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Papers associated with pharyngeal arch (and ncam1)

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De novo mutations in FBRSL1 cause a novel recognizable malformation and intellectual disability syndrome., Ufartes R., Hum Genet. November 1, 2020; 139 (11): 1363-1379.                                        


Latrophilin2 is involved in neural crest cell migration and placode patterning in Xenopus laevis., Yokote N., Int J Dev Biol. January 1, 2019; 63 (1-2): 29-35.                    


The positive transcriptional elongation factor (P-TEFb) is required for neural crest specification., Hatch VL., Dev Biol. August 15, 2016; 416 (2): 361-72.                                    


The splicing factor PQBP1 regulates mesodermal and neural development through FGF signaling., Iwasaki Y., Development. October 1, 2014; 141 (19): 3740-51.                                          


Gtpbp2 is required for BMP signaling and mesoderm patterning in Xenopus embryos., Kirmizitas A., Dev Biol. August 15, 2014; 392 (2): 358-67.                                


Williams Syndrome Transcription Factor is critical for neural crest cell function in Xenopus laevis., Barnett C., Mech Dev. September 1, 2012; 129 (9-12): 324-38.              


Identification and characterization of Xenopus kctd15, an ectodermal gene repressed by the FGF pathway., Takahashi C., Int J Dev Biol. January 1, 2012; 56 (5): 393-402.                  


Neural crest migration requires the activity of the extracellular sulphatases XtSulf1 and XtSulf2., Guiral EC., Dev Biol. May 15, 2010; 341 (2): 375-88.                              


Xenopus skip modulates Wnt/beta-catenin signaling and functions in neural crest induction., Wang Y., J Biol Chem. April 2, 2010; 285 (14): 10890-901.                            


Two Hoxc6 transcripts are differentially expressed and regulate primary neurogenesis in Xenopus laevis., Bardine N., Dev Dyn. March 1, 2009; 238 (3): 755-65.              


Extracellular regulation of developmental cell signaling by XtSulf1., Freeman SD., Dev Biol. August 15, 2008; 320 (2): 436-45.            


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.                                


Lrig3 regulates neural crest formation in Xenopus by modulating Fgf and Wnt signaling pathways., Zhao H., Development. April 1, 2008; 135 (7): 1283-93.                            


The Gata5 target, TGIF2, defines the pancreatic region by modulating BMP signals within the endoderm., Spagnoli FM., Development. February 1, 2008; 135 (3): 451-61.                                                    


Cell cycling and differentiation do not require the retinoblastoma protein during early Xenopus development., Cosgrove RA., Dev Biol. March 1, 2007; 303 (1): 311-24.                      


Neogenin interacts with RGMa and netrin-1 to guide axons within the embryonic vertebrate forebrain., Wilson NH., Dev Biol. August 15, 2006; 296 (2): 485-98.                      


Novel gene ashwin functions in Xenopus cell survival and anteroposterior patterning., Patil SS., Dev Dyn. July 1, 2006; 235 (7): 1895-907.                            


GDF3, a BMP inhibitor, regulates cell fate in stem cells and early embryos., Levine AJ., Development. January 1, 2006; 133 (2): 209-16.            


Germ-layer specification and control of cell growth by Ectodermin, a Smad4 ubiquitin ligase., Dupont S., Cell. April 8, 2005; 121 (1): 87-99.                                  


Inhibition of neurogenesis by SRp38, a neuroD-regulated RNA-binding protein., Liu KJ, Liu KJ., Development. April 1, 2005; 132 (7): 1511-23.                


Tsukushi functions as an organizer inducer by inhibition of BMP activity in cooperation with chordin., Ohta K., Dev Cell. September 1, 2004; 7 (3): 347-358.        


Identification of a second Xenopus twisted gastrulation gene., Oelgeschläger M., Int J Dev Biol. February 1, 2004; 48 (1): 57-61.            


Chordin is required for the Spemann organizer transplantation phenomenon in Xenopus embryos., Oelgeschläger M., Dev Cell. February 1, 2003; 4 (2): 219-30.              


Multiple connexins contribute to intercellular communication in the Xenopus embryo., Landesman Y., J Cell Sci. January 1, 2003; 116 (Pt 1): 29-38.    


Molecular cloning and characterization of dullard: a novel gene required for neural development., Satow R., Biochem Biophys Res Commun. July 5, 2002; 295 (1): 85-91.                  


Xpbx1b and Xmeis1b play a collaborative role in hindbrain and neural crest gene expression in Xenopus embryos., Maeda R., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. April 16, 2002; 99 (8): 5448-53.        


Synthesis and release of activin and noggin by cultured human amniotic epithelial cells., Koyano S., Dev Growth Differ. April 1, 2002; 44 (2): 103-12.            


The secreted glycoprotein Noelin-1 promotes neurogenesis in Xenopus., Moreno TA., Dev Biol. December 15, 2001; 240 (2): 340-60.                  


Kermit, a frizzled interacting protein, regulates frizzled 3 signaling in neural crest development., Tan C., Development. October 1, 2001; 128 (19): 3665-74.                


Xebf3 is a regulator of neuronal differentiation during primary neurogenesis in Xenopus., Pozzoli O., Dev Biol. May 15, 2001; 233 (2): 495-512.            


Xbra3 induces mesoderm and neural tissue in Xenopus laevis., Strong CF., Dev Biol. June 15, 2000; 222 (2): 405-19.                  


Misexpression of Polycomb-group proteins in Xenopus alters anterior neural development and represses neural target genes., Yoshitake Y., Dev Biol. November 15, 1999; 215 (2): 375-87.          


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


Geminin, a neuralizing molecule that demarcates the future neural plate at the onset of gastrulation., Kroll KL., Development. August 1, 1998; 125 (16): 3247-58.                


Xenopus cadherin-11 (Xcadherin-11) expression requires the Wg/Wnt signal., Hadeball B., Mech Dev. March 1, 1998; 72 (1-2): 101-13.        


XCoe2, a transcription factor of the Col/Olf-1/EBF family involved in the specification of primary neurons in Xenopus., Dubois L., Curr Biol. February 12, 1998; 8 (4): 199-209.              


Xenopus Zic-related-1 and Sox-2, two factors induced by chordin, have distinct activities in the initiation of neural induction., Mizuseki K., Development. February 1, 1998; 125 (4): 579-87.              


The KH domain protein encoded by quaking functions as a dimer and is essential for notochord development in Xenopus embryos., Zorn AM., Genes Dev. September 1, 1997; 11 (17): 2176-90.                  


Xwnt-8 and lithium can act upon either dorsal mesodermal or neurectodermal cells to cause a loss of forebrain in Xenopus embryos., Fredieu JR., Dev Biol. June 1, 1997; 186 (1): 100-14.                


Patterns of distal-less gene expression and inductive interactions in the head of the direct developing frog Eleutherodactylus coqui., Fang H., Dev Biol. October 10, 1996; 179 (1): 160-72.              


Disruption of BMP signals in embryonic Xenopus ectoderm leads to direct neural induction., Hawley SH., Genes Dev. December 1, 1995; 9 (23): 2923-35.                


Induction of the prospective neural crest of Xenopus., Mayor R., Development. March 1, 1995; 121 (3): 767-77.                  


Expression of GTP-binding protein gene drg during Xenopus laevis development., Kumar S, Kumar S., Int J Dev Biol. December 1, 1993; 37 (4): 539-46.          


Xenopus Distal-less related homeobox genes are expressed in the developing forebrain and are induced by planar signals., Papalopulu N., Development. March 1, 1993; 117 (3): 961-75.          

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