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Steroid inhibition of protein incorporation by isolated amphibian oocytes., Schuetz AW, Wallace RA, Dumont JN., J Cell Biol. April 1, 1974; 61 (1): 26-34.

Synthesis of vitellogenin in cultures of male and female frog liver regulated by estradiol treatment in vitro., Wangh LJ, Knowland J., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. August 1, 1975; 72 (8): 3172-5.

Protein incorporation by isolated amphibian oocytes. V. Specificity for vitellogenin incorporation., Wallace RA, Jared DW., J Cell Biol. May 1, 1976; 69 (2): 345-51.

Size, complexity and abundance of a specific poly(A)-containing RNA of liver from male Xenopus induced to vitellogenin synthesis by estrogen., Wahli W, Wyler T, Weber R, Ryffel GU., Eur J Biochem. July 15, 1976; 66 (3): 457-65.

Vitellogenin in Xenopus laevis is encoded in a small family of genes., Wahli W, Dawid IB, Wyler T, Jaggi RB, Weber R, Ryffel GU., Cell. March 1, 1979; 16 (3): 535-49.

Vitellogenin as a multigene family. Not all Xenopus vitellogenin genes may be in an "expressible" configuration., Tata JR, Baker BS, Deeley JV., J Biol Chem. July 25, 1980; 255 (14): 6721-6.

Thyroid hormones are corequisites for estradiol-17beta in vitro induction of Xenopus vitellogenin synthesis and secretion., Wangh LJ, Schneider W., Dev Biol. February 1, 1982; 89 (2): 287-93.

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.

Differential induction of vitellogenin gene transcription and total transcriptional activity by estrogen in Xenopus laevis liver., Martin MB, Riegel AT, Schoenberg DR., J Biol Chem. February 15, 1986; 261 (5): 2355-61.

A nuclear factor I-like activity and a liver-specific repressor govern estrogen-regulated in vitro transcription from the Xenopus laevis vitellogenin B1 promoter., Corthésy B, Cardinaux JR, Claret FX, Wahli W., Mol Cell Biol. December 1, 1989; 9 (12): 5548-62.

An NF1-related vitellogenin activator element mediates transcription from the estrogen-regulated Xenopus laevis vitellogenin promoter., Chang TC, Shapiro DJ., J Biol Chem. May 15, 1990; 265 (14): 8176-82.

Transcriptional potentiation of the vitellogenin B1 promoter by a combination of both nucleosome assembly and transcription factors: an in vitro dissection., Corthésy B, Léonnard P, Wahli W., Mol Cell Biol. August 1, 1990; 10 (8): 3926-33.

A liver protein fraction regulating hormone-dependent in vitro transcription from the vitellogenin genes induces their expression in Xenopus oocytes., Corthésy B, Corthésy-Theulaz I, Cardinaux JR, Wahli W., Mol Endocrinol. February 1, 1991; 5 (2): 159-69.

The role of estrogen response elements in expression of the Xenopus laevis vitellogenin B1 gene., Chang TC, Nardulli AM, Lew D, Shapiro DJ., Mol Endocrinol. March 1, 1992; 6 (3): 346-54.

A nucleosome-dependent static loop potentiates estrogen-regulated transcription from the Xenopus vitellogenin B1 promoter in vitro., Schild C, Claret FX, Wahli W, Wolffe AP., EMBO J. February 1, 1993; 12 (2): 423-33.

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.          

Estrogen receptor affinity and location of consensus and imperfect estrogen response elements influence transcription activation of simplified promoters., Nardulli AM, Romine LE, Carpo C, Greene GL, Rainish B., Mol Endocrinol. June 1, 1996; 10 (6): 694-704.

Binding of type II nuclear receptors and estrogen receptor to full and half-site estrogen response elements in vitro., Klinge CM, Bodenner DL, Desai D, Niles RM, Traish AM., Nucleic Acids Res. May 15, 1997; 25 (10): 1903-12.

Structure of a fish (Oncorhynchus mykiss) vitellogenin gene and its evolutionary implication., Mouchel N, Trichet V, Naimi BY, Le Pennec JP, Wolff J., Gene. September 15, 1997; 197 (1-2): 147-52.

