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Papers associated with embryonic structure (and foxa4)

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RARγ is required for mesodermal gene expression prior to gastrulation in Xenopus., Janesick A., Development. January 1, 2018; 145 (18):                           


Brg1 chromatin remodeling ATPase balances germ layer patterning by amplifying the transcriptional burst at midblastula transition., Wagner G., PLoS Genet. May 1, 2017; 13 (5): e1006757.                                    


Specification of anteroposterior axis by combinatorial signaling during Xenopus development., Carron C., Wiley Interdiscip Rev Dev Biol. March 1, 2016; 5 (2): 150-68.            


Kruppel-like factor family genes are expressed during Xenopus embryogenesis and involved in germ layer formation and body axis patterning., Gao Y., Dev Dyn. October 1, 2015; 244 (10): 1328-46.                                    


JmjC Domain-containing Protein 6 (Jmjd6) Derepresses the Transcriptional Repressor Transcription Factor 7-like 1 (Tcf7l1) and Is Required for Body Axis Patterning during Xenopus Embryogenesis., Zhang X., J Biol Chem. August 14, 2015; 290 (33): 20273-83.                      


E2a is necessary for Smad2/3-dependent transcription and the direct repression of lefty during gastrulation., Wills AE., Dev Cell. February 9, 2015; 32 (3): 345-57.                  


Genome-wide view of TGFβ/Foxh1 regulation of the early mesendoderm program., Chiu WT., Development. December 1, 2014; 141 (23): 4537-47.                                  


Variable combinations of specific ephrin ligand/Eph receptor pairs control embryonic tissue separation., Rohani N., PLoS Biol. September 1, 2014; 12 (9): e1001955.              


Occupancy of tissue-specific cis-regulatory modules by Otx2 and TLE/Groucho for embryonic head specification., Yasuoka Y., Nat Commun. July 9, 2014; 5 4322.      


FoxA4 favours notochord formation by inhibiting contiguous mesodermal fates and restricts anterior neural development in Xenopus embryos., Murgan S., PLoS One. January 1, 2014; 9 (10): e110559.                              


Left-right patterning in Xenopus conjoined twin embryos requires serotonin signaling and gap junctions., Vandenberg LN., Int J Dev Biol. January 1, 2014; 58 (10-12): 799-809.                


An intact brachyury function is necessary to prevent spurious axial development in Xenopus laevis., Aguirre CE., PLoS One. January 1, 2013; 8 (1): e54777.                                      


Brain-specific promoter/exon I.f of the cyp19a1 (aromatase) gene in Xenopus laevis., Nakagawa T., J Steroid Biochem Mol Biol. November 1, 2012; 132 (3-5): 247-55.


Cadherin-dependent differential cell adhesion in Xenopus causes cell sorting in vitro but not in the embryo., Ninomiya H., J Cell Sci. April 15, 2012; 125 (Pt 8): 1877-83.              


Indian hedgehog signaling is required for proper formation, maintenance and migration of Xenopus neural crest., Agüero TH., Dev Biol. April 15, 2012; 364 (2): 99-113.                    


Transient expression of Ngn3 in Xenopus endoderm promotes early and ectopic development of pancreatic beta and delta cells., Oropeza D., Genesis. March 1, 2012; 50 (3): 271-85.                        


A revised model of Xenopus dorsal midline development: differential and separable requirements for Notch and Shh signaling., Peyrot SM., Dev Biol. April 15, 2011; 352 (2): 254-66.                              


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


MID1 and MID2 are required for Xenopus neural tube closure through the regulation of microtubule organization., Suzuki M., Development. July 1, 2010; 137 (14): 2329-39.                                                      


Highly conserved functions of the Brachyury gene on morphogenetic movements: insight from the early-diverging phylum Ctenophora., Yamada A., Dev Biol. March 1, 2010; 339 (1): 212-22.    


Identification of novel transcripts with differential dorso-ventral expression in Xenopus gastrula using serial analysis of gene expression., Faunes F., Genome Biol. January 1, 2009; 10 (2): R15.                    


Concentrations of TATA box-binding protein (TBP)-type genes affect chordamesodermal gene expression., Goto T., Int J Dev Biol. January 1, 2008; 52 (4): 371-5.    


Early molecular effects of ethanol during vertebrate embryogenesis., Yelin R., Differentiation. June 1, 2007; 75 (5): 393-403.                    


