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TMEM79/MATTRIN defines a pathway for Frizzled regulation and is required for Xenopus embryogenesis., Chen M., Elife. January 1, 2020; 9                                                                                           


Agr2-interacting Prod1-like protein Tfp4 from Xenopus laevis is necessary for early forebrain and eye development as well as for the tadpole appendage regeneration., Tereshina MB., Genesis. January 1, 2019; 57 (5): e23293.                  


Bioinformatics Screening of Genes Specific for Well-Regenerating Vertebrates Reveals c-answer, a Regulator of Brain Development and Regeneration., Korotkova DD., Cell Rep. January 1, 2019; 29 (4): 1027-1040.e6.                              


Roles of Xenopus chemokine ligand CXCLh (XCXCLh) in early embryogenesis., Goto T., Dev Growth Differ. May 1, 2018; 60 (4): 226-238.              


Gene expression of the two developmentally regulated dermatan sulfate epimerases in the Xenopus embryo., Gouignard N., PLoS One. January 1, 2018; 13 (1): e0191751.                                                          


Pitx1 regulates cement gland development in Xenopus laevis through activation of transcriptional targets and inhibition of BMP signaling., Jin Y., Dev Biol. January 1, 2018; 437 (1): 41-49.          


Ras-dva small GTPases lost during evolution of amniotes regulate regeneration in anamniotes., Ivanova AS., Sci Rep. January 1, 2018; 8 (1): 13035.                                                    


Genome-wide analysis of dorsal and ventral transcriptomes of the Xenopus laevis gastrula., Ding Y., Dev Biol. January 1, 2017; 426 (2): 176-187.                                  


FoxD1 protein interacts with Wnt and BMP signaling to differentially pattern mesoderm and neural tissue., Polevoy H., Int J Dev Biol. January 1, 2017; 61 (3-4-5): 293-302.              


Tbx3 represses bmp4 expression and, with Pax6, is required and sufficient for retina formation., Motahari Z., Development. January 1, 2016; 143 (19): 3560-3572.                                      


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.                      


Kdm2a/b Lysine Demethylases Regulate Canonical Wnt Signaling by Modulating the Stability of Nuclear β-Catenin., Lu L., Dev Cell. June 22, 2015; 33 (6): 660-74.                                  


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.                                  


Early stages of induction of anterior head ectodermal properties in Xenopus embryos are mediated by transcriptional cofactor ldb1., Plautz CZ., Dev Dyn. December 1, 2014; 243 (12): 1606-18.              


Ras-dva1 small GTPase regulates telencephalon development in Xenopus laevis embryos by controlling Fgf8 and Agr signaling at the anterior border of the neural plate., Tereshina MB., Biol Open. March 15, 2014; 3 (3): 192-203.                        


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.                              


Identification and evolution of molecular domains involved in differentiating the cement gland-promoting activity of Otx proteins in Xenopus laevis., Mancini P., Mech Dev. November 1, 2013; 130 (11-12): 628-39.          


The Xenopus doublesex-related gene Dmrt5 is required for olfactory placode neurogenesis., Parlier D., Dev Biol. January 1, 2013; 373 (1): 39-52.                              


Klf4 is required for germ-layer differentiation and body axis patterning during Xenopus embryogenesis., Cao Q., Development. November 1, 2012; 139 (21): 3950-61.                  


Self-regulation of the head-inducing properties of the Spemann organizer., Inui M., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. September 18, 2012; 109 (38): 15354-9.                            


fus/TLS orchestrates splicing of developmental regulators during gastrulation., Dichmann DS., Genes Dev. June 15, 2012; 26 (12): 1351-63.                        


Plasma membrane cholesterol depletion disrupts prechordal plate and affects early forebrain patterning., Reis AH., Dev Biol. May 15, 2012; 365 (2): 350-62.                    


Ion and solute transport by Prestin in Drosophila and Anopheles., Hirata T., J Insect Physiol. April 1, 2012; 58 (4): 563-9.


Histology of plastic embedded amphibian embryos and larvae., Kurth T., Genesis. March 1, 2012; 50 (3): 235-50.                                


ΔNp63 is regulated by BMP4 signaling and is required for early epidermal development in Xenopus., Tríbulo C., Dev Dyn. February 1, 2012; 241 (2): 257-69.            


The dual regulator Sufu integrates Hedgehog and Wnt signals in the early Xenopus embryo., Min TH., Dev Biol. October 1, 2011; 358 (1): 262-76.                            


Microarray identification of novel downstream targets of FoxD4L1/D5, a critical component of the neural ectodermal transcriptional network., Yan B., Dev Dyn. December 1, 2010; 239 (12): 3467-80.                  


