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    1. Krull, CE; Krumlauf, R
      Building from the bottom up

      NATURE CELL BIOLOGY
    2. Inoue, T; Krumlauf, R
      An impulse to the brain - using in vivo electroporation

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Trainor, PA; Krumlauf, R
      Hox genes, neural crest cells and branchial arch patterning

      CURRENT OPINION IN CELL BIOLOGY
    4. Manzanares, M; Bel-Vialar, S; Ariza-McNaughton, L; Ferretti, E; Marshall, H; Maconochie, MM; Blasi, F; Krumlauf, R
      Independent regulation of initiation and maintenance phases of Hoxa3 expression in the vertebrate hindbrain involve auto- and cross-regulatory mechanisms

      DEVELOPMENT
    5. Gavalas, A; Trainor, P; Ariza-McNaughton, L; Krumlauf, R
      Synergy between Hoxa1 and Hoxb1: the relationship between arch patterning and the generation of cranial neural crest

      DEVELOPMENT
    6. Kusumi, K; Dunwoodie, SL; Krumlauf, R
      Dynamic expression patterns of the pudgy/spondylocostal dysostosis gene Dll3 in the developing nervous system

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    7. Di Rocco, G; Gavalas, A; Popperl, H; Krumlauf, R; Mavilio, F; Zappavigna, V
      The recruitment of SOX/OCT complexes and the differential activity of HOXA1 and HOXB1 modulate the Hoxb1 auto-regulatory enhancer function

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    8. Domingos, PM; Itasaki, N; Jones, CM; Mercurio, S; Sargent, MG; Smith, JC; Krumlauf, R
      The Wnt/beta-catenin pathway posteriorizes neural tissue in Xenopus by an indirect mechanism requiring FGF signalling

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    9. Maconochie, MK; Nonchev, S; Manzanares, M; Marshall, H; Krumlauf, R
      Differences in Krox20-dependent regulation of Hoxa2 and Hoxb2 during hindbrain development

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    10. Kwan, CT; Tsang, SL; Krumlauf, R; Sham, MH
      Regulatory analysis of the mouse Hoxb3 gene: Multiple elements work in concert to direct temporal and spatial patterns of expression

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    11. Trainor, PA; Krumlauf, R
      Patterning the cranial neural crest: Hindbrain segmentation and Hox gene plasticity

      NATURE REVIEWS NEUROSCIENCE
    12. Trainor, P; Krumlauf, R
      Plasticity in mouse neural crest cells reveals a new patterning role for cranial mesoderm

      NATURE CELL BIOLOGY
    13. Golding, JP; Trainor, P; Krumlauf, R; Gassmann, M
      Defects in pathfinding by cranial neural crest cells in mice lacking the neuregulin receptor ErbB4

      NATURE CELL BIOLOGY
    14. Bulman, MP; Kusumi, K; Frayling, TM; McKeown, C; Garrett, C; Lander, ES; Krumlauf, R; Hattersley, AT; Ellard, S; Turnpenny, PD
      Mutations in the human Delta homologue, DLL3, cause axial skeletal defectsin spondylocostal dysostosis

      NATURE GENETICS
    15. Gavalas, A; Krumlauf, R
      Retinoid signalling and hindbrain patterning

      CURRENT OPINION IN GENETICS & DEVELOPMENT
    16. Ferretti, E; Marshall, H; Popperl, H; Maconochie, M; Krumlauf, R; Blasi, F
      Segmental expression of Hoxb2 in r4 requires two separate sites that integrate cooperative interactions between Prep1, Pbx and Hox proteins

      DEVELOPMENT
    17. Manzanares, M; Trainor, PA; Ariza-McNaughton, L; Nonchev, S; Krumlauf, R
      Dorsal patterning defects in the hindbrain, roof plate and skeleton in thedreher (dr(J)) mouse mutant

