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Papers associated with migratory neural crest cell

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Kindlin2 regulates neural crest specification via integrin-independent regulation of the FGF signaling pathway., Wang H., Development. May 15, 2021; 148 (10):                                           


Dynamic expression of MMP28 during cranial morphogenesis., Gouignard N., Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. October 12, 2020; 375 (1809): 20190559.


Chick cranial neural crest cells use progressive polarity refinement, not contact inhibition of locomotion, to guide their migration., Genuth MA., Dev Biol. December 1, 2018; 444 Suppl 1 S252-S261.


Serine Threonine Kinase Receptor-Associated Protein Deficiency Impairs Mouse Embryonic Stem Cells Lineage Commitment Through CYP26A1-Mediated Retinoic Acid Homeostasis., Jin L., Stem Cells. September 1, 2018; 36 (9): 1368-1379.                      


PDGF-A suppresses contact inhibition during directional collective cell migration., Nagel M., Development. July 5, 2018; 145 (13):                     


Redistribution of Adhesive Forces through Src/FAK Drives Contact Inhibition of Locomotion in Neural Crest., Roycroft A., Dev Cell. June 4, 2018; 45 (5): 565-579.e3.                                        


Expression of the adhesion G protein-coupled receptor A2 (adgra2) during Xenopus laevis development., Seigfried FA., Gene Expr Patterns. June 1, 2018; 28 54-61.                                      


Apolipoprotein C-I mediates Wnt/Ctnnb1 signaling during neural border formation and is required for neural crest development., Yokota C., Int J Dev Biol. January 1, 2017; 61 (6-7): 415-425.                      


Controlled levels of canonical Wnt signaling are required for neural crest migration., Maj E., Dev Biol. September 1, 2016; 417 (1): 77-90.                          


Delamination of neural crest cells requires transient and reversible Wnt inhibition mediated by Dact1/2., Rabadán MA., Development. June 15, 2016; 143 (12): 2194-205.          


Cadherin-11 localizes to focal adhesions and promotes cell-substrate adhesion., Langhe RP., Nat Commun. March 8, 2016; 7 10909.        


Cadherin Switch during EMT in Neural Crest Cells Leads to Contact Inhibition of Locomotion via Repolarization of Forces., Scarpa E., Dev Cell. August 24, 2015; 34 (4): 421-34.                                            


Functional analysis of Hairy genes in Xenopus neural crest initial specification and cell migration., Vega-López GA., Dev Dyn. August 1, 2015; 244 (8): 988-1013.                            


GSK3 and Polo-like kinase regulate ADAM13 function during cranial neural crest cell migration., Abbruzzese G., Mol Biol Cell. December 15, 2014; 25 (25): 4072-82.                                    


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


CHD7, the gene mutated in CHARGE syndrome, regulates genes involved in neural crest cell guidance., Schulz Y., Hum Genet. August 1, 2014; 133 (8): 997-1009.


Retinoic acid induced-1 (Rai1) regulates craniofacial and brain development in Xenopus., Tahir R., Mech Dev. August 1, 2014; 133 91-104.                            


Developmental expression and role of Kinesin Eg5 during Xenopus laevis embryogenesis., Fernández JP., Dev Dyn. April 1, 2014; 243 (4): 527-40.              


Indian hedgehog signaling is required for proper formation, maintenance and migration of Xenopus neural crest., Agüero TH., Dev Biol. April 15, 2012; 364 (2): 99-113.                    


The LIM adaptor protein LMO4 is an essential regulator of neural crest development., Ochoa SD., Dev Biol. January 15, 2012; 361 (2): 313-25.              


Targeted inactivation of Snail family EMT regulatory factors by a Co(III)-Ebox conjugate., Harney AS., PLoS One. January 1, 2012; 7 (2): e32318.            


