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    1. Juan, H; Hamada, H
      Roles of nodal-lefty regulatory loops in embryonic patterning of vertebrates

      GENES TO CELLS
    2. Rudy, DE; Yatskievych, TA; Antin, PB; Gregorio, CC
      Assembly of thick, thin, and titin filaments in chick precardiac explants

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    3. Perea-Gomez, A; Lawson, KA; Rhinn, M; Zakin, L; Brulet, P; Mazan, S; Ang, SL
      Otx2 is required for visceral endoderm movement and for the restriction ofposterior signals in the epiblast of the mouse embryo

      DEVELOPMENT
    4. Barlow, LA
      Specification of pharyngeal endoderm is dependent on early signals from axial mesoderm

      DEVELOPMENT
    5. David, NB; Rosa, FM
      Cell autonomous commitment to an endodermal fate and behaviour by activation of Nodal signalling

      DEVELOPMENT
    6. Lowe, LA; Yamada, S; Kuehn, MR
      Genetic dissection of nodal function in patterning the mouse embryo

      DEVELOPMENT
    7. Walters, MJ; Wayman, GA; Christian, JL
      Bone morphogenetic protein function is required for terminal differentiation of the heart but not for early expression of cardiac marker genes

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    8. Schneider, VA; Mercola, M
      Wnt antagonism initiates cardiogenesis in Xenopus laevis

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    9. Marvin, MJ; Di Rocco, G; Gardiner, A; Bush, SM; Lassar, AB
      Inhibition of Wnt activity induces heart formation from posterior mesoderm

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    10. Boyl, PP; Signore, M; Annino, A; Barbera, JPM; Acampora, D; Simeone, A
      Otx genes in the development and evolution of the vertebrate brain

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROSCIENCE
    11. Bader, A; Gruss, A; Hollrigl, A; Al-Dubai, H; Capetanaki, Y; Weitzer, G
      Paracrine promotion of cardiomyogenesis in embryoid bodies by LIF modulated endoderm

      DIFFERENTIATION
    12. Acampora, D; Gulisano, M; Broccoli, V; Simeone, A
      Otx genes in brain morphogenesis

      PROGRESS IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    13. Tanaka, M; Schinke, M; Liao, HS; Yamasaki, N; Izumo, S
      Nkx2.5 and nkx2.6, homologs of Drosophila tinman, are required for development of the pharynx

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    14. Kinder, SJ; Tsang, TE; Ang, SL; Behringer, RR; Tam, PPL
      Defects of the body plan of mutant embryos lacking Lim1, Otx2 or Hnf3 betaactivity

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    15. Gardner, RL
      The initial phase of embryonic patterning in mammals

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF CYTOLOGY - A SURVEY OF CELL BIOLOGY, VOL 203
    16. Clements, D; Rex, M; Woodland, HR
      Initiation and early patterning of the endoderm

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF CYTOLOGY - A SURVEY OF CELL BIOLOGY, VOL 203
    17. Brennan, J; Lu, CC; Norris, DP; Rodriguez, TA; Beddington, RSP; Robertson, EJ
      Nodal signalling in the epiblast patterns the early mouse embryo

      NATURE
    18. Farrell, MJ; Burch, JL; Wallis, K; Rowley, L; Kumiski, D; Stadt, H; Godt, RE; Creazzo, TL; Kirby, ML
      FGF-8 in the ventral pharynx alters development of myocardial calcium transients after neural crest ablation

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATION
    19. Foley, AC; Stern, CD
      Evolution of vertebrate forebrain development: how many different mechanisms?

      JOURNAL OF ANATOMY
    20. Cleaver, O; Krieg, PA
      Notochord patterning of the endoderm

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    21. Stanley, EG; Biben, C; Allison, J; Hartley, L; Wicks, IP; Campbell, IK; McKinley, M; Barnett, L; Koentgen, F; Robb, L; Harvey, RP
      Targeted insertion of a lacZ reporter gene into the mouse Cer1 locus reveals complex and dynamic expression during embryogenesis

      GENESIS
    22. Belo, JA; Bachiller, D; Agius, E; Kemp, C; Borges, AC; Marques, S; Piccolo, S; De Robertis, EM
      Cerberus-like is a secreted BMP and nodal antagonist not essential for mouse development

