago-Delgado E., Dev Biol. January 1, 2018; 444 (2): 50-61.                


Distinct intracellular Ca2+ dynamics regulate apical constriction and differentially contribute to neural tube closure., Suzuki M., Development. January 1, 2017; 144 (7): 1307-1316.                            


Kcnip1 a Ca²⁺-dependent transcriptional repressor regulates the size of the neural plate in Xenopus., Néant I., Biochim Biophys Acta. September 1, 2015; 1853 (9): 2077-85.  


Notum is required for neural and head induction via Wnt deacylation, oxidation, and inactivation., Zhang X., Dev Cell. March 23, 2015; 32 (6): 719-30.                                  


Purinergic receptor-induced Ca2+ signaling in the neuroepithelium of the vomeronasal organ of larval Xenopus laevis., Dittrich K., Purinergic Signal. January 1, 2014; 10 (2): 327-36.          


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


The function of heterodimeric AP-1 comprised of c-Jun and c-Fos in activin mediated Spemann organizer gene expression., Lee SY., PLoS One. January 1, 2011; 6 (7): e21796.              


PRDC regulates placode neurogenesis in chick by modulating BMP signalling., Kriebitz NN., Dev Biol. December 15, 2009; 336 (2): 280-92.  


The posteriorizing gene Gbx2 is a direct target of Wnt signalling and the earliest factor in neural crest induction., Li B., Development. October 1, 2009; 136 (19): 3267-78.            


Mxi1 is essential for neurogenesis in Xenopus and acts by bridging the pan-neural and proneural genes., Klisch TJ., Dev Biol. April 15, 2006; 292 (2): 470-85.                


Tsukushi controls ectodermal patterning and neural crest specification in Xenopus by direct regulation of BMP4 and X-delta-1 activity., Kuriyama S., Development. January 1, 2006; 133 (1): 75-88.            


Six1 promotes a placodal fate within the lateral neurogenic ectoderm by functioning as both a transcriptional activator and repressor., Brugmann SA., Development. December 1, 2004; 131 (23): 5871-81.                    


NF-protocadherin, a novel member of the cadherin superfamily, is required for Xenopus ectodermal differentiation., Bradley RS., Curr Biol. March 12, 1998; 8 (6): 325-34.        


[Induction of cell differentiation and programmed cell death in amphibian metamorphosis]., Nishikawa A., Hum Cell. September 1, 1997; 10 (3): 167-74.


An epithelium-type cytoskeleton in a glial cell: astrocytes of amphibian optic nerves contain cytokeratin filaments and are connected by desmosomes., Rungger-Brändle E., J Cell Biol. August 1, 1989; 109 (2): 705-16.              


Cytokeratin filaments and desmosomes in the epithelioid cells of the perineurial and arachnoidal sheaths of some vertebrate species., Achtstätter T., Differentiation. May 1, 1989; 40 (2): 129-49.                        


Expression of intermediate filament proteins during development of Xenopus laevis. I. cDNA clones encoding different forms of vimentin., Herrmann H., Development. February 1, 1989; 105 (2): 279-98.                      


Polar asymmetry in the organization of the cortical cytokeratin system of Xenopus laevis oocytes and embryos., Klymkowsky MW., Development. July 1, 1987; 100 (3): 543-57.              

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