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    1. Capdevila, J; Belmonte, JCI
      Patterning mechanisms controlling vertebrate limb development

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF CELL AND DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    2. Tucker, RP; Chiquet-Ehrismann, R; Chevron, MP; Martin, D; Hall, RJ; Rubin, BP
      Teneurin-2 is expressed in tissues that regulate limb and somite pattern formation and is induced in vitro and in situ by FGF8

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    3. Yasue, A; Tao, H; Nohno, T; Moriyama, K; Noji, S; Ohuchi, H
      Cloning and expression of the chick p63 gene

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    4. Jerums, G; Allen, TJ; Campbell, DJ; Cooper, ME; Gilbert, RE; Hammond, JJ; Raffaele, J; Tsalamandris, C
      Long-term comparison between perindopril and nifedipine in normotensive patients with type 1 diabetes and microalbuminuria

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF KIDNEY DISEASES
    5. Martin, G
      Making a vertebrate limb: new players enter from the wings

      BIOESSAYS
    6. Tamura, K; Kuraishi, R; Saito, D; Masaki, H; Ide, H; Yonei-Tamura, S
      Evolutionary aspects of positioning and identification of vertebrate limbs

      JOURNAL OF ANATOMY
    7. Pearse, RV; Vogan, KJ; Tabin, CJ
      Ptc1 and Ptc2 transcripts provide distinct readouts of hedgehog signaling activity during chick embryogenesis

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    8. Haraguchi, R; Suzuki, K; Murakami, R; Sakai, M; Kamikawa, M; Kengaku, M; Sekine, K; Kawano, H; Kato, S; Ueno, N; Yamada, G
      Molecular analysis of external genitalia formation: the role of fibroblastgrowth factor (Fgf) genes during genital tubercle formation

      DEVELOPMENT
    9. Kimmel, RA; Turnbull, DH; Blanquet, V; Wurst, W; Loomis, C; Joyner, AL
      Two lineage boundaries coordinate vertebrate apical ectodermal ridge formation

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    10. Ferrari, D; Harrington, A; Dealy, CN; Kosher, RA
      Dlx-5 in limb initiation in the chick embryo

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    11. Lettice, L; Hecksher-Sorensen, J; Hill, RE
      The dominant hemimelia mutation uncouples epithelial-mesenchymal interactions and disrupts anterior mesenchyme formation in mouse hindlimbs

      DEVELOPMENT
    12. Lizarraga, G; Ferrari, D; Kalinowski, M; Ohuchi, H; Noji, S; Kosher, RA; Dealy, CN
      FGFR2 signaling in normal and limbless chick limb buds

      DEVELOPMENTAL GENETICS
    13. Mulheran, M; Ray, DE; Lister, T; Nolan, CC
      The effect of 1,3-dinitrobenzene on the functioning of the auditory pathway in the rat

      NEUROTOXICOLOGY
    14. Li, SG; Muneoka, K
      Cell migration and chick limb development: Chemotactic action of FGF-4 andthe AER

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    15. Yonei-Tamura, S; Endo, T; Yajima, H; Ohuchi, H; Ide, H; Tamura, K
      FGF7 and FGF10 directly induce the apical ectodermal ridge in chick embryos

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    16. BUSH K
      METALLO-BETA-LACTAMASES - A CLASS APART

      Clinical infectious diseases
    17. LOOMIS CA; KIMMEL RA; TONG CX; MICHAUD J; JOYNER AL
      ANALYSIS OF THE GENETIC PATHWAY LEADING TO FORMATION OF ECTOPIC APICAL ECTODERMAL RIDGES IN MOUSE ENGRAILED-1 MUTANT LIMBS

      Development
    18. HAYES C; BROWN JM; LYON MF; MORRISKAY GM
      SONIC HEDGEHOG IS NOT REQUIRED FOR POLARIZING ACTIVITY IN THE DOUBLEFOOT MUTANT MOUSE LIMB BUD

