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Dioxin Disrupts Thyroid Hormone and Glucocorticoid Induction of klf9, a Master Regulator of Frog Metamorphosis., Han DT, Zhao W, Powell WH., Toxicol Sci. April 26, 2022; 187 (1): 150-161.

An aryl hydrocarbon receptor from the caecilian Gymnopis multiplicata suggests low dioxin affinity in the ancestor of all three amphibian orders., Kazzaz SA, Giani Tagliabue S, Franks DG, Denison MS, Hahn ME, Bonati L, Powell WH., Gen Comp Endocrinol. December 1, 2020; 299 113592.            

Dioxin Exposure Alters Molecular and Morphological Responses to Thyroid Hormone in Xenopus laevis Cultured Cells and Prometamorphic Tadpoles., Taft JD, Colonnetta MM, Schafer RE, Plick N, Powell WH., Toxicol Sci. January 1, 2018; 161 (1): 196-206.

Similarity in gene-regulatory networks suggests that cancer cells share characteristics of embryonic neural cells., Zhang Z, Lei A, Xu L, Chen L, Chen Y, Chen Y, Zhang X, Gao Y, Yang X, Zhang M, Cao Y, Cao Y., J Biol Chem. August 4, 2017; 292 (31): 12842-12859.        

Subfunctionalization of Paralogous Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptors from the Frog Xenopus Laevis: Distinct Target Genes and Differential Responses to Specific Agonists in a Single Cell Type., Freeburg SH, Engelbrecht E, Powell WH., Toxicol Sci. February 1, 2017; 155 (2): 337-347.

The aryl hydrocarbon receptor controls cyclin O to promote epithelial multiciliogenesis., Villa M, Crotta S, Dingwell KS, Hirst EM, Gialitakis M, Ahlfors H, Smith JC, Stockinger B, Wack A., Nat Commun. August 24, 2016; 7 12652.            

An Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor from the Salamander Ambystoma mexicanum Exhibits Low Sensitivity to 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin., Shoots J, Fraccalvieri D, Franks DG, Denison MS, Hahn ME, Bonati L, Powell WH., Environ Sci Technol. June 2, 2015; 49 (11): 6993-7001.

Specific ligand binding domain residues confer low dioxin responsiveness to AHR1β of Xenopus laevis., Odio C, Holzman SA, Denison MS, Fraccalvieri D, Bonati L, Franks DG, Hahn ME, Powell WH., Biochemistry. March 12, 2013; 52 (10): 1746-54.

Agr genes, missing in amniotes, are involved in the body appendages regeneration in frog tadpoles., Ivanova AS, Tereshina MB, Ermakova GV, Belousov VV, Zaraisky AG., Sci Rep. January 1, 2013; 3 1279.          

Induction of cytochrome P450 family 1 mRNAs and activities in a cell line from the frog Xenopus laevis., Iwamoto DV, Kurylo CM, Schorling KM, Powell WH., Aquat Toxicol. June 15, 2012; 114-115 165-72.

New CYP1 genes in the frog Xenopus (Silurana) tropicalis: induction patterns and effects of AHR agonists during development., Jönsson ME, Berg C, Goldstone JV, Stegeman JJ., Toxicol Appl Pharmacol. January 15, 2011; 250 (2): 170-83.

Responsiveness of a Xenopus laevis cell line to the aryl hydrocarbon receptor ligands 6-formylindolo[3,2-b]carbazole (FICZ) and 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD)., Laub LB, Jones BD, Powell WH., Chem Biol Interact. January 5, 2010; 183 (1): 202-11.

Effects of TCDD on spermatogenesis related factor-2 (SRF-2): gene expression in Xenopus., Rossi F, Bernardini G, Bonfanti P, Colombo A, Prati M, Gornati R., Toxicol Lett. December 15, 2009; 191 (2-3): 189-94.

An aryl hydrocarbon receptor repressor from Xenopus laevis: function, expression, and role in dioxin responsiveness during frog development., Zimmermann AL, King EA, Dengler E, Scogin SR, Powell WH., Toxicol Sci. July 1, 2008; 104 (1): 124-34.

Cytochrome P450 1 genes in early deuterostomes (tunicates and sea urchins) and vertebrates (chicken and frog): origin and diversification of the CYP1 gene family., Goldstone JV, Goldstone HM, Morrison AM, Tarrant A, Kern SE, Woodin BR, Stegeman JJ., Mol Biol Evol. December 1, 2007; 24 (12): 2619-31.

Developmental differences in elimination of 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD) during Xenopus laevis development., Philips BH, Susman TC, Powell WH., Mar Environ Res. July 1, 2006; 62 Suppl S34-7.

The implications of low-affinity AhR for TCDD insensitivity in frogs., Elskus AA., Toxicol Sci. November 1, 2005; 88 (1): 1-3.

Aryl hydrocarbon receptors in the frog Xenopus laevis: two AhR1 paralogs exhibit low affinity for 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD)., Lavine JA, Rowatt AJ, Klimova T, Whitington AJ, Dengler E, Beck C, Powell WH., Toxicol Sci. November 1, 2005; 88 (1): 60-72.

Evolutionary selection across the nuclear hormone receptor superfamily with a focus on the NR1I subfamily (vitamin D, pregnane X, and constitutive androstane receptors)., Krasowski MD, Yasuda K, Hagey LR, Schuetz EG., Nucl Recept. September 30, 2005; 3 2.                

ARNT gene multiplicity in amphibians: characterization of ARNT2 from the frog Xenopus laevis., Rowatt AJ, DePowell JJ, Powell WH., J Exp Zool B Mol Dev Evol. December 15, 2003; 300 (1): 48-57.

Molecular cloning and expression analysis of the aryl hydrocarbon receptor of Xenopus laevis., Ohi H, Fujita Y, Miyao M, Saguchi K, Murayama N, Higuchi S., Biochem Biophys Res Commun. August 1, 2003; 307 (3): 595-9.        

Differential modulation of cytochrome P-450 1A and P-glycoprotein expression by aryl hydrocarbon receptor agonists and thyroid hormone in Xenopus laevis liver and intestine., Colombo A, Bonfanti P, Orsi F, Camatini M., Aquat Toxicol. April 10, 2003; 63 (2): 173-86.

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