      GENESIS
    23. Velez, C; Aranega, AE; Marchal, JA; Melguizo, C; Prados, JC; Carrillo, E; Aranega, A
      Development of chick cardiomyocytes: Modulation of intermediate filaments by basic fibroblast and platelet-derived growth factors

      CELLS TISSUES ORGANS
    24. Robb, L; Hartley, L; Begley, CG; Brodnicki, TC; Copeland, NG; Gilbert, DJ; Jenkins, NA; Elefanty, AG
      Cloning, expression analysis, and chromosomal localization of murine and human homologues of a Xenopus Mix gene

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    25. Wei, Y; Mikawa, T
      Fate diversity of primitive streak cells during heart field formation in ovo

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    26. Colas, JF; Lawson, A; Schoenwolf, GC
      Evidence that translation of smooth muscle alpha-actin mRNA is delayed in the chick promyocardium until fusion of the bilateral heart-forming regions

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    27. Cox, CM; Poole, TJ
      Angioblast differentiation is influenced by the local environment: FGF-2 induces angioblasts and patterns vessel formation in the quail embryo

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    28. Barron, M; Gao, M; Lough, J
      Requirement for BMP and FGF signaling during cardiogenic induction in non-precardiac mesoderm is specific, transient, and cooperative

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    29. Lough, J; Sugi, Y
      Endoderm and heart development

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    30. Gregorio, CC; Antin, PB
      To the heart of myofibril assembly

      TRENDS IN CELL BIOLOGY
    31. Camus, A; Davidson, BP; Billiards, S; Khoo, PL; Rivera-Perez, JA; Wakamiya, M; Behringer, RR; Tam, PPL
      The morphogenetic role of midline mesendoderm and ectoderm in the development of the forebrain and the midbrain of the mouse embryo

      DEVELOPMENT
    32. Wells, JM; Melton, DA
      Early mouse endoderm is patterned by soluble factors from adjacent germ layers

      DEVELOPMENT
    33. Foley, AC; Skromne, I; Stern, CD
      Reconciling different models of forebrain induction and patterning: a dualrole for the hypoblast

      DEVELOPMENT
    34. Tremblay, KD; Hoodless, PA; Bikoff, EK; Robertson, EJ
      Formation of the definitive endoderm in mouse is a Smad2-dependent process

      DEVELOPMENT
    35. Vesque, C; Ellis, S; Lee, A; Szabo, M; Thomas, P; Beddington, R; Placzek, M
      Development of chick axial mesoderm: specification of prechordal mesoderm by anterior endoderm-derived TGF beta family signalling

      DEVELOPMENT
    36. Schlange, T; Andree, B; Arnold, HH; Brand, T
      BMP2 is required for early heart development during a distinct time period

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    37. Acampora, D; Gulisano, M; Simeone, A
      Genetic and molecular roles of Otx homeodomain proteins in head development

      GENE
    38. de Souza, FSJ; Niehrs, C
      Anterior endoderm and head induction in early vertebrate embryos

      CELL AND TISSUE RESEARCH
    39. Roessler, E; Du, Y; Glinka, A; Dutra, A; Niehrs, C; Muenke, M
      The genomic structure, chromosome location, and analysis of the human DKK1head inducer gene as a candidate for holoprosencephaly

      CYTOGENETICS AND CELL GENETICS
    40. Boucher, DM; Schaffer, M; Deissler, K; Moore, CA; Gold, JD; Burdsal, CA; Meneses, JJ; Pedersen, RA; Blum, M
      goosecoid expression represses Brachyury in embryonic stem cells and affects craniofacial development in chimeric mice

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    41. Bachiller, D; Klingensmith, J; Kemp, C; Belo, JA; Anderson, RM; May, SR; McMahon, JA; McMahon, AP; Harland, RM; Rossant, J; De Robertis, EM
      The organizer factors Chordin and Noggin are required for mouse forebrain development

      NATURE
    42. Huelsken, J; Vogel, R; Brinkmann, V; Erdmann, B; Birchmeier, C; Birchmeier, W
      Requirement for beta-catenin in anterior-posterior axis formation in mice

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    43. Pabon-Pena, LM; Goodwin, RL; Cise, LJ; Bader, D
      Analysis of CMF1 reveals a bone morphogenetic protein-independent component of the cardiomyogenic pathway

