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Profile Publications(166)

Publications By James C. Smith

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The ALK-2 and ALK-4 activin receptors transduce distinct mesoderm-inducing signals during early Xenopus development but do not co-operate to establish thresholds., Armes NA, Smith JC., Development. October 1, 1997; 124 (19): 3797-804.                

Anteroposterior neural tissue specification by activin-induced mesoderm., Green JB, Cook TL, Smith JC, Grainger RM., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. August 5, 1997; 94 (16): 8596-601.

Analysis of competence and of Brachyury autoinduction by use of hormone-inducible Xbra., Tada M, O'Reilly MA, Smith JC., Development. June 1, 1997; 124 (11): 2225-34.                      

Upstream and downstream from Brachyury, a gene required for vertebrate mesoderm formation., Smith JC, Armes NA, Conlon FL, Tada M, Umbhauer M, Weston KM., Cold Spring Harb Symp Quant Biol. January 1, 1997; 62 337-46.

Differential effects on Xenopus development of interference with type IIA and type IIB activin receptors., New HV, Kavka AI, Smith JC, Green JB., Mech Dev. January 1, 1997; 61 (1-2): 175-86.          

Transgenic frogs and FGF signalling in early development., Smith JC., Trends Genet. November 1, 1996; 12 (11): 439-40.

Signalling by TGF-beta family members: short-range effects of Xnr-2 and BMP-4 contrast with the long-range effects of activin., Jones CM, Armes N, Smith JC., Curr Biol. November 1, 1996; 6 (11): 1468-75.

Regulation of embryonic cell division by a Xenopus gastrula-specific protein kinase., Snape AM, Smith JC., EMBO J. September 2, 1996; 15 (17): 4556-65.

Inhibition of Xbra transcription activation causes defects in mesodermal patterning and reveals autoregulation of Xbra in dorsal mesoderm., Conlon FL, Sedgwick SG, Weston KM, Smith JC., Development. August 1, 1996; 122 (8): 2427-35.                    

Xom: a Xenopus homeobox gene that mediates the early effects of BMP-4., Ladher R, Mohun TJ, Smith JC, Snape AM., Development. August 1, 1996; 122 (8): 2385-94.                          

Bone morphogenetic protein-4 (BMP-4) acts during gastrula stages to cause ventralization of Xenopus embryos., Jones CM, Dale L, Hogan BL, Wright CV, Smith JC., Development. May 1, 1996; 122 (5): 1545-54.                

Transposon tools for recombinant DNA manipulation: characterization of transcriptional regulators from yeast, Xenopus, and mouse., Morgan BA, Conlon FL, Manzanares M, Millar JB, Kanuga N, Sharpe J, Krumlauf R, Smith JC, Sedgwick SG., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. April 2, 1996; 93 (7): 2801-6.

Mesoderm-inducing factors and mesodermal patterning., Smith JC., Curr Opin Cell Biol. December 1, 1995; 7 (6): 856-61.

Nodal-related signals induce axial mesoderm and dorsalize mesoderm during gastrulation., Jones CM, Kuehn MR, Hogan BL, Smith JC, Wright CV., Development. November 1, 1995; 121 (11): 3651-62.                

Mesoderm induction in Xenopus caused by activation of MAP kinase., Umbhauer M, Marshall CJ, Mason CS, Old RW, Smith JC., Nature. July 6, 1995; 376 (6535): 58-62.

Osteogenic protein-1 binds to activin type II receptors and induces certain activin-like effects., Yamashita H, ten Dijke P, Huylebroeck D, Sampath TK, Andries M, Smith JC, Heldin CH, Miyazono K., J Cell Biol. July 1, 1995; 130 (1): 217-26.

Inductive signals. Revolving vertebrates., Jones CM, Smith JC., Curr Biol. June 1, 1995; 5 (6): 574-6.

Patterning of the mesoderm in Xenopus: dose-dependent and synergistic effects of Brachyury and Pintallavis., O'Reilly MA, Smith JC, Cunliffe V., Development. May 1, 1995; 121 (5): 1351-9.                  

Mesoderm formation in response to Brachyury requires FGF signalling., Schulte-Merker S, Smith JC., Curr Biol. January 1, 1995; 5 (1): 62-7.

Negative control of Xenopus GATA-2 by activin and noggin with eventual expression in precursors of the ventral blood islands., Walmsley ME, Guille MJ, Bertwistle D, Smith JC, Pizzey JA, Patient RK., Development. September 1, 1994; 120 (9): 2519-29.        

Effects of truncated activin and FGF receptors and of follistatin on the inducing activities of BVg1 and activin: does activin play a role in mesoderm induction?, Schulte-Merker S, Smith JC, Dale L., EMBO J. August 1, 1994; 13 (15): 3533-41.

Slow emergence of a multithreshold response to activin requires cell-contact-dependent sharpening but not prepattern., Green JB, Smith JC, Gerhart JC., Development. August 1, 1994; 120 (8): 2271-8.

Control of somitic expression of tenascin in Xenopus embryos by myogenic factors and Brachyury., Umbhauer M, Riou JF, Smith JC, Boucaut JC., Dev Dyn. August 1, 1994; 200 (4): 269-77.

Specification of mesodermal pattern in Xenopus laevis by interactions between Brachyury, noggin and Xwnt-8., Cunliffe V, Smith JC., EMBO J. January 15, 1994; 13 (2): 349-59.