      Development
    19. HARA K; KIMURA J; IDE H
      EFFECTS OF FGFS ON THE MORPHOGENIC POTENCY AND AER-MAINTENANCE ACTIVITY OF CULTURED PROGRESS ZONE CELLS OF CHICK LIMB BUD

      The International journal of developmental biology
    20. HIDALGO A
      GROWTH AND PATTERNING FROM THE ENGRAILED INTERFACE

      The International journal of developmental biology

    21. THE EFFECT OF INTENSIVE DIABETES THERAPY ON MEASURES OF AUTONOMIC NERVOUS-SYSTEM FUNCTION IN THE DIABETES CONTROL AND COMPLICATIONS TRIAL (DCCT)

      Diabetologia
    22. OHKIHAMAZAKI H; KATSUMATA T; TSUKAMOTO Y; WADA N; KIMURA I
      CONTROL OF THE LIMB BUD OUTGROWTH IN QUAIL-CHICK CHIMERA

      Developmental dynamics
    23. ALTABEF M; CLARKE JDW; TICKLE C
      DORSOVENTRAL ECTODERMAL COMPARTMENTS AND ORIGIN OF APICAL ECTODERMAL RIDGE IN DEVELOPING CHICK LIMB

      Development
    24. STRATFORD TH; KOSTAKOPOULOU K; MADEN M
      HOXB-8 HAS A ROLE IN ESTABLISHING EARLY ANTERIOR-POSTERIOR POLARITY IN CHICK FORELIMB BUT NOT HINDLIMB

      Development
    25. LOGAN C; HORNBRUCH A; CAMPBELL I; LUMSDEN A
      THE ROLE OF ENGRAILED IN ESTABLISHING THE DORSOVENTRAL AXIS OF THE CHICK LIMB

      Development
    26. STORCH WB
      ANTIBODIES DIRECTED AGAINST THE ENDOPLASM IC-RETICULUM AND THEIR CLINICAL-SIGNIFICANCE

      Leber, Magen, Darm
    27. DEALY CN; KOSHER RA
      IGF-I, INSULIN AND FGFS INDUCE OUTGROWTH OF THE LIMB BUDS OF AMELIC MUTANT CHICK-EMBRYOS

      Development
    28. GRIESHAMMER U; MINOWADA G; PISENTI JM; ABBOTT UK; MARTIN GR
      THE CHICK LIMBLESS MUTATION CAUSES ABNORMALITIES IN LIMB BUD DORSAL-VENTRAL PATTERNING - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE MECHANISM OF APICAL RIDGE FORMATION

      Development
    29. FERRARI D; SUMOY L; GANNON J; SUN HL; BROWN AMC; UPHOLT WB; KOSHER RA
      THE EXPRESSION PATTERN OF THE DISTAL-LESS HOMEOBOX-CONTAINING GENE DLX-5 IN THE DEVELOPING CHICK LIMB BUD SUGGESTS ITS INVOLVEMENT IN APICAL ECTODERMAL RIDGE ACTIVITY, PATTERN-FORMATION, AND CARTILAGE DIFFERENTIATION

      Mechanisms of development
    30. MCCULLAGH JJ; WILSON DJ
      ANTERO-POSTERIOR SKELETAL PATTERNING IS NOT DEPENDENT ON CONTINUITY OF THE APICAL ECTODERMAL RIDGE IN THE CHICK WING BUD

      Anatomy and embryology
    31. KOYAMA E; NOJI S; NOHNO T; MYOKAI F; ONO K; NISHIJIMA K; KUROIWA A; IDE H; TANIGUCHI S; SAITO T
      COOPERATIVE ACTIVATION OF HOXD HOMEOBOX GENES BY FACTORS FROM THE POLARIZING REGION AND THE APICAL RIDGE IN CHICK LIMB MORPHOGENESIS

      Development, growth & differentiation


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