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    18. Kmita, M; van der Hoeven, F; Zakany, J; Krumlauf, R; Duboule, D
      Mechanisms of Hox gene colinearity: transposition of the anterior Hoxb1 gene into the posterior HoxD complex

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    19. Manzanares, M; Wada, H; Itasaki, N; Trainor, PA; Krumlauf, R; Holland, PWH
      Conservation and elaboration of Hox gene regulation during evolution of the vertebrate head

      NATURE
    20. Manzanares, M; Krumlauf, R
      Developmental biology - Raising the roof

      NATURE
    21. Trainor, PA; Manzanares, M; Krumlauf, R
      Genetic interactions during hindbrain segmentation in the mouse embryo

      MOUSE BRAIN DEVELOPMENT
    22. Itasaki, N; Bel-Vialar, S; Krumlauf, R
      'Shocking' developments in chick embryology: electroporation and in ovo gene expression

      NATURE CELL BIOLOGY
    23. Sharpe, J; Lettice, L; Hecksher-Sorensen, J; Fox, M; Hill, R; Krumlauf, R
      Identification of Sonic hedgehog as a candidate gene responsible for the polydactylous mouse mutant Sasquatch

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    24. Maconochie, M; Krishnamurthy, R; Nonchev, S; Meier, P; Manzanares, M; Mitchell, PJ; Krumlauf, R
      Regulation of Hoxa2 in cranial neural crest cells involves members of the AP-2 family

      DEVELOPMENT
    25. Manzanares, M; Cordes, S; Ariza-McNaughton, L; Sadl, V; Maruthainar, K; Barsh, G; Krumlauf, R
      Conserved and distinct roles of kreisler in regulation of the paralogous Hoxa3 and Hoxb3 genes

      DEVELOPMENT
    26. Locascio, A; Aniello, F; Amoroso, A; Manzanares, M; Krumlauf, R; Branno, M
      Patterning the ascidian nervous system: structure, expression and transgenic analysis of the CiHox3 gene

      DEVELOPMENT
    27. Davenne, M; Maconochie, MK; Neun, R; Pattyn, A; Chambon, P; Krumlauf, R; Rijli, FM
      Hoxa2 and Hoxb2 control dorsoventral patterns of neuronal development in the rostral hindbrain

      NEURON
    28. Manzanares, M; Trainor, PA; Nonchev, S; Ariza-McNaughton, L; Brodie, J; Gould, A; Marshall, H; Morrison, A; Kwan, CT; Sham, MH; Wilkinson, DG; Krumlauf, R
      The role of kreisler in segmentation during hindbrain development

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    29. STUDER M; GAVALAS A; MARSHALL H; ARIZAMCNAUGHTON L; RIJLI FM; CHAMBON P; KRUMLAUF R
      GENETIC INTERACTIONS BETWEEN HOXA1 AND HOXB1 REVEAL NEW ROLES IN REGULATION OF EARLY HINDBRAIN PATTERNING

      Development
    30. GAVALAS A; STUDER M; LUMSDEN A; RIJLI FM; KRUMLAUF R; CHAMBON P
      HOXA1 AND HOXB1 SYNERGIZE IN PATTERNING THE HINDBRAIN, CRANIAL NERVESAND 2ND PHARYNGEAL ARCH

      Development
    31. GOULD A; ITASAKI N; KRUMLAUF R
      INITIATION OF RHOMBOMERIC HOXBL4 EXPRESSION REQUIRES INDUCTION BY SOMITES AND A RETINOID PATHWAY

      Neuron (Cambridge, Mass.)
    32. SHARPE J; NONCHEV S; GOULD A; WHITING J; KRUMLAUF R
      SELECTIVITY, SHARING AND COMPETITIVE INTERACTIONS IN THE REGULATION OF HOXB GENES

