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Profile Publications(23)
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Publications By Kris Vleminckx

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Corrigendum: Xenopus tropicalis: Joining the Armada in the Fight Against Blood Cancer., Dimitrakopoulou D, Tulkens D, Van Vlierberghe P, Vleminckx K., Front Physiol. January 1, 2019; 10 210.


CRISPR/Cas9-Mediated Knockout of Rb1 in Xenopus tropicalis., Naert T, Vleminckx K., Methods Mol Biol. January 1, 2018; 1726 177-193.


Cell Cycle Analysis of the Embryonic Brain of Fluorescent Reporter Xenopus tropicalis by Flow Cytometry., Noelanders R, Vleminckx K., Methods Mol Biol. January 1, 2018; 1865 243-250.


Cancer Models in Xenopus tropicalis by CRISPR/Cas9 Mediated Knockout of Tumor Suppressors., Naert T, Vleminckx K., Methods Mol Biol. January 1, 2018; 1865 147-161.


Genotyping of CRISPR/Cas9 Genome Edited Xenopus tropicalis., Naert T, Vleminckx K., Methods Mol Biol. January 1, 2018; 1865 67-82.


Targeted Genome Engineering in Xenopus Using the Transcription Activator-Like Effector Nuclease (TALEN) Technology., Van Nieuwenhuysen T, Vleminckx K., Methods Mol Biol. January 1, 2018; 1865 55-65.


Methods for CRISPR/Cas9 Xenopus tropicalis Tissue-Specific Multiplex Genome Engineering., Naert T, Vleminckx K., Methods Mol Biol. January 1, 2018; 1865 33-54.


A novel RIPK4-IRF6 connection is required to prevent epithelial fusions characteristic for popliteal pterygium syndromes., De Groote P, Tran HT, Fransen M, Tanghe G, Urwyler C, De Craene B, Leurs K, Gilbert B, Van Imschoot G, De Rycke R, Guérin CJ, Holland P, Berx G, Vandenabeele P, Lippens S, Vleminckx K, Declercq W., Cell Death Differ. June 1, 2015; 22 (6): 1012-24.


Antagonistic cross-regulation between Wnt and Hedgehog signalling pathways controls post-embryonic retinal proliferation., Borday C, Cabochette P, Parain K, Mazurier N, Janssens S, Tran HT, Sekkali B, Bronchain O, Vleminckx K, Locker M, Perron M., Development. October 1, 2012; 139 (19): 3499-509.                    


Plakophilin-3 is required for late embryonic amphibian development, exhibiting roles in ectodermal and neural tissues., Munoz WA, Kloc M, Cho K, Lee M, Hofmann I, Sater A, Vleminckx K, McCrea PD., PLoS One. January 1, 2012; 7 (4): e34342.              


Transcription factor Zic2 inhibits Wnt/β-catenin protein signaling., Pourebrahim R, Houtmeyers R, Ghogomu S, Janssens S, Thelie A, Tran HT, Langenberg T, Vleminckx K, Bellefroid E, Cassiman JJ, Tejpar S., J Biol Chem. October 28, 2011; 286 (43): 37732-40.          


You''d better catch that Wnt: primitive hematopoiesis requires canonical Wnt signaling., Tran HT, Vleminckx K., Cell Cycle. February 1, 2011; 10 (3): 366-7.


The chronic toxicity of molybdate to freshwater organisms. I. Generating reliable effects data., De Schamphelaere KA, Stubblefield W, Rodriguez P, Vleminckx K, Janssen CR., Sci Total Environ. October 15, 2010; 408 (22): 5362-71.


Requirement of Wnt/beta-catenin signaling in pronephric kidney development., Lyons JP, Miller RK, Zhou X, Weidinger G, Deroo T, Denayer T, Park JI, Ji H, Hong JY, Li A, Moon RT, Jones EA, Vleminckx K, Vize PD, McCrea PD., Mech Dev. March 1, 2009; 126 (3-4): 142-59.        


Canonical Wnt signaling controls proliferation of retinal stem/progenitor cells in postembryonic Xenopus eyes., Denayer T, Locker M, Borday C, Deroo T, Janssens S, Hecht A, van Roy F, Perron M, Vleminckx K., Stem Cells. August 1, 2008; 26 (8): 2063-74.


Transgenic reporter tools tracing endogenous canonical Wnt signaling in Xenopus., Denayer T, Tran HT, Vleminckx K., Methods Mol Biol. January 1, 2008; 469 381-400.


Mycobacterium liflandii infection in European colony of Silurana tropicalis., Suykerbuyk P, Vleminckx K, Pasmans F, Stragier P, Ablordey A, Tran HT, Hermans K, Fleetwood M, Meyers WM, Portaels F., Emerg Infect Dis. May 1, 2007; 13 (5): 743-6.  


In vivo tracing of canonical Wnt signaling in Xenopus tadpoles by means of an inducible transgenic reporter tool., Denayer T, Van Roy F, Vleminckx K., FEBS Lett. January 23, 2006; 580 (2): 393-8.


A genetic Xenopus laevis tadpole model to study lymphangiogenesis., Ny A, Koch M, Schneider M, Neven E, Tong RT, Maity S, Fischer C, Plaisance S, Lambrechts D, Héligon C, Terclavers S, Ciesiolka M, Kälin R, Man WY, Senn I, Wyns S, Lupu F, Brändli A, Vleminckx K, Collen D, Dewerchin M, Conway EM, Moons L, Jain RK, Carmeliet P., Nat Med. September 1, 2005; 11 (9): 998-1004.


Global inhibition of Lef1/Tcf-dependent Wnt signaling at its nuclear end point abrogates development in transgenic Xenopus embryos., Deroo T, Denayer T, Van Roy F, Vleminckx K., J Biol Chem. December 3, 2004; 279 (49): 50670-5.


The p300/CBP acetyltransferases function as transcriptional coactivators of beta-catenin in vertebrates., Hecht A, Vleminckx K, Stemmler MP, van Roy F, Kemler R., EMBO J. April 17, 2000; 19 (8): 1839-50.


The C-terminal transactivation domain of beta-catenin is necessary and sufficient for signaling by the LEF-1/beta-catenin complex in Xenopus laevis., Vleminckx K, Kemler R, Hecht A., Mech Dev. March 1, 1999; 81 (1-2): 65-74.    


Adenomatous polyposis coli tumor suppressor protein has signaling activity in Xenopus laevis embryos resulting in the induction of an ectopic dorsoanterior axis., Vleminckx K, Wong E, Guger K, Rubinfeld B, Polakis P, Gumbiner BM., J Cell Biol. January 27, 1997; 136 (2): 411-20.            

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