Mesodermal Wnt signaling organizes the neural plate via Meis3., Elkouby YM., Development. May 1, 2010; 137 (9): 1531-41.        


Direct activation of Shroom3 transcription by Pitx proteins drives epithelial morphogenesis in the developing gut., Chung MI., Development. April 1, 2010; 137 (8): 1339-49.              


Bone morphogenetic protein 15 (BMP15) acts as a BMP and Wnt inhibitor during early embryogenesis., Di Pasquale E., J Biol Chem. September 18, 2009; 284 (38): 26127-36.                        


Xenopus SMOC-1 Inhibits bone morphogenetic protein signaling downstream of receptor binding and is essential for postgastrulation development in Xenopus., Thomas JT., J Biol Chem. July 10, 2009; 284 (28): 18994-9005.                    


Ethanol induces embryonic malformations by competing for retinaldehyde dehydrogenase activity during vertebrate gastrulation., Kot-Leibovich H., Dis Model Mech. May 1, 2009; 2 (5-6): 295-305.    


Xenopus Sox3 activates sox2 and geminin and indirectly represses Xvent2 expression to induce neural progenitor formation at the expense of non-neural ectodermal derivatives., Rogers CD., Mech Dev. January 1, 2009; 126 (1-2): 42-55.        


Hairy2-Id3 interactions play an essential role in Xenopus neural crest progenitor specification., Nichane M., Dev Biol. October 15, 2008; 322 (2): 355-67.                          


Retinoid signaling can repress blastula Wnt signaling and impair dorsal development in Xenopus embryo., Li S., Differentiation. October 1, 2008; 76 (8): 897-907.            


Cold-inducible RNA binding protein (CIRP), a novel XTcf-3 specific target gene regulates neural development in Xenopus., van Venrooy S., BMC Dev Biol. August 7, 2008; 8 77.                                


Crossveinless-2 Is a BMP feedback inhibitor that binds Chordin/BMP to regulate Xenopus embryonic patterning., Ambrosio AL., Dev Cell. August 1, 2008; 15 (2): 248-60.                            


Regulation of TGF-(beta) signalling by N-acetylgalactosaminyltransferase-like 1., Herr P., Development. May 1, 2008; 135 (10): 1813-22.                    


A role of D domain-related proteins in differentiation and migration of embryonic cells in Xenopus laevis., Shibata T., Mech Dev. March 1, 2008; 125 (3-4): 284-98.                            


Altered gravity affects ventral root activity during fictive swimming and the static vestibuloocular reflex in young tadpoles (Xenopus laevis)., Böser S., Arch Ital Biol. March 1, 2008; 146 (1): 1-20.


Localization and differential expression of activation-induced cytidine deaminase in the amphibian Xenopus upon antigen stimulation and during early development., Marr S., J Immunol. November 15, 2007; 179 (10): 6783-9.


Xenopus galectin-VIa shows highly specific expression in cement glands and is regulated by canonical Wnt signaling., Michiue T., Gene Expr Patterns. October 1, 2007; 7 (8): 852-7.    


The homeodomain factor Xanf represses expression of genes in the presumptive rostral forebrain that specify more caudal brain regions., Ermakova GV., Dev Biol. July 15, 2007; 307 (2): 483-97.        


Xenopus cDNA microarray identification of genes with endodermal organ expression., Park EC., Dev Dyn. June 1, 2007; 236 (6): 1633-49.                    


Characterization of the agr2 gene, a homologue of X. laevis anterior gradient 2, from the zebrafish, Danio rerio., Shih LJ., Gene Expr Patterns. February 1, 2007; 7 (4): 452-60.


Smurf1 regulates neural patterning and folding in Xenopus embryos by antagonizing the BMP/Smad1 pathway., Alexandrova EM., Dev Biol. November 15, 2006; 299 (2): 398-410.                      


Effects of hypergravity environments on amphibian development, gene expression and apoptosis., Kawakami S., Comp Biochem Physiol A Mol Integr Physiol. September 1, 2006; 145 (1): 65-72.


Xenopus Xotx2 and Drosophila otd share similar activities in anterior patterning of the frog embryo., Lunardi A., Dev Genes Evol. September 1, 2006; 216 (9): 511-21.


Transcriptome profiling the gills of amoebic gill disease (AGD)-affected Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.): a role for tumor suppressor p53 in AGD pathogenesis?, Morrison RN., Physiol Genomics. June 16, 2006; 26 (1): 15-34.


A Serpin family gene, protease nexin-1 has an activity distinct from protease inhibition in early Xenopus embryos., Onuma Y., Mech Dev. June 1, 2006; 123 (6): 463-71.        

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