      EMBO journal
    33. APARICIO S; HAWKER K; COTTAGE A; MIKAWA Y; ZUO L; VENKATESH B; CHEN E; KRUMLAUF R; BRENNER S
      ORGANIZATION OF THE FUGU-RUBRIPES HOX CLUSTERS - EVIDENCE FOR CONTINUING EVOLUTION OF VERTEBRATE HOX COMPLEXES

      Nature genetics
    34. MORRISON A; ARIZAMCNAUGHTON L; GOULD A; FEATHERSTONE M; KRUMLAUF R
      HOXD4 AND REGULATION OF THE GROUP-4 PARALOG GENES

      Development
    35. POPPERL H; SCHMIDT C; WILSON V; HUME CR; DODD J; KRUMLAUF R; BEDDINGTON RSP
      MISEXPRESSION OF CWNT8C IN THE MOUSE INDUCES AN ECTOPIC EMBRYONIC AXIS AND CAUSES A TRUNCATION OF THE ANTERIOR NEUROECTODERM

      Development
    36. NITTENBERG R; PATEL K; JOSHI Y; KRUMLAUF R; WILKINSON DG; BRICKELL PM; TICKLE C; CLARKE JDW
      CELL MOVEMENTS, NEURONAL ORGANIZATION AND GENE-EXPRESSION IN HINDBRAINS LACKING MORPHOLOGICAL BOUNDARIES

      Development
    37. CHAN SK; RYOO HD; GOULD A; KRUMLAUF R; MANN RS
      SWITCHING THE IN-VIVO SPECIFICITY OF A MINIMAL HOX-RESPONSIVE ELEMENT

      Development
    38. ZHANG F; POPPERL H; MORRISON A; KOVACS EN; PRIDEAUX V; SCHWARZ L; KRUMLAUF R; ROSSANT J; FEATHERSTONE MS
      BOTH 5'-ELEMENTS AND 3'-ELEMENTS TO THE MURINE HOXD4 GENE ESTABLISH ANTERIOR BORDERS OF EXPRESSION IN MESODERM AND NEURECTODERM

      Mechanisms of development
    39. GOULD A; MORRISON A; SPROAT G; WHITE RAH; KRUMLAUF R
      POSITIVE CROSS-REGULATION AND ENHANCER SHARING - 2 MECHANISMS FOR SPECIFYING OVERLAPPING HOX EXPRESSION PATTERNS

      Genes & development
    40. MACONOCHIE MK; NONCHEV S; STUDER M; CHAN SK; POPPERL H; SHAM MH; MANN RS; KRUMLAUF R
      CROSS-REGULATION IN THE MOUSE HOXB COMPLEX - THE EXPRESSION OF HOXB2 IN RHOMBOMERE-4 IS REGULATED BY HOXB1

      Genes & development
    41. THOMAS P; BRICKMAN JM; POPPERL H; KRUMLAUF R; BEDDINGTON RSP
      AXIS DUPLICATION AND ANTERIOR IDENTITY IN THE MOUSE EMBRYO

      Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology
    42. NONCHEV S; MACONOCHIE M; GOULD A; MORRISON A; KRUMLAUF R
      CROSS-REGULATORY INTERACTIONS BETWEEN HOX GENES AND THE CONTROL OF SEGMENTAL EXPRESSION IN THE VERTEBRATE CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology
    43. MANZANARES M; CORDES S; KWAN CT; SHAM MH; BARSH GS; KRUMLAUF R
      SEGMENTAL REGULATION OF HOXB-3 BY KREISLER

      Nature
    44. COHN MJ; PATEL K; KRUMLAUF R; WILKINSON DG; CLARKE JDW; TICKLE C
      HOX9 GENES AND VERTEBRATE LIMB SPECIFICATION

      Nature
    45. KRUMLAUF R; MANZANARES M; NONCHEV S; MACONOCHIE M; GOULD A; MORRISON A; POPPERL H; STUDER M; CORDES S; BARSH G
      CONSERVED MECHANISMS IN THE REGULATION OF HINDBRAIN SEGMENTATION IN VERTEBRATES

