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Using Xenopus to analyze neurocristopathies like Kabuki syndrome., Schwenty-Lara J, Pauli S, Borchers A., Genesis. January 1, 2021; 59 (1-2): e23404.      


Ttc30a affects tubulin modifications in a model for ciliary chondrodysplasia with polycystic kidney disease., Getwan M, Hoppmann A, Schlosser P, Grand K, Song W, Diehl R, Schroda S, Heeg F, Deutsch K, Hildebrandt F, Lausch E, Köttgen A, Lienkamp SS., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. January 1, 2021; 118 (39):                                                   


The histone methyltransferase KMT2D, mutated in Kabuki syndrome patients, is required for neural crest cell formation and migration., Schwenty-Lara J, Nehl D, Borchers A., Hum Mol Genet. January 1, 2020; 29 (2): 305-319.                


Modeling Bainbridge-Ropers Syndrome in Xenopus laevis Embryos., Lichtig H, Artamonov A, Polevoy H, Reid CD, Bielas SL, Frank D., Front Physiol. January 1, 2020; 11 75.                    


The Many Faces of Xenopus: Xenopus laevis as a Model System to Study Wolf-Hirschhorn Syndrome., Lasser M, Pratt B, Monahan C, Kim SW, Lowery LA., Front Physiol. January 1, 2019; 10 817.                    


Single Amino Acid Change Underlies Distinct Roles of H2A.Z Subtypes in Human Syndrome., Greenberg RS, Long HK, Swigut T, Wysocka J., Cell. January 1, 2019; 178 (6): 1421-1436.e24.                                


De novo mutations in SMCHD1 cause Bosma arhinia microphthalmia syndrome and abrogate nasal development., Gordon CT, Xue S, Yigit G, Filali H, Chen K, Rosin N, Yoshiura KI, Oufadem M, Beck TJ, McGowan R, Magee AC, Altmüller J, Dion C, Thiele H, Gurzau AD, Nürnberg P, Meschede D, Mühlbauer W, Okamoto N, Varghese V, Irving R, Sigaudy S, Williams D, Ahmed SF, Bonnard C, Kong MK, Ratbi I, Fejjal N, Fikri M, Elalaoui SC, Reigstad H, Bole-Feysot C, Nitschké P, Ragge N, Lévy N, Tunçbilek G, Teo AS, Cunningham ML, Sefiani A, Kayserili H, Murphy JM, Chatdokmaiprai C, Hillmer AM, Wattanasirichaigoon D, Lyonnet S, Magdinier F, Javed A, Blewitt ME, Amiel J, Wollnik B, Reversade B., Nat Genet. February 1, 2017; 49 (2): 249-255.        


no privacy, a Xenopus tropicalis mutant, is a model of human Hermansky-Pudlak Syndrome and allows visualization of internal organogenesis during tadpole development., Nakayama T, Nakajima K, Cox A, Fisher M, Fisher M, Howell M, Fish MB, Yaoita Y, Grainger RM., Dev Biol. January 1, 2017; 426 (2): 472-486.                      


Sf3b4-depleted Xenopus embryos: A model to study the pathogenesis of craniofacial defects in Nager syndrome., Devotta A, Juraver-Geslin H, Gonzalez JA, Hong CS, Saint-Jeannet JP., Dev Biol. July 15, 2016; 415 (2): 371-382.                      


Musculocontractural Ehlers-Danlos syndrome and neurocristopathies: dermatan sulfate is required for Xenopus neural crest cells to migrate and adhere to fibronectin., Gouignard N, Maccarana M, Strate I, von Stedingk K, Malmström A, Pera EM., Dis Model Mech. January 1, 2016; 9 (6): 607-20.                                      


Mutations in IRX5 impair craniofacial development and germ cell migration via SDF1., Bonnard C, Strobl AC, Shboul M, Lee H, Merriman B, Nelson SF, Ababneh OH, Uz E, Güran T, Kayserili H, Hamamy H, Reversade B., Nat Genet. May 13, 2012; 44 (6): 709-13.    


Systematic discovery of nonobvious human disease models through orthologous phenotypes., McGary KL, Park TJ, Woods JO, Cha HJ, Wallingford JB, Marcotte EM., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. April 6, 2010; 107 (14): 6544-9.                                    


CHD7 cooperates with PBAF to control multipotent neural crest formation., Bajpai R, Chen DA, Rada-Iglesias A, Zhang J, Xiong Y, Helms J, Chang CP, Zhao Y, Swigut T, Wysocka J., Nature. February 18, 2010; 463 (7283): 958-62.      


Mouse Zic5 deficiency results in neural tube defects and hypoplasia of cephalic neural crest derivatives., Inoue T, Hatayama M, Tohmonda T, Itohara S, Aruga J, Mikoshiba K., Dev Biol. June 1, 2004; 270 (1): 146-62.  

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