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In vitro modeling of cranial placode differentiation: Recent advances, challenges, and perspectives., Griffin C., Dev Biol. February 1, 2024; 506 20-30.

Microtubule-associated protein tau promotes neuronal class II β-tubulin microtubule formation and axon elongation in embryonic Xenopus laevis., Liu Y., Eur J Neurosci. May 1, 2015; 41 (10): 1263-75.            

Microarray identification of novel genes downstream of Six1, a critical factor in cranial placode, somite, and kidney development., Yan B., Dev Dyn. February 1, 2015; 244 (2): 181-210.                          

Methylmercury exposure during early Xenopus laevis development affects cell proliferation and death but not neural progenitor specification., Huyck RW., Neurotoxicol Teratol. January 1, 2015; 47 102-13.                

Characterization of tweety gene (ttyh1-3) expression in Xenopus laevis during embryonic development., Halleran AD., Gene Expr Patterns. January 1, 2015; 17 (1): 38-44.                            

The Nedd4-binding protein 3 (N4BP3) is crucial for axonal and dendritic branching in developing neurons., Schmeisser MJ., Neural Dev. September 17, 2013; 8 18.                    

Expression of pluripotency factors in larval epithelia of the frog Xenopus: evidence for the presence of cornea epithelial stem cells., Perry KJ., Dev Biol. February 15, 2013; 374 (2): 281-94.                

EBF factors drive expression of multiple classes of target genes governing neuronal development., Green YS., Neural Dev. April 30, 2011; 6 19.                                                          

Cloning and characterization of GABAA α subunits and GABAB subunits in Xenopus laevis during development., Kaeser GE., Dev Dyn. April 1, 2011; 240 (4): 862-73.                                          

Myosin-X is required for cranial neural crest cell migration in Xenopus laevis., Hwang YS., Dev Dyn. October 1, 2009; 238 (10): 2522-9.      

Loss of the Sall3 gene leads to palate deficiency, abnormalities in cranial nerves, and perinatal lethality., Parrish M., Mol Cell Biol. August 1, 2004; 24 (16): 7102-12.

The vesicular glutamate transporter 1 (xVGlut1) is expressed in discrete regions of the developing Xenopus laevis nervous system., Gleason KK., Gene Expr Patterns. August 1, 2003; 3 (4): 503-7.      

A screen for co-factors of Six3., Tessmar K., Mech Dev. September 1, 2002; 117 (1-2): 103-13.                  

The secreted glycoprotein Noelin-1 promotes neurogenesis in Xenopus., Moreno TA., Dev Biol. December 15, 2001; 240 (2): 340-60.                  

Xenopus laevis peripherin (XIF3) is expressed in radial glia and proliferating neural epithelial cells as well as in neurons., Gervasi C., J Comp Neurol. July 31, 2000; 423 (3): 512-31.                      

Enhancing effects of binary mixtures of acid with salt on the gustatory neural activity in the clawed toad, Xenopus laevis., Yamashita S., Brain Res Bull. January 1, 1997; 42 (5): 385-92.

Trophic effects of androgen: receptor expression and the survival of laryngeal motor neurons after axotomy., Pérez J., J Neurosci. November 1, 1996; 16 (21): 6625-33.              

Effects of intermediate filament disruption on the early development of the peripheral nervous system of Xenopus laevis., Lin W., Dev Biol. October 10, 1996; 179 (1): 197-211.            

Specificity of glossopharyngeal nerve responses to astringent compounds in Xenopus., Yamashita S., Chem Senses. August 1, 1996; 21 (4): 459-65.

Retinoic acid causes abnormal development and segmental patterning of the anterior hindbrain in Xenopus embryos., Papalopulu N., Development. December 1, 1991; 113 (4): 1145-58.                          

Sex differences in the motor nucleus of cranial nerve IX-X in Xenopus laevis: a quantitative Golgi study., Kelley DB., J Neurobiol. July 1, 1988; 19 (5): 413-29.

Development of substance P-like immunoreactivity in Xenopus embryos., Gallagher BC., J Comp Neurol. June 8, 1987; 260 (2): 175-85.

A possible role of the glomus cell in controlling vascular tone of the carotid labyrinth of Xenopus laevis., Kusakabe T., Tohoku J Exp Med. April 1, 1987; 151 (4): 395-408.

Origin and identification of fibers in the cranial nerve IX-X complex of Xenopus laevis: Lucifer Yellow backfills in vitro., Simpson HB., J Comp Neurol. February 22, 1986; 244 (4): 430-44.

[Glomus cell in controlling vascular tone of the carotid labyrinth (Xenopus laevis)]., Kusakabe T., Nihon Seirigaku Zasshi. January 1, 1984; 46 (10): 623-33.

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