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Profile Publications(16)
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Publications By Rongqiao He

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In Situ Hybridization and Immunostaining of Xenopus Brain., Liu KL, Wang XM, Li ZL, Liu Y, He RQ., Methods Mol Biol. January 1, 2020; 2047 363-375.


The signalling receptor MCAM coordinates apical-basal polarity and planar cell polarity during morphogenesis., Gao Q, Zhang J, Wang X, Liu Y, He R, Liu X, Wang F, Feng J, Yang D, Wang Z, Meng A, Yan X., Nat Commun. January 1, 2017; 8 15279.              


Dorsoventral patterning of the Xenopus eye involves differential temporal changes in the response of optic stalk and retinal progenitors to Hh signalling., Wang X, Lupo G, He R, Barsacchi G, Harris WA, Liu Y., Neural Dev. March 20, 2015; 10 7.              


In situ hybridization and immunostaining of Xenopus brain., Liu KL, Wang XM, Li ZL, He RQ, Liu Y., Methods Mol Biol. January 1, 2014; 1082 129-41.


Cep57, a NEDD1-binding pericentriolar material component, is essential for spindle pole integrity., Wu Q, He R, Zhou H, Yu AC, Zhang B, Teng J, Chen J., Cell Res. September 1, 2012; 22 (9): 1390-401.


Altered development of Xenopus embryos in a hypogeomagnetic field., Mo WC, Liu Y, Cooper HM, He RQ., Bioelectromagnetics. April 1, 2012; 33 (3): 238-46.


MiR-124 regulates early neurogenesis in the optic vesicle and forebrain, targeting NeuroD1., Liu K, Liu Y, Mo W, Qiu R, Wang X, Wu JY, He R., Nucleic Acids Res. April 1, 2011; 39 (7): 2869-79.            


The role of miR-124a in early development of the Xenopus eye., Qiu R, Liu K, Liu Y, Mo W, Flynt AS, Patton JG, Kar A, Wu JY, He R., Mech Dev. October 1, 2009; 126 (10): 804-16.          


Misexpression of miR-196a induces eye anomaly in Xenopus laevis., Qiu R, Liu Y, Wu JY, Liu K, Mo W, He R., Brain Res Bull. April 6, 2009; 79 (1): 26-31.


A role for Xvax2 in controlling proliferation of Xenopus ventral eye and brain progenitors., Liu M, Liu Y, Liu Y, Lupo G, Lan L, Barsacchi G, He R., Dev Dyn. November 1, 2008; 237 (11): 3387-93.      


A specific box switches the cell fate determining activity of XOTX2 and XOTX5b in the Xenopus retina., Onorati M, Cremisi F, Liu Y, He RQ, Barsacchi G, Vignali R., Neural Dev. June 27, 2007; 2 12.            


Cloning and developmental expression of the Xenopus homeobox gene Xvsx1., D'Autilia S, Decembrini S, Casarosa S, He RQ, Barsacchi G, Cremisi F, Andreazzoli M., Dev Genes Evol. December 1, 2006; 216 (12): 829-34.


Dorsoventral patterning of the Xenopus eye: a collaboration of Retinoid, Hedgehog and FGF receptor signaling., Lupo G, Liu Y, Qiu R, Chandraratna RA, Barsacchi G, He RQ, Harris WA., Development. April 1, 2005; 132 (7): 1737-48.                    


Expression of recombinant XVAX2 peptide-104 of Xenopus laevis and preparation of the antibody., Liu Y, Liu Y, Liu W, Lupo G, He RQ, Barsacchi G., Protein Pept Lett. April 1, 2003; 10 (2): 213-9.


Expression of the Xvax2 gene demarcates presumptive ventral telencephalon and specific visual structures in Xenopus laevis., Liu Y, Lupo G, Marchitiello A, Gestri G, He RQ, Banfi S, Barsacchi G., Mech Dev. January 1, 2001; 100 (1): 115-8.                


Homeobox genes in the genetic control of eye development., Lupo G, Andreazzoli M, Gestri G, Liu Y, He RQ, Barsacchi G., Int J Dev Biol. January 1, 2000; 44 (6): 627-36.

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