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Papers associated with foxj1.2 (and Disease Ontology)



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Altering metabolite distribution at Xenopus cleavage stages affects left-right gene expression asymmetries., Onjiko RM, Nemes P, Moody SA., Genesis. June 1, 2021; 59 (5-6): e23418.          


RNA demethylation by FTO stabilizes the FOXJ1 mRNA for proper motile ciliogenesis., Kim H, Lee YS, Kim SM, Jang S, Choi H, Lee JW, Kim TD, Kim VN., Dev Cell. April 19, 2021; 56 (8): 1118-1130.e6.                                  


Nucleoporin NUP205 plays a critical role in cilia and congenital disease., Marquez J, Bhattacharya D, Lusk CP, Khokha MK., Dev Biol. January 1, 2021; 469 46-53.                        


The FOXJ1 target Cfap206 is required for sperm motility, mucociliary clearance of the airways and brain development., Beckers A, Adis C, Schuster-Gossler K, Tveriakhina L, Ott T, Fuhl F, Hegermann J, Boldt K, Serth K, Rachev E, Alten L, Kremmer E, Ueffing M, Blum M, Gossler A., Development. June 15, 2020; 147 (21):                                       


CFAP43 modulates ciliary beating in mouse and Xenopus., Rachev E, Schuster-Gossler K, Fuhl F, Ott T, Tveriakhina L, Beckers A, Hegermann J, Boldt K, Mai M, Kremmer E, Ueffing M, Blum M, Gossler A., Dev Biol. March 15, 2020; 459 (2): 109-125.                                                                    


Serotonin and MucXS release by small secretory cells depend on Xpod, a SSC specific marker gene., Kurrle Y, Kunesch K, Bogusch S, Schweickert A., Genesis. February 1, 2020; 58 (2): e23344.              


ΔN-Tp63 Mediates Wnt/β-Catenin-Induced Inhibition of Differentiation in Basal Stem Cells of Mucociliary Epithelia., Haas M, Gómez Vázquez JL, Sun DI, Tran HT, Brislinger M, Tasca A, Shomroni O, Vleminckx K, Vleminckx K, Walentek P., Cell Rep. September 24, 2019; 28 (13): 3338-3352.e6.                              


Visualizing flow in an intact CSF network using optical coherence tomography: implications for human congenital hydrocephalus., Date P, Ackermann P, Furey C, Fink IB, Jonas S, Khokha MK, Kahle KT, Deniz E., Sci Rep. April 17, 2019; 9 (1): 6196.                            


A liquid-like organelle at the root of motile ciliopathy., Huizar RL, Lee C, Boulgakov AA, Horani A, Tu F, Marcotte EM, Brody SL, Wallingford JB., Elife. December 18, 2018; 7                               


WDR5 regulates left-right patterning via chromatin-dependent and -independent functions., Kulkarni SS, Khokha MK., Development. November 28, 2018; 145 (23):                 


The evolutionary conserved FOXJ1 target gene Fam183b is essential for motile cilia in Xenopus but dispensable for ciliary function in mice., Beckers A, Ott T, Schuster-Gossler K, Boldt K, Alten L, Ueffing M, Blum M, Gossler A., Sci Rep. October 2, 2018; 8 (1): 14678.            


A Conserved Role of the Unconventional Myosin 1d in Laterality Determination., Tingler M, Kurz S, Maerker M, Ott T, Fuhl F, Schweickert A, LeBlanc-Straceski JM, Noselli S, Blum M., Curr Biol. March 5, 2018; 28 (5): 810-816.e3.                


Leftward Flow Determines Laterality in Conjoined Twins., Tisler M, Thumberger T, Schneider I, Schweickert A, Blum M., Curr Biol. February 20, 2017; 27 (4): 543-548.                


Xenopus, an ideal model organism to study laterality in conjoined twins., Tisler M, Schweickert A, Blum M., Genesis. January 1, 2017; 55 (1-2):         


Roles of the cilium-associated gene CCDC11 in left-right patterning and in laterality disorders in humans., Gur M, Cohen EB, Genin O, Fainsod A, Perles Z, Cinnamon Y., Int J Dev Biol. January 1, 2017; 61 (3-4-5): 267-276.          


ATP4a is required for development and function of the Xenopus mucociliary epidermis - a potential model to study proton pump inhibitor-associated pneumonia., Walentek P, Beyer T, Hagenlocher C, Müller C, Feistel K, Schweickert A, Harland RM, Blum M., Dev Biol. December 15, 2015; 408 (2): 292-304.                                


CRISPR/Cas9: An inexpensive, efficient loss of function tool to screen human disease genes in Xenopus., Bhattacharya D, Marfo CA, Li D, Lane M, Khokha MK., Dev Biol. December 15, 2015; 408 (2): 196-204.            


miR-34/449 miRNAs are required for motile ciliogenesis by repressing cp110., Song R, Walentek P, Sponer N, Klimke A, Lee JS, Dixon G, Harland R, Wan Y, Lishko P, Lize M, Kessel M, He L., Nature. June 5, 2014; 510 (7503): 115-20.                                


RFX7 is required for the formation of cilia in the neural tube., Manojlovic Z, Earwood R, Kato A, Stefanovic B, Kato Y., Mech Dev. May 1, 2014; 132 28-37.                  


Ciliogenesis and cerebrospinal fluid flow in the developing Xenopus brain are regulated by foxj1., Hagenlocher C, Walentek P, M Ller C, Thumberger T, Feistel K., Cilia. April 29, 2013; 2 (1): 12.                  

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