Functional interaction between the estrogen receptor and CTF1: analysis of the vitellogenin gene B1 promoter in yeast., Tsai-Pflugfelder M, Gasser SM, Wahli W., Mol Endocrinol. October 1, 1998; 12 (10): 1525-41.

Determinants of vitellogenin B1 promoter architecture. HNF3 and estrogen responsive transcription within chromatin., Robyr D, Gegonne A, Wolffe AP, Wahli W., J Biol Chem. September 8, 2000; 275 (36): 28291-300.

Vigilin binding selectively inhibits cleavage of the vitellogenin mRNA 3''-untranslated region by the mRNA endonuclease polysomal ribonuclease 1., Cunningham KS, Dodson RE, Nagel MA, Shapiro DJ, Schoenberg DR., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. November 7, 2000; 97 (23): 12498-502.

Mr 25 000 protein, a substrate for protein serine/threonine kinases, is identified as a part of Xenopus laevis vitellogenin B1., Yoshitome S, Nakamura H, Nakajo N, Okamoto K, Sugimoto I, Kohara H, Kitayama K, Igarashi K, Ito S, Sagata N, Hashimoto E., Dev Growth Differ. June 1, 2003; 45 (3): 283-94.        

Purification and characterization of Mr 43,000 protein similar to Mr 25,000 protein, a substrate for protein Ser/Thr kinases, identified as a part of Xenopus laevis vitellogenin B1., Xi J, Sugimoto I, Yoshitome S, Yasuda H, Ogura K, Mori N, Li Z, Ito S, Hashimoto E., J Protein Chem. August 1, 2003; 22 (6): 571-83.

Mass-spectrometric identification of binding proteins of Mr 25,000 protein, a part of vitellogenin B1, detected in particulate fraction of Xenopus laevis oocytes., Sugimoto I, Li Z, Yoshitome S, Ito S, Hashimoto E., Protein J. October 1, 2004; 23 (7): 467-73.

Modulation of protein phosphorylation by Mr 25,000 protein partially overlapping phosvitin and lipovitellin 2 in Xenopus laevis vitellogenin B1 protein., Sugimoto I, Hashimoto E., Protein J. February 1, 2006; 25 (2): 109-15.

Different modulation of ER-mediated transactivation by xenobiotic nuclear receptors depending on the estrogen response elements and estrogen target cell types., Min G., Ann N Y Acad Sci. December 1, 2006; 1091 244-57.

Cellular distribution of Mr 25,000 protein, a protein partially overlapping phosvitin and lipovitellin 2 in vitellogenin B1, and yolk proteins in Xenopus laevis oocytes and embryos., Nakamura H, Yoshitome S, Sugimoto I, Sado Y, Kawahara A, Ueno S, Miyahara T, Yoshida Y, Aoki-Yagi N, Hashimoto E., Comp Biochem Physiol A Mol Integr Physiol. November 1, 2007; 148 (3): 621-8.

Vitellogenesis in Bufo arenarum: identification, characterization and immunolocalization of high molecular mass lipovitellin during oogenesis., O'Brien ED, Salicioni AM, Cabada MO, Arranz SE., Comp Biochem Physiol B Biochem Mol Biol. March 1, 2010; 155 (3): 256-65.

Degradation of M(r) 25,000 protein by cathepsin L-like protease in Xenopus laevis oocytes., Islam A, Horinouchi T, Hashimoto E., Protein J. April 1, 2014; 33 (2): 150-6.

Quantification of X. laevis vitellogenin by liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry., Luna LG, Coady K., Ecotoxicol Environ Saf. February 1, 2016; 124 296-302.

Nutrient availability contributes to a graded refractory period for regeneration in Xenopus tropicalis., Williams MC, Patel JH, Kakebeen AD, Wills AE., Dev Biol. May 1, 2021; 473 59-70.

Bisphenol B disrupts testis differentiation partly via the estrogen receptor-mediated pathway and subsequently causes testicular dysgenesis in Xenopus laevis., Li HM, Li YY, Zhang YC, Li JB, Xu HM, Xiong YM, Qin ZF., Ecotoxicol Environ Saf. May 1, 2022; 236 113453.              

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