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    44. Kimura, C; Yoshinaga, K; Tian, E; Suzuki, M; Aizawa, S; Matsuo, I
      Visceral endoderm mediates forebrain development by suppressing posteriorizing signals

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    45. Auda-Boucher, G; Bernard, B; Fontaine-Perus, J; Rouaud, T; Mericksay, M; Gardahaut, MF
      Staging of the commitment of murine cardiac cell progenitors

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    46. Shi, YQ; Katsev, S; Cai, C; Evans, S
      BMP signaling is required for heart formation in vertebrates

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    47. Mochizuki, T; Karavanov, AA; Curtiss, PE; Ault, KT; Sugimoto, N; Watabe, T; Shiokawa, K; Jamrich, M; Cho, KWY; Dawid, IB; Taira, M
      Xlim-1 and LIM domain binding protein 1 cooperate with various transcription factors in the regulation of the goosecoid promoter

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    48. Martinez-Barbera, JP; Rodriguez, TA; Beddlington, RSP
      The homeobox gene Hesx1 is required in the anterior neural ectoderm for normal forebrain formation

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    49. Liu, PT; Wakamiya, M; Shea, MJ; Albrecht, U; Behringer, RR; Bradley, A
      Requirement for Wnt3 in vertebrate axis formation

      NATURE GENETICS
    50. Eisenberg, CA; Eisenberg, LM
      WNT11 promotes cardiac tissue formation of early mesoderm

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    51. Ruiz-Lozano, P; Hixon, ML; Wagner, MW; Flores, AI; Ikawa, S; Baldwin, AS; Chien, KR; Gualberto, A
      p53 is a transcriptional activator of the muscle-specific phosphoglyceratemutase gene and contributes in vivo to the control of its cardiac expression

      CELL GROWTH & DIFFERENTIATION
    52. Schneider, VA; Mercola, M
      Spatially distinct head and heart inducers within the Xenopus organizer region

      CURRENT BIOLOGY
    53. Fekany, K; Yamanaka, Y; Leung, TC; Sirotkin, HI; Topczewski, J; Gates, MA; Hibi, M; Renucci, A; Stemple, D; Radbill, A; Schier, AF; Driever, W; Hirano, T; Talbot, WS; Solnica-Krezel, L
      The zebrafish bozozok locus encodes Dharma, a homeodomain protein essential for induction of gastrula organizer and dorsoanterior embryonic structures

      DEVELOPMENT
    54. Tam, PPL; Steiner, KA
      Anterior patterning by synergistic activity of the early gastrula organizer and the anterior germ layer tissues of the mouse embryo

      DEVELOPMENT
    55. Osada, SI; Wright, CVE
      Xenopus nodal-related signaling is essential for mesendodermal patterning during early embryogenesis

      DEVELOPMENT
    56. Ciruna, BG; Rossant, J
      Expression of the T-box gene Eomesodermin during early mouse development

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    57. Sun, X; Meyers, EN; Lewandoski, M; Martin, GR
      Targeted disruption of Fgf8 causes failure of cell migration in the gastrulating mouse embryo

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    58. Yamagishi, T; Nakajima, Y; Nakamura, H
      Expression of TGF beta 3 RNA during chick embryogenesis: a possible important role in cardiovascular development

      CELL AND TISSUE RESEARCH
    59. Monzen, K; Shiojima, I; Hiroi, Y; Kudoh, S; Oka, T; Takimoto, E; Hayashi, D; Hosoda, T; Habara-Ohkubo, A; Nakaoka, T; Fujita, T; Yazaki, Y; Komuro, I
      Bone morphogenetic proteins induce cardiomyocyte differentiation through the mitogen-activated protein kinase kinase kinase TAK1 and cardiac transcription factors Csx/Nkx-2.5 and GATA-4

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    60. Bielinska, M; Narita, N; Wilson, DB
      Distinct roles for visceral endoderm during embryonic mouse development

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    61. Niehrs, C
      Head in the WNT - the molecular nature of Spemann's head organizer

      TRENDS IN GENETICS
    62. Knoetgen, H; Teichmann, U; Kessel, M
      Head-organizing activities of endodermal tissues in vertebrates