      Journal of neurochemistry
    46. THOMAS P; POPPERL H; SCHMIDT C; WILSON V; KRUMLAUF R; BEDDINGTON RSP
      ESTABLISHING THE ANTEROPOSTERIOR AXIS IN THE MOUSE EMBRYO

      Developmental biology
    47. KRUMLAUF R; MANZANARES M; NONCHEV S; MACONOCHIE M; GOULD A; MORRISON A; POPPERL H; STUDER M; CORDES S; BARSH G
      REGULATION OF HINDBRAIN SEGMENTATION

      Developmental biology
    48. MORRISON A; MORONI MC; ARIZAMCNAUGHTON L; KRUMLAUF R; MAVILIO F
      IN-VITRO AND TRANSGENIC ANALYSIS OF A HUMAN HOXD4 RETINOID-RESPONSIVEENHANCER

      Development
    49. SALDIVAR JR; KRULL CE; KRUMLAUF R; ARIZAMCNAUGHTON L; BRONNERFRASER M
      RHOMBOMERE OF ORIGIN DETERMINES AUTONOMOUS VERSUS ENVIRONMENTALLY REGULATED EXPRESSION OF HOXA3 IN THE AVIAN EMBRYO

      Development
    50. NONCHEV S; VESQUE C; MACONOCHIE M; SEITANIDOU T; ARIZAMCNAUGHTON L; FRAIN M; MARSHALL H; SHAM MH; KRUMLAUF R; CHARNAY P
      SEGMENTAL EXPRESSION OF HOXA-2 IN THE HINDBRAIN IS DIRECTLY REGULATEDBY KROX-20

      Development
    51. ITASAKI N; SHARPE J; MORRISON A; KRUMLAUF R
      REPROGRAMMING HOX EXPRESSION IN THE VERTEBRATE HINDBRAIN - INFLUENCE OF PARAXIAL MESODERM AND RHOMBOMERE TRANSPOSITION

      Neuron
    52. MARSHALL H; MORRISON A; STUDER M; POPPERL H; KRUMLAUF R
      RETINOIDS AND HOX GENES

      The FASEB journal
    53. VESQUE C; MACONOCHIE M; NONCHEV S; ARIZAMCNAUGHTON L; KUROIWA A; CHARNAY P; KRUMLAUF R
      HOXB-2 TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION IN RHOMBOMERE-3 AND RHOMBOMERE-5 REQUIRES AN EVOLUTIONARILY CONSERVED CIS-ACTING ELEMENT IN ADDITION TO THE KROX-20 BINDING-SITE (VOL 15, PG 5383, 1996)

      EMBO journal
    54. VESQUE C; MACONOCHIE M; NONCHEV S; ARIZAMCNAUGHTON L; KUROIWA A; CHARNAY P; KRUMLAUF R
      HOXB-2 TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATION IN RHOMBOMERE-3 AND RHOMBOMERE-5 REQUIRES AN EVOLUTIONARILY CONSERVED CIS-ACTING ELEMENT IN ADDITION TO THE KROX-20 BINDING-SITE

      EMBO journal
    55. CHAN SK; POPPERL H; KRUMLAUF R; MANN RS
      AN EXTRADENTICLE-INDUCED CONFORMATIONAL CHANGE IN A HOX PROTEIN OVERCOMES AN INHIBITORY FUNCTION OF THE CONSERVED HEXAPEPTIDE MOTIF

      EMBO journal
    56. MACONOCHIE M; NONCHEV S; MORRISON A; KRUMLAUF R
      PARALOGOUS HOX GENES - FUNCTION AND REGULATION

      Annual review of genetics
    57. LUMSDEN A; KRUMLAUF R
      PATTERNING THE VERTEBRATE NEURAXIS

      Science
    58. STUDER M; LUMSDEN A; ARIZAMCNAUGHTON L; BRADLEY A; KRUMLAUF R
      ALTERED SEGMENTAL IDENTITY AND ABNORMAL MIGRATION OF MOTOR-NEURONS INMICE LACKING HOXB-1

