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Gene expression in the embryonic nervous system of Xenopus laevis., Richter K, Grunz H, Dawid IB., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. November 1, 1988; 85 (21): 8086-90.      

Specific inhibition of beta-tubulin synthesis in Xenopus oocytes using anti-sense oligodeoxyribonucleotides., Jessus C, Chevrier M, Ozon R, Hélène C, Cazenave C., Gene. December 10, 1988; 72 (1-2): 311-2.

The sequence of a nervous system-specific, class II beta-tubulin gene from Xenopus laevis., Good PJ, Richter K, Dawid IB., Nucleic Acids Res. October 11, 1989; 17 (19): 8000.

Localization of a nervous system-specific class II beta-tubulin gene in Xenopus laevis embryos by whole-mount in situ hybridization., Oschwald R, Richter K, Grunz H., Int J Dev Biol. December 1, 1991; 35 (4): 399-405.      

Expression of XMyoD protein in early Xenopus laevis embryos., Hopwood ND, Pluck A, Gurdon JB, Dilworth SM., Development. January 1, 1992; 114 (1): 31-8.      

Mapping of ligand binding sites of neuronal nicotinic acetylcholine receptors using chimeric alpha subunits., Luetje CW, Piattoni M, Patrick J., Mol Pharmacol. September 1, 1993; 44 (3): 657-66.

Residues 1 to 80 of the N-terminal domain of the beta subunit confer neuronal bungarotoxin sensitivity and agonist selectivity on neuronal nicotinic receptors., Wheeler SV, Chad JE, Foreman R., FEBS Lett. October 11, 1993; 332 (1-2): 139-42.

Phosphorylation of the carboxyl-terminal domain of the zeta 1 subunit is not responsible for potentiation by TPA of the NMDA receptor channel., Yamakura T, Mori H, Shimoji K, Mishina M., Biochem Biophys Res Commun. November 15, 1993; 196 (3): 1537-44.

Overexpression of a cellular retinoic acid binding protein (xCRABP) causes anteroposterior defects in developing Xenopus embryos., Dekker EJ, Vaessen MJ, van den Berg C, Timmermans A, Godsave S, Holling T, Nieuwkoop P, Geurts van Kessel A, Durston A., Development. April 1, 1994; 120 (4): 973-85.                

Membrane clustering and bungarotoxin binding by the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor: role of the beta subunit., Wheeler SV, Jane SD, Cross KM, Chad JE, Foreman RC., J Neurochem. November 1, 1994; 63 (5): 1891-9.

The role of vertical and planar signals during the early steps of neural induction., Grunz H, Schüren C, Richter K., Int J Dev Biol. June 1, 1995; 39 (3): 539-43.  

Bone morphogenetic protein 2 in the early development of Xenopus laevis., Clement JH, Fettes P, Knöchel S, Lef J, Knöchel W., Mech Dev. August 1, 1995; 52 (2-3): 357-70.            

Determinants of competitive antagonist sensitivity on neuronal nicotinic receptor beta subunits., Harvey SC, Luetje CW., J Neurosci. June 15, 1996; 16 (12): 3798-806.

Sensitivity of proneural genes to lateral inhibition affects the pattern of primary neurons in Xenopus embryos., Chitnis A, Kintner C., Development. July 1, 1996; 122 (7): 2295-301.      

Positive and negative signals modulate formation of the Xenopus cement gland., Bradley L, Wainstock D, Sive H., Development. September 1, 1996; 122 (9): 2739-50.        

Identification of neurogenin, a vertebrate neuronal determination gene., Ma Q, Kintner C, Anderson DJ., Cell. October 4, 1996; 87 (1): 43-52.                

A posteriorising factor, retinoic acid, reveals that anteroposterior patterning controls the timing of neuronal differentiation in Xenopus neuroectoderm., Papalopulu N, Kintner C., Development. November 1, 1996; 122 (11): 3409-18.            