Comparative expression analysis of the H3K27 demethylases, JMJD3 and UTX, with the H3K27 methylase, EZH2, in Xenopus., Kawaguchi A., Int J Dev Biol. January 1, 2012; 56 (4): 295-300.                                          


Developmental expression of the fermitin/kindlin gene family in Xenopus laevis embryos., Canning CA., Dev Dyn. August 1, 2011; 240 (8): 1958-63.                                                  


Mechanisms driving neural crest induction and migration in the zebrafish and Xenopus laevis., Klymkowsky MW., Cell Adh Migr. October 1, 2010; 4 (4): 595-608.  


CHD7 cooperates with PBAF to control multipotent neural crest formation., Bajpai R., Nature. February 18, 2010; 463 (7283): 958-62.      


Samba, a Xenopus hnRNP expressed in neural and neural crest tissues., Yan CY., Dev Dyn. January 1, 2009; 238 (1): 204-9.      


A Myc-Slug (Snail2)/Twist regulatory circuit directs vascular development., Rodrigues CO., Development. June 1, 2008; 135 (11): 1903-11.              


Xenopus hairy2 functions in neural crest formation by maintaining cells in a mitotic and undifferentiated state., Nagatomo K., Dev Dyn. June 1, 2007; 236 (6): 1475-83.          


Wnt11-R signaling regulates a calcium sensitive EMT event essential for dorsal fin development of Xenopus., Garriock RJ., Dev Biol. April 1, 2007; 304 (1): 127-40.            


Slug stability is dynamically regulated during neural crest development by the F-box protein Ppa., Vernon AE., Development. September 1, 2006; 133 (17): 3359-70.                


Identification of a BMP inhibitor-responsive promoter module required for expression of the early neural gene zic1., Tropepe V., Dev Biol. January 15, 2006; 289 (2): 517-29.        


Xenopus Id3 is required downstream of Myc for the formation of multipotent neural crest progenitor cells., Light W., Development. April 1, 2005; 132 (8): 1831-41.              


To proliferate or to die: role of Id3 in cell cycle progression and survival of neural crest progenitors., Kee Y., Genes Dev. March 15, 2005; 19 (6): 744-55.            


Global analysis of RAR-responsive genes in the Xenopus neurula using cDNA microarrays., Arima K., Dev Dyn. February 1, 2005; 232 (2): 414-31.                          


A vertebrate crossveinless 2 homologue modulates BMP activity and neural crest cell migration., Coles E., Development. November 1, 2004; 131 (21): 5309-17.      


Neurotrophin-independent attraction of growing sensory and motor axons towards developing Xenopus limb buds in vitro., Tonge DA., Dev Biol. January 1, 2004; 265 (1): 169-80.                


The protooncogene c-myc is an essential regulator of neural crest formation in xenopus., Bellmeyer A., Dev Cell. June 1, 2003; 4 (6): 827-39.        


Aortic arch and pharyngeal phenotype in the absence of BMP-dependent neural crest in the mouse., Ohnemus S., Mech Dev. December 1, 2002; 119 (2): 127-35.


Sonic hedgehog rescues cranial neural crest from cell death induced by ethanol exposure., Ahlgren SC., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. August 6, 2002; 99 (16): 10476-81.


Snail-related transcriptional repressors are required in Xenopus for both the induction of the neural crest and its subsequent migration., LaBonne C., Dev Biol. May 1, 2000; 221 (1): 195-205.          


Xenopus brain factor-2 controls mesoderm, forebrain and neural crest development., Gómez-Skarmeta JL., Mech Dev. January 1, 1999; 80 (1): 15-27.              


Molecular cloning of tyrosine kinases in the early Xenopus embryo: identification of Eck-related genes expressed in cranial neural crest cells of the second (hyoid) arch., Brändli AW., Dev Dyn. June 1, 1995; 203 (2): 119-40.                  


Integrin alpha 5 during early development of Xenopus laevis., Joos TO., Mech Dev. April 1, 1995; 50 (2-3): 187-99.                    


Retinoic acid induces changes in the localization of homeobox proteins in the antero-posterior axis of Xenopus laevis embryos., López SL., Mech Dev. February 1, 1992; 36 (3): 153-64.          

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