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Publications By Jamshed R Tata

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Amphibian metamorphosis as a model for the developmental actions of thyroid hormone., Tata JR., Mol Cell Endocrinol. February 26, 2006; 246 (1-2): 10-20.


Characterization of Xenopus cytosolic thyroid-hormone-binding protein (xCTBP) with aldehyde dehydrogenase activity., Yamauchi K, Tata JR., Chem Biol Interact. January 30, 2001; 130-132 (1-3): 309-21.


Autoinduction of nuclear hormone receptors during metamorphosis and its significance., Tata JR., Insect Biochem Mol Biol. August 1, 2000; 30 (8-9): 645-51.


Xenopus cytosolic thyroid hormone-binding protein (xCTBP) is aldehyde dehydrogenase catalyzing the formation of retinoic acid., Yamauchi K, Nakajima J, Hayashi H, Horiuchi R, Tata JR., J Biol Chem. March 26, 1999; 274 (13): 8460-9.


Tissue-dependent and developmentally regulated cytosolic thyroid-hormone-binding proteins (CTBPs) in Xenopus., Yamauchi K, Tata JR., Comp Biochem Physiol C Pharmacol Toxicol Endocrinol. September 1, 1997; 118 (1): 27-32.


An immunocytochemical analysis of the expression of thyroid hormone receptor alpha and beta proteins during natural and thyroid hormone-induced metamorphosis in Xenopus., Fairclough L, Tata JR., Dev Growth Differ. June 1, 1997; 39 (3): 273-83.          


Differential responses to ligands of overexpressed thyroid hormone and retinoid X receptors in a Xenopus cell line and in vivo., Ulisse S, Iwamura S, Tata JR., Mol Cell Endocrinol. January 3, 1997; 126 (1): 17-24.


Dominant-negative mutant thyroid hormone receptors prevent transcription from Xenopus thyroid hormone receptor beta gene promoter in response to thyroid hormone in Xenopus tadpoles in vivo., Ulisse S, Esslemont G, Baker BS, Krishna V, Chatterjee K, Tata JR., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. February 6, 1996; 93 (3): 1205-9.


Metamorphosis: an exquisite model for hormonal regulation of post-embryonic development., Tata JR., Biochem Soc Symp. January 1, 1996; 62 123-36.


Contrasting patterns of expression of thyroid hormone and retinoid X receptor genes during hormonal manipulation of Xenopus tadpole tail regression in culture., Iwamuro S, Tata JR., Mol Cell Endocrinol. September 22, 1995; 113 (2): 235-43.


Cloning, characterization and expression of two Xenopus bcl-2-like cell-survival genes., Cruz-Reyes J, Tata JR., Gene. June 9, 1995; 158 (2): 171-9.


Structural and functional characterization and cloning of Xenopus FOSP-1 (frog oviduct-specific protein-1) genes., Mehta RJ, Tata JR., Eur J Biochem. April 1, 1995; 229 (1): 224-32.


Analysis of structure and expression of the Xenopus thyroid hormone receptor-beta gene to explain its autoinduction., Machuca I, Esslemont G, Fairclough L, Tata JR., Mol Endocrinol. January 1, 1995; 9 (1): 96-107.


Purification and characterization of a cytosolic thyroid-hormone-binding protein (CTBP) in Xenopus liver., Yamauchi K, Tata JR., Eur J Biochem. November 1, 1994; 225 (3): 1105-12.


Hormonal regulation of programmed cell death during amphibian metamorphosis., Tata JR., Biochem Cell Biol. November 1, 1994; 72 (11-12): 581-8.


Thyroid hormone and glucocorticoid independently regulate the expression of estrogen receptor in male Xenopus liver cells., Ulisse S, Tata JR., Mol Cell Endocrinol. October 1, 1994; 105 (1): 45-53.


Autoregulation and crossregulation of nuclear receptor genes., Tata JR., Trends Endocrinol Metab. September 1, 1994; 5 (7): 283-90.


Interplay between thyroid hormone and estrogen in modulating expression of their receptor and vitellogenin genes during Xenopus metamorphosis., Rabelo EM, Baker BS, Tata JR., Mech Dev. January 1, 1994; 45 (1): 49-57.          


Thyroid hormone potentiates estrogen activation of vitellogenin genes and autoinduction of estrogen receptor in adult Xenopus hepatocytes., Rabelo EM, Tata JR., Mol Cell Endocrinol. October 1, 1993; 96 (1-2): 37-44.


Autoinduction of nuclear receptor genes and its significance., Tata JR, Baker BS, Machuca I, Rabelo EM, Yamauchi K., J Steroid Biochem Mol Biol. August 1, 1993; 46 (2): 105-19.


Developmental and hormonal regulation of the Xenopus liver-type arginase gene., Xu Q, Baker BS, Tata JR., Eur J Biochem. February 1, 1993; 211 (3): 891-8.


Autoinduction of thyroid hormone receptor during metamorphosis is reproduced in Xenopus XTC-2 cells., Machuca I, Tata JR., Mol Cell Endocrinol. September 1, 1992; 87 (1-3): 105-13.


Characterization and developmental expression of Xenopus C/EBP gene., Xu Q, Tata JR., Mech Dev. July 1, 1992; 38 (1): 69-81.      


Prolactin prevents the autoinduction of thyroid hormone receptor mRNAs during amphibian metamorphosis., Baker BS, Tata JR., Dev Biol. February 1, 1992; 149 (2): 463-7.


Thyroid hormone receptors and their role in development., Chatterjee VK, Tata JR., Cancer Surv. January 1, 1992; 14 147-67.