X-MyT1, a Xenopus C2HC-type zinc finger protein with a regulatory function in neuronal differentiation., Bellefroid EJ, Bourguignon C, Hollemann T, Ma Q, Anderson DJ, Kintner C, Pieler T., Cell. December 27, 1996; 87 (7): 1191-202.              

A role for Xenopus Gli-type zinc finger proteins in the early embryonic patterning of mesoderm and neuroectoderm., Marine JC, Bellefroid EJ, Pendeville H, Martial JA, Pieler T., Mech Dev. May 1, 1997; 63 (2): 211-25.              

XATH-1, a vertebrate homolog of Drosophila atonal, induces a neuronal differentiation within ectodermal progenitors., Kim P, Helms AW, Johnson JE, Zimmerman K., Dev Biol. July 1, 1997; 187 (1): 1-12.            

Gli1 is a target of Sonic hedgehog that induces ventral neural tube development., Lee J, Lee J, Platt KA, Censullo P, Ruiz i Altaba A., Development. July 1, 1997; 124 (13): 2537-52.                  

Kuzbanian controls proteolytic processing of Notch and mediates lateral inhibition during Drosophila and vertebrate neurogenesis., Pan D, Rubin GM., Cell. July 25, 1997; 90 (2): 271-80.  

Mouse Dll3: a novel divergent Delta gene which may complement the function of other Delta homologues during early pattern formation in the mouse embryo., Dunwoodie SL, Henrique D, Harrison SM, Beddington RS., Development. August 1, 1997; 124 (16): 3065-76.    

Relax promotes ectopic neuronal differentiation in Xenopus embryos., Ravassard P, Vallin J, Mallet J, Icard-Liepkalns C., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. August 5, 1997; 94 (16): 8602-5.      

Retinoic acid can block differentiation of the myocardium after heart specification., Drysdale TA, Patterson KD, Saha M, Krieg PA., Dev Biol. August 15, 1997; 188 (2): 205-15.          

Sizzled: a secreted Xwnt8 antagonist expressed in the ventral marginal zone of Xenopus embryos., Salic AN, Kroll KL, Evans LM, Kirschner MW., Development. December 1, 1997; 124 (23): 4739-48.              

Differential expression of nucleoside diphosphate kinases (NDPK/NM23) during Xenopus early development., Ouatas T, Sélo M, Sadji Z, Hourdry J, Denis H, Mazabraud A., Int J Dev Biol. January 1, 1998; 42 (1): 43-52.              

The role of F-cadherin in localizing cells during neural tube formation in Xenopus embryos., Espeseth A, Marnellos G, Kintner C., Development. January 1, 1998; 125 (2): 301-12.                    

Xiro3 encodes a Xenopus homolog of the Drosophila Iroquois genes and functions in neural specification., Bellefroid EJ, Kobbe A, Gruss P, Pieler T, Gurdon JB, Papalopulu N., EMBO J. January 2, 1998; 17 (1): 191-203.            

Paraxial-fated mesoderm is required for neural crest induction in Xenopus embryos., Bonstein L, Elias S, Frank D., Dev Biol. January 15, 1998; 193 (2): 156-68.            

Xenopus Zic-related-1 and Sox-2, two factors induced by chordin, have distinct activities in the initiation of neural induction., Mizuseki K, Kishi M, Matsui M, Nakanishi S, Sasai Y., Development. February 1, 1998; 125 (4): 579-87.              

XCoe2, a transcription factor of the Col/Olf-1/EBF family involved in the specification of primary neurons in Xenopus., Dubois L, Bally-Cuif L, Crozatier M, Moreau J, Paquereau L, Vincent A., Curr Biol. February 12, 1998; 8 (4): 199-209.              

Thylacine 1 is expressed segmentally within the paraxial mesoderm of the Xenopus embryo and interacts with the Notch pathway., Sparrow DB, Jen WC, Kotecha S, Towers N, Kintner C, Mohun TJ., Development. June 1, 1998; 125 (11): 2041-51.                  