      Nature
    59. MORGAN BA; CONLON FL; MANZANARES M; MILLAR JBA; KANUGA N; SHARPE J; KRUMLAUF R; SMITH JC; SEDGWICK SG
      TRANSPOSON TOOLS FOR RECOMBINANT-DNA MANIPULATION - CHARACTERIZATION OF TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATORS FROM YEAST, XENOPUS, AND MOUSE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    60. NONCHEV S; MACONOCHIE M; VESQUE C; APARICIO S; ARIZAMCNAUGHTON L; MANZANARES M; MARUTHAINAR K; KUROIWA A; BRENNER S; CHARNAY P; KRUMLAUF R
      THE CONSERVED ROLE OF KROX-20 IN DIRECTING HOX GENE-EXPRESSION DURINGVERTEBRATE HINDBRAIN SEGMENTATION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    61. KRUMLAUF R; TABIN CJ
      PATTERN-FORMATION AND DEVELOPMENTAL MECHANISMS - EDITORIAL OVERVIEW

      Current opinion in genetics & development
    62. GRAPINBOTTON A; BONNIN MA; MCNAUGHTON LA; KRUMLAUF R; LEDOUARIN NM
      PLASTICITY OF TRANSPOSED RHOMBOMERES - HOX GENE INDUCTION IS CORRELATED WITH PHENOTYPIC MODIFICATIONS

      Development
    63. MORRISON A; CHAUDHURI C; ARIZAMCNAUGHTON L; MUCHAMORE I; KUROIWA A; KRUMLAUF R
      COMPARATIVE-ANALYSIS OF CHICKEN HOXB-4 REGULATION IN TRANSGENIC MICE

      Mechanisms of development
    64. PEMBERTON KD; MARSHALL H; KRUMLAUF R; TUDDENHAM EGD; MCVEY JH
      MULTIPLE ENHANCERS MAY REGULATE TISSUE FACTOR (TF) EXPRESSION IN TRANSGENIC MICE

      Thrombosis and haemostasis
    65. CONNOLLY D; MCNAUGHTON LA; KRUMLAUF R; COOKE J
      IMPROVED IN-VITRO DEVELOPMENT OF THE CHICK-EMBRYO USING ROLLER-TUBE CULTURE

      Trends in genetics
    66. POPPERL H; BIENZ M; STUDER M; CHAN SK; APARICIO S; BRENNER S; MANN RS; KRUMLAUF R
      SEGMENTAL EXPRESSION OF HOXB-1 IS CONTROLLED BY A HIGHLY CONSERVED AUTOREGULATORY LOOP DEPENDENT UPON EXD PBX/

      Cell
    67. COOK M; GOULD A; BRAND N; DAVIES J; STRUTT P; SHAKNOVICH R; LICHT J; WAXMAN S; CHEN Z; GLUECKSOHNWAELSCH S; KRUMLAUF R; ZELENT A
      EXPRESSION OF THE ZINC-FINGER GENE PLZF AT RHOMBOMERE BOUNDARIES IN THE VERTEBRATE HINDBRAIN

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    68. APARICIO S; MORRISON A; GOULD A; GILTHORPE J; CHAUDHURI C; RIGBY P; KRUMLAUF R; BRENNER S
      DETECTING CONSERVED REGULATORY ELEMENTS WITH THE MODEL GENOME OF THE JAPANESE PUFFER FISH, FUGU RUBRIPES

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    69. HUNT P; FERRETTI P; KRUMLAUF R; THOROGOOD P
      RESTORATION OF NORMAL HOX CODE AND BRANCHIAL ARCH MORPHOGENESIS AFTEREXTENSIVE DELETION OF HINDBRAIN NEURAL CREST