Analysis of gastrulation: different types of gastrulation movement are induced by different mesoderm-inducing factors in Xenopus laevis., Howard JE, Smith JC., Mech Dev. September 1, 1993; 43 (1): 37-48.

Intercellular signalling in mesoderm formation during amphibian development., Smith JC, Cunliffe V, Green JB, New HV., Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. June 29, 1993; 340 (1293): 287-96.

The Xenopus platelet-derived growth factor alpha receptor: cDNA cloning and demonstration that mesoderm induction establishes the lineage-specific pattern of ligand and receptor gene expression., Jones SD, Ho L, Smith JC, Yordan C, Stiles CD, Mercola M., Dev Genet. January 1, 1993; 14 (3): 185-93.

Responses of embryonic Xenopus cells to activin and FGF are separated by multiple dose thresholds and correspond to distinct axes of the mesoderm., Green JB, New HV, Smith JC., Cell. November 27, 1992; 71 (5): 731-9.            

Expression of tenascin mRNA in mesoderm during Xenopus laevis embryogenesis: the potential role of mesoderm patterning in tenascin regionalization., Umbhauer M, Riou JF, Spring J, Smith JC, Boucaut JC., Development. September 1, 1992; 116 (1): 147-57.            

Are beta 1 integrins involved in Xenopus gastrulation?, Howard JE, Hirst EM, Smith JC., Mech Dev. August 1, 1992; 38 (2): 109-19.

Ectopic mesoderm formation in Xenopus embryos caused by widespread expression of a Brachyury homologue., Cunliffe V, Smith JC., Nature. July 30, 1992; 358 (6385): 427-30.

Bone morphogenetic protein 4: a ventralizing factor in early Xenopus development., Dale L, Howes G, Price BM, Smith JC., Development. June 1, 1992; 115 (2): 573-85.

Mesoderm-inducing factors and the control of gastrulation., Smith JC, Howard JE., Dev Suppl. January 1, 1992; 127-36.

Expression of a Xenopus homolog of Brachyury (T) is an immediate-early response to mesoderm induction., Smith JC, Price BM, Green JB, Weigel D, Herrmann BG., Cell. October 4, 1991; 67 (1): 79-87.

The molecular basis of positional information., Summerbell D, Smith JC, Maden M., In Vivo. September 1, 1991; 5 (5): 457-71.

Inductive interactions in early embryonic development., New HV, Howes G, Smith JC., Curr Opin Genet Dev. August 1, 1991; 1 (2): 196-203.

Growth factors as morphogens: do gradients and thresholds establish body plan?, Green JB, Smith JC., Trends Genet. August 1, 1991; 7 (8): 245-50.

Xenopus cell lines., Smith JC, Tata JR., Methods Cell Biol. January 1, 1991; 36 635-54.

Inductive interactions in early amphibian development., New HV, Smith JC., Curr Opin Cell Biol. December 1, 1990; 2 (6): 969-74.

A mesoderm-inducing factor produced by WEHI-3 murine myelomonocytic leukemia cells is activin A., Albano RM, Godsave SF, Huylebroeck D, Van Nimmen K, Isaacs HV, Slack JM, Smith JC., Development. October 1, 1990; 110 (2): 435-43.

Graded changes in dose of a Xenopus activin A homologue elicit stepwise transitions in embryonic cell fate., Green JB, Smith JC., Nature. September 27, 1990; 347 (6291): 391-4.

Identification of a potent Xenopus mesoderm-inducing factor as a homologue of activin A., Smith JC, Price BM, Van Nimmen K, Huylebroeck D., Nature. June 21, 1990; 345 (6277): 729-31.

Mesoderm induction and the control of gastrulation in Xenopus laevis: the roles of fibronectin and integrins., Smith JC, Symes K, Hynes RO, DeSimone D., Development. February 1, 1990; 108 (2): 229-38.

The biological effects of XTC-MIF: quantitative comparison with Xenopus bFGF., Green JB, Howes G, Symes K, Cooke J, Smith JC., Development. January 1, 1990; 108 (1): 173-83.

Induction and early amphibian development., Smith JC., Curr Opin Cell Biol. December 1, 1989; 1 (6): 1061-70.

Gastrulation and larval pattern in Xenopus after blastocoelic injection of a Xenopus-derived inducing factor: experiments testing models for the normal organization of mesoderm., Cooke J, Smith JC., Dev Biol. February 1, 1989; 131 (2): 383-400.

Inducing factors and the control of mesodermal pattern in Xenopus laevis., Smith JC, Cooke J, Green JB, Howes G, Symes K., Development. January 1, 1989; 107 Suppl 149-59.

Mesoderm induction in Xenopus laevis: responding cells must be in contact for mesoderm formation but suppression of epidermal differentiation can occur in single cells., Symes K, Yaqoob M, Smith JC., Development. December 1, 1988; 104 (4): 609-18.

Purification, partial characterization and biological effects of the XTC mesoderm-inducing factor., Smith JC, Yaqoob M, Symes K., Development. July 1, 1988; 103 (3): 591-600.

Cellular interactions in establishment of regional patterns of cell fate during development., Smith JC., Dev Biol (N Y 1985). January 1, 1988; 5 79-125.

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