Glycosylation within the cysteine loop and six residues near conserved Cys192/Cys193 are determinants of neuronal bungarotoxin sensitivity on the neuronal nicotinic receptor alpha3 subunit., Luetje CW, Maddox FN, Harvey SC., Mol Pharmacol. June 1, 1998; 53 (6): 1112-9.

Xenopus eomesodermin is expressed in neural differentiation., Ryan K, Butler K, Bellefroid E, Gurdon JB., Mech Dev. July 1, 1998; 75 (1-2): 155-8.    

Hedgehog family member is expressed throughout regenerating and developing limbs., Stark DR, Gates PB, Brockes JP, Ferretti P., Dev Dyn. July 1, 1998; 212 (3): 352-63.    

Geminin, a neuralizing molecule that demarcates the future neural plate at the onset of gastrulation., Kroll KL, Salic AN, Evans LM, Kirschner MW., Development. August 1, 1998; 125 (16): 3247-58.                

The expression of XIF3 in undifferentiated anterior neuroectoderm, but not in primary neurons, is induced by the neuralizing agent noggin., Goldstone K, Sharpe CR., Int J Dev Biol. September 1, 1998; 42 (6): 757-62.          

Properties of ectopic neurons induced by Xenopus neurogenin1 misexpression., Olson EC, Schinder AF, Dantzker JL, Marcus EA, Spitzer NC, Harris WA., Mol Cell Neurosci. November 1, 1998; 12 (4-5): 281-99.

Vertebrate tinman homologues XNkx2-3 and XNkx2-5 are required for heart formation in a functionally redundant manner., Fu Y, Yan W, Mohun TJ, Evans SM., Development. November 1, 1998; 125 (22): 4439-49.            

XBF-1, a winged helix transcription factor with dual activity, has a role in positioning neurogenesis in Xenopus competent ectoderm., Bourguignon C, Li J, Papalopulu N., Development. December 1, 1998; 125 (24): 4889-900.                  

Math5 encodes a murine basic helix-loop-helix transcription factor expressed during early stages of retinal neurogenesis., Brown NL, Kanekar S, Vetter ML, Tucker PK, Gemza DL, Glaser T., Development. December 1, 1998; 125 (23): 4821-33.    

The neurotransmitter noradrenaline drives noggin-expressing ectoderm cells to activate N-tubulin and become neurons., Messenger NJ, Rowe SJ, Warner AE., Dev Biol. January 15, 1999; 205 (2): 224-32.              

Gli proteins encode context-dependent positive and negative functions: implications for development and disease., Ruiz i Altaba A., Development. June 1, 1999; 126 (14): 3205-16.                

Misexpression of the RNA-binding protein ELRB in Xenopus presumptive neurectoderm induces proliferation arrest and programmed cell death., Perron M, Furrer MP, Wegnez M, Théodore L., Int J Dev Biol. July 1, 1999; 43 (4): 295-303.

Expression of Pax-3 in the lateral neural plate is dependent on a Wnt-mediated signal from posterior nonaxial mesoderm., Bang AG, Papalopulu N, Goulding MD, Kintner C., Dev Biol. August 15, 1999; 212 (2): 366-80.          

Neural tube closure in Xenopus laevis involves medial migration, directed protrusive activity, cell intercalation and convergent extension., Davidson LA, Keller RE., Development. October 1, 1999; 126 (20): 4547-56.              

Functional association of retinoic acid and hedgehog signaling in Xenopus primary neurogenesis., Franco PG, Paganelli AR, López SL, Carrasco AE., Development. October 1, 1999; 126 (19): 4257-65.          

A gene trap approach in Xenopus., Bronchain OJ, Hartley KO, Amaya E., Curr Biol. October 21, 1999; 9 (20): 1195-8.        

Neuralization of the Xenopus embryo by inhibition of p300/ CREB-binding protein function., Kato Y, Shi Y, Shi Y, He X., J Neurosci. November 1, 1999; 19 (21): 9364-73.          

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