      Developmental biology
    70. REID A; GOULD A; BRAND N; COOK M; STRUTT P; LI J; LICHT J; WAXMAN S; KRUMLAUF R; ZELENT A
      LEUKEMIA TRANSLOCATION GENE, PLZF, IS EXPRESSED WITH A SPECKLED NUCLEAR PATTERN IN EARLY HEMATOPOIETIC PROGENITORS

      Blood
    71. ZELENT A; REID A; GOULD A; BRAND N; COOK M; STRUTT P; LI J; LICHT J; WAXMAN S; KRUMLAUF R
      EXPRESSION OF THE APL TRANSLOCATION GENE PLZF, SUGGESTS A ROLE FOR ITS PRODUCT IN EARLY HEMATOPOIESIS

      Blood
    72. ZHANG MB; KIM HJ; MARSHALL H; GENDRONMAGUIRE M; LUCAS DA; BARON A; GUDAS LJ; GRIDLEY T; KRUMLAUF R; GRIPPO JF
      ECTOPIC HOXA-1 INDUCES RHOMBOMERE TRANSFORMATION IN MOUSE HINDBRAIN

      Development
    73. MCKAY IJ; MUCHAMORE L; KRUMLAUF R; MADEN M; LUMSDEN A; LEWIS J
      THE KREISLER MOUSE - A HINDBRAIN SEGMENTATION MUTANT THAT LACKS 2 RHOMBOMERES

      Development
    74. DICKINSON ME; KRUMLAUF R; MCMAHON AP
      EVIDENCE FOR A MITOGENIC EFFECT OF WNT-1 IN THE DEVELOPING MAMMALIAN CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Development
    75. KEYNES R; KRUMLAUF R
      HOX GENES AND REGIONALIZATION OF THE NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Annual review of neuroscience
    76. KRUMLAUF R
      HOX GENES IN VERTEBRATE DEVELOPMENT

      Cell
    77. STUDER M; POPPERL H; MARSHALL H; KUROIWA A; KRUMLAUF R
      ROLE OF A CONSERVED RETINOIC ACID RESPONSE ELEMENT IN RHOMBOMERE RESTRICTION OF HOXB-1

      Science
    78. MARSHALL H; STUDER M; POPPERL H; APARICIO S; KUROIWA A; BRENNER S; KRUMLAUF R
      A CONSERVED RETINOIC ACID RESPONSE ELEMENT REQUIRED FOR EARLY EXPRESSION OF THE HOMEOBOX GENE HOXB-1

      Nature
    79. ZELENT A; COOK M; GOULD A; REID A; LICHT JD; SHAKNOVICH R; LI JY; DAVIES J; STRUTT P; WAXMAN S; KRUMLAUF R
      DEVELOPMENTAL EXPRESSION OF THE MURINE HOMOLOG OF THE PROMYELOCYTIC LEUKEMIA ZINC-FINGER GENE

      Blood
    80. RAMIREZSOLIS R; ZHENG H; WHITING J; KRUMLAUF R; BRADLEY A
      HOXB-4 (HOX-2.6) MUTANT MICE SHOW HOMEOTIC TRANSFORMATION OF A CERVICAL VERTEBRA AND DEFECTS IN THE CLOSURE OF THE STERNAL RUDIMENTS

      Cell
    81. DOLLE P; LUFKIN T; KRUMLAUF R; MARK M; DUBOULE D; CHAMBON P
      LOCAL ALTERATIONS OF KROX-20 AND HOX GENE-EXPRESSION IN THE HINDBRAINSUGGEST LACK OF RHOMBOMERES-4 AND RHOMBOMERE-5 IN HOMOZYGOTE NULL HOXA-1 (HOX-1.6) MUTANT EMBRYOS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    82. KRUMLAUF R; MARSHALL H; STUDER M; NONCHEV S; SHAM MH; LUMSDEN A
      HOX HOMEOBOX GENES AND REGIONALIZATION OF THE NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Journal of neurobiology


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