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Development of the Xenopus pronephric system., Vize PD, Jones EA, Pfister R., Dev Biol. October 1, 1995; 171 (2): 531-40.              


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Xenopus Ssbp2 is required for embryonic pronephros morphogenesis and terminal differentiation., Cervino AS, Collodel MG, Lopez IA, Roa C, Hochbaum D, Hukriede NA, Cirio MC., Sci Rep. October 4, 2023; 13 (1): 16671.                                          


The enpp4 ectonucleotidase regulates kidney patterning signalling networks in Xenopus embryos., Massé K, Bhamra S, Paroissin C, Maneta-Peyret L, Boué-Grabot E, Jones EA., Commun Biol. October 7, 2021; 4 (1): 1158.                                


DYRK1A-related intellectual disability: a syndrome associated with congenital anomalies of the kidney and urinary tract., Blackburn ATM, Bekheirnia N, Uma VC, Corkins ME, Xu Y, Xu Y, Rosenfeld JA, Bainbridge MN, Yang Y, Liu P, Madan-Khetarpal S, Delgado MR, Hudgins L, Krantz I, Rodriguez-Buritica D, Wheeler PG, Al-Gazali L, Mohamed Saeed Mohamed Al Shamsi A, Gomez-Ospina N, Chao HT, Mirzaa GM, Scheuerle AE, Kukolich MK, Scaglia F, Eng C, Willsey HR, Braun MC, Lamb DJ, Miller RK, Bekheirnia MR., Genet Med. December 1, 2019; 21 (12): 2755-2764.            


Characterization of Xenopus laevis guanine deaminase reveals new insights for its expression and function in the embryonic kidney., Slater PG, Cammarata GM, Monahan C, Bowers JT, Yan O, Lee S, Lowery LA., Dev Dyn. April 1, 2019; 248 (4): 296-305.        


Leukemia inhibitory factor signaling in Xenopus embryo: Insights from gain of function analysis and dominant negative mutant of the receptor., Jalvy S, Veschambre P, Fédou S, Rezvani HR, Thézé N, Thiébaud P., Dev Biol. March 15, 2019; 447 (2): 200-213.                                  


Dynamin Binding Protein Is Required for Xenopus laevis Kidney Development., DeLay BD, Baldwin TA, Miller RK., Front Physiol. January 1, 2019; 10 143.                                


The Lhx1-Ldb1 complex interacts with Furry to regulate microRNA expression during pronephric kidney development., Espiritu EB, Crunk AE, Bais A, Hochbaum D, Cervino AS, Phua YL, Butterworth MB, Goto T, Ho J, Hukriede NA, Cirio MC., Sci Rep. October 30, 2018; 8 (1): 16029.                                      


Tissue-Specific Gene Inactivation in Xenopus laevis: Knockout of lhx1 in the Kidney with CRISPR/Cas9., DeLay BD, Corkins ME, Hanania HL, Salanga M, Deng JM, Sudou N, Taira M, Horb ME, Miller RK., Genetics. February 1, 2018; 208 (2): 673-686.                        


Peroxiredoxin1, a novel regulator of pronephros development, influences retinoic acid and Wnt signaling by controlling ROS levels., Chae S, Lee HK, Lee HK, Kim YK, Jung Sim H, Ji Y, Kim C, Ismail T, Park JW, Kwon OS, Kang BS, Lee DS, Bae JS, Kim SH, Min KJ, Kyu Kwon T, Park MJ, Han JK, Kwon T, Park TJ, Lee HS, Lee HS., Sci Rep. August 21, 2017; 7 (1): 8874.                    


Technique to Target Microinjection to the Developing Xenopus Kidney., DeLay BD, Krneta-Stankic V, Miller RK., J Vis Exp. May 3, 2016; (111):


Pax8 and Pax2 are specifically required at different steps of Xenopus pronephros development., Buisson I, Le Bouffant R, Futel M, Riou JF, Umbhauer M., Dev Biol. January 15, 2015; 397 (2): 175-90.                            


Heat shock 70-kDa protein 5 (Hspa5) is essential for pronephros formation by mediating retinoic acid signaling., Shi W, Xu G, Wang C, Wang C, Wang C, Sperber SM, Chen Y, Chen Y, Zhou Q, Deng Y, Zhao H., J Biol Chem. January 2, 2015; 290 (1): 577-89.                        