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    63. Camus, A; Tam, PPL
      The organizer of the gastrulating mouse embryo

      CURRENT TOPICS IN DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY, VOL 45
    64. Zhu, XL; Sasse, J; Lough, J
      Evidence that FGF receptor signaling is necessary for endoderm-regulated development of precardiac mesoderm

      MECHANISMS OF AGEING AND DEVELOPMENT
    65. Piccolo, S; Agius, E; Leyns, L; Bhattacharyya, S; Grunz, H; Bouwmeester, T; De Robertis, EM
      The head inducer Cerberus is a multifunctional antagonist of Nodal, BMP and Wnt signals

      NATURE
    66. Zhu, L; Belo, JA; De Robertis, EM; Stern, CD
      Goosecoid regulates the neural inducing strength of the mouse node

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    67. Alexander, J; Rothenberg, M; Henry, GL; Stainier, DYR
      casanova plays an early and essential role in endoderm formation in zebrafish

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    68. Yamada, M; Szendro, PI; Prokscha, A; Schwartz, RJ; Eichele, G
      Evidence for a role of Smad6 in chick cardiac development

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    69. Pearce, JJH; Penny, G; Rossant, J
      A mouse cerberus/Dan-related gene family

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    70. Ehrman, LA; Yutzey, KE
      Lack of regulation in the heart forming region of avian embryos

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    71. SEARCY RD; YUTZEY KE
      ANALYSIS OF HOX GENE-EXPRESSION DURING EARLY AVIAN HEART DEVELOPMENT

      Developmental dynamics
    72. BARRON M; MCALLISTER D; SMITH SM; LOUGH J
      EXPRESSION OF RETINOL-BINDING PROTEIN AND TRANSTHYRETIN DURING EARLY EMBRYOGENESIS

      Developmental dynamics
    73. ZARET K
      EARLY LIVER DIFFERENTIATION - GENETIC POTENTIATION AND MULTILEVEL GROWTH-CONTROL

      Current opinion in genetics & development
    74. DUFORT D; SCHWARTZ L; HARPAL K; ROSSANT J
      THE TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR HNF3-BETA IS REQUIRED IN VISCERAL ENDODERM FOR NORMAL PRIMITIVE STREAK MORPHOGENESIS

      Development
    75. Bossard, P; Zaret, KS
      GATA transcription factors as potentiators of gut endoderm differentiation

      DEVELOPMENT
    76. NISS K; LEUTZ A
      EXPRESSION OF THE HOMEOBOX GENE GBX2 DURING CHICKEN DEVELOPMENT

      Mechanisms of development
    77. ANDREE B; DUPREZ D; VORBUSCH B; ARNOLD HH; BRAND T
      BMP-2 INDUCES ECTOPIC EXPRESSION OF CARDIAC LINEAGE MARKERS AND INTERFERES WITH SOMITE FORMATION IN CHICKEN EMBRYOS

      Mechanisms of development
    78. Simeone, A
      Otx1 and Otx2 in the development and evolution of the mammalian brain

      EMBO JOURNAL
    79. TANAKA M; KASAHARA H; BARTUNKOVA S; SCHINKE M; KOMURO I; INAGAKI H; LEE Y; LYONS GE; IZUMO S
      VERTEBRATE HOMOLOGS OF TINMAN AND BAGPIPE - ROLES OF THE HOMEOBOX GENES IN CARDIOVASCULAR DEVELOPMENT

      Developmental genetics
    80. JIANG YM; TARZAMI S; BURCH JBE; EVANS T
      COMMON ROLE FOR EACH OF THE CGATA-4 5/6 GENES IN THE REGULATION OF CARDIAC MORPHOGENESIS/

      Developmental genetics
    81. SUCOV HM
      MOLECULAR INSIGHTS INTO CARDIAC DEVELOPMENT

      Annual review of physiology
    82. MGLINETS VA
      GENETIC-CONTROL OF EARLY CARDIAC DEVELOPMENT IN VERTEBRATES

      Genetika
    83. Ladd, AN; Yatskievych, TA; Antin, PB
      Regulation of avian cardiac myogenesis by activin/TGF beta and bone morphogenetic proteins