Developmental and regional expression of thyroid hormone receptor genes during Xenopus metamorphosis., Kawahara A, Baker BS, Tata JR., Development. August 1, 1991; 112 (4): 933-43.            


Prolactin inhibits both thyroid hormone-induced morphogenesis and cell death in cultured amphibian larval tissues., Tata JR, Kawahara A, Baker BS., Dev Biol. July 1, 1991; 146 (1): 72-80.


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


Autoinduction of estrogen receptor is associated with FOSP-1 mRNA induction by estrogen in primary cultures of Xenopus oviduct cells., Varriale B, Tata JR., Mol Cell Endocrinol. July 9, 1990; 71 (3): R25-31.


Accumulation of proto-oncogene c-erb-A related transcripts during Xenopus development: association with early acquisition of response to thyroid hormone and estrogen., Baker BS, Tata JR., EMBO J. March 1, 1990; 9 (3): 879-85.


FOSP-1 (frog oviduct-specific protein-1) gene: cloning of cDNA and induction by estrogen in primary cultures of Xenopus oviduct cells., Lerivray H, Smith JA, Tata JR., Mol Cell Endocrinol. October 1, 1988; 59 (3): 241-8.


Regulation of expression of Xenopus vitellogenin genes., Tata JR., Dev Biol (N Y 1985). January 1, 1988; 5 241-65.


Establishment and characterization of Xenopus oviduct cells in primary culture., Marsh J, Tata JR., Exp Cell Res. November 1, 1987; 173 (1): 117-28.


Hormonal regulation of RNA synthesis and specific gene expression in Xenopus oviduct cells in primary culture., Marsh J, Tata JR., Mol Cell Endocrinol. September 1, 1987; 53 (1-2): 141-8.


Specific switching on of silent egg protein genes in vitro by an S-100 fraction in isolated nuclei from male Xenopus., Tata JR, Baker BS., EMBO J. December 1, 1985; 4 (12): 3253-8.


Galactoside-binding serum lectin of Xenopus laevis. Estrogen-dependent hepatocyte synthesis and relationship to oocyte lectin., Roberson MM, Wolffe AP, Tata JR, Barondes SH., J Biol Chem. September 15, 1985; 260 (20): 11027-32.


Inhibition by estradiol of binding and mitogenic effect of epidermal growth factor in primary cultures of Xenopus hepatocytes., Wolffe AP, Bersimbaev RI, Tata JR., Mol Cell Endocrinol. May 1, 1985; 40 (2-3): 167-73.


Deinduction of transcription of Xenopus 74-kDa albumin genes and destabilization of mRNA by estrogen in vivo and in hepatocyte cultures., Wolffe AP, Glover JF, Martin SC, Tenniswood MP, Williams JL, Tata JR., Eur J Biochem. February 1, 1985; 146 (3): 489-96.


Vitellogenin genes and their products in closely and distantly related species of Xenopus., Baker BS, Steven J, Tata JR., Comp Biochem Physiol B. January 1, 1985; 82 (3): 497-505.


Sex- and tissue-specific, but hormonally independent, demethylation at the 3''-end of Xenopus vitellogenin gene B1., Ng WC, Baker BS, Tata JR., FEBS Lett. December 10, 1984; 178 (2): 217-22.


Transient paralysis by heat shock of hormonal regulation of gene expression., Wolffe AP, Perlman AJ, Tata JR., EMBO J. December 1, 1984; 3 (12): 2763-70.


Regulation by estrogen receptor of vitellogenin gene transcription in Xenopus hepatocyte cultures., Perlman AJ, Wolffe AP, Champion J, Tata JR., Mol Cell Endocrinol. December 1, 1984; 38 (2-3): 151-61.


Culture shock. Synthesis of heat-shock-like proteins in fresh primary cell cultures., Wolffe AP, Glover JF, Tata JR., Exp Cell Res. October 1, 1984; 154 (2): 581-90.


Unequal activation by estrogen of individual Xenopus vitellogenin genes during development., Ng WC, Wolffe AP, Tata JR., Dev Biol. March 1, 1984; 102 (1): 238-47.


Rapid estrogen metabolism and vitellogenin gene expression in Xenopus hepatocyte cultures., Tenniswood MP, Searle PF, Wolffe AP, Tata JR., Mol Cell Endocrinol. June 1, 1983; 30 (3): 329-45.


Simultaneous analysis of conformation and transcription of A and B groups of vitellogenin genes in male and female Xenopus during primary and secondary activation by estrogen., Williams JL, Tata JR., Nucleic Acids Res. February 25, 1983; 11 (4): 1151-66.


Coordinate and non-coordinate estrogen-induced expression of A and B groups of vitellogenin genes in male and female Xenopus Hepatocytes in culture., Wolffe AP, Tata JR., Eur J Biochem. February 1, 1983; 130 (2): 365-72.


Hormonal regulation and expression of vitellogenin multigene family., Tata JR, James TC, Watson CS, Williams JL, Wolffe AP., Ciba Found Symp. January 1, 1983; 98 96-110.


Differential sensitization to deoxyribonuclease I of Xenopus vitellogenin and albumin genes during primary and secondary induction of vitellogenesis by oestradiol., Dimitriadis GJ, Tata JR., Biochem J. February 15, 1982; 202 (2): 491-7.


Inhibition of nuclear ribonuclease activity during transcription in vitro by aurintricarboxylic acid and vanadyl riboncleoside complexes., Schulz-Harder B, Tata JR., Biochem Biophys Res Commun. February 11, 1982; 104 (3): 903-10.

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