Sterol carrier protein 2 regulates proximal tubule size in the Xenopus pronephric kidney by modulating lipid rafts., Cerqueira DM, Tran U, Romaker D, Abreu JG, Wessely O., Dev Biol. October 1, 2014; 394 (1): 54-64.                                          


MicroRNAs are critical regulators of tuberous sclerosis complex and mTORC1 activity in the size control of the Xenopus kidney., Romaker D, Kumar V, Cerqueira DM, Cox RM, Wessely O., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. April 29, 2014; 111 (17): 6335-40.                                                          


Pronephric tubulogenesis requires Daam1-mediated planar cell polarity signaling., Miller RK, Canny SG, Jang CW, Cho K, Ji H, Wagner DS, Jones EA, Habas R, McCrea PD., J Am Soc Nephrol. September 1, 2011; 22 (9): 1654-64.


Role of Tbx2 in defining the territory of the pronephric nephron., Cho GS, Choi SC, Park EC, Han JK., Development. February 1, 2011; 138 (3): 465-74.                        


The nephrogenic potential of the transcription factors osr1, osr2, hnf1b, lhx1 and pax8 assessed in Xenopus animal caps., Drews C, Senkel S, Ryffel GU., BMC Dev Biol. January 31, 2011; 11 5.              


Inversin relays Frizzled-8 signals to promote proximal pronephros development., Lienkamp S, Ganner A, Boehlke C, Schmidt T, Arnold SJ, Schäfer T, Romaker D, Schuler J, Hoff S, Powelske C, Eifler A, Krönig C, Bullerkotte A, Nitschke R, Kuehn EW, Kim E, Burkhardt H, Brox T, Ronneberger O, Gloy J, Walz G., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. November 23, 2010; 107 (47): 20388-93.                          


Normal levels of p27 are necessary for somite segmentation and determining pronephric organ size., Naylor RW, Collins RJ, Philpott A, Jones EA., Organogenesis. October 1, 2009; 5 (4): 201-10.                                          


An increase in intracellular Ca2+ is involved in pronephric tubule differentiation in the amphibian Xenopus laevis., Leclerc C, Webb SE, Miller AL, Miller AL, Moreau M., Dev Biol. September 15, 2008; 321 (2): 357-67.        


A functional screen for genes involved in Xenopus pronephros development., Kyuno J, Massé K, Jones EA., Mech Dev. July 1, 2008; 125 (7): 571-86.                                                                                      


Odd-skipped genes encode repressors that control kidney development., Tena JJ, Neto A, de la Calle-Mustienes E, Bras-Pereira C, Casares F, Gómez-Skarmeta JL., Dev Biol. January 15, 2007; 301 (2): 518-31.          


The role of XTRAP-gamma in Xenopus pronephros development., Li DH, Chan T, Satow R, Komazaki S, Hashizume K, Asashima M., Int J Dev Biol. January 1, 2005; 49 (4): 401-8.            


The HNF1beta transcription factor has several domains involved in nephrogenesis and partially rescues Pax8/lim1-induced kidney malformations., Wu G, Bohn S, Ryffel GU., Eur J Biochem. September 1, 2004; 271 (18): 3715-28.


Revisions to the Xenopus gastrula fate map: implications for mesoderm induction and patterning., Kumano G, Smith WC., Dev Dyn. December 1, 2002; 225 (4): 409-21.


In vitro induction of the pronephric duct in Xenopus explants., Osafune K, Nishinakamura R, Komazaki S, Asashima M., Dev Growth Differ. April 1, 2002; 44 (2): 161-7.      


The mutated human gene encoding hepatocyte nuclear factor 1beta inhibits kidney formation in developing Xenopus embryos., Wild W, Pogge von Strandmann E, Nastos A, Senkel S, Lingott-Frieg A, Bulman M, Bingham C, Ellard S, Hattersley AT, Ryffel GU., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. April 25, 2000; 97 (9): 4695-700.            


Molecular regulation of pronephric development., Carroll T, Wallingford J, Seufert D, Vize PD., Curr Top Dev Biol. January 1, 1999; 44 67-100.    


Precocious expression of the Wilms' tumor gene xWT1 inhibits embryonic kidney development in Xenopus laevis., Wallingford JB, Carroll TJ, Vize PD., Dev Biol. October 1, 1998; 202 (1): 103-12.          


Mesoderm and endoderm differentiation in animal cap explants: identification of the HNF4-binding site as an activin A responsive element in the Xenopus HNF1alpha promoter., Weber H, Holewa B, Jones EA, Ryffel GU., Development. June 1, 1996; 122 (6): 1975-84.              

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