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    84. ARAI A; YAMAMOTO K; TOYAMA J
      MURINE CARDIAC PROGENITOR CELLS REQUIRE VISCERAL EMBRYONIC ENDODERM AND PRIMITIVE STREAK FOR TERMINAL DIFFERENTIATION

      Developmental dynamics
    85. SRIVASTAVA D; OLSON EN
      KNOWING IN YOUR HEART WHATS RIGHT

      Trends in cell biology
    86. MOHUN T; SPARROW D
      EARLY STEPS IN VERTEBRATE CARDIOGENESIS

      Current opinion in genetics & development
    87. TAM PPL; PARAMESWARAN M; KINDER SJ; WEINBERGER RP
      THE ALLOCATION OF EPIBLAST CELLS TO THE EMBRYONIC HEART AND OTHER MESODERMAL LINEAGES - THE ROLE OF INGRESSION AND TISSUE MOVEMENT DURING GASTRULATION

      Development
    88. NARITA N; BIELINSKA M; WILSON DB
      CARDIOMYOCYTE DIFFERENTIATION BY GATA-4-DEFICIENT EMBRYONIC STEM-CELLS

      Development
    89. YATSKIEVYCH TA; LADD AN; ANTIN PB
      INDUCTION OF CARDIAC MYOGENESIS IN AVIAN PREGASTRULA EPIBLAST - THE ROLE OF THE HYPOBLAST AND ACTIVIN

      Development
    90. LEMAIRE L; KESSEL M
      GASTRULATION AND HOMEOBOX GENES IN CHICK-EMBRYOS

      Mechanisms of development
    91. BRAND T; ANDREE B; SCHNEIDER A; BUCHBERGER A; ARNOLD HH
      CHICKEN NKX2-8, A NOVEL HOMEOBOX GENE EXPRESSED DURING EARLY HEART AND FOREGUT DEVELOPMENT

      Mechanisms of development
    92. TANAKA M; IZUMO S
      OVERVIEW OF THE MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF CARDIAC DEVELOPMENT

      Heart and vessels
    93. KUO CT; MORRISEY EE; ANANDAPPA R; SIGRIST K; LU MM; PARMACEK MS; SOUDAIS C; LEIDEN JM
      GATA4 TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR IS REQUIRED FOR VENTRAL MORPHOGENESIS AND HEART TUBE FORMATION

      Genes & development
    94. LEMANSKI SF; KOVACS CP; LEMANSKI LF
      ANALYSIS OF THE 3-DIMENSIONAL DISTRIBUTIONS OF ALPHA-ACTININ, ANKYRIN, AND FILAMIN IN DEVELOPING HEARTS OF NORMAL AND CARDIAC MUTANT AXOLOTLS (AMBYSTOMA-MEXICANUM)

      Anatomy and embryology
    95. BIBEN C; PALMER S; ELLIOTT DA; HARVEY RP
      HOMEOBOX GENES AND HEART DEVELOPMENT

      Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology
    96. SCHULTHEISS TM; LASSAR AB
      INDUCTION OF CHICK CARDIAC MYOGENESIS BY BONE MORPHOGENETIC PROTEINS

      Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology
    97. EISENBERG CA; MARKWALD RR
      MIXED CULTURES OF AVIAN BLASTODERM CELLS AND THE QUAIL MESODERM CELL-LINE QCE-6 PROVIDE EVIDENCE FOR THE PLURIPOTENTIALITY OF EARLY MESODERM

      Developmental biology
    98. LINASK KK; KNUDSEN KA; GUI YH
      N-CADHERIN-CATENIN INTERACTION - NECESSARY COMPONENT OF CARDIAC CELL COMPARTMENTALIZATION DURING EARLY VERTEBRATE HEART DEVELOPMENT

      Developmental biology
    99. ZHU XL; SASSE J; MCALLISTER D; LOUGH J
      EVIDENCE THAT FIBROBLAST GROWTH-FACTOR-1 AND GROWTH-FACTOR-4 PARTICIPATE IN REGULATION OF CARDIOGENESIS

      Developmental dynamics
    100. MCCORMICK KM; DAHMS NM; LOUGH J
      INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR-II MANNOSE-6-PHOSPHATE RECEPTOR EXPRESSIONDURING EARLY HEART DEVELOPMENT

      Developmental dynamics


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