Kinesin-mediated transport of Smad2 is required for signaling in response to TGF-beta ligands., Batut J., Dev Cell. February 1, 2007; 12 (2): 261-74.  


Genomic analysis of Xenopus organizer function., Hufton AL., BMC Dev Biol. September 29, 2006; 6 27.                  


Global analysis of the transcriptional network controlling Xenopus endoderm formation., Sinner D., Development. May 1, 2006; 133 (10): 1955-66.              


Depletion of Bmp2, Bmp4, Bmp7 and Spemann organizer signals induces massive brain formation in Xenopus embryos., Reversade B., Development. August 1, 2005; 132 (15): 3381-92.            


Cooperative requirement of the Gli proteins in neurogenesis., Nguyen V., Development. July 1, 2005; 132 (14): 3267-79.                      


Identification of novel genes affecting mesoderm formation and morphogenesis through an enhanced large scale functional screen in Xenopus., Chen JA., Mech Dev. March 1, 2005; 122 (3): 307-31.                                                                                                                      


The Notch-target gene hairy2a impedes the involution of notochordal cells by promoting floor plate fates in Xenopus embryos., López SL., Development. March 1, 2005; 132 (5): 1035-46.              


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


Of Fox and Frogs: Fox (fork head/winged helix) transcription factors in Xenopus development., Pohl BS., Gene. January 3, 2005; 344 21-32.      


Systematic screening for genes specifically expressed in the anterior neuroectoderm during early Xenopus development., Takahashi N., Int J Dev Biol. January 1, 2005; 49 (8): 939-51.                                    


Smad2 and Smad3 coordinately regulate craniofacial and endodermal development., Liu Y., Dev Biol. June 15, 2004; 270 (2): 411-26.  


Analysis of Spemann organizer formation in Xenopus embryos by cDNA macroarrays., Wessely O., Dev Biol. May 15, 2004; 269 (2): 552-66.        


Inhibition of mesodermal fate by Xenopus HNF3beta/FoxA2., Suri C., Dev Biol. January 1, 2004; 265 (1): 90-104.              


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


Notch activates sonic hedgehog and both are involved in the specification of dorsal midline cell-fates in Xenopus., López SL., Development. May 1, 2003; 130 (10): 2225-38.        


A novel Xenopus Smad-interacting forkhead transcription factor (XFast-3) cooperates with XFast-1 in regulating gastrulation movements., Howell M., Development. June 1, 2002; 129 (12): 2823-34.    


Antisense inhibition of Xbrachyury impairs mesoderm formation in Xenopus embryos., Giovannini N., Dev Growth Differ. April 1, 2002; 44 (2): 147-59.            


Role of Goosecoid, Xnot and Wnt antagonists in the maintenance of the notochord genetic programme in Xenopus gastrulae., Yasuo H., Development. October 1, 2001; 128 (19): 3783-93.      


Fox (forkhead) genes are involved in the dorso-ventral patterning of the Xenopus mesoderm., El-Hodiri H., Int J Dev Biol. January 1, 2001; 45 (1): 265-71.        


Neuroectodermal specification and regionalization of the Spemann organizer in Xenopus., Fetka I., Mech Dev. May 1, 2000; 93 (1-2): 49-58.          


A screen for targets of the Xenopus T-box gene Xbra., Saka Y., Mech Dev. May 1, 2000; 93 (1-2): 27-39.                  


Characterization of a subfamily of related winged helix genes, XFD-12/12''/12" (XFLIP), during Xenopus embryogenesis., Sölter M., Mech Dev. December 1, 1999; 89 (1-2): 161-5.                  


Functions for Drosophila brachyenteron and forkhead in mesoderm specification and cell signalling., Kusch T., Development. September 1, 1999; 126 (18): 3991-4003.


derrière: a TGF-beta family member required for posterior development in Xenopus., Sun BI., Development. April 1, 1999; 126 (7): 1467-82.                    


Gene expression screening in Xenopus identifies molecular pathways, predicts gene function and provides a global view of embryonic patterning., Gawantka V., Mech Dev. October 1, 1998; 77 (2): 95-141.                                                            


The Xcad-2 gene can provide a ventral signal independent of BMP-4., Pillemer G., Mech Dev. June 1, 1998; 74 (1-2): 133-43.                


Markers of vertebrate mesoderm induction., Stennard F., Curr Opin Genet Dev. October 1, 1997; 7 (5): 620-7.

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